A rugged trouser, with a heritage feel — inspired by classic American workwear.  

Colour: Ammonite


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  • Our slimmest build, with a smaller seat and trimmer thigh.

  • A more athletic build, sitting between a slim and a straight.

  • The fit for anyone who struggles to find room for their thighs.

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To build our Hardys we sourced a dense, structured 10 oz cotton with a canvassy, heritage feel. 

We triple-stitched at the seams for strength, and finished with a shank button fly.

The Hardy is rugged — built to wear in, not out, and perfect for the great outdoors.

But you needn’t be chopping your own firewood to make these fly. The classic workwear aesthetic looks just as good at a desk as a workbench perfect for a relaxed day at the office. Especially if it’s in Shoreditch. 

Our stuntman Oss is 61”, seen here in a 32” waist, Build A, finished to a 32” leg.

Our Hardys are made with 100% Cotton.

Please wash at 30 degrees, mid iron, no tumble dry or bleach. Wash inside out.

Please let us know if your preferred size is not available.

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