Three-Wire Trenker Corduroy “Peter”
These THREE-WIRE TRENKER CORDUROY guild trousers have a wide bottom of 48 cm, 2 folding rule pockets, real leather liner tape, artificial leather piping for the pockets, and contain non-textile components of animal origin
- 85% Cotton
- 15% Polyester
- 600 g/sqm
- 20 Black
- Regular Sizes: 44
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The corduroy for eternity: In the 18th century, corduroy was the material for the beautiful and wealthy. French farmhands and English miners didn’t need the nice appearance – they needed something strong, something cruder. So they developed robust cord on their looms. With triply twined warp thread, i.e. the three-wire chain, which was as strong as a chain. And had up to 100 weft threads per centimetre, making it incredibly durable. Travelling journeymen only dare to make their trip in this material. Since what other fabric could survive three years and one day of pure adventure?
These guild trousers are produced in Germany.
There is hardly any clothing where the quality is as critical as it is for work clothing.
It is usually worn more than 40 hours per week. Sometimes, it even has a protective function. And no matter what, it helps with the work. Besides good production and convincing functionality, the basic materials and accessories are the critical factors for ensuring their robust nature and long life.
That is why we have opted for zip fasteners from YKK, thread from Amann and fabric from Kindermann in Ibbenbüren or Kettelhack in Rheine. Quality is critical.