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Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin
Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin
Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin
Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin
Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin
Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin
$ 98.50

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Duck Head Five Pocket Pinpoint Canvas, Buckskin

The 1865-Pocket Chino taps Duck Head's rich 150-year history in both spirit and design. Familiar are the signature details borrowed from our Gold School Chino to include branded buttons, leather patches, and fortifying tacks. The 9.4 oz canvas functions with 2% flex through key stress points while being slightly heavier than our traditional 7.1 oz 1865 Five-Pocket Pinpoint Canvas. A proprietary fabrication assists in regulating the temperature of the wearer by keeping cool in the heat but warm during cooler temperatures. The classic fit mirrors the Gold School Chino and wears perfectly with a boot, shoe, or loafer.

  • 9.4 oz. Stretch Canvas
  • 73% Cotton/25% Polyester/2% Spandex
  • Garment Washed
  • Classic Fit (Not Full, Not Slim)
  • Breathable & Moisture Wicking
  • Proprietary Fabrication Keeps Wearer Cool in the Heat & Warm in the Cold
  • Iconic Gold Label on Coin Pocket
  • Nubuck Leather Patch
  • Antique Brass Rivet Button
  • YKK Zipper
  • Duck Head Metal Rivets on Front Pockets
  • Drill Cloth Pocketing
  • Triple Stitched Seams
  • Signature “Z” Stitched Inside Fly
  • Imported
  • Machine wash cold with like colors on gentle & tumble dry low. As needed, use a cool iron avoiding embellishment.

CHINO SIZE CHART

The Duck Head Fit is a reflection of a simpler time and our roots.
It’s not full, not slim, but a classic, comfortable, and perfect fit for the modern world.
We recommend ordering the size you typically wear.
This guide reflects the approximate measurements in inches for each size.

FRONT & BACK RISE - Measured from crotch seam to top of waistband.
HIP / SEAT - Measured 4" up from crotch point.

Pant Fit Guide

Size Front Rise Back Rise Hip / Seat Leg Opening
28 8¾ 13½ 37½ 15¼
29 8⅞ 13 38½ 15½
30 9 13¾ 39½ 15¾
31 9 13 40½ 16
32 14 41½ 16¼
33 9⅜ 14⅛ 42½ 16½
34 14¼ 43½ 16¾
35 9 14 44½ 17
36 9¾ 14½ 45½ 17¼
38 10 14¾ 47½ 17¾
40 10¼ 15 49½ 18¼
42 10½ 15¼ 51½ 18¾
44 10¾ 15½ 53½ 19¼

 

The Beginning

In 1865, Civil War veterans George and Joe O’Bryan had an idea - repurpose surplus army tent material to make work pants. Supplies were scarce throughout the South. Their product couldn’t fail. Enduring quality wasn’t a principle, it was a necessity. The brothers were avid outdoorsmen so the heavy canvas material, also known as “Duck,” felt right as their company moniker. After failed attempts to register “Duck” with the U.S. Trademark Office, they added “Head” and the legendary brand, complete with a mallard logo, was born. O’Bryan Bros. operated into the 20th century producing various work clothing such as overalls and denim jackets under the Duck Head/O’Bryan Bros. label. Their production was held in such high regard that the government contracted their services to make soldier uniforms for WWII.

A Civilian Life

In 1978, Duck Head again took a chance on surplus fabric buying 10,000 yards of 100% cotton fabric from a local mill. Polyester was king, so no one wanted the cotton twill known as “chino”. The VP of Sales, Dave Baseheart, researched an original pattern and applied the gold mallard logo over the back pocket. Baseheart’s first sales call took him to Oxford, Mississippi where Duck Head was quickly discovered by students at Ole Miss. The Duck Head we know today took off from there to become a southern cultural icon. The rest is history.

Into the Future

Today’s Duck Head is future-facing while drawing inspiration from our rich heritage. As stewards of a 150+ year old brand, we remain true to our roots by producing garments of enduring quality, functionality, style, and value without compromise. Thank you for sharing in this remarkable experience known as Duck Head. Join the revival.

Details: 

  • 9.4 oz. Stretch Canvas
  • 73% Cotton/25% Polyester/2% Spandex
  • Garment Washed
  • Classic Fit (Not Full, Not Slim)
  • Breathable & Moisture Wicking
  • Proprietary Fabrication Keeps Wearer Cool in the Heat & Warm in the Cold
  • Iconic Gold Label on Coin Pocket
  • Nubuck Leather Patch
  • Antique Brass Rivet Button
  • YKK Zipper
  • Duck Head Metal Rivets on Front Pockets
  • Drill Cloth Pocketing
  • Triple Stitched Seams
  • Signature “Z” Stitched Inside Fly
  • Imported
  • Machine wash cold with like colors on gentle & tumble dry low. As needed, use a cool iron avoiding embellishment.

Size Guide: 

CHINO SIZE CHART

The Duck Head Fit is a reflection of a simpler time and our roots.
It’s not full, not slim, but a classic, comfortable, and perfect fit for the modern world.
We recommend ordering the size you typically wear.
This guide reflects the approximate measurements in inches for each size.

FRONT & BACK RISE - Measured from crotch seam to top of waistband.
HIP / SEAT - Measured 4" up from crotch point.

Pant Fit Guide

Size Front Rise Back Rise Hip / Seat Leg Opening
28 8¾ 13½ 37½ 15¼
29 8⅞ 13 38½ 15½
30 9 13¾ 39½ 15¾
31 9 13 40½ 16
32 14 41½ 16¼
33 9⅜ 14⅛ 42½ 16½
34 14¼ 43½ 16¾
35 9 14 44½ 17
36 9¾ 14½ 45½ 17¼
38 10 14¾ 47½ 17¾
40 10¼ 15 49½ 18¼
42 10½ 15¼ 51½ 18¾
44 10¾ 15½ 53½ 19¼

 

About Duck Head:

The Beginning

In 1865, Civil War veterans George and Joe O’Bryan had an idea - repurpose surplus army tent material to make work pants. Supplies were scarce throughout the South. Their product couldn’t fail. Enduring quality wasn’t a principle, it was a necessity. The brothers were avid outdoorsmen so the heavy canvas material, also known as “Duck,” felt right as their company moniker. After failed attempts to register “Duck” with the U.S. Trademark Office, they added “Head” and the legendary brand, complete with a mallard logo, was born. O’Bryan Bros. operated into the 20th century producing various work clothing such as overalls and denim jackets under the Duck Head/O’Bryan Bros. label. Their production was held in such high regard that the government contracted their services to make soldier uniforms for WWII.

A Civilian Life

In 1978, Duck Head again took a chance on surplus fabric buying 10,000 yards of 100% cotton fabric from a local mill. Polyester was king, so no one wanted the cotton twill known as “chino”. The VP of Sales, Dave Baseheart, researched an original pattern and applied the gold mallard logo over the back pocket. Baseheart’s first sales call took him to Oxford, Mississippi where Duck Head was quickly discovered by students at Ole Miss. The Duck Head we know today took off from there to become a southern cultural icon. The rest is history.

Into the Future

Today’s Duck Head is future-facing while drawing inspiration from our rich heritage. As stewards of a 150+ year old brand, we remain true to our roots by producing garments of enduring quality, functionality, style, and value without compromise. Thank you for sharing in this remarkable experience known as Duck Head. Join the revival.