Slim Straight

Lightweight Chinos - Blue

$98.00 Sale: $38.00

What you need to know

Maybe you're between seasons. Perhaps you inhabit a warmer clime. Or possibly, you just enjoy your pants extra light and comfortable. If you find yourself included in the above, allow us to suggest our Lightweight Chinos. Featuring a lighter fabric weight than our standard Washed Chinos, they're a breeze to wear, easy to pair, and with their more subdued pocket liners, a tad more office-friendly.

Color
Blue
Detailing
Button-closure fly and back pockets, striped Oxford cloth pocket liners
Fabric
100% cotton lightweight 5.5 oz chino fabric
Rise
Medium rise, with some magic in the seat to be comfortable but not frumpy
Thigh
Flattering cut is neither too tight nor too loose
Waist
Curved waist band for better fit and no bunching of fabric
Care
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. Remove promptly, warm iron if needed.
Finish
Slim Straight - Taper to the leg and a slight narrowing of the knees and thighs
Availability
LIMITED EDITION. We only make these once per year

Customer Reviews

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The group Color Me Badd would have a hit with this one!! Though the slim straight fit fits great, the color is off. Should've been labled a light purple. Not sure what my next move is..........Maybe if i explain to the boss that the description said blue, he'll let me wear 'em at work.

Great fit, super comfortable, fantastic color

I agree with the other reviewer in that there is a LOT of purple in these. Depending on the lighting they vary from essentially indigo to a very deep purple-blue. Personally I really like it as I already have a pair of straight indigo pants. The fabric in these things is ludicrously soft and comfortable. I have literally had lounge/pajama pants that aren't as comfortable as these. Quite likely the single most comfortable pair of pants I've ever owned, and they still manage to look like slacks. The only real complaint I can even think of is that they do wrinkle quite a bit when I wash them even if I hang dry as soon as the washer quits, so they do take a couple minutes with an iron.