Wharf Pant

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The Wharf Pant from Southern Marsh is a perfect cross section of quality and craftsmanship -- our designers have spent countless hours looking at every aspect of their composition. The pants were woven at our custom fabric mill and made of a tight weave medium weight twill chino fabric that will soften with each wash. Then after looking at hundreds of color samples we settled on four classics. As with our shorts we gave the pants an overall classic appearance with a flat front, and added our striped oxford waistband to the interior. The seams and belt loops are double stitched to hold together for years to come.  We think that you will be as excited with your purchase as we are to offer them.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Twill Chino
  • Classic Fit
  • Flat Front
  • YKK Zipper
  • Flat Cut Front Pocket
  • Flat Cut Rear Pocket
  • Striped Oxford Waistband
  • Southern Marsh Patch Above Back Pocket
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Vintage Red
$29.00

The Wharf Pant from Southern Marsh is a perfect cross section of quality and craftsmanship -- our designers have spent countless hours looking at every aspect of their composition. The pants were woven at our custom fabric mill and made of a tight weave medium weight twill chino fabric that will soften with each wash. Then after looking at hundreds of color samples we settled on four classics. As with our shorts we gave the pants an overall classic appearance with a flat front, and added our striped oxford waistband to the interior. The seams and belt loops are double stitched to hold together for years to come.  We think that you will be as excited with your purchase as we are to offer them.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Twill Chino
  • Classic Fit
  • Flat Front
  • YKK Zipper
  • Flat Cut Front Pocket
  • Flat Cut Rear Pocket
  • Striped Oxford Waistband
  • Southern Marsh Patch Above Back Pocket
Have Questions?Ask An Expert
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