- Momotaro original Garment Hinoki-dyed Sashiko fabric
- 100% Cotton
- One Wash fabric
- Narrow Tapered (0105SP) Silhouette
- Momotaro metal zipper opening
- Momotaro original jacquard pocket bags
- Two white painted "Battle Stripes" on the back pocket representing Japan
- Momotaro original leather waistband patch
- Copper Male Rivets
- Copper Female Rivets with Momotaro Peach branding
Getting that full garment-dyed Hinoki treatment, Momotaro has come through for S/S 2023 with their proprietary midweight Sashiko fabric, in the form of five-pocket pants. Cut in their Narrow Tapered silhouette, the back right pocket is adorned with their eponymous "Going to Battle" painted white stripes.
Hinoki dyeing is a traditional Japanese method of dyeing fabrics using the leaves and branches of the hinoki cypress tree. The hinoki tree is a type of evergreen conifer that is native to Japan, and has been used in traditional Japanese architecture, furniture, and other crafts for centuries. The dye produced from the hinoki is a yellow-green color that is said to be similar to the color of hinoki wood. The process of hinoki dyeing involves boiling the leaves and branches of the hinoki tree in water to extract the dye, and then immersing the fabric in the dye bath. The resulting fabric has a unique, natural color and a soft, subtle texture.
*Model is pictured wearing a size 30. He weighs 59kg (130 pounds) and is 178cm (5’11”) tall.