TrailBlazer Trousers


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Atacac sharewear no.35

We believe in open source fashion

As a part of our belief in transparency Atacac would like to share the pattern and 3D-model for this garment. As per our philosophy, this garment is free to download. However, we appreciate your support of our development by donating 10€ or 30€. 


We at Atacac believe that technology can help us figure out how to make clothes in a way that uses fewer resources and with good working conditions, which is where this series gets it’s name. We blaze a trail to hopefully inspire others to come up with new ideas about sustainability as well. Remember back in the ‘90s when we all wore giant trousers? And got really bummed out when the backs of them got all torn up because in addition to being super wide, they were also too long? Well, we solved the problem with the Trailblazing Trousers. These wide trousers are slightly cropped, lending them a nice swingy movement. Two patch pockets big enough to carry around your Discman if you’re feeling nostalgic, or just your giant smartphone if you weren’t even alive back then.

Print the pattern out on a large scale plotter or use the tile function if printing on a normal printer and print it in small pieces and then tape the pattern together.

When downloading you will get 4 different files. A png illustrating the garment, a pdf ready for print, a dfx that can be imported into any CAD/CAM software and a ZPrj with the pattern assembled in 3D. The ZPrj file can be viewed and  altered in CLO

The Atacac sharewear patterns are licensed under the Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA Creative Commons licences. This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon this work even for commercial purposes, as long as they credit Atacac and license their new creations under the identical terms. I.e. you are allowed to make changes and sell garments based on these pattern with the condition that you also share your developed pattern further for free.

This license is often compared to “copyleft” free and open source software licenses. All new works based on yours will carry the same license, so any derivatives will also allow commercial use.