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Mens Chino Pants

Note our Mens Black Chino Special from Bracks Was $69.95 now $49.95 plus multi item savings.Cotton chino pants are made from 100% cotton or cotton with 2 or 3 percent spandex or elastane for stretch. The stretch factor helps particularly with the slimmer leg line styles of today. Feautured are four brands, Bracks for the more mature guy. Van Heusen for the intermediate consumer and Brooksfield and Gloweave with a slim leg cut for that fashion look.

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Bracks
Bracks Bracks String Colour Chino Pants

$49.95 AUD

Was $69.95 Now $49.95 Double Pleats Black Chino Classic Fit

Bracks
Bracks Bracks Flat Front Cotton Chino Pants

$69.95 AUD

Flat Front Chinos 100% Cotton in Beige, Donkey and Classic Fit

Bracks
Bracks Bracks Cotton Stretch Chino Plain Front

$69.95 AUD

Chino Pant with Stretch Waistband Plain Front in FIVE Colours

Van Heusen
Van Heusen Van Heusen Casual Pants

$69.95 AUD

Five Pocket Pant in 97% Cotton 3% Lycra for Stretch Black Only

City Club
City Club City Club Comfort Stretch Chino

$79.95 AUD

Comfort Stretch Chino Sand, Tan, Milo, Slate, Navy, Black Slim Fit

Gloweave
Gloweave Stretch Chino Skinny Leg

$79.95 AUD

Comfort Stretch Chino 97% Cotton 3% Spandex Tan Black Navy

Van Heusen
Van Heusen Van Heusen Five Pocket Jean Style Chino

$79.95 AUD

Van Heusen Five Pocket Jean Style Chino in FIVE Colours

Aklanda
Brooksfield Brooksfield Cotton Stretch Side Pocket Chino

$99.95 AUD

Cotton Stretch Side Pocket Chino Tan, Navy, Olive. Slim Leg Styling

Bracks
Bracks Cotton Stretch Cargo Shorts

$59.95 AUD

Cargo Shorts 98% Cotton 2% Elastane for Stretch Classic Fit

Chino Pants for Men

Chino is a name that today is broadly used to name a casual cotton pant it is not a specfic weave these days. Although it would have been a twiil or drill weave used for the army in pre World War One era and coloured kahki for camoflarge. In that era they were called Khaki's. People today use the term chinos or chino pants, which ever, they are simply made of cotton. What has happened is that USA mens clothing brand names have hooked on the word Chino back in the 1980's and made it a generic brand to market as something special rather than saying a cotton casual trouser it gave the cotton kahkis an updated identity, Chino!

FAQ

Q. Where does the word chino come from?

A. There are different points of view on this, no view is a complete fact. A popular view is that in the southern states of USA and Mexico where cotton growing is epic, the Spanish / Mexican word for cotton, possibly as a slang term was chino. The exact translaion for cotton in Spanish femine form is china and masculine form algodon. The Spanish pronunciation of china sounds like chino.

Q. Where can I find a non iron chino?

A. They were readily available in the distant past, however although they did perform well as a non iron pant they did not last well as the chemical treatment applied greatly diminished the life span of the pant. Fraying would appear particulary at the folded edge of the cuff of the pant.