Freenote Cloth Worker's Chino Slim Fit - 1990's U.S. Army Deadstock
The Freenote Cloth Worker's Chino is straight up vintage American military goodness. Using a 1990's U.S. Army deadstock fabric, the Freenote guys have created a modern slim chino that still manages to channel that military trouser vibe. This isn't the typical olive drab you normally see, on the contrary, this fabric has a brighter green cast to it that adds a ton of character. As the fabric breaks in with wear and washes, you'll see that brighter green peek through more and more to create a wonderful patina.
- Deadstock U.S. Army fabric from the 1990’s
- Coin pocket with herringbone detail
- Clean-finished interior with binding
- Pocketing made from indigo dyed fabric from Japan
- Custom leather branding
- Custom corozo buttons
What it's made out ofDeadstock U.S. Army fabric from the 1990’s
Where it's MadeU.S.A.
- Wear well and often before washing. Wash in cold water, hang dry
Fit & Measurement
- This chino has a slim straight fit and features a medium rise, a modern slim top block and a gradual taper from the knee to the leg opening.
- Sanforized twill
- 1” of stretch after initial wear
- 0.5” shrinking in waist and length after first wash.
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