Tobacco Motorwear Company
Journeymen Men's Olive Canvas Motorcycle Pants
Tapered Slim-Straight Fit
Journeymens are inspired by the work pants adopted by tradesmen and craftsmen. They have a rugged look, but are extremely comfortable. The washed duck canvas feels soft from day one and just gets better with wear.
These pants are made to stand up to anything you can throw their way. The breathable canvas is great for the summer days on the job, with the protection you need for your rides on the road.
Journeymens feature large bucket pockets in the back and a welt pocket perfect for your phone or small tools. The best part, they reinforced the front pocket openings and made them deep enough to keep things from dropping out when you sit down or ride.
- Washed duck canvas outer
- Slightly tapered slim-straight fit
- Caballo inseams & outseams for increased durability
- YKK zipper fly
- Lined with DuPont™ Kevlar® Fiber in impact zones
- Made in the USA
- Genuine leather Tobacco patch
- Custom buttons and rivets
- Reinforced front pocket openings
- Belt loops
- 36" inseam
- Minimal washing required - see care instructions
- Also available in sand
Note: Delivery of this item can take 8-10 working days.
DuPont™ and Kevlar® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
Tobacco Motorwear Company
Men's Journeymen Motorcycle Pants
|28||78 cm||98 cm||57.8 cm||91.5 cm|
|29||80 cm||100.3 cm||59 cm||91.5 cm|
|30||82.5 cm||102.9 cm||60.3 cm||91.5 cm|
|31||85.1 cm||105.5 cm||61.6 cm||91.5 cm|
|32||87.6 cm||108 cm||62.9 cm||91.5 cm|
|33||90.2 cm||110.5 cm||64.2 cm||91.5 cm|
|34||92.7 cm||113 cm||65.4 cm||91.5 cm|
|35||95.3 cm||115.6 cm||66.7 cm||91.5 cm|
|36||97.8 cm||118.1 cm||68 cm||91.5 cm|
|38||102.9 cm||123.2 cm||70.5 cm||91.5 cm|
|40||108 cm||128.3 cm||73 cm||91.5 cm|
|42||113 cm||133.4 cm||75.6 cm||91.5 cm|
|44||118.1 cm||138.5 cm||78.1 cm||91.5 cm|
How To Care For Your New Tobaccos. Hint: Don't Throw Them In The Washer! When you get your Tobaccos, take the time to notice all the effort & detailed craftsmanship that went into creating these jeans, then put them on & beat the hell out of them. Your Tobaccos are made to get better with wear!
If you take care of your denim, it will last a long time and look good. Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your Tobaccos.
Tobacco didn’t skimp on materials. Their denims & canvas are hefty, raw & unwashed. You may find them stiff or even restricting at first. Don’t panic. As you wear your jeans, they’ll stretch in the areas you need more room & will become more form fitting where you need less. The fabric will soften & fade over time. Every fade, fold & line, will be entirely self-inflicted. Your Tobaccos will be unlike any other pair.
TO SOAK or NOT TO SOAK
Some “denim-heads” pre-soak their jeans to get rid of any excess dye & shrinkage early, then wear the jeans at least six months before the next wash. Others prefer to wear jeans raw for six months, or as long as possible before washing to get high-contrast fades. In our experience, both can work. Though cold water is always recommended, warm water can be used if you want more shrinkage. Some even wear their jeans in the tub and then wear them dry. Do some web research before doing anything too crazy.
When it comes to washing denim or canvas, the consensus is, less is more. Wear your jeans often; wash when needed. It’s not unusual for raw jeans to go 4-6 months between washes. Depending on how often you ride or wear your Tobaccos you may need even less. When you wash denim, the water washes out some of the dye. The loose dye then transfers to lighter areas that have faded. The more you wash, the more dye you lose & transfer, resulting in a flat, monochromatic look, rather than the contrasting dark and lighter shades you get with natural wear & limited washes.
Though raw jeans are machine washable, many denim-heads prefer to hand wash gently, inside out, in a tub of cool water, with “dark” detergent made to wash colours & prevent dye loss. Then hang dry.
SHRINKAGE and BLEED
Tobacco denims & canvas are Sanfordized, a method of stretching, shrinking & fixing the woven cloth in both length & width before cutting & producing, to reduce the shrinkage. 100% cotton, they will shrink 3-5% after the first wash, most of that in length. After washing, jeans will feel tighter at first, but cotton has some natural stretch & will loosen up after a couple of wears. This has been accounted for in the design.
Before the initial wash, dye may “bleed” or transfer onto other materials and fabrics, particularly when wet. Take care to not accidentally stain something you touch or sit on.
Shrinkage can be avoided by dry cleaning.
Free shipping on orders over $150.
Flat rate shipping of $6 for all other orders.
Delivery will typically arrive within 2-4 business days to metro areas.
Shipping rates are calculated at the checkout.
Delivery will typically arrive within 3-7 business days to metro areas.
We offer a 30 day return/exchange policy.