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Taylor Stitch Chore Pant

Tuff Duck is the toughest-wearing, hardest-working fabric Taylor Stitch has ever offered, and their Tuff Duck collection sets a new industry standard. Compared to cotton, it is much stronger, more abrasion-resistant, and dramatically better for the environment. With a light stone wash for broken in feel and just a touch of stretch, these will feel well-worn even before you’ve had a chance to put them on. Other details include a signature double-knee reinforced construction, a double-needle construction throughout, and plenty of pockets to store your gear and tools. Available in khaki or olive.

The pants are now available for a special pre-sale price of $98 $128




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