Tweed Denim Chinos

We love a pair of chinos as much as the next guy, but the comfort of a pair of broken-in jeans can't be denied. That's why these tweed denim pants from Left Field came to us as a pleasant surprise. Cut and sewn in Los Angeles, they're made from an inside-out deadstock tweed denim fabric from Japan's Kaihara Mills. They're finished off in a traditional straight leg fit with chambray pocket bags, Corozo buttons on the fly and back welt pockets. They look great with an untucked lightweight denim shirt and a smart pair of chukka boots, but easily make the transition to a crewneck sweater and well-worn sneakers. But you'd better act quickly—deadstock this rare means they can't be restocked.

$198, by Left Field

Styling Tip

While the fabric is reminiscent of your favorite jeans, you should still get them hemmed like a pair of trousers. For an of-the-moment look, that means without a break.

Published on

February 22, 2012

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of Valet.