Royal Navy Jungle Pant
For Unstacking the Odds.
1976. Lost, deep in the jungle of Cameroon. Nothing is going well. I lost my machete at the last river crossing. Our guide’s mood, just short of panic.
The plane arrives tomorrow morning to take us back to Douala. The pickup point, five miles away through dense jungle.
I make a list of our assets. Water, food, matches, maps.
And these military-minded cargo pants with the DNA of an explorer— varying parts confidence, survival skills, preparation, imagination. Made of sturdier stuff than most.
The kind you wear when the odds are stacked against you.
Royal Navy Jungle Pant (No. 7190). Based on an original, military-issue pant commissioned by the Royal Navy. Lightweight, breathable cargo-minded trousers translated here in midweight cotton twill. The two cargo leg pockets are inspired by the contemporary U.S. Tropical Fatigue Jacket. Protected by a storm flap and sealed with a button. One back pocket; features button-down closure. Reinforced seat and crotch for durability in the field. Drawcord ankle ties allow adjustment. Wide belt loops accommodate your sturdiest belts. Adjustable waist. Two waist pockets. Zip fly with button. Bracer buttons. Pleated front. Imported.