Carhartt Damaged Bronco Pant Navy

By: Haven Shop  09-12-2011

Uniform Experiment

+ Carhartt Damaged Bronco Pant Navy


This season Uniform Experiment collaborated on a capsule collection with Carhartt Work in Progress for a remarkable set of workwear inspired pieces. The Bronco pant is made in Japan of a heavy weight cotton duck canvas that we often see from Carhartt. A damaged and repaired finish has been applied with added paint splatter detailing. Additional added detailing include Fragment Design and U.E. double branding, gold D-ring on front belt loop, and UE star print graphics.

  • 11A/W "Untitled" collection
  • Uniform Experiment + Carhartt
  • 100% cotton duck canvas
  • D-ring on belt loop
  • 5 pocket
  • Fragment design, UE, and Carhartt triple branding
  • Damaged and repaired finish
  • Paint splatter detailing
  • Made in JapanModel is 5'9" (175cm) tall and weights 155lbs (70kg) and is wearing size 32
 SIZES: (cm)
30
32
34
36
 1/2 Waist 40
43 46
48
 Inseam 81
82
84
86
 Rise 24
25
25
27
 Leg Opening
20
20
21 22

$745.00 CDN

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The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011


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