The Frank Chino By CIVIC

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Frankly, the perfect chinos for everyday wear.

With the advent of a new era of active lifestyles that blur the line between urban living and adventures in natural landscapes, one expects more from wardrobe staples. High-quality and versatile, everyday items and accessories need to look at home both in concrete environments and wild nature. Above all, they need to perform well at all times, whether cycling to work or climbing a hill. The new Frank Chino keeps all of these things in balance. Made by CIVIC, the chinos feature a simple and timeless design that allows the wearer to dress them up or down, as needed.

More than just versatile and stylish, the pants feature a Merino 4S wool fabric that provides an impressive range of advantages. Soft but incredibly tough and durable, the material is also breathable and temperature-regulating, for more comfort. Of course, wool is a renewable material, which makes the Frank Chino pants greener than they may seem at a glance. Ideal for everyday wear, the chinos also have a slim fit to keep outfits on point. Colors include Olive and Navy as well as British Khaki. Choose your favorite on CIVIC’s website, where you can get your own pair for $128. Photographs© CIVIC.

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