Organic
Knowledge Cotton Apparel

Poplin Chino

£85.00

Danish designed organic chinos

Black

29

32

Material

97% Organic cotton
3% Elastane

Specifications

Regular fit

Belt loops 

Back pockets

Clothing Care

As a consumer you can reduce your impact significantly* by taking care of your clothes. 

We recommend that to save water, reduce detergent usage, reduce energy consumption and to extend the life of this garment that you wash it as infrequently as is practical. 

*wearing your clothes for 9 months longer can reduce carbon, water and waste footprints by 20-30% each.

Group 21
Delivery

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

Description

KnowledgeCotton Apparel Chuck poplin chino are crafted from a cotton/elastane blend. Cut into a regular fitting finished with belt loops and back pockets.

Danish menswear brand KCA use cutting edge technologies to create organic garments that never compromise comfort nor quality! 

SIZING

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

All sizes are approximate and may vary slightly within KCA's range! 

 Size

 

A - 1/2 Waist (cm)

 

B - 1/2 Thigh (cm)

 

C - 1/2 Leg Opening (cm)

 

D - Inseam (cm) (L30")

 

D - Inseam (cm) (L32")

 

D - Inseam (cm) (L34")

 

E - 1/2 Rise (cm)

28"

 

38.5
 

 

29.5

1676

 

81

8632.4

 

29"

 

39.75

 

30.25

16.5

 

76

 

81

 

86

 

32.8

30"41
 
3117

 

76

 

81

 

86

 

33.2

 

31"

 

42.25

 

31.75

17.5

 

76

 

81

 

86

33.6
32"

 

43.5
 

32.518

 

76

 

81

 

86

34

 

33"

 

44.75

 

33.25

18.5

 

76

 

81

 

86

 

34.4

34"463419

 

76

 

81

 

86

 

34.8

 

36"

 

48.5

 

35.5

20

 

76

 

81

 

86

35.6
38"51
 
3721

 

76

 

81

 

86

 

36.4

 

Still not sure about your perfect size and fit?
Please email orders@brotherswestand.com

 

Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Use of Organic Cotton 

Suppliers are long term partners 

Reducing emissions 

Knowledge Cotton Apparel Poplin Chino footprint

People

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.

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.

Planet

Organic cotton protects the environment and also farmers who may suffer ill health when coming into contact with the intensive fertilisers and pesticides used in conventional cotton production. 

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. The reduces the carbon footprint of their products compared to other fashion supply chains where it is common for inputs to cross back and forth around the world. 

Country of origin

Suppliers

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

Yarn: Spun in India (GOTS certified)

Organic Cotton: Grown in India (GOTS 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.

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