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Look! Mission Workshop’s Limited Custom-Dyed Paragon Chore Pant

Mission Workshop LE Paragon Chore Pant TagPhoto c. Mission Workshop
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Looking for some different trousers this season? Good. Because San Francisco’s Mission Workshop has released a new limited edition version of their Paragon Chore Pant using a custom-dyed design, in a Mojave Camo color. The new limited version of these pants is sewn in New York using high-performance Italian textiles.

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Photo c. Mission Workshop

Then, after their time on the East Coast, they come back to Los Angeles to go through a meticulous hand-dyeing process. This ensures that every pant has a unique “one-off” dye pattern.

The advanced fabric that is used on the Paragon Pant was developed for Mission Workshop by the team at Mertex in Como, Italy. The material is said to offer “extraordinary stretch without compromising durability or structural integrity”.

Mission Workshop LE Paragon Chore Pant triple stitching

The Paragon also features triple-needle stitching and is said to breathe exceptionally well. It sports seven functional pockets and a handy utility loop. Add these features up and you get a “rugged pant that delivers unparalleled versatility and freedom of movement. That means it could be just as comfortable pedaling around town as it is working in the shop.

Paragon Chore Pant Features and Price

Retail: $ 295


  • Italian textile
  • 4-way stretch
  • Highly breathable + wicks moisture
  • Next-generation water-repellent (DWR) finish
  • Soft, natural cotton hand
  • Seven pockets
  • Utility loop
  • Triple needle stitching 
  • Each pant features a one-of-a-kind dye pattern
  • Hand-dyed in Los Angeles
  • Made in Brooklyn NYC with Italian-made textile
  • All sizes feature a 33” inseam
  • Fiber content: 55% Cotton / 35% Polyamide / 10% Elastane


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7 months ago


Tom Wenzel
7 months ago

These will sell like hotcakes in Bolinas, California.

7 months ago

What a joke.

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