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tuki west point chinos. i'm going to have to try these on at sw and figure out how to get them in heather gray or midnight. http://wallsbridges.blog110.fc2.com/blog-entry-471.html
Either new or newish. Nothing with the inseam hemmed shorter than 30'', or fades from wallets and cellphones.
are they slim fit, or are they actually regular fit, just slimmer than what an orvis customer is used to? norse projects aros heavy chino: they say it has a "classic high rise," but the measurements indicate a low rise. http://www.norsestore.com/commodity/12373
levi's made and crafted high chinos. good grief, they call a regular rise "high". would have to get these tailored a bit as they are too wide. not sure about the color. http://www.sukauto.com/art/levi-s-made-crafted-high-chino-golden-brown.php
hmm, the edwin 55 chinos are described as having either a low front rise or a regular rise, and a relaxed, tapered fit. not sure about this one.
olive chinos from john lofgren & co. too bad they don't make them in my size. =( http://www.speedway-shop.com/product/1167
those are slim fit, not regular fit.
anybody have experience with buzz rickson chinos? - 1942 - 1945 - original spec
It seems that slim fit and low rise go hand in hand, which makes wearing belts uncomfortable and keeping some shirts tucked in difficult (at least for me). I'm looking for chinos where the waistband clears the hip bone and sits directly over the waist. What's available that is the same quality as Unis, Left Field, RRL, etc.? Made in USA preferred, but not a must. I should add that navy blue and light taupe are at the top of my list for colors, not the usual khaki, stone,...
stella rosa for pizza? also, mercado opened a few months ago. i have not been, but it sounds ok.
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