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You’re looking at the most underrated pair of khakis on the market.
Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed something interesting relating to http://uristocrat.com/tag/sasha-go-hard/. After randomly talking to three people who work for three different clothing companies (who are not J.Crew) I began to notice a pattern. Curious, I had asked each of these people a simple question: “Who makes your pants?” One by one they all told me (in a hushed voice, seriously) that they are from J.Crew. It was almost as if these pants were some sort of speakeasy and they didn’t want the rumor to get out. I understand that they didn’t want to be seen as a defector, but this was an amusing situation considering we are talking about a pair of cotton pants.
All of the intrigue around these khakis led me to the J.Crew Liquor Store to take a look for myself. I ended up leaving with my own pair and have gone to wear them roughly 25 times in the span 30 days. I had to ask myself had I joined a secret club of amazing pants?
Selvedge is a nod to the early 19th century, when fabric was woven on narrow looms and the edges were sewn together to create a “self edge” that helped prevent fraying (a colored thread was often incorporated to help the mill tell fabrics apart). We continue this great tradition with a small-batch, rigid cotton twill that’s woven in Japan. The dense, unwashed fabric will slowly fade, break-in and “whisker,” just like a pair of jeans. (The more you wear them, the better they get. Good thing they’re built to last.)
- Wallace & Barnes slim fit.
- Sits below waist.
- Straight through hip, slim through thigh and leg.
- 15 3/4″ leg opening (based off size 32/32).
- Button fly.
- Off-seam pockets, back button-flap pockets.
- Machine wash.
- Select stores.