Posted by Lucca Verrelli

Stan Ray produces hard-wearing and stylish workwear at their factory in Crockett, Texas. Founded in 1972 by Earl Beard, Stan Ray’s pants have become cult favourites among those seeking a durable and well-made pair with a timeless quality that is hard to come by. Although their collection is fairly large and includes seasonal items, outerwear, knitwear, pants and a variety of accessories, there is a lineup of essential styles that are always available. We are proud to offer some of these core styles at The Foxhole. 
Arguably the most essential style produced by Stan Ray are the fatigue pants. Inspired by Vietnam-era OG107 army trousers, they are known for their minimalist 4 pocket design, including baker style patch pockets, button flap back pockets and relaxed fit that is not only comfortable but looks good in any decade. They are produced in a variety of fabrics — at The Foxhole we have them available in the essential, military grade olive cotton sateen as well as the black cotton twill.
A close second in terms of popularity are the OG painter pants. Much like their name suggests, these were designed with painters in mind and include the many pockets and hammer loops one might need for the job. Even if you’re not a painter by trade, you can still benefit from the utilitarian design and roomy fit. Although the natural drill is the most traditional option, we also have them available in indigo and hickory stripe denim for those who may be worried about sporting any accidental coffee stains.
Additionally, we have the shop jacket in indigo denim available. This a classic denim work jacket with 4 patch pockets, triple needle stitched seams and riveted buttons. Wear it as a spring jacket, or layered over a hoodie in the fall, it is a highly versatile piece of outerwear  that you will enjoy for many years.