Today’s consumers are increasingly more conscious about who makes their clothes. And where they’re from. Though fast fashion still reigns supreme, there are plenty of folks seeking upcycled and vintage finds. Not only is it more sustainable, but vintage clothes carry their own history and personality. Stains, faded colors, and rips are no longer blemishes on your clothes. They’re a time capsule. Maybe that’s why we’re so drawn to Lone Star’s blast-from-the-past patchwork fatigue pants. The stylish trousers were handsewn in a family-owned Los Angeles factory using military laundry bags from the ’70s. The result is a one-of-a-kind relaxed straight-fit pant with character for days. From the subtle ink lettering leftover from the original bags to the naturally faded shades of olive green, these are pants with a story. The fatigues are available in sizes ranging from 30 to 36 and Lone Star offers a free custom hem to any pair of trousers.