Chino pants are very famous and familiar pants, and the world is overflowing with many products.
There is even a tendency to call all beige cotton chinos.
Among them, there is a special category called Weapon.
It doesn't mean weapons, it refers to West Point Military Academy.
West Point is a place name.
Before the founding of the school, there was a fortress on the land, and there is almost nothing around it except for the school.
Soldiers are classified into ranks from Private to Officer.
The purpose of the school is to train officers who will become commanders of the US military through extremely strict gifted education.
According to strict standards, leather shoes are required to be polished enough to reflect the face, and chino pants are center-pressed to high quality products.
They were different from casual and cheap ordinary chino pants.
In general, two-ply yarn is stronger and more expensive than single-ply yarn, and this is the reason why chino cloth woven using a certain number of two-ply yarns is called a "weapon".
This product also uses two-ply yarn.
And the material is super long cotton with long fibers.
By using extra-long cotton, there are fewer joints between the fibers, which means that it is possible to twist the yarn into a high-density yarn with less fluff.
Threads are woven with even higher density.
*This product is a continuation product, so the product number listed may differ from the product you purchased.
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MADE IN JAPAN
Waist: 32/81cm, 34/86.4cm, 36/91cm
Rise: 32/32 cm, 34/35.2cm, 36/36.7cm
Inseam: 32 /85.2cm, 34/86.7cm, 36/88cm
Watari: 32/37.5cm, 34/39cm, 36/40.5cm
Bottom width: 32/25.7cm, 34/26.4cm, 36/27.1cm
A collection of British designer Nigel Cabourn, who is also a world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear, and outdoor wear.
Inspired by the vintage collection of over 4,000 items that he has collected over the past 30 years, his collection is timeless and reborn.
It is very characteristic that Nigel divides his own designs into British production (authentic line) and Japan production (main line).
For the former, we mainly use British-origin materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items that are produced in Mackintosh factories and knit factories in Scotland. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we create a collection that cannot be found anywhere else.