Apparently! That's according to Science News. These trousers were recently discovered in Chinese tombs and radiocarbon dating says they are over 3000 years old. Researchers are calling these the oldest pants in the world.
A graveyard excavation in Yanghai, China, turned up two ancient herders wearing wool trousers designed for horseback riding. Their trousers were not made by cutting cloth, but rather, each section was shaped on the loom and then sewn together to create the clothing.
Those designs on the legs look rather stylish.
Early Europeans and Asians wore gowns, but those outfits certainly weren't ideal once horse riding began to emerge between 3400 and 4000 years ago. The trousers are older than the 2600-year-old "Cherchen Man" who was buried in burgundy pants. Likewise, stylish!