From hiking to yard work to running errands around town to enduring the urban commute, our pants certainly help us get through countless tasks. And yet, they seem to be the last thing we think about when assembling our day-to-day outfit. Considering all we put them through, why shouldn’t our pants be a little tougher? So many trousers out there seem like they’re designed to tear, literally, at the seams so that we’re forced to buy more — but not too quickly that we feel like we need to try out a different brand entirely. Leave it to Flint and Tinder to craft a pair of pants so tough that can make it through your day’s journey for years to come.
Luckily, the brand’s Flannel-Lined Guide Pant has a great deal of style to go along with its utility that we’d want to wear it around regardless of how durable it is. Inspired by heritage field trousers from the U.S. Army, the silhouette comes in Washed Black and Earth colorways and features either olive or brown plaid flannel trim, respectively, that can be seen rolled up at the bottom. The design touch brings some subtle flair to the pants that makes them stand out in your wardrobe — and on your body.
The flannel is an extension of the double-brushed cotton flannel lining on the inside, which gives these trousers a good deal of warmth for the months ahead without making you overheat in the process. Constructed from an 8-ounce cotton-based Bedford cord with 1% spandex in the blend for an added stretch, the workwear-inspired shell of the pants sports hand pockets on either side with a small coin pocket right below the left waistband. Other features include two buttoned rear pockets and belt loops.
Available now on Huckberry for just $138, the Flint and Tinder Flannel-Lined Guide Pants are the perfect pick-up before the weather starts to cool down.