Made in Europe
Brava Fabrics

Oversize Pants Storm

£52.00 £111.00

Airy organic cotton and linen blend make these a perfect choice for summer

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85% organic cotton, 12% linen, 3% elastane


Oversized fit

Cuffs for rolling

Tole is 6,1" and wears size 30

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Elasticated waistband

Two front pockets, two back pockets with buttons

Clothing Care

Care: Wash at or below 30°c, Do not tumble dry. Iron low (max. 110 °c).

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Group 21

Free UK delivery.

Dispatched from the designer in Spain - no customs fees should be charged.


Combining comfort and style Brava's oversized pants are made with a lovely organic cotton and linen blend fabric. Barcelona based Brava Fabrics craft characterful menswear fairly in Portugal with organic and recycled fabrics.


  • Fits true to size. Take your normal size
  • Oversized fit
  • Cuffs for rolling
  • Model Tole is 6,1" and wears size 30

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Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Made in Portugal 

Sustainable materials

Brand visits factory regularly

Brava Fabrics Oversize Pants Storm footprint


Founded in 1996 and based in Northern Portugal, Vieira and Faria are a well respected factory known for their quality craftsmanship. They are committed to building trusted relationships with partners and hold GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification.

The Fair Wear Foundation considers Portugal a low risk country for the production of clothes, meaning that Fair Wear deems there to be functioning institutions and legislation that protect workers rights. Portugal's main labour law is relatively strict in comparison to other garment producing countries and there is a system to lodge complaints.

Brava Fabrics has an employee based in Portugal who works closely with all their Portuguese factories, in addition to this Brava visit every season. Brava has drawn up a code of conduct based on the labour principles set out by WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production). Brava sends this document to all their cut and sew factories to sign and follow it. This code covers matters of fair wages, chosen, adult labour, a safe working environment, the freedom to unions and collective bargaining, reasonable working hours, no discrimination, harassment or abuse, environmentally conscious practises, adherence to national laws and custom laws.


Organic cotton helps farmers escape the health risks and financial burden of toxic chemicals involved in conventional cotton production. It also helps wider communities by maintaining (rather than draining) the local water supply and keeping it clean.

Flax (from which linen fibres are derived) is resilient and can grow in poor soil, using far less water in its cultivation than cotton. According to the European Confederation of Linen and Hemp, “Across its lifecycle, a linen shirt uses 6.4 litres of water” compared to 2,700 litres for a cotton shirt. (Good On You) Flax production also replenishes the soil with vital nutrients that are depleted by cotton. 

All of Brava Fabrics cut and sew and fabric processing factories are based in Europe, they are obligated to follow the EU laws on chemical and colour handling and methods, and the discarding of chemicals and dyes.

Country of origin


Trousers cut and sew: Vieira & Faria, Portugal (GOTS)

Fabric: Sidogras, Spain

Zipper & Button supplier: YKK, Japan

Areas For Development

Brava’s partner factories in Spain and Portugal subcontract work on rare occasions when capacity is full. This subcontracting must be approved by Brava product managers and a product manager will visit the subcontracted factory to confirm the factory and working conditions meet Brava’s standard. We'd like to see Brava develop a system for sharing accredited subcontractors with interested parties.

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