AACUP - Men's Canvas Utility Pant - Khaki - Made in USA
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This Relaxed fit All American canvas utility pant is made of an 8oz 98% cotton/2% spandex canvas blend. It is a rivetless, zipper fly pant constructed with a gusset to provide YOU with more comfort and durability! It has a utility pocket on both the right leg AND the left leg to hold tools or a cell phone (no hammer loop). This pant is Made in the USA all the way from the materials to the labor. So shop with confidence and pride when purchasing this All American Utility Pant!
- 7 belt loops
- 98% cotton / 2% spandex
- Zipper Fly
- **Hemmed pants are non-returnable**
Nothing beats cotton for its comfort, breathability, and resilience, which is why our canvas pants are almost entirely
comprised of it. Our cotton is sourced from American farmers whose heritage and dedication to their land produces the
highest quality crops. Using homegrown cotton ensures your pants aren't only well-crafted, but also well-bred.
The stretch in our canvas pants is created by blending just 2% spandex with the cotton fibers. The elasticity you need to
bend, climb, and stride comes from this synthetic polymeric fiber, which was invented in 1958 by a chemist in
Waynesboro, Virginia. After years of experimentation, we think we've added just the right amount of spandex to
balance stretch and strength.
Made in USA
Some jean companies use 'vanity' sizing, they will tag their jean a 34" waist but the actual measurement will be 36" to 37". All American Clothing will be a little more 'true' to size. We tag the jean with a 34" tag and the actual measurement will be 34.5" to 35.5" (to allow for any shrinkage). Please measure a pair of jeans you currently like to wear and use that measurement to order our jeans.
Please allow for up to 3% shrinkage. As with all new denim jeans, please wash separately before wearing to avoid color bleeding. What is a gusset? click here