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CHINO FITTING GUIDE
A pair of chinos might become your best friend – if you choose them carefully and treat them well. You’ll have good days and you’ll have bad days when you wear them. You’ll spend more time in them than with any other friend. That’s why it’s extra important that you find the right fit.
 
LOOSE FIT
MARLEY has a contemporary fit that caters to a more relaxed silhouette that is quickly becoming the most sought after on the market. A mid-rise waist and straight leg gives it a bit of a streetwear look without being too baggy.
 
REGULAR FIT
THEO / STEVEN / SCOTT / KARL. These chinos sit slightly lower on the waist and have a slightly tapered leg. A classic yet modern trouser that fits amazingly on almost everyone. These chinos come in various fabrics, colors, and weights. All with that perfect fit.
 
SLIM FIT
MARCO is our best-selling chino style. It has been updated with simplified back-pocket stitching. For extra comfort, it’s made in stretchable, garment-dyed, Italian twill.
 
SKINNY FIT
THE BLACK CHINO / JOE.

The Black Chino is designed to convert the jeans gurus to our chinos religion.

Joe is our slim-cut chino with perfect tailored fit. Tapered legs and mid-rise waist. Double back pocket flaps and real horn buttons.
 
Khaki is more than one color
The origin of the color khaki was a natural process. And, as always in natural processes, you can’t predict the final result. This is why khaki can’t be defined as one single color. It’s a palette of varying nuances and tones.

Originally, Afghanistan tribes used the mazari palm to dye fabrics in an early version of desert camouflage. The word khaki is Urdu for dust or soil.

What’s the perfect khaki? We say it’s not one. It’s many. Depending on fabric, wash, occasion, and other factors. And since we’re total nerds, we developed 10 different khakis from scratch and created our chino collection from them.

Why? Because today we can predict the result of dying, and we think it’s much too boring with just one color. So you can find exactly the right nuance of khaki that you love.
 
The chinos’
evolution
To camouflage his white pants, which actually were PJs, in India in 1848, Sir Harry Lumsden took inspiration from the Afghan tribes and mixed a combination of coffee, curry, mulberries, and mazari palm for dye. He called the color khaki. Probably without knowing it, he created a unique milestone in fashion history. That’s why the word khakis is often used to describe pants that we know as chinos today. Chinos became standard issue in the US Army, when US forces were stationed in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. The uniforms were sourced from Chinese twill cotton and the term chino was born from the Spanish name for China. After WWII, returning soldiers began wearing chinos every day and soon the chino was a symbol for a relaxed, effortless, American style.
CHINO FITTING GUIDE
A pair of chinos might become your best friend – if you choose them carefully and treat them well. You’ll have good days and you’ll have bad days when you wear them. You’ll spend more time in them than with any other friend. That’s why it’s extra important that you find the right fit.
 
LOOSE FIT
MARLEY has a contemporary fit that caters to a more relaxed silhouette that is quickly becoming the most sought after on the market. A mid-rise waist and straight leg gives it a bit of a streetwear look without being too baggy.
REGULAR FIT
THEO / STEVEN / SCOTT / KARL. These chinos sit slightly lower on the waist and have a slightly tapered leg. A classic yet modern trouser that fits amazingly on almost everyone. These chinos come in various fabrics, colors, and weights. All with that perfect fit.
 
SLIM FIT
MARCO is our best-selling chino style. It has been updated with simplified back-pocket stitching. For extra comfort, it’s made in stretchable, garment-dyed, Italian twill.
SKINNY FIT
THE BLACK CHINO / JOE.

The Black Chino is designed to convert the jeans gurus to our chinos religion.

Joe is our slim-cut chino with perfect tailored fit. Tapered legs and mid-rise waist. Double back pocket flaps and real horn buttons.
 
Khaki is more than one color
The origin of the color khaki was a natural process. And, as always in natural processes, you can’t predict the final result. This is why khaki can’t be defined as one single color. It’s a palette of varying nuances and tones.

Originally, Afghanistan tribes used the mazari palm to dye fabrics in an early version of desert camouflage. The word khaki is Urdu for dust or soil.

What’s the perfect khaki? We say it’s not one. It’s many. Depending on fabric, wash, occasion, and other factors. And since we’re total nerds, we developed 10 different khakis from scratch and created our chino collection from them.

Why? Because today we can predict the result of dying, and we think it’s much too boring with just one color. So you can find exactly the right nuance of khaki that you love.
 
The chinos’
evolution
To camouflage his white pants, which actually were PJs, in India in 1848, Sir Harry Lumsden took inspiration from the Afghan tribes and mixed a combination of coffee, curry, mulberries, and mazari palm for dye. He called the color khaki. Probably without knowing it, he created a unique milestone in fashion history. That’s why the word khakis is often used to describe pants that we know as chinos today.
Chinos became standard issue in the US Army, when US forces were stationed in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. The uniforms were sourced from Chinese twill cotton and the term chino was born from the Spanish name for China. After WWII, returning soldiers began wearing chinos every day and soon the chino was a symbol for a relaxed, effortless, American style.
 
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