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Epaulet Rivet Chino Short

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  • Material:
    UK Pima Twill Cotton
    Colors Available:
    Navy, British Khaki
    At long last, our signature rivet chino has its summertime counterpart: the rivet chino short. This short has the same solid construction and token features of the full length version, as well as our usual slim, but not skinny profile. Just like the chinos, these can be dressed up or down, and will be well suited for a wide variety of occasions and pairings. We're proud to offer these as our staple casual short.

    The front and fly close with gunmetal donut buttons. The pockets are crafted in rugged hickory-stripe cotton twill. A hidden front coin pocket is perfectly sized to accommodate a few cards and some cash, thereby doubling as a mini-wallet. The main rear seam is taped and reinforced. A single-curtain cotton waistband helps to keep your shirt tucked. And natural cotton herringbone twill runs down the inside of each leg. The legs are intentionally cut long so that you can cuff them up and show off this

Recent User Reviews

  1. MaxK
    "Great shorts, may want to size up"
    Epaulet's Rivet Chinos are so nice I couldn't wait for the short version to help in this insane NYC heat. The shorts did not disappoint. I found that I had to size up one inch for these. Though the waist fit exactly like the chinos, the legs felt a little tighter than liked. As a result, they sit a little lower on the hip, lower than I'd generally do for pants but it's fine for shorts.

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