Original Donegal tweed. Incomparably soft thanks to 46% cotton.
Typical robust, burled character. Woven by Abraham Moon & Sons in England.
Conventional tweed trousers are usually made of pure warm wool – and are scratchy and reserved for the winter months. Thanks to the high cotton content, these are incredibly soft and can be worn throughout the year.
Woven by one of the last full-scale weavers in Great Britain.
The weaving company from Leeds has existed since 1837. From yarn to the finished fabric, everything bears the “made in England” label.
Perfectly tailored by German trouser specialist Hoal from Upper Franconia.
The striking mix of light and dark of the warp and weft threads looks great with many clothes, such as a navy blazer, a beige cardigan or an olive coloured waxed jacket. Slim cut with two French slit pockets and two banded back pockets with button fastening. Rubberized shirt stopper waistband on the inside.
Flat-front style. Inseam in size 34"R: 83cm (32.7"). Leg width at hem: 40cm (15.7"). Colour: Brown mottled. 54% virgin wool, 46% cotton. Lining made of 65% polyester, 35% cotton. Dry clean only. Exclusive to Fashion Classics.