Dickies classic work pants made into shorts. A BEAMS bespoke product with a military-style.

FASHION
2 months ago
by GO OUT

2 types of collaboration shorts for the new spring-summer collection from the select shop “BEAMS” is now available. One is from “Dickies”, which is a world famous work brand, and the other is “sage de cret”, which produces authentic military styles.

Classic work pants re-imagined with a military flavor.

Loose Polyester Cargo Shorts ¥10450

Based on the silhouette of Dickies’ classic item the “Double Knee Work Pants”, shorts that have military-like details are now available. This is a bespoke specification, exclusive to Beams using 100% polyester natural stretch material make it an ideal item for active situations.

It also features BEAMS original playful details such as the print on the back of the waist and the removable Dickies name tag. Shorts that have both military and street are perfect for a wide range of use from daily to outdoor activities.

 

A bold reimagining of classic military pants changed into shorts.

Austrian 2way Military Shorts ¥15180

Collaboration shorts with ” sage de cret “, which is a standard bespoke item for spring and summer. This work is based on the Austrian Fatigue Cargo Pants. The patch pocket and side cargo pocket, which are also design accents on the front, have excellent storage capacity. Therefore these shorts are perfect for minimalists who wish to travel without the need for a bag.

The gusset of the pocket has a slit for draining water, making them useful also as swim shorts. The fabric used is Supplex (R) nylon spun ripstop, so it’s lightweight and tough. It has excellent breathability and quick-drying properties, so they can be worn easily and comfortably even in the sticky hot summer.

These two types of shorts, which is a collaboration between BEAMS and two popular brands, are on sale at the BEAMS online shop. The interesting range of design and functionality should not be missed out on!


www.beams.co.jp/item/beams/shoes/11321062100/

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