Stan Ray - Double Knee Painter Pant - Forest
The fabric was originally made back in the 1980s—the early days of modern hunting camouflage, when hunters moved away from reappropriating military designs to creating their own patterns which catered to their environment.
One new idea was Realtree—a camouflage first sketched by archer Bill Jordan whilst sitting in his parent’s backyard. Inspired by an old oak tree, the pattern layered twigs and leaves over a background of bark—mimicking the 3D nature of real woodland. Although this intricate pattern would have been difficult to print a decade earlier, developments in technology meant that Jordan’s design could be applied to all manner of surfaces.
Relaxed fit super hardwearing double knee pant, with all the pocket details and loops you need for a day on the site, available in natural 10oz heavy weight cotton with deadstock Forest Photo Stalk camo pockets and knees. There’s a matching Shop Jacket if you fancy the full outfit.
- Heavyweight triple needle construction
- Riveted and bar tacked stress points
- Double layer front leg panels
- Tool pockets and hammer loop
- Button-fastening cuff
- Flat felled seams
- Re-enforced riveted shank button
- 100% Cotton
- Made in U.S.A
- Machine wash at 30 degrees