Four hundred years ago, a word was born in Genoa, then translated from the French "Janua" by sailors; it became "jeans". Simultaneously, separated by both the Mediterranean and Red seas, vast swaths of Middle Eastern desert, the gulfs of Aden and Oman and the Arabian Sea, another word was born in a small dockside village near Mumbai, a village named "Dongri". After Genoa, those same French sailors named a native Indian fabric the "dungaree". Now, in 2017, we present you with a prime example; it's all in the name: vintage Seafarer cobalt blue "jean dungarees". Just like the French sailors wore. (A little geography/entomology/history lesson for ya'll, free of charge.) Fly zips up to a logoed snap button. 25" waist, 11" rise, 33" inseam.