Small tears in our cord trousers have been mended with three sashiko patch repairs using contrasting colour fabrics.
Lightweight cotton cord. Elasticated waist. Belt loops. Faux fly. Tapered legs. Side pockets. Back welt pockets.
This style is part of TOAST Renewed, a collection of creatively repaired pieces that have been given a new lease of life, for increased longevity. TOAST Renewed pieces are created from both damaged items from our shops and those returned by customers to our warehouse.
100% cotton. Machine wash.
Made in China.
As this piece has been repaired, extra care should be taken when cleaning. It is also best to avoid jewellery that may catch or snag.
Size & Fit
Outside leg length for size 10 is 92.5cm.
Delivery & Returns
Creatively repaired pieces for increased longevity
Celebrating the beauty of imperfections, our TOAST Renewed collection extends our long-standing approach to cherishing materials and honouring the hands that make our pieces. Each one-of-a-kind piece prolongs the garment's use, giving you the option to make a less impactful, more considered choice for the planet.
Corduroy Care Guide
Corduroy is a material favoured for its durability and velvety touch.
There is no real consensus on the origins of corduroy, but it is thought to have been invented in the Egyptian city of Fustat, where a heavy cotton cloth with a raised sheared nap was created, similar to that of velvet or moleskin.
The cloth was brought to Europe in medieval times by Italian and Spanish merchants. It was used to line gowns for warmth and for a fashionable, padded look. The ridges or ribs – known as “wales”, came about as a means of strengthening the fabric and extending its lifespan. Corduroy can have anywhere from 1.5 to 21 wales per inch, though it is typically between 10 to 12.
At TOAST, we like corduroy for its supple, velvety feel, and its casual, practical look.
How to wash
We recommend to wash your cord inside out and with buttons and zips closed, on 30 degrees or on a cool setting.
Try not to overload your machine to avoid friction. Abrasion to the surface of cord can damage the pile and alter the texture.
How to dry & store
For the best result, shake out cord garments after washing. Smooth down the seams, pockets and plackets and hang to air dry – this will avoid the need to iron your garment.
To store, it is best to hang your cord up.