Freewheelers Gets Naut-y with These US Navy-Inspired Denim Trousers
One of Japan’s finest purveyors of heritage-inspired menswear, Freewheelers is back with some nautical-influenced indigo goodness. Ready to sail the seven seas or soak up some summer sunshine, the M-1942 Denim Trousers have a natural waxy sheen which will age beautifully over time.
Combining the brands ’42 chino silhouette with a special 9.5oz USN denim, they come in a straight tapered fit with a high rise. The fabric is made from a 60/40 cotton/linen blend which has an indigo-dyed warp and light grey sulphur-dyed weft. So dress up your denim game and get fades in all directions. They feature chain stitch construction, reinforced stitched pockets, black coated iron buttons and they’re made in Japan. Let’s face it, global warming ain’t going anywhere, so soon you’ll be able to wear these year-round.
Available for $429AUD (~$290USD) at Corlection.