Everyday Chino in Camel


Chinos are the ultimate do-everything pants, and we’ve designed ours for maximum versatility. Made in Los Angeles from Japanese fabric, our chinos borrow details from high-end dress trousers while maintaining the easygoing, low-maintenance vibe that made us love them to begin with. Wear them with a dress shirt and sportcoat at the office, or rolled up with a tee and sneakers on the beach. It’s hard to go wrong with these.

Color: Camel

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We’ve partnered with a manufacturer that specializes in denim and other hard-wearing pants. Their experience with time-tested construction methods has allowed us to make chinos that are both refined and durable.


• Slim-straight leg, medium-high rise
• 100% combed cotton twill from Japan, 8.5osy/285gsm 
• Italian horn buttons
• Chambray lining and piped seams
• Split waistband
• French fly with three-button closure
• Tucked belt loops
• Hidden stitches
• Hidden inner pocket
• Made in California, USA

Shipping Details

The Everyday Chino in Camel will ship January 6th, 2020.

Ships January 6th, 2020


A slim-straight leg with a mild taper (and a bit of extra space in the thigh) is paired with a slightly higher rise to keep your shirt tucked in (if you want it tucked in to begin with). It’s a small update to a classic shape that will look at home with a blazer and brogues or a tee and sneakers.

Design Details

Like with high-end trousers, our chinos feature a split curtained waistband. This attractive and functional detail allows for the waist to be easily adjusted by a tailor so that the fit can stay perfect, even if your waistline changes. The French fly, extended waistband, and hidden seams keep everything streamlined and polished, while bar tacks provide strength at high-stress points. We finish these off with matte buffalo horn buttons from Northern Italy, chambray lining, and a secret fifth pocket for keys and loose change.


This classic cotton twill fabric is both smooth and hard-wearing. Made in Japan, the cotton is combed before weaving, which removes the smaller fibers from the threads. This makes the fabric stronger and ensures that it stays nice and crisp after dozens of washes. The fabric weighs in at 285 gsm, so it feels sturdy but not overly heavy.