The Travel Chino by Taylor Stitch & Mission Workshop

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Summer is almost here, bringing with it promises of adventures in the sun and of memorable travels. To make any trip more fashionable and comfortable at the same time, San Francisco-based Mission Workshop and Taylor Stitch from sunny California have designed the Travel Chino pants. They’re made from water repellent, lightweight and breathable 6 oz British Millerain dry finish waxed canvas; this durable and hard-wearing fabric is designed to handle anything, rain or shine, and make the owner look stylish in the process. The chinos also feature a custom-made YKK shank and brass zipper along with a custom printed San Francisco vintage map pocketing. A 36” inseam ensures that the pants will suit almost any height, while the simple design is versatile.

The Travel Chino pants have been launched in The Workshop section of the Taylor Stitch site, which means that they will be manufactured when enough pre-orders are made in a period of two weeks. But since the goal has been surpassed in the first week, the design may also be included on the regular site as a limited edition product. The chinos are handmade in California, they’re available in navy and olive. Images courtesy of Taylor Stitch.

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