Tuff Tony Fatigue Pants Olive

160.00 EUR 

The loose-fit Tuff Tony in fatigue making, crafted from exquisite herringbone twill.

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  • Organic cotton
  • 7.8 oz rigid herringbone twill
  • Matching threads
  • Corozo buttons
  • Button fly
  • Adjustable waistband
  • Four pockets
  • Woven patch
  • Loose fit
  • High waist
  • Wide leg
  • Wide leg opening

100% Cotton
Made in TN


The loose-fit Tuff Tony fatigue pants offer a neat and spacious design. They feature two patch-on front pockets and two patch-on back pockets with pocket flaps, all reinforced with an additional layer of pocket fabric for added robustness. Equipped with an adjustable waistband, these pants can easily be sized up or worn extra high for a neater silhouette. The main seams are sewn with felled twin-needle seams, providing a clean and sturdy construction. Crafted from exquisite herringbone twill fabric, these Tuff Tony Fatigue Pants exhibit a tightly woven construction that gives them a slightly crisp texture, a dry feel, and a smooth appearance. The fabric's pattern pays homage to vintage herringbone twills, and to ensure longevity and desirable aging properties, we have piece-dyed it in a perfect Olive shade. The pants have undergone a gentle wash, subtly accentuating the fabric's characteristics and garment construction. Curious to learn more about herringbone twill? We're delighted you asked! Herringbone twill is a variation of the regular twill weaving pattern. While regular twill, as seen in denim, exhibits a distinct diagonal pattern, herringbone twill features broken diagonal lines, creating a noticeable zig-zag pattern (more prominent than in a broken twill). The zig-zag pattern, resembling the bone structure of a herring, is compact yet distinctive. Herringbone twill is commonly found in vintage workwear jackets, particularly those of French and German origin, often in blue or grey hues. Moreover, it is well-known for its usage in vintage military fatigues, commonly referred to by its acronym HBT. The choice of herringbone twill in workwear and military garments can, to our knowledge, be attributed to two primary reasons. Firstly, the alteration of the twill direction enhances tear resistance. Secondly, during a time when sanforization and skewing processes were not yet developed, herringbone twill exhibited a reduced tendency to skew compared to regular twill. This aspect, similar to the purpose behind the development of broken twill, contributed to its popularity. There you have it, the ins and outs of herringbone twill.

Climate and Water

8.4 kg

Average emission of CO2 for producing this product.


Total Primary data:

(Nudie Jeans primary data)
5.3 kg 63%

Total Average data:

(Nudie Jeans average data)
1.6 kg 19%

Total Kering:

(Kering’s environmental KPIs)
1.5 kg 18%
340 liters

Average usage of water for producing this product.


Total Primary data:

(Nudie Jeans primary data)
116 kg 32%

Total Average data:

(Nudie Jeans average data)
40 kg 11%

Total Kering:

(Kering’s environmental KPIs)
201 kg 56%


Care Instructions

Wash only when needed. But when you do, always follow the care instruction, and you’ll enjoy your garment longer.

  • Machine wash 40°
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Iron at low temperature
  • Do not dry clean
  • May shrink up to 3%
  • Please stretch inseam while damp
  • Wash inside out with similar colors