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Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White
Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White

Gwinnett, Archive Men's Cotton Sateen Slim Fit Chino Shorts in White

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Onsloe | SLIM-FIT-CHINO-SHORTS

Description

Our Japanese Twill Shorts are tailored by our workshop with single needle double layer side seams, unconstructed comfort waistband, and genuine Tagua Nut (Corozo) buttons. 

Onsloe Curator 

Great Chino shorts require a fabric that can stand up to prolonged wear, yet be soft to the touch. To find the optimal fabric, we turned to the expert cotton weaver, Kurabo, in Japan. We selected a medium-weight American Supima Cotton, known for its exceptional fiber length.

Details

Soft waistband and "Onsloe" embroidery on inside waistband.

Content

100% American Supima Cotton Woven in Japan. Small Batch Weaving.

Warranty

3-Year "Wear-No Tear"

Delivery

As we make every single piece just for you, please allow 10 working days for our tailors to complete your order, and an additional 4 days for transit. 

Care Instructions

Machine wash warm with like colors / Do not bleach / Line dry / Cool iron if needed or dry clean

Returns 

30 Days Free Return on all orders. NOTE! Personal Monogram voids return privileges.

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