Drop + Dickies Cramerton Chinos
Drop + Dickies Cramerton Chinos
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Product Description
We collaborated with Dickies to craft trousers with historic heritage and timeless appeal. Cut from rare Cramerton twill in a versatile shape, the Drop + Dickies Cramerton Chinos won’t be here long. Make one of 150 pairs yours.
Classic Trousers Cut From Iconic Cloth

You can only fit so much history into a pair of pants—and our Dickies Cramerton Chinos are at capacity. They’re made from genuine Cramerton Army Cloth: the official material used in U.S. military uniforms during WWII. They’re also outfitted with heritage detailing, including a USA-made Elite YKK zipper, signature long-tunnel belt loops for extra strength, 100-percent cotton herringbone pocket bags, and Emsig Melamine buttons. Crafted in the classic Dickies 874 shape featured in workwear, streetwear, and everyday wear for the better part of a century, these trousers are trend-proof. They won’t go out of style—but they will go out of stock. Cramerton Army Cloth is no longer produced and increasingly hard to procure, which is why we made just 150 pairs of this exclusive.

Cramerton: A Crash Course

When it comes to these one-of-a-kind chinos, the name “Cramerton” comes up a lot. That’s because it’s in every stitch of their design, and it has a history unlike any other. Founded by Stuart W. Cramer in the late 19th century, Cramerton Mills quickly became the leading name for textile production in the United States. In 1929, Cramerton earned a contract to manufacture new uniforms for the US Army. That same year, Cramerton Army Cloth was born. Known for exceptional durability and softness, 8.2-ounce twill Cramerton Army Cloth was treasured by the soldiers who wore it. In 1942, Cramerton Mills received the Army-Navy “E” Award for Excellence —but the true award came from the thousands of soldiers who continued to wear Cramerton Army Cloth long after the war had ended.

Dickies: Designing With an American Legend

Cramerton gets a lot of credit for the the standard uniform used in WWII, but that uniform didn’t  happen without help from Dickies. While Cramerton Mills won the contract for the fabric, Dickies got the deal for the design. It was only fitting: The Texas-based clothier, founded in 1922 by C. N. Williamson and E. E. "Colonel'' Dickie, had earned an unrivaled reputation selling workwear to ranch hands around the American Southwest. During wartime in the 1940s, Dickies manufactured over nine million WWII army uniforms with Cramerton Army Cloth. When we got our hands on the very same fabric, we knew there was no better brand to partner with. Today, Dickies is sold in over 100 countries, worn by trendsetters in streetwear and high fashion, and used as workwear by professionals in the world’s biggest industries.

Sizing Guide
  • Drop + Dickies
  • Original Dickies 874 Full Fit
  • Original Cramerton Twill 8.5 oz Army Cloth
  • 100% cotton
  • Elite YKK hook-and-eye closure (Made in USA)
  • YKK Brass zipper (Made in USA)
  • Signature long-tunnel belt loops 
  • Emsig Melamine Buttons
  • Made in USA, at Dickies’ own Uvalde, TX factory

We get it. Sometimes what you ordered just doesn’t work out. If that’s the case for you, don’t fret! All customers (both US and international) may return or exchange this item in new, unused condition within 30 days of delivery.


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Estimated ship date is July 20, 2020 PT.

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