Dark Blue Gurkha Linen Trousers$ 435
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- Product Notes
Named after and worn by elite Nepalese fighters in the kingdom of Gorkha, these trousers were built - like their namesake - to be tough, versatile, and perfect for warmer climes. The trousers marry militaristic, utilitarian heritage with some smart, contemporary tailoring. Signature details - short, sharp double pleats at the front, a high waistline, and the Ghurka's distinctive buckling system - are sublimely rendered in lightweight linen. For those who know their history, these trousers will be an unmistakable nod to a glorious military past, for everyone else they will be a snazzy alternative to regular linen trousers.
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- Size Notes
This product comes in UK sizes.
ANDERSON & SHEPPARD
- Materials and Care Notes 100% Linen
- Delivery & returns
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For heritage house Anderson & Sheppard, comfort and freedom of movement have always been of the utmost importance – values that have informed its aesthetic as well as how the brand operates. Founded in 1906 by Peter Gustaf Anderson and Sidney Horatio Sheppard, the house was instrumental in popularising British drape, rebelling against the straighter Victorian style prevalent at the time. That soft, fluid look – distinguished by a high armhole, natural shoulder line and a full chest – is characteristic of Anderson & Sheppard, as is attention to detail and creating suits, shirts and accessories of the highest quality. Now residing at 32 Old Burlington Street, these Savile Row tailors still have a firm focus on bespoke, yet also have a select offering of ready-to-wear each season.
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