Fly Front Trousers Linen
The buttoned fly-front opening was used on trousers roughly between 1700 and 1750. While these trousers were less popular than breeches and are subsequently more difficult to document, they were apparently worn by some laborers, sailors and people of lower financial means. Cut with long narrow legs, baggy seat, adjustable waist gusset, front pockets and pewter buttons. Linen color options can be viewed here on our fabric swatch page . Please give waist, thigh, and inseam measurements. There is a $10.00 extra fee for waist sizes of 48" or larger, and we also need a rise measurement. Please place this measurement in the comments box located at the bottom of "my cart" These sizes may appear as CX-140 on the packing slip.
**Please note that the thigh measurement you give is only used if it is over what our pattern has. We are not able to trim the thigh down any. Please give us a call or email if you'd like to check the measurement of the thigh on the size you ordering.
See our measurement guide for help with obtaining proper measurements.
This Item usually made to order.
Make up time on this garment is 4-6 weeks.
Made in USA
Item # PL-140