Chino trousers of military inspiration, soft fit, 100% cotton. Belted pocket with flap and button. Front closure with metal buttons. The fabric production is Japanese with red selvedge.
It can be used in any occasion in a pseudo-formal way, but also in a completely sporty way with t-shirts and sneakers. Machine wash at 30°.
Around the middle of the 19th century the use of these trousers began, first in India by the English colonialists and later they were given to the American war forces. Their name Chino is due to their original use by Filipino peasants, called Chinos by American soldiers, who returned from the American Hispanic War.
These trousers are also known as khaki because of their dusty color obtained by dipping white cotton into a mixture of coffee and sand.
In the civil field it spread after the two world wars among American university students on campuses who welcomed former soldiers as part of their degree courses to help them reintegrate into civil society.