Whether you’re a vintage military clothing aficionado (or simply in dire need of some rather roomy pockets) Runabout Goods has you covered with their Ranger Pant. Made from a durable black cotton herringbone fabric, these pants are based on a style worn by the U.S. marine corps during World War II.
Made in Runabout’s workshop in Eagle Rock, California, the Ranger Pants are cut with a full leg and high rise, achieving that accurate WWII silhouette. As per the U.S. military originals — unofficially coined ‘Monkey Pants’ — the Runabout Goods Ranger features three large cargo pockets, including an oversized bellow pocket on the seat. With enamel-coated button closures throughout, the Ranger Pant is finished with double-needle construction on all seams and contrasting, brown herringbone fabric at the waistband and pocket flaps, just to really drive the point home.
Available at Runabout Goods for $185.