The workwear pants are made of compact cotton drill/canvas that is garment-dyed, adding subtle variations of colors to its textured twill base, and giving it a rugged look. Because workwear should be as sturdy as it is comfortable, we built in a gusset system with no middle seam and a reinforced crotch - Phipps' patented package-protecting system. Reinforcement was also brought to the most stressed areas, with grosgrain binding sealing the opening of the pockets. The articulated construction gives its leg a curved impression. These hard-as-nails carpenter pants are finished with rivets and Hell's Angels-inspired details.
Rivets are hammered to the areas of the pants that endure the most strain making them more lasting. These little pieces play a crucial role in the development of jeans as we know them today. Although denim trousers had been used for the strength of their tight twill weave, it was the creation of rivets that led to them becoming a workman's best ally.