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Amundsen Fjordcord Slacks Mens - Khaki

Amundsen Fjordcord Slacks Mens - Khaki

Amundsen Sports

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These comfy stretch cotton fine-cord slacks were designed for an everyday outdoor lifestyle. Featuring articulated knees that are always where you want them to be and button secure pockets which can hold all your essentials. They also have a DWR treatment for water resistance, so you don't have to worry about spills and can get on with what you're doing. 

 

Features

  • Flourcarbon-free DWR treatment for water resistance
  • Button secure pockets
  • Articulated knees 
  • Made in Europe

Size Guide

These size guides are provided by Amundsen Sports 

Our staffs insights

For the men's waist:

  • M = feels more like a 30 inch waist 
  • L = feels more like a 32 inch waist 
  • XL = feels more like a 34 inch waist

Cord shorts and pants slack overtime compared to deck or field shorts and pants that remain the same.

Men’s Clothing

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Chest (cm)

91-96

97-104

106-111

114-118

118-121

Sleeve (cm)

63

64.5

66

67.5

69

Seat (cm)

88-93

96-101

104-109

111-116

118-120

Waist (cm)

81-86

87-92

93-98

99-104

105-110

 

How to Measure
Chest - Measure around your chest right under your armpit
Waist - Measure around your natural waistline
Seat - Measure around the fullest point of your seat while standing up
Sleeve - Measure from shoulder to wrist, whilst holding your arm slightly bent and relaxed. 

Fabric

  • 98% Cotton, 2% Elastane
  • Stretch cotton velvet corduroy
  • Cosserat company - since 1794 - is the oldest corduroy producer in the world. For more than 200 years they have produced the famous "Corduroy of Amiens", a synonym of "authentic corduroy"
  • 2-Way Stretch
  • Cotton
  • Weight - 506g

Washing & Care

IN THE WARDROBE / AFTER USE

Corduroy is prone to shrinking, and the fuzzy piles can become distorted if washed incorrectly. Store your corduroy pants as you would most other pants. Fold along seams, and then smooth flat to keep in a drawer or on a shelf. Proper folding and storage will ensure your fabric keeps its shape and doesn’t crease too much.

WASHING YOUR ITEMS

STEP 1

  • Before washing, zip and button your corduroy pants, and turn them inside-out. This helps protect the cords and ridges themselves while also ensuring that the pile (that velvety texture) doesn’t get crushed, distorted, or worn down.

STEP 2

  • Wash with similar colors and fabrics. Avoid washing with other delicate fabrics, rather wash it together with other durable garments such as dark jeans. This prevents darer corduroys to run into other items.
  • We recommend choosing a colder water cycle or wash in cold or warm water with a detergent that is gentle and safe for colors.
  • Gentle wash cycle to avoid creasing and wrinkling

STEP 3

  • Air dry to help the corduroy keep its shape. Make sure to shake out your cords when taking them out of the washer. You can also tumble dry on low heat for 10 minutes to remove creases, then air dry.

STAIN REMOVAL

Stain removal can be a tricky business, and techniques can change depending on the material. What you would do to remove stains from your Fjordcord pants isn’t necessarily the same as removing stains from Harvester jacket. The ridging of the corduroy fabric can sometimes catch and lock the stain between the ribs, making it harder to reach. We recommend using an equal part detergent mixed with water, applying to the stain, and then scrubbing. Use a soft scrubber, like a sponge or toothbrush, to get in-between the cords to ensure the detergent reaches the entire surface area. Alternatively, you can scrub standard stain remover into the fabric with a toothbrush or gentle brush.

REMOVE LINT

The fuzzy plush nature of corduroy doesn’t just attract us — it also attracts lint! Avoid washing corduroy with fabrics that produce lint, such as towels, fleece, felt, or any other wooly materials. The lint will happily bury itself in the corduroy and will be hard (albeit not impossible) to get out. If you do accidentally lint your corduroys, put in the dryer on low heat so it catches most of the lint. Use a clothing brush to brush off the remaining specks, and then run your pants through a cold water rinse cycle with half a cup of white distilled vinegar. The vinegar should help the fabric fibers to release the lint.

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