U.S. Snopants · Loose Fit · Hand Machined Embroidery
These loose fit Original Snopants feature intricate free-hand Panther and Tiger embroideries across both legs.
“Yellow Peril Supports Black Power” The phrase originated from the 1960s civil rights movement, and can be commonly seen in a photo of former Black Panther Party Member Richard Aoki, proclaiming African and Asian solidarity. It is most often associated with the 1969 rally in Oakland, California, supporting Huey Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party.
Yin Yang represents duality; often found within Maharishi's own narratives, and explores how two polar opposites can compliment and interconnect within the natural world. The two halves that together complete wholeness, are also the starting point for change – both halves chase after each other as they seek a new balance.
Two front pockets with internal phone compartment
Rear pocket with press snap closure
Adjustable drawcord waist and hem
Preformed leg pattern for knee articulation
Converts into 3/4 length or shorts
Maharishi camo / reflective side seam tab
Cotton Poplin · 100% Cotton
1960’s era U.S. Army cotton poplin, reproduced exclusively for Maharishi. This lightweight cloth was introduced when the U.S. were invited to advise in Vietnam, and required a lighter cloth suitable for tropical conditions.
Shown with 3616 Samuranche Hooded Sweat
Model is 6'1 with a 30" waist and wears an L