Flannel Lined Fatigue Pants


Soft and warm double layered jeans.

.Japanese 13oz. Low Tension Selvedge denim, Sanforized, 100%co.
.Portuguese Flannel lining.
.Loose/relaxed fit.
.High fading potential.
.Replica design from military fatigue pants.
.Selvedge outseam.
.Tonal indigo thread.
.Chanistitch inseam and back rise.
.7 beltloop.
.Chainstitch hem.
.Waist adjusters with blue corozo nut buttons.
.Corozo anchor buttons on backpocket flaps.
.Branded Companion cotton label behind front pocket.

.The model is 1.77mt., weighs 68kg. and wears size W31.
How to measure  



This Companion Flannel Lined Fatigue Pants comes in a newly developped cut. The relaxed fit is suitable for all body types, being comfortable and easy to wear since day 1. It has a high rise, comfortable top block, and slightly tapered leg. It can be worn high on waist or lower for a more loose fit.
It is highly recommended to follow our measuring tips for a correct size selection and ensure the right fit.
This style is a made-to-order product, with production time of 2-4 weeks.


The Companion Flannel Lined Fatigue Pants are cut, sewn and finished by no more than 2 pairs of hands in our workshop located in the heart of Sabadell, a town in the metropolitan area of Barcelona.
We are using a mix of both vintage and modern sewing machines which we have collected through years. We only work with the machinery that offers the highest quality and most reliable stitchings for jeans making.
Companion denim is built on the values of quality, durability, honesty and respect for the environment.


We always recommend to “wear as much as possible, wash as little as possible”. The more you wear your jeans, the better they will look.
Following this principle and washing your jeans after 6-8 months of wear should already show some nice fadings and strong character. However, we aren´t too dogmatic on this. If you need or feel like washing your jeans before that time, do it without regrets.
Wash the jeans inside out in cold temperature , 40ºc maximum, without using any bleach or chlorine chemicals.
Do not tumble dry the jeans as it can damage some of the materials. Hang dry them instead, as it will also avoid the need of ironing.