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pants Pierson camel

They just last! We designed the PIERSON men's cargo pants as for work and even for the heaviest load. They are sewn from solid cotton material and have ergonomically placed pockets.
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  • camel
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€69.90
€103.90
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Description pants Pierson camel

Are you looking for proper pockets that can withstand even extreme loads? Look no further. We sew men's PIERSON cargo pants from high-quality cotton in a dutch cloth, so they will reliably hold you even when working in the field, in the workshop or during an expedition to the real wilderness. Although they belong to the heavy duty category, they are still esufficiently breathable and will not restrict your movement in any way.
Ergonomics are improved by dividing seams in the knee area and in the seat part, we reinforced the crotch with lining and significant stitching. And then those pockets! At the front you will find two wedge pockets and below them two loaded bellows with feet, which are attached to hidden metal press studs. In addition, sewn so that they are naturally within reach. At the back there are two more outlet pockets with feet and also a hidden fastening with metal press studs.
What's next? Quality YKK zipper, triple seams wherever they are needed, shaped back and special wash for an even more pleasant feeling for your well-being - just the right cargo pants even for the toughest conditions.
 
Specifications:

  • 100% cotton
  • 330 g / m2
  • rock solid (duck cloth)
  • special washing
  • functional details
  • YKK zip
  • triple seams
  • heavy duty
  • extended lengths
  • classic BUSHMAN

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