Chinos is very famous and familiar pants, so there are many products in the world.
Beige and cotton stuff all tend to be called chinos.
Among them, there is a special category called weapons.
Not the meaning of a weapon, but the West Point Military Academy.
West Point is a place name.
Before the school was founded, it was a land where a fortress stood, and there is almost nothing around it other than the school.
The school aims to train officers who are commanders of the US military through extremely strict education for talented people.
Under strict norms, leather shoes are required to be polished enough to show the face, and chinos are center-pressed in high-quality products.
It was different from ordinary chinos, which are casual and cheap.
This product also uses twin yarn.
By using ultra-long cotton, it is possible to twist into high-density yarn with few fiber joints, that is, with less fluff.
Weaving is done by driving the thread at a higher density.
* Since this product is a continuous product, the product number listed and the product number purchased may differ.
MADE IN JAPAN
Width (waist): 32/39 cm, 34/42 cm, 36/44 cm
Rise: 32/33 cm, 34/34 cm, 36/34.5cm
Inseam: 32/84 cm, 34/86 cm, 36/87 cm
Thicknes of thigh: 32/36 cm, 34/38 cm, 36/40 cm
Hem width: 32/25 cm, 34/25 cm, 36/26 cm
What is Nigel Cabourn?
A world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor wear. A collection of British designer Nigel Kavon.
Inspired by more than 4000 vintage collections over 30 years, his collection is timeless and new.
It is very characteristic that Nigel himself divides his own design into British production (authentic line) and Japanese production (main line).
The former uses mainly British materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items produced at Macintosh factories and Scottish knit factories, and the latter is a unique fabric that can only be made in Japan. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we are creating a collection that is not found anywhere else.