Bindi Designs Thai Fisherman pants in Electric Blue. This style is made from heavy cotton called Pah Muang, which is unique to Northern Thailand and is often used for traditional Northern Thai clothing. Pah Muang cotton is slightly thicker and stronger, yet lightweight and soft to wear, especially after a few washes.
Bindi Designs Thai Fisherman pants are traded directly from small & often family run producers & suppliers in Northern Thailand, who support their local communities & traditional crafts.
Thai Fisherman Pants are super comfortable, unisex and are suitable for various body types.
Size/length: Medium or XX.Long. Please see our picture diagrams for measurements or simply click here to see our size chart.
Note that measurements are taken from one side only and the length includes the folded over waist section.
*Model is 170cm & is wearing Medium.
We have a variety of colours, fabrics and sizes in our Thai Fisherman pants collection, however we don't have all the size options available in all the colours.
Click here to view our video guide about How to tie Fisherman pants.
Shipping: Our products are shipped from within the EU. Click here to read our shipping information.
Material: 100% Pah Muang cotton. As the fabrics and Fisherman pants are made and produced thru cottage based industry some slight inconsistencies and minor imperfections can happen, however nothing that affects the quality and durability of the product. The dyes are hand prepared and applied, so some fading will occur, similar to how denim fades.
Care information: A cold hand wash will give the best result. Although a cool and gentle machine wash is ok (preferably a handwash cycle) But! Your Thai Fisherman pants should be washed inside a washing bag and with like colours. No light or white detailing of any kind, as there will be some excess dye for the first few washes. Washing inside a washing bag will prevent your clothing from being stretched and damaged. Hang to dry. Do not iron. Some colour fading will occur over time and slight shrinkage is likely but then the fabric will relax with wear.