Wabash print fabrics, popularized by the J.L. Stifel and Sons company in the early 20th century, are workwear stalwarts despite only about 30 years of production.
Based on the 1920s work pants, there is a V-slit at the back, and no belt loops. The trousers have six buttons to allow for attaching suspenders. Suitable for retro shirts, and henley shirts, easy to create a retro look.
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After owning one of Bronson's Wabash shirts for the last several years, I've been really impressed by the quality of workmanship, so I splurged for all three of these railroad pieces, and I am thrilled. Just fantastic quality all around and a tremendous value. Highly recommended.