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British Army 12 oz. Wide Leg Fit Chino Trousers

Size Guide
How to measure
Shoulder:
Measure straight across the back of the shirt, from one shoulder point to the other one.

 

Chest:
Measure straight across the buttoned chest, from one armpit to the other.

 

Sleeve
With your arm bent slightly, measure from the base of your neck along your shoulder, then over your elbow to your wrist bone.

 

Length
The tops length measurement is taken from the top of the shoulder, close to the mid side of your neck, following your body down to the point where you want your tops to end.

 

Waist:
The waistband is measured from side to side along the top edge. Double that number to determine the leg opening measurement.

 

Seat:
Measure the hip at 6 inches / 15cm from the top front waistband. Double that number for total seat measurement.

 

Front Rise:
The front rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the front waistband.

 

Back Rise:
The back rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.

 

Thigh:
The thigh is measured 1" / 2.54cm below crotch seam straight across the leg. Double that number for total thigh measurement.

 

Inseam:
Measure the length from the fork (where the legs meet at the crotch) to the pant hem, follow the inside seam.

 

Length:
Measure straight from top of the waistband to the edge of the hem.

 

Leg Opening:
This is measured straight across the leg opening. Double that number to determine the leg opening measurement.

 

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How to measure
Shoulder:
Measure straight across the back of the shirt, from one shoulder point to the other one.

 

Chest:
Measure straight across the buttoned chest, from one armpit to the other.

 

Sleeve
With your arm bent slightly, measure from the base of your neck along your shoulder, then over your elbow to your wrist bone.

 

Length
The tops length measurement is taken from the top of the shoulder, close to the mid side of your neck, following your body down to the point where you want your tops to end.

 

Waist:
The waistband is measured from side to side along the top edge. Double that number to determine the leg opening measurement.

 

Seat:
Measure the hip at 6 inches / 15cm from the top front waistband. Double that number for total seat measurement.

 

Front Rise:
The front rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the front waistband.

 

Back Rise:
The back rise is measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.

 

Thigh:
The thigh is measured 1" / 2.54cm below crotch seam straight across the leg. Double that number for total thigh measurement.

 

Inseam:
Measure the length from the fork (where the legs meet at the crotch) to the pant hem, follow the inside seam.

 

Length:
Measure straight from top of the waistband to the edge of the hem.

 

Leg Opening:
This is measured straight across the leg opening. Double that number to determine the leg opening measurement.

 

** Need more help? you can Contact Us to help you. **

Color
White
Size

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DETAILS
  1. 12 oz. narrow fabric produced by antique looms, 100% cotton
  2. Natural corozo buttons
  3. COATS® sewing threads
  4. Brass buckle-back, made in Japan
  5. Machine washable, Wash and dry inside out with like colors
SIZE & FIT
  1. Model Height: 5' 8”, Weighs: 163 lbs, Wearing size W32/M
Size Waist Seat
IN CM IN CM
W30/XS 29.5  75 38.6  98
W31/S 31.1  79 39.8  101
W32/M 32.7  83 41.3  105
W33/L 34.3  87 42.9  109
W34/XL 35.8  91 44.9  114
W35/XXL 37.4  95 46.9  119

Size Length Thigh
IN CM IN CM
W30/XS 39.4  100 25.2  64
W31/S 39.8  101 26.0  66
W32/M 40.2  102 26.8  68
W33/L 40.9  104 27.6  70
W34/XL 41.3  105 28.3  72
W35/XXL 41.7  106 29.1  74

Size Front Rise Leg Opening
IN CM IN CM
W30/XS 13.0  33 17.7  45
W31/S 13.0  33 18.1  46
W32/M 13.4  34 18.9  48
W33/L 13.8  35 19.7  50
W34/XL 14.2  36 20.5  52
W35/XXL 14.2  36 20.5  52

Measurements reflect garment dimensions. Please use this chart as a general guide as measurements are approximate.

In order to best determine fit, it may be helpful to compare our garment’s measurements to a similar garment you already own. Lay your garment on a flat surface and take all measurements from the outside of the garment.

Click here to check out our Garment Measuring Guide.

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DESCRIPTION

It Inspired by the popular Chino Pants of the early 20th century, has been redesigned. The loose-fitting version, stitched in the same way as old-school pants, has a classic 19th-century button front pocket with an enlarged opening for easy access to items for daily life or riding. Add Paris buckle to lower back to adjust excess space at the waist. A special washing process is carried out on the whole, and there will be folds at the line to make the old effect, restoring the antique style of the old times.

The predecessor of the chino was developed by Sir Harry Lumsden in 1848 while stationed in India to camouflage his white uniform. He mixed a combination of coffee, curry, and mulberries for dye, and this new shade, dubbed khaki (the Hindi word for “dust”), blended into the arid setting. Although now used interchangeably with “chino,” khaki refers to the dye color Lumsden created.

The first reference to chinos came in 1898, when American armed forces were stationed in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War and their uniforms were sourced from Chinese twill cotton. This colloquial term was born from the Spanish name for “China”.

After WWII, returning GIs began wearing the plain-front trousers, and chinos were a common sight on college campuses, where they began to define the East Coast, Ivy League aesthetic. Hollywood soon followed, leading a generation to define chinos as a symbol of effortlessly cool American style.