Teätora's Device Jacket & Wallet Pants both fold down and zip up into small little packages of weird, unnecessary Japan-made goodness.
Sassafras' Corduroy Fall Leaf Pants in Black and Navy are single-handedly destroying the tote bag industry while also raising the cargo pants bar.
Inspired by turn of the century railroad work pants meant to be highly visible, these Freewheelers Wabash pants are the full train.
Studio D'Artisan mixes fabrics and details form both WWII and the Vietnam War with this two-piece of patchwork olive drab goodness.
Named after the British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Allevol is taking us back to the late 50s with its elegant Brunel Chambray Chino.
Barena's Bativoga Trousers are constructed from an interesting material which makes us miss summer frolics that require $400 pants.