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post #61 of 77
Didn't get them. I hope they have em tomorrow
post #62 of 77
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Didn't get them. I hope they have em tomorrow

gyasi - which location are you going to get giabs from? =)
post #63 of 77
I saw a few at West 57th and 18th Street
post #64 of 77
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I saw a few at West 57th and 18th Street

there are hundreds of giabs in brooklyn icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #65 of 77
I saw the giabs and asterisks; plenty of giabs out here in NJ - really nice quality. Didnt bite but picked up two pair of incotex at $39.99 eah - 3-ply khakis that look awesome and grey wool slacks.

No cut tags on these - does that mean something, as opposed to the normal cut tags?
post #66 of 77
Thanks to both of you, which NJ Daffy's? Taking daughter to school in Teanek
post #67 of 77
I have a pair of Giab's for Aquascutum; they're very good. What are not very good are the FBs
post #68 of 77
Finally finished! Grabbed one pair of Incotex, three pair of the Zenga (Incotex) and one Incotex, that had the interior labels removed and buttons aren't branded Incotex, will probably put on B&S (Size 50/Charcoal).
post #69 of 77
Giab's are very high quality and pretty unknown on SF... Wool especially nice.
post #70 of 77
All this talk about Giabs...I need to see a picture.
post #71 of 77
Didn't get any, everywhere was sold out when I went back or had 8" leg openings. They are nice though!
post #72 of 77
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Finally finished! Grabbed one pair of Incotex, three pair of the Zenga (Incotex) and one Incotex, that had the interior labels removed and buttons aren't branded Incotex, will probably put on B&S (Size 50/Charcoal).

Nice. where did you find your goods? icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #73 of 77
Stopped by Soho early on Sunday and picked up a 34 Incotex wool in a blue a shade lighter than navy. Marked "10-pocket" with a zippered change pocket.

There were about five 34 wools and five 34 cottons left on the rack, but note that this was 24 hours ago.
post #74 of 77
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Stopped by Soho early on Sunday and picked up a 34 Incotex wool in a blue a shade lighter than navy. Marked "10-pocket" with a zippered change pocket.

There were about five 34 wools and five 34 cottons left on the rack, but note that this was 24 hours ago.

Can you take a pic? I'm interested in seeing where the 10 pockets are.
post #75 of 77
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Originally Posted by wesailtheoceanblue View Post

Stopped by Soho early on Sunday and picked up a 34 Incotex wool in a blue a shade lighter than navy. Marked "10-pocket" with a zippered change pocket.

There were about five 34 wools and five 34 cottons left on the rack, but note that this was 24 hours ago.

That's funny. I returned those to Soho, the cut was a little too baggy on me. Nice pick-up.
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