This weekend Self Edge released a new product that I have been particularly excited to see. The Jungle Cloth pants produced by Toyo and designed by Self Edge are made to outlast and out work any khakis you can find elsewhere. The extremely durable jungle cloth is soft on the inside and tough on the outside so that it's essentially water proof due to the gross grain weave. The pants have been loomed by Toyo's mill to the USN specs in which the pants were originally made during the 1920s through 1950s. While I'm not totally in love with the dark stitching, the pants come in a beautifully dyed khaki, taped cotton twill seams, and indigo lined pockets which all get a thumbs up from me. The pants are one of the first non-denim bottoms ever offered by Self Edge and while I might be surprised to catch Mr. Babzani in them himself, I don't doubt these are one of the best pairs of pants out there.