Fair to say we all love a good pair of fatigues, but sometimes that hefty width throughout and blunt simplicity can become a bit tiresome. What if someone was to take inspiration from some vintage fatigues, add some functionally appropriate flair to them, whilst still maintaining that timeless aesthetic and using high-quality materials throughout? Well, feast your eyes on the Work Cargo pant from Grease Point Workwear.
Made in the USA from an 11 Oz. Japanese Selvedge Pique in that muted Sage tone which is designed, patterned, cut, sewn, and finished in the brand’s workshop, these cargos feature a relaxed tapered fit typical of Grease Point with the addition of two side cargo pockets both with an integrated knife/tool pocket. Each pair is finished with heavy-duty copper-plated snaps which will of course patina gloriously. Other notable features include reinforced knees, triple-needle felled seams, and bar-tracked stress points, all of which give some workwear benefits to this military-inspired design.
Available now from Grease Point Workwear priced at $329