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Straight Leg Chino - Carlisle Twill

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Product Description

Straight leg, button-fly Chino.  Made in San Francisco, Calif. USA of US-woven 9 oz twill and finished at the legendary Carlisle Finishing Co. (ca. 1956) in Carlisle, South Carolina. "Model" is 6' 4" 180 lbs. and wearing size 33.  Fit guide:  https://goo.gl/NW3x1F  

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  1. great cloth, great chinos 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jan 2017

    Just simply an extremely high quality cloth, and super solid non-nonsense construction -- makes it all style and all substance. I hope these are restocked in my size, I'd get several more.

  2. Solid 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Dec 2016

    Great fabric, super solid construction, no nonsense - pretty much a perfect pair of chinos. Thanks Tellason!

  3. Amazing fit and quality true to all Tellason products 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Nov 2016

    Outstanding quality and the fit is incredible (not too tapered for a relaxed old guy). I'm 6ft 3in and 83kg - the 33in waist fits perfectly. 10/10 chino that can't be beaten. Wish I bought 2 pairs while they still had my size. Tellason forever.

    Stop reading reviews and buy this product!

  4. Who knew Tellason made chinos as well as their jeans??? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Aug 2016

    First off, Galey & Lord closing their plant is like Cone Denim closing their doors... end of an era (or 2 or 3!), buy while you still can! Tellason is known for denim, and I am a huge fan but their biggest secret are the "secondary" items ... duck canvas pants, chinos, sweatshirts. These pants treat you the same way as your favorite jeans, the more the wear, the more they thank you. If I am not selling you on them, I have a 75 year old dad that jumped on board ... he even wears them with just a white t shirt like he did 60 years ago, (from a guy that only would wear collared shirts with khakis till he got these pants!). Good work once again Pete and Tony!