Heavy corduroy craftsman pants “Largeot” – black
A Largeot is a working pant created by Adolphe Lafont in 1896. The welt thigh pocket houses the folding rule, pencil and gauge. The rear clamping tab allows you to hang the hammer, while the gusset pocket accommodates a watch or chalk. It is frequently worn by certain trades such as carpenter, roofer, mason, stonemason, sculptor, carpenter, cabinetmaker.
- “Demi ballon – loose in the thighs, tighter around the ankles
- Broad wale, cotton velvet corduroy 300 rays 550g/m2
- Made in France by Le Laboureur since 1955
- Lenght 76 cm