Fly Front Trousers in Colored Canvas PC-140
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. Available in preshrunk colored cotton canvas. Please give waist, thigh, and inseam measurements. The off white versions pa-140 and xa-140 are now included in this item.
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This Item usually made to order.
Make up time on this garment is 3 to 5 weeks.