Light Olive green Bermuda shorts
Free delivery from 200€ of purchase
Free return in France
Made in Europe
This summer goes light.
The olive green light bermuda shorts are a huge breath of elegance, in a few centimeters of fabric. Contrary to what one might think, “less tissue” hardly means “less work”. Yes, the finishes require as much work on a pair of trousers and shorts, since they are mostly on the top of the pants. The color of this olive green bermuda shorts is as soft as a sunrise facing the sea, as for its light fabric, we owe it to this Italian fabric in dyed yarns. Dye the yarns, then weave: which gives to the light bermuda shorts this two-tone and slightly nuanced side, perfect for the summer.
- Italian fabric certified OEKO-TEX
- 98% Cotton, 2% Elastane
- 170g/m2 fabric;
- Semi-slim fit
- 23 cm leg length
- Portugal manufacturing
Our model is 1.90m tall and wears a size 42.
The "casual" aspect of your Bermuda shorts will appear with time and washing, making them a unique piece!
Tip n°1 : Wash your Bermuda shorts for the first time alone, inside out and under 30°C maximum.
Tip n°2 : Wash them with an anti-discoloration wipe and then dry them in the open air inside out, never in the dryer, for better color retention over time.
Tip n°3 : Always iron your Bermuda inside out. Wash them as little as possible.
Free delivery from €200 purchase.
Delivery in France:
In a relay point: €4,5
At home: €6,5
Returns are free from France thanks to our pre-paid label.
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A know-how: trousers
Timeless cuts and exceptional materials, our pants are designed to last a long time, because we have worked on their robustness by relying on serious know-how. Our goal is simple: to provide you with elegant and robust essentials, made in the European Union as close as possible to your legs, always at the right price.
A collection of permanent
With a unique collection of permanent staff, we eliminate as much as possible the problems of overproduction, sales, unsold items and destruction. Our obsession: not to spoil anything and reduce our ecological footprint as much as possible.