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Gustin #5 Navy American Chino

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Nov 25, 2015
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Selling a beautiful pair of Navy American Chinos from Gustin. They've only been worn maybe 2 times and are in perfect condition. The fabric (cotton twill) and feel is amazing, they're sturdy and well made and are great for casual or formal events. They retail for $85, but I'm looking for $50 obo.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Link to the Ebay page: http://www.ebay.com/itm/172071175821?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Waist: 17.85 "
Front Rise: 11"
Inseam: 36"
Leg opening: 8"
Thigh: 12"

Here's the description for their site
Deep navy American milled twill, sewn up in the USA all at a tremendous value.

Gustin Chinos made from cotton twill woven right in the USA (North Carolina). This style uses a dark, saturate navy shade. It shares the same 3x1 twill construction as the Light Khaki fabric. That means it has great texture from a well defined wale. You really feel the twill line when you touch it, which gives it a slightly tougher character. We pre-wash the fabric to soften it up and to reduce shrink. If you're looking for a Chino but aren't into a khaki shade, this is the perfect option.

By now, you know we’re obsessed with construction and our Chino is no exception. We approach this garment considering it to be a tailored pant. The waist band is fully curtained using a beautiful, slubby, indigo chambray fabric and a red center stitch. This produces a totally clean finished upper. We also clean finish the fly and seat seams with indigo chambray binding. The fly is secured with custom shaped and engraved Corozo buttons. Belt loops are hand folded, tucked on the bottom and top waistband for added strength. They are also made in a slightly narrower width as compared to our denim to give the pant a more refined look. Traditional slash pockets are on the front, bar tacked on top and bottom. The back pockets are intricately constructed welt pockets also secured with our custom Corozo buttons. Both inseam and outseam use a busted seam for less bulk. This is construction done the right way throughout.


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