Broken-in chino in regular fit
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Broken-in chino in regular fit
Product Details

First launched in 2003, our broken-in chinos are made from heavily washed cotton twill that give them a vintage look with the timeworn characteristics of a well-aged pair of jeans.

  • Cotton twill.
  • Zip fly.
  • Reinforced on-seam pockets, back welt pockets.
  • Machine wash.
  • Import.
  • Online only.
Size & Fit Details
  • Straight through hip and thigh, with a slightly wider leg.
  • 18" leg opening (based on size 32/32).

Broken-in chino in regular fit

Broken-in chino in regular fit is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from comfortable, simple, classy aside from the fact that the color looks a bit different in real life than online, the color is still great. I can't identify exactly what it is that makes these so superior, but whatever it is, I appreciate it. they felt like a glove the first time I put them on out of the box. but the material is definitely durable. they've got a broken-in feel without feeling worn-out. can wear them to work with a shirt and tie, or on a motorcycle. great buy.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from quality control These pants are very nice, I now have three pairs in the different colors. My one beef is that the length varies quite a bit on the three pairs. They are all of varying length, with well over an inch difference from the shortest to longest pair. So be prepared for the length to be off some.
Date published: 2014-06-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK, but nothing like my older pair On its own, this is a decent chino with a classic cut. But when I compare them side by side with the same chinos I bought 5 years ago, there are definitely differences in the overall quality and attention to detail. The coin pocket is gone, the seams are flat sewn instead of folded over as in my older pair, and the fabric is stiffer and feels cheaper. Granted, my 5 year old pair has 5 years' worth of heavy use and washing (and still looks great), but it still seems like a different fabric. If it's your first pair and you're looking for a classic WWII style chino, you'll probably be happy. But if you're looking to replace an old pair or add to a closet of favorite J.Crew classics, you'll be disappointed. This seems to be the trend, and I'm bummed to see it from what was my favorite brand for many, many years.
Date published: 2015-04-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from broken in chino i have been buying this pant in relaxed fit and regular fit for years and have been quite to extremely satisfied. Now there is no relaxed fit ... guess everybody is skinny and small boned - a few years ago the pants were changed...I've called J Crew customer service and they say I'm wrong....but I'm not wrong- others on here are saying the exact same thing - the material, the style...just the overall fit of the pants - changed for the worse - the colors - not sure what that's all about - J Crew has screwed up the broken in chino - will they make it right??
Date published: 2014-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Casual trousers...ultra cool! My husband has several colors and has worn the broken-in chino for years as work wear. However the style changed a few years back and they're just not the same. Some of the details have disappeared (coin pocket and a wide color selection) and the sizing/fit is off. We love J.Crew and will continue to search for a new style that works, but sometimes you just shouldn't change a good thing.
Date published: 2014-07-09
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