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Bedford Cord Pants: Off White

Bedford Cord Pants: Off White

Wythe NYC
Regular price $268.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $268.00 USD
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Expertly woven in Japan and produced right here in America, these are fantastic reproductions of the bedford cord pants made for ranchers and cattlemen in the 1940s and 50s. Bedford cord was used as a workwear fabric because it was heard-wearing but lightweight. Similar to a denim, it stretched and molded to the wearer, making it an ideal fabric for these outdoorsmen as there were no stretch or performance fabrics offered back then.

Wythe made these in an ideal straight-leg five-pocket pattern; not too slim but not too wide. This fabric will stretch, so don't worry if they feel a bit tight when you first put it on.

They will shrink in a wash but stretch right back out. If you machine dry them you may lose a little length in the inseam, so we recommend air-drying them if possible.

  • Straight fit, similar to a Levi's 501
  • Mid rise
  • Custom embossed raw copper rivets and steer head shank
  • Made in the USA
  • Machine wash on cold, hang dry/dry low
  • Size up for a straight leg fit, buy your normal size for a slim fit

 


30

32

34

36

Waist

30.32

32.15

34

36.25

Front Rise

10.5

11

11.4

11.4

Hip

19.25

20.5

21

22.25

Inseam

31.5

31.5

31.5

31.5

 

Wythe NYC

Peter Middleton, owner of Wythe used to research fabric for Ralph Lauren, and now he researches fabric for Wythe NYC. A master of finding unique and rare vintage pieces all over the world. He resurrects pieces from golden days. Finding inspiration by digging through vintage archives. A bit of clothing design genius for you here, never sacrificing quality.  

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