Maharishi 2007 Utility Pant Lucas Patch Black
The Maharishi Tailor Company offers a faithful reconstruction of the utility pants worn by the U.S. Riverine units of the Vietnam era, constructed from organic washed cotton sateen and reinforced with flat-felled seams. The Riverine units were famed by the movie Apocalypse Now, finally directed by Coppola, not George Lucas. In the film, Harrison Ford has a small part as Colonel Lucas, before going to shoot Star Wars in 1979. Milius began adapting Conrad’s Heart of Darkness for a Vietnam War setting, and initially began developing the film with Coppola as producer and George Lucas as director. After Lucas became unavailable due to Star Wars, Coppola took over directoral control.
- LUCAS hand-machine embroidered nametape patch
- Maharishi Fine Tailor Company label
- Fixed waist with belt loops
- 2 front pockets with internal phone compartment
- 2 rear flap pockets with buttoned closure
1960’s era U.S. Army cotton sateen twill, reproduced in an organic yarn, exclusively for Maharishi. Used in SS21 to reproduce the uniforms worn by the U.S. Navy Riverine and helicopter support units, as well as for Eastern utility wear of the Civilian Regular Defence Group. The colour has been meticulously matched to the original uniforms in a OG-107FF
Delivery / Returns
All our UK deliveries are sent via Parcelforce and take 1-3 working days to arrive if sent at the standard rate
We are happy to offer an exchange or refund on unworn items with no sign of use, wear or damage in their original condition and packaging, with the returns form fully filled in.