Replica 1942 US Army Khaki Chinos
The U.S. army first wore khaki in the Philippines during the Spanish-American war much later in the 1890s.
Khaki pants (Chinos) have proved as practical for civilians as they have for soldiers.
Made from pure twill cotton in a sandy and drab shade, they provided soldiers with a durable, comfortable and concealing trouser for difficult conditions.
Early chinos were produced in China hence the name ‘chino’, which is Spanish for Chinese.
This faithfully reproduced chino is from the third US Army issued version issued in 1942.
Crafted from 11.5 ounces of khaki cotton twill, it retains the original cut above the waist and a wide but not loose leg.
An understated wardrobe essential.
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