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    Navy Blue Seersucker Chinos

    €119.00

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    Size advice

    Choose the same size as your regular pants for a snug fit. In between sizes, take the next size up.

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    Description

    Summery and elegant by nature.

    The navy blue seersucker chinos takes its name from its material. Seersucker is a lightweight cotton fabric with an embossed look that gives it a singular texture and unmistakable style. But the real strength of these pants lies in their comfort. Thanks to its unique fabric, the navy blue seersucker chinos lets the air flow as close to your legs as possible.

    Inspired by our iconic classic Chino, you'll find the semi-slim cut and sartorial finishes at the cutting edge of elegance.

    - Italian fabric
    - 99% Cotton, 1% Elastane
    - 240g/m2 canvas
    - Semi-slim cut
    - 86 cm inseam length
    - Made in Morocco

    Our model is 1.89m and wears a size 40. 

    Advice and caring

    Tip n°1 : Wash your pants for the first time alone, upside down and under 30°C maximum.

    Tip n°2 : Dry it in the open air inside out, never in the dryer as this could damage the material and cause it to shrink.

    Tip n°3 : Always iron your pants inside out.

    Shipping and return

    Livraison offerte dès 200€ d'achat.


    Livraison en France métropolitaine :
    En point relais : 4,5€
    À domicile : 6,5€
    Click&Collect : Gratuit

    Livraison à l'international :
    À partir de 10€

    Les retours sont gratuits depuis la France grâce à notre étiquette prépayée.

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