Sateen Cargo Pants
Adeline and Augusta.
It’s 1916, and a cloud of dust trails behind the Van Buren sisters as they cross the United States on two 1000cc Indian Powerplus motorcycles (to prove that women could be dispatch riders, too).
No superhighways, no helmets.
For protection against wind and weather, they wear leather leggings, coats, and boots. It takes them 60 days to cover 5500 miles. Should have taken half that, but multiple arrests along the way slowed them down.
Their offense? Wearing men’s garb.
Times, they have changed—thanks, in some part, to the Van Buren sisters.
Sateen Cargo Pants (No. G1025). Made for just about anything, sturdier than they need to be. More pockets than you’ll use most days. The style was originally designed for British forces to hold field dressings, maps, and other battlefield essentials. We kept the form and function and dialed up the style. Cotton sateen blend. Antique brass zippers at fly, hand pockets, and leg openings. Engineered seams at front leg panels. Angled cargo pockets with hidden snaps to keep flaps flat. Besom and flap back pockets with hidden snaps. Military spec button at center front waistband. Garment dyed. 27 1/2 inseam. Imported.
|12||39 1/2||32 1/2||42 1/2|
|16||42 1/2||35 1/2||45 1/2|
|XL||18||44 1/2||37 1/2||47 1/2|
|20||46 1/2||39 1/2||49 1/2|
|XXL||22||48 1/2||41 1/2||51 1/2|