BUZZ RICKSON'S WILLIAM GIBSON COLLECTION TROUSES MEN'S JUNGLE CLOTH BLACK BR41957
BUZZ RICKSON'S WILLIAM GIBSON COLLECTION TROUSES MEN'S JUNGLE CLOTH BLACK
The novel "Pattern Recognition" published in 2003 by William Gibson, a leading science fiction writer. "WILLIAM GIBSON COLLECTION" originated from the fact that the main character in it wore "Black MA-1 made by BUZZ RICKSON'S". The base is the fatigue pants that were adopted and provided by the US Army in the 1960s. The original is olive-colored back satin, but this product uses cotton grosgrain in black color, commonly known as jungle cloth. This material, which is used in N-1 deck jackets, uses a fine count for the warp and a thick count for the weft, and is characterized by a noticeable striped pattern on the weft. It is thick and has a high density of fabric, and is windproof and waterproof. In addition, the back of the jungle cloth is lightly brushed, and it has excellent heat retention even by itself. Enjoy the suppleness that is different from back satin and chino cloth, and the beauty of moist black.
Model wearing size：L（Height180cm Weight72kg）
Material : Jungle cloth
Selvedge: White x pink
Button : Urea
・Collaboration between science fiction writer William Gibson and Buzz Rickson's
・The motif is the fatigue pants delivered to the US Army in 1960
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