Jasmine blue regular Chinos
No filter with Chino.
We often revisit emblematic pieces. Today we question everything for a back to basics. No filter with the jasmine blue Chino pants. Originally, the Chino is a British military trousers, then popularized in American universities. We wanted to find the essence of this fashion icon.
The regular cut of the jasmine blue Chino has many advantages, its comfort above all. A slightly heavier material for a perfect fit: we worked from a cotton “drill”. It is a diagonal weave with a certain relief at the level of the oblique lines of the fabric, which recall the construction of denim.
For finishes, we keep a rough but robust style: a single button at the waist, simple piping on the back pockets and reinforced seams with bartacks on the side.
The regular Chino: free, very free.
- 98% cotton, 2% elastane
- Regular fit, wide leg fit
- Dyeing and finishing France
- Inside leg length 86 cm (size 34)
- Portuguese manufacture, GOTS certified workshop
- Fabric weight: 330g/m2
Our model is 1.90m and wears a size 42.
The "casual" aspect of your Chinos will appear with time and washing, making them a unique piece!
Tip n°1 : Wash your Chinos for the first time alone, upside down and under 30°C maximum.
Tip n°2 : Wash them with an anti-discoloration wipe and then dry it in the open air inside out, never in the dryer, for better color retention over time.
Tip n°3 : Always iron your Chinos 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, 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.