Pay homage to the great Johnny Cash and lay the cornerstone to be the man in black
with this cool Selvage Chino by Rumble59. These pants are really a must-have due to the first-class selvage fabric, the detailed workmanship, the comfortable cut and of course the classic colour black. Definitely these chino pants are a worthy alternative to conventional denim pants and shouldn't lack in a rockabilly wardrobe.
Create a cool and classy vintage outfit with these high-class Selvage Chino Pants.
These chinos are based on an original pattern from the 40s. It's casual and has a comfortable fit. The typical colour for chinos is beige, but the classy colour black looks great too. The selvedge seams of the high-class twill fabric are visible at the coin pocket underneath of waistband or at hem - In case you prefer to wear a turn-up. The welt pockets at back provides enough space for a wallet
. The front convinces with traditional French pockets. The waistband is featured with matching logo-buttons for authentic suspenders. The elaborated inner workmanship looks great with pipings and a nice contrasting patch fabric with an anchor design. The classical shaped button-fly completes these pants perfectly. Guys, don't hesitate!
The convincing details of the Selvage Chino Pants - black at a glance:
Worth knowing about Chinos:
- Composition: 100% Cotton
- Colour: black
- classic cut of the 40s with straight leg and high rise
- Info: For the perfect size please take a look at the size chart!
- Attention: The suspenders shown on pics aren't included, but it could be ordered seperately! Get the suspenders right here!
The chinos found their beginning in the mid of the 19th century in India: At that time the twill fabric - which is typical for the chino pants - was used for British and French uniform pants. The so-called chino-twill is a rough cotton fabric with twill weave and is rooted in China. Pants of this fabric were worn by the Army especially on the Philippines. For Spanish has been the main language on this island the word China
became to the word Chino
very quickly. Till this day this designation is used for these comfortable pants. Around 1850 the chino trousers had a white colour. But soldiers dyed them with curry or coffee to make these pants more inured against dirt and dust. Due to the hot climate it was very important that the pants had an easy and comfortable fit as well as an absorbent cotton fabric. On their return to home American soldiers brought the chino pants with them as plain clothes. The chinos are normally worn without turn-up which is a remnant form the formation phase of these pants: At that time fabric was very scarce. That's why the leg length was reduced to save fabric. Of course nowadays it's not unusual for this classic detail to be modified - Especially when the turn-up is worked with interesting details like patch fabrics or selvedge seams.
Rumble59 offers a great choice of workwear
for everyday use! High-class fabrics and cool details are combined to your favorite piece: Be the Man in Black!