Garment Dyed Satin Linen Wide Pants


High waisted, linen pants in a charcoal, greenish grey. Slight sheen. Button at waist and zipper closure. 2 side pockets. 2 darts from waist. Wide leg. Slightly dropped crotch. 2 slit back pockets. These wide two-tuck pants are based on the Oxford Bags of the 1920s. The silhouette falls straight down to the hem. They look like men's suits, but the deep crotch allows them to be worn as relaxed as jersey pants.

This is a satin material for product dyeing made from high-density woven linen in the *Koto district of Aichi County, Shiga Prefecture. It is an ATON original material characterized by its luster from the linen and weave structure, moderate firmness and drape, and beautiful swaying movement as if the material itself were wriggling. What is the Koto district? The Koto district developed as a hemp production area in the old days, when air conditioning was not as developed as it is today. Linen weaving especially dislikes dry conditions, so the air in the Koto district, with Lake Biwa nearby, contains plenty of moisture, making it a very suitable place for hemp weaving.

100% dyed linen

Made in Japan.

Measurements taken laid flat:

Sizes: 1 (36) / 2 (38)

Waist: 13" / 14"

Length: 40.5" / 41"