After delivering a fall/winter collection full of weird and wonderful garments, Kapital has gone bananas with their Denim Monkey Pants. No strangers to going against the grain, the Japanese lifestyle brand has created a Franken-Jean that’s certain to divide opinions.
The Monkey Pant is constructed from non-selvedge 14oz. raw denim, with contrasting orange stitching and exposed copper rivets throughout. From the front, these pants look like a tapered jean with a super-high rise, but flip them over and you’re presented with two asymmetrical rear pockets—both large enough to stash a bunch of bananas—and an elongated leather waist patch that features an illustrated tree house to symbolize Kapital’s monkey business. A skewed yoke and additional paper waist patch add to the madness, while dual hammer-loops bring the Monkey Pant back down to workwear world.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, The Monkey Pant is a prime example of how Kapital ‘s concoctions set them apart from any other brand out there.
Available from Kapital for ¥23,544 (212 USD).