trouser sits high on the waist, has single pleats, button fly and turn ups. Cut from an original vintage 1930s pattern these trousers have plenty of bag to them. We are offering the Byron in three different colourways in Corduroy, and one Donegal Tweed with a herringbone pattern. The Byron sits higher on the waist than The Keaton trouser. The Corduroy is high quality fabric from Brisbane Moss and the Tweed is made by Magee of Donegal.
is made from thick Drill linen from Baird McNutt in Ireland and heavy weight cotton drill from the uk. The cut of the trouser is as you would expect from a 1930s trouser. They sit high on the waist, have buttons for braces, are very wide in the leg, turn ups with the clay coloured ones having side adjusters. We have made these trousers in two colourways: clay and Caramel.
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The factory in Yorkshire producing the trousers has been manufacturing outerwear for decades. It is one of the last remaining factories of its kind in the town. The trousers have been cut from vintage patterns and as such have pleats and turn-ups as standard, they are very generous in the leg giving the wearer a distinct 1930s/40s look.
The Keaton trouser is offered in corduroy and moleskin. All incorporate 1930s features such as dropped belt loops, turn-ups and as you would expect they are wide in the leg. They sit high on the waist but not as high as the The Ralph or The Byron trouser