Waist: 56 inches. Hips:56 inches; Pants length:48 inches; Inseam:27 inches.
Who and how?
These Thai Fisherman Pants Shorts are made by Mrs Lily and her staff by a small tailoring business in Bangkok’s infamous garment and clothes area around Pratunam market.
Her business is already in second generation guaranteeing lots of experience in manufacturing these type of pants.
The pants are made of standard striped patterned cotton mix. The advantages of these types of fabric are:
- lightweight – perfect for travel, sauna, spa massage, meditation, yoga, martial arts
- easy to wear
- perfect casual pants
- fast drying material
What makes these pants great?
Thai Fisherman pants have a centuries long tradition in Thailand.
The cotton fabric is lightweight but critical seams are double stitched for extra long durability.
You will love the traditional “J Seam” referring to way the pants are cut around the butt. The “J-Seam” is considered to be more difficult (and therefore more expensive ) to manufacture but, in
contrast to the “straight seam”, way more comfortable to wear.
If you are interested in an in depth article about fisherman pants we warmly recommend to read Thai Fisherman Pants: An Owner’s Manual🔗
The cotton mix fabric gives it an interesting look and more depth. The 3/5 length will give smaller persons the perfect above the ankle fit. In reality most Thai people I know wear the pants in these length because in tropical climate zones that just makes more sense.
Where do they fit?
Loose fit is perfect for all you leisure activities, scating, free running, parties, festivals – just to name a few.
The pants guarantee the most relaxed days at the beach and recommended for homely lazy weekend chill out.
You can find a small tutorial on how to tie a Thai wrap pants here.
Did you know
that the pants got their name because they were originally designed for thai fishermen and workers because due to their wide legs and movement freedom the pants are excellent
for the work on the small longtail boats that are still popular in Thailand. In Thailand they are mostly worn – Capri style – above the ankle
Wash separately, machine wash delicate cycle or hand wash and hang dry.
Slight color variations are possible due to different screen settings.