S4 Double Pleat Cut Trousers

Chino cotton

Navy Blue

175,00 

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The chino is a post-war military surplus discovery. Originally found in kaki, it is now available in a full range of colors. Both dressy and casual, it became a must-have in any man’s wardrobe.

• Mill: Di Sondrio (United Kingdom)
• Composition: 98% Cotton 2% elastane
• Fabric Weight: 340 sq. meter
• Manufacturing: Italy
• Collection: Spring / Summer 2024

Color
Couleur-Matière
DiSondrio-Beige
DiSondrio-Blanc
DiSondrio-Navy
DiSondrio-Vert
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S4 : The Two Pleats Cut

We developed this two pleats fit following the success of our three initial fits. It solves a double dilemma: having a tailoring style while still keeping a slightly fitted shape.

It’s designed for men who are looking for stylish and tailored trousers with a modern look.

Chino

The term chino designates a model of pants, semi-casual, cut almost exclusively in cotton. Beige cotton of military camouflage, it was discovered in the Philippines during the Spanish-American conflict of 1898. Chinese merchants were selling pairs of pants that the Spanish called “pantalones chinos”, simply Chinese pants. The term passed directly into the English language alongside the term “khaki”. When the Americans arrive in Europe during the First World War, their use of cotton interests. But it was not until the end of the Second World War and even the 70s that this cotton chino often beige landed massively in Europe, where until today, its interest is not denied. It is as practical and versatile as jeans and can be worn in the working environment without any problem. In addition to the original sand color, it comes in an infinite number of other colors, almond a little gray, navy blue, brown, hazelnut, red, etc. …

Di Sondrio

Cotton is the leading material in men’s clothing. But there is cotton and there is cotton. Di Sondrio are among the finest in the world. Italian quality, of course.
In August 1895, in Sondrio, a small town in the heart of the Italian Alps near the Swiss border, two Swiss families joined forces to produce cotton yarns. Thus was born the company Spelty, Keller &C.O. which registered its first trademark in 1897. This region of Valtellina with its water resources is ideal for the work of the cotton fiber. An Italian, Alberto Fossati, buys the factory and develops the industrial aspect. During the First World War, he produced a uniform cloth, the « MASSAUA BLEU 10 SANFOR » which, once patented, became a reference for high quality work clothes. By 1951, the factory was so large that it employed half of the entire province’s workforce. In 1975, Fossati was nationalized and passed from hand to hand, first Tescon, then Lanerossi (Eni Group). Finally in the 2000s, the Marzotto group reorganized the plant and created the brand: Tessuti di Sondrio. In order to become more competitive, it invests heavily in the weaving and finishing processes. At the same time, it strengthens its presence in the local economy, an objective dear to all Italian weavers.

Upkeep

• Machine washable, 30°C maximum, delicate cycle

• Bleach forbidden

• Iron at 110°C maximum

• No tumble dry

• Wash inside out

• Iron inside out

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