Himel Bros. just made a pair of pants, which isn’t something we usually see from the Canadian brand best known for their leather garments, The Stockade Pant. Himel’s latest are inspired by the archetype of an AWOL American soldier put in the stocks somewhere along the Asia-Pacific theatre, and in actuality these pants are a recreation of an original pair of pants from the brand’s archive, so technically Himel’s imagining of a runaway soldier could be real.
Available in a stiff 10oz. khaki chambray (that Himel claims folds and forms like leather), as well as a 12oz. Japanese Kuroki denim version, there’s one for every Himel collector out there looking to improve their brand synergy. The Stockade Pant is made in Canada with single needle stitching, authentic Reece 101 keyhole buttonholes, unfelled outseam on the denim version to display the selvedge ID, high waist, wide leg fit, button fly, WWI style patch pockets on the front, stamped pockets on the back, and a patch emblazoned by a Himel bear.