The Carnegie Pant in Army Herringbone
Our take on the classic wool work trouser, The Carnegie Pant sports a surprisingly tough, tightly woven wool blend that’s far from precious, while clean tailoring makes for a silhouette that’s easy to dress up when occasion calls. Finished with vintage-inspired shaped flaps on the back pockets and dark horn buttons, The Carnegie Pant is a versatile all-season trouser that will only get better with age.
This tightly woven wool blend boasts a ton of textural nuance that will only get more pronounced as the years wear on. While we built The Carnegie with holiday gatherings in mind, its durable construction and hard-wearing materials harken back to traditional cold-weather workwear, so don’t be afraid to beat them up a bit.
- Classic medium rise, tailored fit, straight through the thigh with a slight taper from knee to leg opening.
- 34" inseam.
- 11.5-oz. 71% wool, 29% nylon.
- 5-oz. 100% organic cotton pocketing.
- Two front slash pockets.
- Two back welt pockets with button-through flaps.
- Dark horn buttons.
- Zipper fly.
- Dry clean only.
- Made in China.
- Model is 6'1", wearing a Size 32.
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We try to get your items out to you as soon as we can. Most orders are shipped out within 1 business day and orders placed on the weekends will be sent out no later than Monday of the following week.
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We are partners in business and in life, and founded Hamilton & Adams because we love the thrill of an adventure. Having spent years traveling the world with extensive time in the Hudson Valley living and learning about the region’s rich history, we decided to embark on the ultimate adventure – build a business that shares the best of what the Upstate region has to offer with the world.