This time we would like to introduce TROPICAL PIPED STEM TROUSERS | JAPAN MADE.
Simply put, a piped stem is a pair of slacks with a chimney-like silhouette that is the same thickness from top to bottom.
Speaking of bottoms in American traditional styling, these pants are the perfect choice. Characteristics include slightly slim untucked pants, double hem (4.5cm or 5.0cm), and a back strap (buckle) between the back pockets (piss pockets).
In addition, the waist pocket features a vertical pocket that is cut vertically along the side seam. Vertical pockets are also used in tuxedos, and the feature is that the pockets are attached along the side seams to make the waist look neat.
It seems that the Ivy Manual, an old men's magazine, stated that traditional slacks should have ``vertical pockets'' as a general rule.
In the 1960s, many ivy pants with diagonally cut pockets (slant pockets), the most common type of pants, were introduced, and at that time there was a debate as to whether these "vertical pockets" or "diagonal pockets" were the real ivy pants. It is even recorded that.
Regarding J.PRESS's piped stem, we have created slacks that are faithful to the traditional style. It has a deep rise and features a beautiful silhouette that hugs your legs from the waist to the hem.
Many people start styling from the bottom. Have this basic and elegant piece in your wardrobe. please.
HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM.
HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM. started as a project to re-propose the standard products that built the foundation of the J.PRESS brand.
We would like to redefine that clothing is a garment that fits the personality and lifestyle of the wearer, regardless of age, gender, or race.
HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM. Japan Made
At J.PRESS ORIGINALS' HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM, we inherit the traditions of J.PRESS in our home country of America using the techniques of Japanese craftsmen, and create products that transcend the original and take the archive to even greater heights.
J.PRESS & SON'S AOYAMA
Address：1F, Office Aoyama, 3-10-2Kita-Aoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan Google Map
Monday closed (open if Monday is a holiday)