Loose & comfortable, our Carpenter Shorts feature authentic workwear styling with a hammer loop and plier pocket. They are opened up at the waist so they sit lower on the hips and have a loose seat and thigh with an 11" inseam.
What is the difference between chino shorts and cargo shorts?
Cargo shorts are knee-length and loosely cut, often creating a disproportionate leg. They usually sit low on the hips (watch out for your plumber's smile) and the multiple side pockets often result in wrinkles. Chino shorts, on the other hand, are predominantly slim-fit and end elegantly above the knee.
What defines cargo shorts?
Cargo shorts are a shorts version of the cargo pants, with the legs usually extending down to near-knee lengths. Both cargo pants and shorts have since become popular as urban casual wear, since they are loose-fitting and quite convenient for carrying extra items during everyday foot trips or while cycling.
What material are cargo shorts made of?
The Everyday Style of Cargo Pants
Cargo pants fabric is traditionally sturdy cotton or cotton-wool blend that can withstand rigorous wear and harsh elements.
What is carpenter in slang?
What is the loop on carpenter pants for?
These straight leg, relaxed fit pants feature side leg pockets to carry essential items such as work tools and also have a “hammer loop” that allows carpenters, handymen, construction workers to easily carry a hammer with while remaining hands free.