The 1942 Hunting Pant grey Wabash is made of high quality Wabash selvage denim and feels most comfortable where it was once designed for - for life outside!Wabash denim is readily associated with the railroaders of the 20s and 30s, as the typical striped fabric was used here many times. The term came out of the Wabash Railroad, which was literally named after an Indiana River. They were one of the first big railroads on the eastern side of the United States. The striped indigo fabric eventually became used colloquially to describe early striped denims that would have been used on the Wabash line.
The regular fit along with the waist tab and heavy-duty latches in high wear areas make the 1942 Hunting Pant an item for everyday work.
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