Rye Row Trousers - 30
These trousers are made from deadstock ticking, circa 1920s-1940s. Ticking is a type of tightly woven cotton or linen fabric, historically used to make mattresses and pillows. The tight weave made the bedding durable and kept stuffing materials, like straw or down feathers, from poking through. Hand-mending throughout.
- Side buckle waist adjusters for ideal fit
- Two side slash pockets
- Two back patch pockets
- Dry clean only
All wear, mending, and idiosyncrasies are unique to the original textile.