S1 / Fit Cut - Cotton & Linen Canvas

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141,67 €

A pant that ticks all the right boxes for summer. A natural and soft color. A mix of linen and cotton. Simple and honest.

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Information: Please acknowledge that we are unable to exchange or refund trousers once they have been hemmed.

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In 1895, two Swiss families settled in a valley in the Italian Alps and set up a cotton factory called Spelty, Keller & C.O.. The village is called Sondrio and with time, "Cotoni di Sondrio" becomes a reference. What a pleasure to work with such prestigious and qualitative mills. This non-dyed fabric plays on the light opposition of the colors of the threads, with a very delicate mottled effect on the surface. The linen, so pleasant and cool in summer, is associated with cotton to give more structure and density. A very interesting pant, for a constructed and casual look at the same time.
Composition :

54% Cotton 46% Linen - 410g/m


Care instructions :

Cotton and linen withstand water, these pants are made to be machine washed, however to avoid shrinking, do not use too hot programs (above 30°) with too strong wringing (1000 turns and +), prefer softer programs. Do not use dryer if you do not want to end up with shorts!

S1/ FIT CUT

In between a skinny cut and a classic cut, our slim cut is just narrow enough to slim your silhouette. The trousers are to be worn at the waist, on the hips. The rest of the legs, thigh and calf are close to the body without being uncomfortable.

  • Waistband in shirt fabric
  • Curved gusset pocket
  • In-seam pocket
  • Two double welted back pocket
  • D-tack
  • After dinner split
  • Three-button closing
  • Zip fly
  • Suspenders buttons

INFORMATION

Please note that once your trouse have been cut, no return or exchange will be accepted.

Furthermore, ordering an alteration modify the delivery time.

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