Light-weight indigo denim, softened with rinse washing for extra comfort is ideal for warmer climates.
The coloured warp and white weft of our plain weave denim, along with its one-times-one structure, gives the fabric a softer feel. It is strong and durable, whilst at the same time soft and breathable. The ability to keep its wearer cool and its effectiveness in wicking moisture away from the skin makes it super popular for use in workwear.
Plain weave denim (also known as chambray) was first adopted by the US Military in 1901, when the Navy workwear uniform issued would include a chambray shirt and denim trousers. The chambray shirts came in both long and short sleeve variations, would be light blue in colour and were sometimes worn with the addition of a white t-shirt. The denim trousers that completed the outfit were a darker shade of blue than the shirt.
The Aberlour is a relaxed, straight leg carpenter pant style with an elasticated waistband as well as belt loops for extra comfort. This popular style is derived from a classic French workwear pant and has one rear patch pocket along with one hammer pocket on the outer leg. Cut from a premium lightweight denim.
Inspired by a vintage Swedish Military Snow Parka, the Haystoun Hooded Parka is constructed from a lightweight indigo denim. Military detailing includes exposed button closures, draw cord hood, and external welt pockets.