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90’s Final Home Tactical Washed Panelled Cargo Pants

90’s Final Home Tactical Washed Panelled Cargo Pants


Measurements & Condition


Waist - 29 in / 73.7 cm

Inseam - 30 in / 76.2 cm

Leg Opening - 7.25 in / 18.4 cm

Front Rise - 9.5 in / 24.1 cm

Thigh - 9.5 in / 24.1 cm

Knee - 7.75 in / 19.7 cm


Condition 9/10

  • 90’s Final Home Tactical Washed Panelled Cargo Pants


    Founded in 1994 by Kosuke Tsumura under Issey Miyake’s supervision, Final Home operates as a dystopian project rather than a label. Taking inspiration from science fiction movies like Blade Runner, Akira and Star Wars, Tsumura became fascinated with the necessity for function in a post-nuclear war setting. The Japanese native crafted pieces with intent for industrial environments, doing so with intense detail oriented thinking and longevity in mind. Final Home clashes art with design through zippers, cargo pockets and multi-purpose motifs, widely accredited as techwear before techwear. The hyper-utilitarian project has shifted our lens in which we view fashion, thinking so far beyond the traditional scope of invention. Kosuke Tsumura executed a vast idea with personality and skill, keeping to his roots while progressing through a variety of ingenious thinking.


    Sticking with the mantra of utility, these cargo pants feature a washed denim textile and heavy seams. Paneling is a focal point of this garment, reinforcing areas of heavy use and storage compartments. Tactical hardware sits in the form of zippers and clasped buttons, the rustic metallic accents pairing well with the overall use of these pants. Tagged as a size small, these bottoms fit a 29x30 and are in great condition overall.

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