Fashion Posted on December 4, 2012 – 08:35 in Fashion | Stephan

1937 Roamer Pant

I am no denim-head or expert on the field, but I definitely appreciate a nice pair of jeans. Unfortunately with the ongoing trend of size-zero bull it’s pretty tough to find a decent looking pair that fits. The 1937 Roamer Pant by Pike Brothers has a straight-leg and loose cut. Made from 11oz. selvadge denim, manufactured in Turkey and with some nice details and 1930s style characteristics (like suspender buttons) this pair of jeans comes at a really affordable price, but delivers top-noth quality (believe me, it’s built like a tank). Available at the Pike Brothers webstore.

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