Kapital Combines Workwear Elements for Their Linen Blues Hickoree Lumber Pants
Not much seems right with the world these days, but Union’s debut Kapital assortment is so right that I almost forgot that Cold Sweat is my current sleep setting. And though the top-to-bottom buy might slap harder than any album dropped in 2019, we’re here to talk about pants. Specifically, the Linen Blues Hickoree Lumber Pants.
Made in Japan from a hardy, railroad-stripe linen fabric and cut with the perfect amount of room for summertime, this vintage-inspired design features four pockets up front—two at the waist, two at the thighs—two patch pockets at the back, utility pockets at the sides of the legs and quilted patches at the knees.
But this is, as mentioned earlier, Union’s first Kapital buy in the States and they went from 0 to I Applied For Three New Credit Cards* in like 1.8 seconds, so they all could sell out by tomorrow. Or, in other words, if you like them you should buy them five minutes ago.
(*Bury me in that Island Print joint.)
Available for $355 at Union.