Product number: 80420051301
"OFFICERS SHORT CHINO" with an unusually simple design for Nigel Cabourn
These shorts are made from the same material as Nigel Cabourn's standard chino pants, BASIC CHINO PANT and NARROW CHINO PANT.
The design is based on the trousers commonly called MacArthur Chino, which were used in the United States in the 1940s.
By adding a tuck to the waist, the silhouette is rugged yet not unfashionable.
Nigel Cabourn-like details with plenty of vintage feel, such as pockets and buttons.
The hip pocket has a one-sided design that is often seen in vintage styles.
The length is neither too short nor too long, and the silhouette is quite loose, just like military pants.
Imagine the big silhouette often seen in Nigel's own summer outfits.
Shorts that adult men should wear to match plain T-shirts and shirts.
The jacket style is also recommended.
Goes well with sandals, sneakers, and short shoes for a wider range of coordination.
The original high-quality cotton that is densely woven has a unique luster even without chemical processing, and it evolves further by wearing it.
This item is filled with Nigel's desire to enjoy the wonderful aging of the shoes after wearing them for several years.
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MADE IN JAPAN
Width: 32/37 cm, 34/40 cm, 36/42 cm
Inseam: 32/30 cm, 34/32 cm , 36/35 cm
Crossing: 32/32 cm, 34/34 cm, 36/36 cm
Bottom width: 32/30 cm ,34/33 cm,36/36 cm
Nigel What is Cabourn
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 4000 items that he has collected over the past 30 years, his collection transcends time and is reborn into something new.
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.