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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 June 2021
As someone who is old enough to remember when it's meant "it is", I am wondering a bit at Jinidu's description of their trousers. I ordered some to sleep in. The only problem is that their definition of linen is either 90% cotton/10% synthetic or 100% cotton, depending on which trousers you get. Neither is actually linen. Both linen and cotton and cotton come from plants, but they are actually different plants! Quite different. For what they are, the trousers are fine, but they are NOT linen.
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