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CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM
CHINO PANTS SLIM

narifuri

CHINO PANTS SLIM

¥19,800 ¥9,900

Color:
BLACK
BEIGE
Size:
L
XL

Part number: NF5011

While there are "bike pants" that specialize in bicycles,
Chinos created by pursuing a balance between bicycles and streetwear.

"Ridewear functions" and "Townwear materials"
A long-standing trial for the fusion of both images, which can be said to be the brand concept of narifuri. A universal one that is familiar to men and women of all ages born by mistake.
We use high-quality cotton yarn with beautiful luster and smoothness, and high-density woven material that has both durability and supple stretchability.
The hip part is doubled with fabric as reinforcement.
There are pockets on the back of both thighs that do not interfere with pedaling.
If you wear it, you will get a better atmosphere.
This is a basic item that can be worn casually or formal.


COTTON 98%, POLYURETHANE 2%

MADE IN JAPAN


Waist: L / 84 cm, XL / 89 cm Watari: L / 32 cm, XL / 34 cm
Rise: L / 25 cm, XL / 25.5 cm
Inseam: L / 81 cm, XL / 82 cm

Wearing model / Height: 170 cm Wearing size: M


What is narifuri? t19> Fashion brand.
We are creating new values ​​"dress = nari" and "behavior = furi".

・ "Casual" that can be freely worn in any scene as a uniform for city riding
・ A rule that highly combines the good tailoring that is suitable for business with the function and durability that can withstand riding. "Business"
that supports creative business styles that are not bound by "Active"

These three lines are the pillars of The function that assumes riding a bicycle and the design that blends into the city are the origins of narifuri.