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Based on Vietnam War era US Army fatigue pants later worn as cut offs for surfing by returning GI’s, featuring front patch pockets, above the knee styling and zip fly. Named after the iconic surf break Trestles at San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County. Made from soft Portuguese cotton twill with horn buttons and metal zipper.
Made in Portugal
TSPTR Dry Goods, so named in reference to mid century dry goods stores that specialized in products such as textiles, ready-to-wear clothing, and sundries. A time when clothing was well made and functional, using quality cloth and trims, when form followed function. Constructed using Portuguese cotton twill. For over a century the world’s finest cottons have been made in the hill towns of Portugal. When compared to other cottons, Portuguese twill is consistently softer, stands up far better to repeated washings without pilling or growing thin.
Each garment design finds its DNA in an original period piece of clothing that became synonymous with West Coast counter culture. We have adapted these iconic designs for a contemporary wardrobe while retain their original styling, details and vibe.
*PRE WASHED FOR SHRINKAGE
Waist 30 inch
Waist 32 inch
Waist 34 inch
Waist 36 inch