The 'hakama' is inspired by the pants worn by aikido practitioners. Patric Hollington paid a very particular attention to the line and the pace, he was thus attracted by the beauty of these pants, while saying not to understand anything with the rules of this sport.
The 'hakama' is at the same time a clothing of leisure or of exit, perfect to bask on Sunday at home, and remarkable for an exit to the Opera or at the time of a varnishing (finally when it will be possible again).
The waistband is elasticated and tightened by a tie in the same fabric and there are two large side pockets. The pleats, whether in the front or in the back are deep, give a nice fall to the fabric and facilitate the movement.
These pants combine style and personality without sacrificing comfort. If you take the plunge, you'll appreciate the remarkable luxury for our men to feel truly comfortable in their pants. And with those which would fear that one would confuse it with a skirt, Patric Hollington repeated with the envy: "it is not a skirt for men".