Boatyard Pant in Tobacco
The Boatyard Pant
Here’s yet another idea birthed at the Marblehead Boatyard, 89 Front Street, circa 1995. Strongly influenced by the original Marblehead Boatyard Boys: Dinzi, Moose, Lars, Tobi and a few others we can’t mention. The Boatyard Pant. And while these pants hold ten times more stories in one pocket than Marblehead Harbor has moorings, these aren’t your Saturday-afternoon-yacht-club pants.
No sir. These are authentic, purpose-built workwear trousers meant for choring, seriously hard choring outdoors, in the shop and of course, out in the boatyard. Cut from hefty, 12oz cotton twill woven with 2% elastane for a little extra comfort. Roomy in all the places they need to be and snug enough in just the right spots. The traditional button-fly closure has its advantages as does the crotch gusset and the deep set, angled side pockets. Two set-in back pockets, a coin pocket and cell phone pocket on right leg round out the stowage compartments. Double needle stitched seams on both the inseam and outer leg seam give them structure and strength and prevent that twisting Twizzler look often caused by stich-n-turn seams. We finish ‘em off with a military style waistband and slightly taller leg cuff hems.
Our Boatyard Pants do have one thing in common with ordinary work pants…you put them on one leg at a time.
- Cotton twill with 2% Elestane
- Comfort crotch gusset
- Military style waistband and leg cuff hems
- Button fly closure
- Set-in back pockets, coin pocket and cell phone pocket
- Double needle stitched leg seams
- Garment dyed and lightly stone washed
- Bar stitch reinforced stress point
Another winner from Atlantic Rancher. They never cease to amaze us with their quality in their clothing. Will always look at your site before any other.
Brenda and Jack Arnold
worried that they'd be too pretty for a manly man but they passed muster ... making us both happy
Thank you for not calling them 'pretty'...Uncle Jack would be flipping in his grave!