Corduroy trouser


The trousers are made from a beautiful and heavyweight English cotton corduroy. Built to support you for years. Each trousers are made to order in Portugal, handmade as well as hand-numbered. 

  • Only 50 trousers in limited edition
Fit and details

Fit is straight and confortable.  We recommend you take your usual size. Model is 1m85 and weights 75kg and wears size 30. 

If you prefer to wear your trousers tighter, and for women, we advise you to consider one size below.

A question? Send us a message!

Fabric and Care

English 100% heavy (470GR) cotton corduroy.

  • Wash less and cold - at 30°
  • Use an environmentally friendly laundry detergent
  • Hang to dry
  • Donate or recycle
Shipping and Returns

We ship all over the world from Paris. Once your t-shirt is dispatched, you'll receive an email confirming the tracking details.If for any reason you wanted to return your order, we accept returns within 28 days of delivery as long as the item is in perfect condition.

  • Free pick-up in our showroom located 81 rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
  • For France Relay Point delivery costs 5€
  • For France door to door shipping costs are 7€ 
  • Free delivery in mainland France from 75€ purchase
  • For Europe (inc. the UK) shipping costs start from 7€
  • Shipping costs outside Europe are 29€

 For more information, view our dedicated page

Every piece is unique

It was believed that the term corduroy came from a 17th century English corruption of the French “corde du roi” or “cloth of the king,” though that theory has been debunked. Now it is believed that the term is a compound of the word “cord,” referring to its tufted, row-like pattern (or wales), and “duroy” which was a course woolen fabric used in England.

What we now recognize as corduroy emerged in the late 18th century in Manchester, England as factory wear during the Industrial Revolution. It would remain a working class fabric for the next hundred years, only to be discovered in the 1960s by college students and beatniks alike who wore it as an alternative to their chinos and denim jeans.

By the late 1970s to 1980s, the popularity of corduroy pants and even shorts grew among preps and surfers—only to be re-appropriated by flannel-clad rockers during the grunge era of the 1990s.

Sharing is caring

Our objective is to conceive the best sustainable garment and our labels exemplify it well. What does it contain?

1. A numbering as each garment is hand-numbered. All our garments are produced in small batches and in limited edition as a way to cut overproduction.

2. The name of the person who finished our garment was a way of saying thank you. Our nearby atelier has proven record of ethic and craftsmanship and aim for long-lasting partnerships.

3. The date of completion as a sort of date of birth that goes along two empty spaces: the first and second owners initials together with the respective dates of ownership. Signs showing that our products are designed to stay with you for years before changing hands.

Where to find us ?

If you want to try anything or if you just want to talk, please feel free to visit our Parisian showroom located near le Marais by contacting us by phone + 33 6 74 57 56 62

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