Italian Chinos, surplus
"Original" Chinos! These are Italian army surplus, so they're definitely stylish at least. Being army stuff (although Italian), it's easy to believe they are better made than most Chinese-made trousers on the market.
Chino cloth was originally a type of khaki cotton twill that first came to use in military uniforms during the mid 19th century, and not so long after became immensely popular in civilian wardrobes too. These are classic "modern" Chino trousers, unissued army surplus - these came to us still wrapped in factory packaging.
Of course like most stuff made in the modern times, the fabric isn't 100 % cotton, but mostly polyester. The washing instructions said something about 50 degrees Celsius. 60 degrees might also work, but no guarantees about the result.
First the Italian size, then recommended user's height & measured waist of the trousers in centimetres. These sort of have a system with drop and everything, but it was a bit erratic. This is Italy.
Unissued Italian surplus
As said before, these have never been used. They have been stored for a long time, though.
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does not recommend
Niko T. 04.01.2017
Marko K. 17.07.2017
Jake W. 09.09.2017
But for the price, can't be beat, might just need some repairs every now and again due to the age.
Luke M. 24.09.2017 (Edited 24.09.2017)