When people think of Canadian fashion, it's usually the classic all-denim Canadian Tuxedo, maybe with a bit of plaid thrown in for good measure.\nBut anyone who spent any time growing up in the 90s knows the truest and most important piece of fashion in Canadian history was one very simple pair of pants: Modrobes.\nThe multi-coloured buckle-clip pants that were reminiscent of hospital scrubs and lacked any stretch whatsoever had a stronghold on Canadian fashion, and now Aritzia, another Canadian fashion company, has done the unthinkable and started selling pants that look almost EXACTLY like Modrobes.\nView this post on Instagram One-shoulder tops and all the neon. Meet the new ‘90s collection by Tna. - #aritzia #styleinspo #ootd #new A post shared by Aritzia (@aritzia) on May 6, 2019 at 8:57am PDT\nView this post on Instagram who else had a pair of modrobes ?! #modrobes #yellow #gotanoldtubofclothesouttoday #throwback A post shared by ➶gratitude gives (@chelssealeee) on Apr 17, 2013 at 4:33pm PDT\nIn the first photo, you can see the new Tna pants, which are being sold at Aritizia for $110. The second photo was taken from Instagram and shows how similar the new Tna pants are to the classic Modrobes.\nModrobes were designed and made in Canada by Sarnia-born Steven Sal Debus. In an article with Vice, he told the tale of designing the pants for an entrepreneurship class, calling them "Exam Pants." After getting a 70 on the assignment, he decided to go through with the business plan and Modrobes were officially born.\nView this post on Instagram Comfy Crotch Pleasers. (@oasfour - these belong to you, apparently. #modrobes #crotchpleasers #madeincanada #funny A post shared by Leila A. (@lillyzee) on Sep 8, 2013 at 9:09am PDT\nView this post on Instagram 💎Mod Robe Monday💎 #ryanwohlgemut #modrobes #madeincanada 🇨🇦 A post shared by R Y A N W O H L G E M U T (@ryanwohlgemut) on Aug 6, 2018 at 6:08pm PDT\nThe pants' popularity skyrocketed like anything that exists in the semi-underground world of University campuses and before long dweeby 12-year-olds like me were buying them from our local Jean Machines or Boathouses to cash in on the cool.\nTna's new take on the pants are 100% cotton, not a poly-cotton blend like the original, and they also have an elastic tapered bottom and some extra pockets... but you see what I'm talking about, right?! They're totally the 2019 version of Modrobes.\nView this post on Instagram Lots of “exam pants” :P in stock. Perfect for ~back2school~ . . . #modrobes #tbt #throwbackthursday #raver #vintage #thrift #ifitsfunkywewillfindit #90s #90sfashion #00s #00sfashion #2000s #workpants #workwear #streetwear #skateboarding #scarborough #toronto A post shared by @ superduperskateboards on Aug 23, 2018 at 1:17pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram #modrobes #90sfashion A post shared by Jordan (@tithorien) on Jan 5, 2018 at 11:01am PST\nYou can still find the real, original Modrobes for sale online on eBay for anywhere from $50 to $60, so if this article has made you nostalgic for Comfy Crotch Pants and you don't have $110 to drop at Aritizia, you can just go and buy yourself some of the vintage classics.\nWhat would be even better is if Sal Debus would just reopen his shop on Dupont in Toronto and give us back the comfy pants we deserve. I know more than a handful of girls in the Mile End that would for sure buy a pair...\nView this post on Instagram Nothing beats this 90s Canadian comfort! Northern Getaway & Northern Reflections sweaters and Modrobes. God I miss my Modrobes lol Anyone else?? I can't be the only one LOL #90sfashion #modrobes #northerngetaway #northernreflections #lovethe90s #flashback #backinmyday #canadafashion A post shared by One Sick 90s Chick (@loveofthe90s) on Nov 19, 2016 at 5:29am PST\nView this post on Instagram RIP Modrobes🙏. Found this sticker, was circa 2000 I believe... I still have a pair somewhere in storage... #modrobes #ravergear #raverpants #2000s #2000 #torontofashion #cheekymonkey A post shared by Sharon Luk (@curiosityandvice) on Feb 6, 2016 at 3:24pm PST\nI hope this article brought you warm and fuzzy memories of growing up in Canada in the 90s... it truly was a beautiful time. Here's "Steal My Sunshine," by Len to just round out this Canadian feel-good nostalgia moment.\nMy parting words: If she doesn't remember Modrobes, she's too young for you bro.\nHead to Vice.com to read their full interview with Steven Sal Debus about this history of Modrobes.\nHead to Artizia.com to purchase the unofficial 2019 version of the iconic 90s pants.