Cargo pants are relatively wide-cut and extremely comfortable pants for women and men. The cotton pants, usually made of cotton, sometimes feature side pockets and a fashionable fabric tie belt.
Classification of the category cargo pants
The term “cargo” comes from the English language and means a form of “cargo” or “cargo”. What’s up with the “loaded cargo pants”?
Characteristics of cargo pants
The most essential feature of the cargo pants is their variety of pockets. In addition to the usual side-mesh and back pockets, she is equipped with additional pockets on the thighs, on the side seams, even on shin height. These are predominantly patch pouches or flat forms that are opened and closed by head, buckle, Velcro or zipper.
Origin and development
The first cargo pants were developed as workwear for construction and agriculture, because the many pockets made it possible for the wearer to always carry tools and work utensils. Therefore, they also made of robust, denim cotton material. With the beginning of the eighties, the functional trousers then found their way into the fashion world. The cargo pants gave their wearers an energetic, gripping charisma and created an interesting style break in contrast to blouses and blazers.
To this day the cargo pants have kept their place. As a classic leisure textile they come in
therefore. They present themselves
- in natural tones such as beige, olive, sand or brown as well
- in white, black or blue.
They sit narrow at the waist, hips and buttocks; the leg shape is rather casual and wide. Due to their functionality, they are the ideal leg dress for excursions and expeditions, and meanwhile, the combination with “species-appropriate” tops such as pullovers, shirts and casual shirts has prevailed.