Japanese denim, heritage, and workwear obsessed, orSlow is one of those brands that have just ‘got it’. Born in Hyogo in 2005, the brand draws on a wealth of knowledge of vintage American garments which results in a consistently simple and always reliable offering.
This time around orSlow offers their take on another classic workwear staple, the painter pant. This isn’t the first time the brand has offered this style, but it’s now available in a hickory stripe and brown duck canvas. Sure, we’ve seen this before and you could quite easily cop a Stan Ray or Carhartt version, but with the attention to detail, high-quality fabric and finishing we’ve come to expect from orSlow, why not push the (workwear) boat out?
Both versions align to the same silhouette which offers a mid-rise, zip fly, hammer loop and utility pockets. With a straight leg, front slash pockets and back patch pockets, you’re never going to run out of space for your tape measure and screwdriver. Or your Metro Card and Field Notes.
Available for $225 at Need Supply.