Fall Front Knee Breeches in Linen
Men's Fall Front Breeches' narrow fall front style was common from the 1750s to the 1790s. They were even worn into the early 1800s, especially by the elderly and less fashionable, and the well-to-do also continued to wear them to formal events. Preshrunk linen. They are made with front pockets, a back gusset, pewter buttons, a full-cut seat, and buttoned kneeband.
Please note the following product change: In our continued efforts to be as historically accurate as possible, we have made a few adjustments to the design of these breeches, including the elimination of the center button on the main flap. These changes are reflected in the photo on this webpage.
Please submit your waist, inseam, calf, and thigh** measurements when ordering. If waist size is over 48", please put a rise measurement in the comment line. There is a $10.00 extra fee for waist sizes of 48" or larger. These sizes may appear as CX-128 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 if you'd like to check the measurement of the thigh on the size you ordering.
This Item is usually made to order.
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Please allow 4-10 weeks for garment to be made.
Made in USA
Item # LP-128
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