Lumina Clothing Chadbourn Chinos

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So, it turns out that Chadbourn is a town in North Carolina (home base of Lumina Clothing) and not the long board riding, flip-flop wearing, patchouli stinking younger brother of amnesiac super spy Jason Bourne. What? That’s how I picture all guys named Chad. Don’t you? Anyway, these Chadbourn Chinos are made in the USA out of 8 oz. cotton twill, have a slim tapered fit, and only cost $92 $74. Dig in, brah.

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  • DAVIDPD

    How do these compare to the venerable Unis?

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      Top block is similar to UNIs but everything from the knee down is not as tapered. Slim–but just not as slim as the UNIS. Of course the UNIs waist band has more of a true trouser construction. I would like to think that weight of the twill styles from both companies is close to the same.

  • Guest

    And to Epaulet for that matter? :-)

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      Not as slim as the slim walt. The fit of the chadbourn is more forgiving for body types other than those that are slim. Weight and structure is on-par with the epaulet twill trousers.

  • Mr. S

    I have to give a thumbs-down to these trousers. I tried out a pair in gold and burgundy. The colors were great, but the fabric was very coarse — something I would expect in inexpensive work pants. Perhaps the fabric is durable, but I did not like the feel. Also, the cut was too wide for me in the calves; I am relatively slender and prefer a more slim fit. That being said, I was impressed by their customer service, and I love the striped spring-time sweater I previously bought from Lumina.