Injected Linen Bigs
A relaxed and baggy short that wears like air. A radical warp-knit weft-insertion construction technique creates a linen-poly fabric that is remarkably open to the air yet opaque to the eye.
Warp Knit in Japan
The ancient meets the industrial to create a radically open yet opaque material. The fundamental differences between knitting and weaving collapse in this Japanese fabric that combines the rugged simplicity of a polyester mesh with the deep character and performance of linen. Open to the air so the skin can breathe, opaque to the eye so the mind can relax and injected with linen's dry touch and beautiful break in to create a remarkable summer fabric.
A super light polyester warp mesh is knitted around a linen weft insertion to combine the durability and stability of polyester with the cool wear and character of a bast fiber. The linen is 59% of the fabric weight and it's slubby texture and elegant aging shine through. The polyester warp means it doesn't crease sharply like most linen but instead takes on a gentle waviness that makes it far easier to travel with. Put this stuff on and it feels like almost nothing, the air just flows over you. Look at it and it’s as opaque as far heavier fabrics, other than in extremely backlit or near face situations you can’t see anything through it. In summertime this is pretty damn close to magic.
True to size.
Garment measurements in inches, measured flat
|Top Opening||13||14||15||16||17||Front Rise||10½||11¼||12||12¾||13½|
Stacey weighs 170 lbs is 6'1" tall and wears size M in Black
Made with Injected Linen
Total weight of 265g (Size M)
Made in New York CIty with Japanese fabric
Injected Linen Bigs
- Open yet opaque structure made from a warp knit polyester with a weft injection of linen
- Four Japanese flow-through power mesh pockets
- Elasticated waistband with internal drawstring
- 8” inseam
- Machine wash warm with like colors and tumble dry low (do not use bleach)