This prototype is taken from the daily pants of the European immigrants in the old times. Most of these trousers lack "YOKE"; there is no triangle stitching cut under the back waist. The waist of the trousers has buttons that can be used to tie the suspender, and there is an adjustment belt in the middle of the back waist to adjust the waist and hip circumference. It's also called "Buckled back." From the 1920s, belt loops appeared on trousers' waist, waist buttons became dispensable, and buckle back was also at stake. By the mid-1930s, buckled back was also abandoned by workwear brands，such as Levis, and since then, it has gradually disappeared in the sight of the public.
If you want to create a retro atmosphere, we recommend you try this symbolized retro item. It has the smooth straight lines of old-style suit pants and has a good drape. Without any feeling of tightness and it's not too wide to be uncontrollable. In addition to wearing it together with knitwear or leatherwear, it's also very suitable for workwear or military uniforms.
In order to best determine fit, it may be helpful to compare our garment’s measurements to a similar garment you already own. Lay your garment on a flat surface and take all measurements from the outside of the garment.
Click here to check out our Garment Measuring Guide.
** If you are still confused, you can Contact Us to help you choose the size. **