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Stan Ray Fit Guide | How do Stan Ray Fatigue Pants Fit ?

June 29, 2016


Following the popularity of our Levi’s and Dickies fit guides from earlier this year, we now turn to our new arrival – Stan Ray- to give you a bit more of an idea as to how they fit when worn. The classic American workwear and military apparel specialists have been producing their ever popular ‘Fatigue Pants’ for decades now, mainly for workwear purposes, but thanks to various current trends they have gained attention from the fashion market, providing more of a causal, and slightly looser take on popular workwear styles. Our first deliver from Stan Ray offers the Fatigue Pant in two styles, the SL (Slim) and the OG. Find out a bit more on each below…


Stan Ray SL 107 Fatigue Pants



The SL 107 Fatigue Pants gives a modern take on the classic OG 107, slimming the pant down towards the ankle without loosing the hardwearing construction techniques of the original pant. Constructed from 100% cotton, the design features two open patch pockets on the front and two button close pockets on the back.


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Stan Ray OG 107 Fatigue Pants 



The OG 107 Fatigue Pants have been made from the same material and features the same detailing as the SL 107, however the difference lies in the fit. The OG is a slightly wider leg that doesn’t taper as much towards the ankle. It’s a minimal style which features tonal stitching for a clean finish, and looks great when twinned with a pair of SK8-Hi’s as shown…


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