UES Duck Shorts are made from the highest quality organic Zimbabwe cotton, harvested in the African highlands without using any chemicals. Weaving is done using treasured, old fashioned shuttles. Although productivity may be low, weaving without excess of tension creates an appealing fabric with depth that doesn´t detract from the original texture of the thread. Reactive dyes that fade to similar colours are used in the thread dying process. By wearing these pants, the texture increases, and the colours become enriched.
Duck fabric is woven with two yarns together in the warp and a single yarn in the weft. By far the most popular workwear fabric, cotton duck is a weighty, plain-but-strong woven canvas. Despite its name, this hardy workwear fabric has nothing to do with waterfowl or their feathers. The term "duck" comes from the Dutch word doek, which refers to a linen canvas once used for sailors' white trousers and outerwear.
By washing the smooth duck cloth fabric the jacket offers a stunning faded finish. Depending on the lifestyle of the person that wears it, the jacket will fade differently to give each item its own unique look.
The construction is simply unbeatable. The interior have been patched by a high quality japanese linen canvas to power up the strength of texture in the crotch, waist and pockets. The fabric is already tough enough, but UES still enhanced them by triple stitching and reinforced fabrics. They are also tough enough for repeat washing and the shape doesn’t even collapse at all.
They have been sulfur dyed and the buffalo horn buttons are made from natural material from cow's and buffalo's horn.
- 100% Cotton smooth duck cloth fabric
- Triple stitch construction
- Built to last
- Patched by a high quality japanese linen canvas to power up the strength of texture in the crotch, waist and pockets.
- The shape of pocket is designed for you easy to put hands inside
- Ultra-durable high quality waldes zip
- Buffalo horn buttons
- Sulfur Dyed
- Made in Japan