Cargo pants have been around for a while, and the versatility of their utilitarian design is what makes them so appealing. The large pockets are not only a design statement, but also incredibly functional, providing ample space for essentials. The camo pattern also has a special type of conformance, similar to denim, that can work with almost any shoe as well as any top. In admiration for the Liv pants, we added a distinctive touch to these redux pants, taking inspiration from the Adair cargo pants as well as some details from the Dorian dress.
First, what sets digital camouflage apart? Unlike traditional camouflage which uses large patterns and organic shapes to conceal the wearer in the wild, digital camouflage uses small pixelated patterns originally designed to confuse modern digital detection devices. The result is a visually striking pattern that not only serves a practical purpose, but has been embraced by streetwear enthusiasts and high fashion designers, such as Pharrell William's debut collection at Louis Vuitton.
Camouflage has long transcended its original military roots. From urban streets to high fashion runways, camouflage adorns everything from shirts to shoes, and perhaps most iconic, pants. Made of ripstop cotton and cotton corduroy, tits design embodies the spirit of the modern adventurer – someone who is unafraid to stand out, values functionality and always stays one step ahead in the fashion game. Whether you're navigating the concrete jungle or out in the open, these pants not only have you covered, but have you covered in style.