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Label reads "Male Slacks & Jeans Made in the USA". Relive the days of Gerald Ford falling everywhere while KC & The Sunshine Band were "Gettin Down Tonight". These are hot hiphuggin pants in a most awesome bicentennial print of the stars and stripes with tight leg and big bellbottom opening of 20". Colors are still vivid and vibrant after all these years. Though these were meant for men, they are unisex. Talon zipper and clip/fastener closure. No back pockets so your ass will look good. Slit front pockets with no holes in em! Remember Kirsten Dunst in "Dick"?

*Measures 16" across waist laid flat. 9" rise. 30.5" inseam. They were hemmed by hand at some point. Possibility to be let out another inch if you need it.

*Most likely manufactured in anticipation of bicentennial fever - so ca. 1975/early 76

Bicentennial Spirit of '76 Hiphugger Bellbottom Pants ca. 1975


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 5 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people