An ideal choice for workers across many industries and professions, including craftsmen, gardeners, electricians, and warehouse staff, the Blaklader 1998 trousers herald from the much-lauded premium Blaklader X1900 range. They certainly deliver on Blaklader's promise of making durable workwear that lasts and meets pretty much any profession's functional and durability needs at the same time. There is a feature or characteristic on these workwear pants for everyone.
The storage capacity of these work pants is plentiful. The Blaklader 1998 pants have numerous practical pockets, some specialised, for your tools and equipment. There are regular pockets on the front, back, and sides of the trousers, offering convenient access to their contents as well as wide holster pockets hanging from each side. Then we also have more specialised pockets like the extra-wide nail pockets and ruler pockets, along with loops and holders for hammers and knives.
Blending the practicality and utility are the kneepad pockets the Blaklader 1998 trousers sport. Reinforced with Cordura for extra strength and a long lifespan, these kneepad pockets can be fitter with appropriately sized kneepads to lessen the strain of kneeling down, making for a far more comfortable wear. It also means that the trousers themselves won’t be damaged by prolonged kneeling either.
Blaklader has used top-of-the-line materials throughout the build of these X1900 range pants, a standout being 4-way stretch material. This affords the wearer of these Blakalder 1998 work pants vastly increased freedom of movement, making tasks that were once hindered by mobility and stretching a breeze. A soft mesh stretch material is deployed on the legs and kneepad pockets to amplify flexibility and ventilation of the wearer, which also naturally increases comfort at the same time.