Olive toned trousers, crafted from a patchwork of military clothes salvaged from linen bags and military tent canvases from the US army in Vietnam. Its various shades of green testify of the history of each piece of cloth it is made from, from the 60s to today. The cut is tightened at the bottom and runs large around the thighs (taper fatigue cut) with two back pockets.
Cut large around the thighs and tightened at the bottom (fatigue pant), these trousers from Overlord are crafted as a rework. These trousers are made from new cotton of high quality, in olive shade, with panels of vintage military pieces taken out from linen bags and military tent canvases from the US army in Vietnam. Sober and efficient, it features a neo-classic style.
These trousers by Overlord are brought to you as a vintage patchwork, assembled into a Taper Fatigue cut from different fabrics (HBT, ripstop, tent canvases) and different shades of black. To make the "primary material", inserts have been selected and cut out from workwear and military stocks originating from the US, displaying an original upcycling with a unique style. Each model is designed with great care and is unique in its shades.
Assembled as a patchwork of blue navy inserts, this chino is a combination of blend workwear fabrics carefully filed and sorted to be saved from waste. The original garments, selected for the quality of their cotton, originate from French, Italian or German factorys. They have been patched together with Italian piped pockets inserted at the back keeping in mind the chino military tradition.