The invention of Bermuda shorts is attributed to native Bermudian and tea shop owner Nathaniel Coxon, who in 1914 hemmed the uniform pants of his employees allowing for more comfort in the heat. The British Army, stationed in Bermuda during World War I, adopted the shorts for wear in tropical and desert climates.
**Runs a bit small in sizing, reccomened to go up a full size from what you usually wear**
- COTTON canvas 100% Waterproof Fabric & Technique- Manufacture BRITISH MILLERAIN - England -
- 2 Flat rear pockets - Martingale tightening (double fork) DEADSTOCK VINTAGE 50s
- French and European manufacture
- Washing precautions: Washing 30°c
- Dryer Not recommended