S4 / Two Pleats - Houndstooth Flannel Wool & Silk

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175,00 €

What a pleasure to wear flannel in winter. The houndstooth weave and the silk content of this one sets it apart from the rest. Beware, a must-have!

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Vitale Barberis Canonico is the largest and oldest Italian clothier, founded in 1663. Every year we try to find unusual fabrics to cut beautiful and unique trousers. In the V.B.C. archives we found this houndstooth flannel, based on a blend with doupion silk. What a delight to be able to offer such different, rare and rich trousers. The already stylish S4 cut with its double pleats is reinforced. Three colours are available, a slate blue, a medium grey and a beautiful tobacco brown.
Composition :

78% Virgin Wool 22% Silk- 320g/m

Care instructions :

Dry cleaning is strongly recommended for woolen pants, but not too often : only once a year, or even less! A simple ironing with steam at home is sufficient in most cases to remove odors, bacteria and restore good hold to the pants.


As our S3 pleated trousers were well received by our customers, we have now developed a new cut that bears two pleats while being more adjusted. Such trousers are to be worn at the waist, on the hips. Thigh and calf are very close to the body without being uncomfortable. This cut solves a dilemma between having a retro flair to your style and yet wearing a slim cut.

  • Waistband in shirt fabric
  • Curved gusset pocket
  • In-seam pocket
  • Two double welted back pocket
  • D-tack
  • After dinner split
  • Three-button closing
  • Button fly
  • Suspenders buttons
  • Side-adjusters


Please note that once your trouse have been cut, no return or exchange will be accepted.

Furthermore, ordering an alteration modify the delivery time.

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