Kuro Sulfur Dyed NIDOM Gurkha Pants is inspired by military Gurkha pants. Speaking of Gurkha pants, they actually come from an elite soldier unit “Gurkha”, from the Kingdom of Gorkah. They fight against the East Indian Company in 1814 even though they were out numbered and were in poor circumstances.
Nowadays, you will find Gurkha pants in all shape but they always have double pleats with a buckling system that involve both sides.
Kuro has combined this tradition with latest technology. The Gurkha pants are in relaxed fit with tapered leg. The high waist also gives it a more solid military look.
Furthermore, the fabrics has been applied with NIDOM technique for softening. You will find the pants are rigid, yet very soft and light to wear with.
Also, It has two different pockets at the back. One of them is with button while the other one isn’t.
And of course, like all Kuro’s collections, they are made in Japan.
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