Classic Chino beige green broken twill

Classic Chino beige green broken twill


Cotton canvas chino, known as "classic", the closest to the original British army chinos, comfortable and resistant. It can be worn casually with a sweater, t-shirt, polo shirt or sports shirt on weekends, but also for casual fridays with a dressier shirt and blazer at the office.


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