Not many of these have survived over the last 100 years. From the extreme high-rise, to the dropped belt loops, these trousers are quintessential of the era. The trousers are a nice and wide straight-leg fit. All the bakelite buttons survive, including the original suspender buttons. The pants are a heavy herringbone wool, that haven't even begun to lose strength.
Condition is excellent. The striped lining suffers from staining and soil, but can possibly be helped with a dry-clean. The wool is immaculate, with minor visible shine from ironing over the years.