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carhartt WIP

Vicious Pant

£ 78.95
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Black mid worn wash

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material: Cotton Maitland Denim 13.5 oz
ColorBlack mid worn wash
Brand SKU:  I027230.89WM
The model is 1,79 m tall and wears size 32/32 in the picture. The Carhartt Wip Vicious Pant is not just any random pant! Made out of 100% Cotton ‘Maitland’ Denim this classic provides maximum ...
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Item number: #157670002

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Black mid worn wash

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carhartt WIP Vicious Pant
material: Cotton Maitland Denim 13.5 oz
ColorBlack mid worn wash


The model is 1,79 m tall and wears size 32/32 in the picture.

The Carhartt Wip Vicious Pant is not just any random pant! Made out of 100% Cotton ‘Maitland’ Denim this classic provides maximum comfort. The low waist fit and straight legs make the Carhartt Wip Vicious Pant a cool allrounder.

- Item name: Carhartt Wip Vicious Pant
- Color: black mid worn wash
- Material: 100% cotton 'Maitland' denim
- Fit: Regular Fit
- Available in: blue mid worn wash, blue stone washed, black mid worn wash

Brand information: carhartt WIP

When Hamilton Carharrt founded the company of the same name in 1889, he wanted to produce working clothes for factories and railway companies. The overalls and jeans were tailored to the needs of the workers: very robust and equipped with many pockets. The company grew steadily and got popular all around the world. In the 90s skaters showed their interest in the simple designs and the high quality materials. Today carharrt is one of the most popular brands on the board. That was not the initial goal of the company’s founder, but he surely would have been happy to see that not only factory workers wear his clothes today.

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