Sailor Pant in Cutch
Sailor Pant in Cutch
Sailor Pant in Cutch
Sailor Pant in Cutch
Sailor Pant in Cutch

Sailor Pant in Cutch

US issued vintage sailor pants hand-dyed and revived using Cutch. Cutch is a plant dye made from the wood of the Acacia Catechu tree. It is both a dyestuff and tanning agent and  has been used in India since ancient times. Constructed of well worn cotton canvas made in the USA. Revived in our San Francisco Studio. One-of-a-kind.


  • Vintage garment                                                                                       
  • High-waisted. Button fly.                                                                         
  • Hand-dyed using plant dye                                                               
  • Natural fibers                                                                                               
  • Zero waste garment

Material & Care
100% Cotton.

We encourage you to spot clean and spray with a mixture of lavender (or any other antimicrobial essential oil) and water while garment is inside-out for a refresh. Washing less helps to extend the life of your garment. 
When necessary wash in cold water and hang dry or light tumble dry.


waist: 14" 
hips: 22"
full length: 40.5"
rise: 12.5"
inseam: 28.5" 
thigh circumference: 25"
ankle circumference: 22"

*measurements are taken seam to seam while lying flat 
*doubled for bust, waist and hips.

Clara is 5’2” and is a size 4

Vintage/second hand items may come with minor flaws due to pre loved wear. Plant dyed items are all dyed by hand and saturation dye patterns tend to not be uniform (which is a characteristic that we LOVE). Please enjoy and appreciate this item with it's unique character. Vintage items are FINAL SALE. We want you to be happy with your one-of-a-kind piece, so please email lindsey@thefuturepaststudio for any questions regarding fit or condition.  

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