Looking at meticulously crafted pants with all sorts of bells and whistles often leaves me yearning for something simple that isn’t a complete wallet destroyed. Yes, those pants certainly have their place in my intentions and my appreciation, but I’m also very wary of my tendency to make marinara sauce without an apron, which doesn’t exactly go hand in hand with buying $300+ non-denim pants.
Enter Save Khaki, who has sewn up 100% cotton drill dungaree pants that provide a relaxed, workwear-inspired fit and American-made quality without entering any obscure niches and intimidating price brackets.
Made in the U.S.A., every aspect of these dungarees is American, right down to growth and spinning of the cotton. They come in three accessible colorways of wheat, natural (stear clear of marinara sauce), and marine-blue, all of which feature wide-set slash pockets, and two roomy rear patch pockets.
Stacked over boots, rolled up over sneakers or sandals, these are truly versatile pants that are wide, but not anti-fit. The longer rise also give opportunity to play around with some shirt-tucking more a more refined outfit.
Available from Save Khaki for $160