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Carhartt Wip

Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey



Regular price $138.00 CAD $138.00 CAD Sale

Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey
Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey
Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey
Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey
Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey

Carhartt Wip

Aviation Short Rinsed Air Force Grey

Regular price $138.00 CAD $138.00 CAD Sale

  • Details

    The Carhartt WIP Aviation Short is crafted from a 6.5 oz Ripstop cotton.  The shorts have a regular, low waist fit with bartack stitching at vital stress points for extra durability.  The shorts have six pockets in total, with two allocated to the front and back and two at the thighs for cargo storage.  A single Carhartt label is embroidered at the pocket flap.

    • Please note: For in-store purchases, this product is available at our Bellair location.
  • Material
    • Single Carhartt label at flap

    • 2 hand pockets/ 2 back pockets

    • 2 cargo pockets

    • Bartack stitching at vital points

    • Regular fit/ low waist

    • 100% Cotton

    • 6.5 oz Ripstop Cotton

    • Imported

    • Size
      Sizes (cm) Waist Circumference Rise Inseam Leg Opening
      30" 76 28 27 17
      31" 78 30 27 18
      32" 81 30 27 18
      33" 84 30 27 19
    • Return Policy
      Returns or exchanges may be done within 7 days from purchase date. We kindly ask that all valid returns must be in unworn condition with attached tags and packaging. Capsule will not accept any returned merchandise without prior written communication and valid return authorization number. Upon inspection and approval, exchange or store credit will be provided, no refunds. All sale items and discounted merchandise are final sale and cannot be returned.

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    Brand Info

    Carhartt Wip

    Detroit, Michigan

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    Carhartt WIP first found its place in Europe as a passion project of one Swiss gentleman, Edwin Faeh, who began importing, customizing, and selling Carhartt's workwear clothing during the mid 1990s. Carhartt's original pieces were typically worn by individuals working in heavy duty industries such as construction, farming, ranching, even railroad work sites during the early 1900s. Faeh's customized approach to the brand grew into a widespread demand for genuine workwear clothes with functionality and a tailored fit all across Europe. Years later, Carhartt WIP has furthered its parent company's success by establishing hundreds of accounts all over the globe and collaborating with renowned streetwear brands, artists, professional skateboarders, and musicians. Overall, Carhartt WIP has successfully maintained Carhartt's original American workwear aesthetics, catered to the demand of stylish technical clothing, and continued to release a full line of garments year round.