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Tapered-leg trousers

Hemp & organic cotton cord

£119

Colour: Soft sage

  • Click to select Ecru coloured Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers.
  • Click to select Smoke brown coloured Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers.
  • Click to select Blue ink coloured Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers.
  • Click to select Chilli orange coloured Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers.
  • Click to select Soft sage coloured Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers.

Size:

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Length:

  • 70cm
  • 75cm
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Weekend-wear trousers in our soft fine-wale hemp and organic cotton cord. Slim fitting with a tapered leg, they have a double-button fastening at the waist for a neat fit. With patch-pockets at the back and discreet front pockets in the side seams.

  • 55% hemp 45% organic cotton, Trim 100% cotton
  • Machine wash
  • Soft fine-wale hemp and organic cotton cord
  • Slim fitting
  • Tapered leg shape
  • Double button tab waist fastening
  • Button and loop in waist channel
  • Corozo buttons
  • Metal zip fastening
  • Brought forward side-seams
  • Pockets in side-seams
  • Back patch-pockets with button fastening
  • Style code - UZ23

Fibre
Our organic cotton is grown in India, Turkey and Kyrgyzstan. The cotton is certified by Organic Cotton Standard which ensures that it has been grown solely on organic farms that take care of the soil, ecosystem and people by relying on biodiversity and local natural cycles.
Our hemp fibres come from China. Hemp has similar properties to linen; it is very strong and softens through washing. It is natural, breathable, absorbs moisture and dye easily, has anti-bacterial properties and is an effective insulator keeping you cool in summer and warm in winter. Hemp is a fast and efficiently growing fibre that requires almost no fertilisers and pesticides and very little water. Often called ‘super fibre’, hemp is great for the environment and extremely durable.

Fabric
Corduroy is made by weaving extra sets of fibre into the base fabric to form vertical piles. It makes soft and versatile fabric. Corduroy fabric has a long history: first created in ancient Egypt, then adapted by the British monarchy and re-discovered by 70’s bohemians, it remains one of the most loved natural autumn/winter fabrics. The hemp gives the fabric its nice drape and cotton- softness. The fabric is piece dyed which means dyed after weaving or knitting the fabric, this creates a solid colouring throughout the fabric. After woven into fabric, cut and sewn, the garments are washed to give the fabric a softer handle as well as a more casual appearance. The fabric will continue to soften each time you wash it.

Factory
The yarn, fabric and garments are all made by our supplier based in Rushan, to the north of Shanghai. The garment factory is powered by solar panels and focuses on producing environmentally-friendly clothing using hemp. We are proud to have worked with this supplier and their team for more than ten years.

Available in these colours

Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers in Ecru

Ecru

Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers in Smoke brown

Smoke brown

Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers in Blue ink

Blue ink

Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers in Chilli orange

Chilli orange

Hemp & cotton cord tapered-leg trousers in Soft sage

Soft sage

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