For those that don’t sit, sleep, and bathe in their Japanese denim every day, let me introduce you to Warehouse’s Lot. 1082 chino.
Modeled off the classic M-41 army pants worn by the U.S. military in the ‘40s, Warehouse’s Lot. 1082 chinos are cut from a dense selvedge cloth woven on an old-school power loom in Japan. The pants feature a classic high-rise with plenty of space in the top block, double felled seams, a vintage-inspired military button plate, slip-side pockets for easy access, a hidden watch pocket, and two pockets on the rear.
I’m not trying to tell you what to do, but sometimes it’s nice to let the denim breathe for a bit. Change it up, you know? So, if you’re in the market for a pair of denim stand-ins, these are a well-made, all-arounder pant at a surprisingly affordable price.
Available for $148 from Hinoya.