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Western Pant Khaki

Sale price$ 260

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  • Herringbone fabric from Japan
  • Clean finish interior with binding
  • Indigo ticking pocket bags from Japan
  • Flat felled seams
  • Back dart detail
  • Reproduction metal cinch from Japan
  • Custom real horn buttons from Italy
  • 100% cotton
  • Graded inseam
  • Sewn in USA

Model is 6'0 / 175 and wearing a size 32


About the Western Pant Khaki

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Perfect high rise trousers

I decided to take a gamble on wider/straight leg style trousers and I'm afraid I cannot go back to slimmer fits now. The high rise and roomier fit is so much more comfortable and classy looking and the straight leg just gives off a fantastic silhouette. As others have said, the tough fabric, construction, and details elevate the design that much more. They are stiff at first and for a moment when I first put them on I thought I made a mistake ordering them, but as I wore them they quickly became more contoured to my body and felt better and better until I now want to always wear them.

I normally wear 36 or 35 pants and I went with a 35 in these and they are a perfect fit. Trust the specs on the size charts. I love these so much, I went back and purchased the navy ones too and if they ever came out with a rust or mid-brown color, I wouldn't hesitate to order them as well.

Dalveer Mann
Great pants!

I was amazed by how tough the fabric and the construction on these is. The texture of the herringbone twill fabric elevates this above any other khaki pant in your closet. And every other detail here too makes this a distinctive design.

I phoned Freenote to get the proper size for this and they were very helpful in that process. The shipping to Canada was also quick and painless.

Bryan Bagwell
Western khaki

I was blown away by the construction and fit of Freenote’s Western khaki pants. They fit looser in the top block than Freenote jeans (thanks for that!) and have surplanted the Vagabonds as my favorite Freenotes ever.