The last time that cargo pants were there was like in 2001-2002 when everyone was wearing cargo pants which had a twist of elephant (a style that just easily faded away…)
Within the past year, I’ve seen more and more of Cargo Pants (both army and safari style) coming back in department stores.
So basically these pants are the usual 6 pockets we’ve known and it’s usually brown or gray. The one I bought below is from F’G Jeans – a brand which I’ve recently seen to be featuring high-quality jeans and clothing and is being endorsed by 6 Cycle Mind.
The belt usually consists of two D-Shaped buckles held closely together. It has no holes and no hook. In order to tighten the belt you just need to insert the other end and pull it together against the buckle. It’s a common style to have the end of the belt hanging around on the side.
I am getting bored with the very common blue jeans so I bought this cargo pants a few weeks ago. This one in particular costs 1,000 Pesos and it’s worth the money especially in a place where everyone is wearing jeans and you just want to stand-out from the crowd.