Knowledge Cotton Apparel

Chuck Regular Twill Chino


Classic and casual chino made with Regenerative Organic Certified® cotton

Black Jet

See Product Measurements

100% organic cotton


Regular fit
Fits true to size. Take your normal size

See Product Measurements

Regular fit

Belt loops

Button closure 

Slanted front pockets

Discrete back pockets

Clothing Care

Care: 40° gentle wash, Do not bleach, do not tumble dry, iron at medium temperature, do not dryclean

See our tips for caring for your clothes here

Group 21

UK: Free delivery 5-10 working days from dispatch

Dispatched from the designer in Denmark - no customs fees should be charged. Since Brexit, parcels can take longer to go through UK Customs and so express delivery is not available on this item


Add timeless pieces marked by trans-seasonal features to your wardrobe. KCA's twill chino pants are designed in a regular fit and are made from organic, lightweight cotton for a classic and casual look. The chinos are finished with belt straps, a button closure, slanted front pockets, and back pockets. Nature loving Danish designers Knowledge Cotton Apparel make low impact clothing for both the hike and the bar after.



  • Regular fit
  • Fits true to size. Take your normal size

Measure your body and compare to the size chart below for the perfect fit. 


TIP: If you don’t have a measuring tape, simply use a
ribbon or a piece of string and line it up against a ruler.


Waist measurement: measure around the smallest part of your waist 

Hips measurement: measure around the largest part of your hips


Based on body measurements in CM


Inseam length for men



Please email if you have further questions on size or fit.


Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Regenerative Organic Certified®

Fair factory

CO2 savings

Knowledge Cotton Apparel Chuck Regular Twill Chino footprint


The Goodwill Fabrics group is a family-owned business with two weaving factories in Bhilwara and Gwalior in North India, and four garment factories in Bangalore, in South India. Goodwill employ around 2000 people and are committed to several certifications to ensure fair working conditions, including BSCI and SA8000.

The organic cotton is fairly traded and sourced from Chetna Organic who work with marginalised farmers from Maharashtra, Odessa and Andhra Pradesh towards improving their livelihoods and making farming a sustainable occupation.

To ensure social responsibility, KCA establishes long term relationships with carefully selected suppliers. In addition to KCA’s own supplier visits, they rely on third-party certification. Social compliance is a part of GOTS that each production step in the supply chain must comply with. This gives KCA the opportunity to ensure that social standards are met throughout their supply chain and not only with their direct supplier.

In addition to GOTS, KCA seeks out suppliers that have been third-party certified by SA8000, BSCI and Fairtrade.


Regenerative Organic Certified® is a revolutionary certification that sets the global benchmark for soil health, farmworker fairness, and animal welfare, ensuring the highest standards.

Regenerative organic farming uses cover crops, composting, crop rotation, and diverse planting to improve soil, biodiversity, and yields. It enhances food security, conserves water, and increases carbon storage. It also stops the spread of desertification and helps prevent deforestation, which are major threats to the climate.

Knowledge Cotton Apparel's second and third tier suppliers (fabrics and raw materials) are based in the same geographical region as products are cut and sewn. This reduces the carbon footprint of their products compared to other fashion supply chains where inputs often cross back and forth around the world.

Country of origin


Chinos: Cut and sewn in India by Goodwill Fabrics Pvt. Ltd. (GOTS certified)

Yarn: Spun in India (GOTS certified)

Organic Cotton:  Chetna, India (Regenerative Organic Certified®)



Certifications: These chinos are GOTS certified by Control Union license no.:  847594

Areas For Development

GOTS living wage policy currently only requires that national legal standards are met. We’d love to see KCA collaborate with an organisation like the Fair Wear Foundation to advance the complex topic of a real living wage for garment workers.

Something else?