Oxford Bags were the fashionable trouser shape in the 1920's. The wide leg craze originated with the undergraduates of Oxford University and were quickly adopted by the Bright Young Things of the interwar generation. This led to young men were racing around town in exaggerated styles where the hems measured as much as 44" in circumference.
Our version have more modest 24" hems which makes them very practical to wear. These trousers have split backs and a buttoned rear pocket as well as the two side ones.
The fly is fastened with buttons rather than a zip.
Braces buttons are included as well as belt loops for the ultimate "belt and braces" situations.
We only have very limited quantities right now as these are a bit of an experiment. Once we have had more feedback on the shape and finish we will produce more.
Made in England