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Men's chino trousers camel brown organic cotton gabardine Fursac - P3DROP-VP14-G005
Men's chino trousers Fursac - P3DROP-VP14-G005
Men's camel brown chino trousers Fursac - P3DROP-VP14-G005
Men's organic cotton gabardine chino trousers Fursac - P3DROP-VP14-G005

Organic cotton fitted chino pants

245 EUR
Color Camel brown
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Organic cotton gabardine fitted chino pants

  • Fitted cut
  • Zip fastening with 2 buttons and a clip
  • Tightening tab on the belt
  • Finished trousers bottom with invisible topstitching
  • Men chino trousers 97% cotton and 3% elastane
  • Cotton from organic farming
  • Model: size 40, 1,89 m tall
  • We recommend you to choose your usual size

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Organic cotton fitted chino pants

245 EUR

Gabardine

Naturally elastic, strong and waterproof, gabardine denotes a weave with oblique ribbing deriving from the serge, as well as the rainproof garments tailored from this cotton fabric. 

Chino

In the 19th century, this light-coloured cotton gabardine replaced, for the sake of discretion, the red tunics of English soldiers posted in India. Re-employed by the American army during the Second World War, the chino – thus called because the fabric is Chinese – found its place in wardrobes of demobilised GIs, and became popular on university campuses. It is still worn today in peace time, and if possible, under clement skies.