Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Am I the only one who feels warm when grandpa and grandma say "zubon"?
I feel a completely different feeling than when my parents say "Zubon".
I don't even know when people stopped saying "zubon" in the first place.
Is it the same for "G bread"?
I feel like it's hard to even call them "jeans."
I'm sure other name issues will come up, so I'll write about them again if I think of them.
So just when I was about to run out of material, satou arrived at the perfect time.
Type 2 has arrived, so today is sotogi slacks.
The reason why I talked about "zubon" is because I wanted to call sotogi slacks "zubon" rather than "pants."
Isn't ``sleeves'' better than ``pants''?
I guess it's just me.
Regardless of the name, I really like the atmosphere.
Although they are called slacks, they are not too clean, nor are they as rough as chinos, but have just the right amount of flavor.
Satou's design is based on the designer's memories, and sotogi slacks are inspired by the slacks that the designer's grandfather wore when he went on trips.
As for the brown, it has a nice color that makes you think it looks like it's being worn.
My favorite part is the pockets.
I feel like "pocket" is more appropriate.
I felt like it was a pocket that had stored a bulky bi-fold wallet in it and had retained its shape.
Even now, you can see men like this on the streets.
The pockets are asymmetrical, with buttons on the left and arrow stitches on the right.
This may be off-topic, but I was thinking while shooting that satou would look more like an "arrow" than an "arrow stitch."
Even as I write this, problems with names often come up.
It has a single tuck and is loose, and the fabric is neither too hard nor too soft, giving it a flattering silhouette.
The outer material is made of a dense yet supple fabric woven in Bishu, and the ``Yaezo-san's twill weave'' is used for the back of the waist and other areas that touch the skin.
I'm sure there are many people who don't know about this, so I'll give a brief explanation.
First of all, ``Yaezo-san'' is a person who quietly continues to make two types of fabrics, plain weave and twill weave, using only 40/2 organic cotton thread in Kojima.
It means that you are using one of the two types of twill weave.
I have written about the grandad shirt in `` Yaezo-san, '' which explains it in more detail , so if you have time, please take a look.
There are two colors: black and brown.
As I mentioned at the beginning, brown gives off a nice old man feel, which I really like.
Black is also good, of course.
Although it's called slacks, I don't want it to look too formal, but I like to wear it casually, casually, and casually.
That's why I wanted to call it "Zubon".
This is just my simple feeling, so it's okay.
So, we look forward to your visit, remembering the days when we used to call it ``Zubon.''