Details Known as a master of denim, Kapital creates new worlds centered around their garments, blending old and new fabrics with a mixture of workwear and bohemian culture. Toshikiyo Hirata established Kapital in Okayama, Japan after returning from a trip in the U.S. as a karate instructor where he was fascinated by denim jeans and workwear. Originally serving as an outlet for his love of vintage clothing and American denim, Kapital began to evolve with the coming of Yoshiyoko son Kiro, who brought along with him his expertise in design and penchant for art. Today the father-son duo have grown Kapital to become one of the most beloved denim and heritage brands out of Japan. The Okabilly has become a staple of Kapital’s experimental offshoot “Kapital Kountry,” for their psychedelic prints that harken back to the ’70s, unique washes and an array of vintage patches. These cargo pants are done in a faded black corduroy with numerous printed patches meticulously sewn around the thighs. The waist features a snap-button closure and a classic heritage back-cinch.
Size + Fit Marked size 30 fits true to size 30 inch waist (please refer to measurements). 30 inch waist 31 inch inseam 43.5 inch total length