Khaki, the cloth, first invented by the British in India more than 150 years ago continues to be one of the most prominent trends in menswear.

Expertly hand crafted to create a slimmer silhouette, Dockers® K-1 Khakis, is inspired by the pioneering spirit of the men who worked in the post-industrial ports of San Francisco and Hollywood’s matinee idol heartthrobs who made the cloth their own in the 50s, including Paul Newman, Tab Hunter and Steve McQueen.

Three new styles will be launched this year, each pant comes serialized with its own production number, sailcloth lining and sleek metal fly buttons. Waistband shank buttons replicate the patina of aged pewter and the red Dockers® K-1 printed stamp symbolizes the original wax seal.

The result is, without question, one of the most refined pair of Khaki pants ever designed. Available at 290sqm.