Breeches not only refer to the trousers used in horseback riding they also are the necessary trousers for motorcycle riders in the 1920S-1950S. When people got off their horses and stepped on locomotives, they hadn’t changed their habits of wearing breeches, but with the end of World War II and the Korean War, jeans became the darling of the trend, riding Motorcycles with jeans became a popular rule. By the 1960s, the position of breeches as daily riding equipment had been replaced.
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Love it ... but the sizing is off ... trousers run small ..take in consideration when ordeing
Good quality, fast shopping !!
Pretty nice overall but I should have ordered a size down. The advice I got from customer service about whether they were high or low rise was not correct.
Awesome pattern! Surprisingly fits anything I am wearing. Make sure you size one up. I’m usually 32-33w and 34w fits a charm. Buttons get loose after a few days.
These 1920s aviator breeches are GREAT! They fit true to size and the quality is top notch! It’s great to find a clothing company that does interesting vintage reproductions that won’t break the bank! I will definitely be purchasing more items !!
Really dig the buttons on these - great quality and fit.