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post #136 of 167
To remove tag, seam ripper. done. I wear them tucked in for work, in a "business casual" (cringe) environment.
post #137 of 167
Finally got the blue seal chinos by RM in the mail today. Fits me well, feels really strong and screams quality. I also got a blue hoodie by the same company, also great.
post #138 of 167
Feels wrong to bump such an old thread, but I was going through my closet and I found all my chinos and cotton twills which I bought on recommendations from this thread.

After 18 months I can honestly say the Bills Khakis M2 and M3 (especially the M3) turned out best overall.

They are still going strong, still look 100% for both work and play and they still feel just great.

They have been used the most and are the least worn out.

Now, if anyone sold M3 Bullard Field Khakis I would definitely buy more. The best color is the "British Khaki"

Too bad they don't make them anymore.
post #139 of 167
Buzz Rickson "orginal spec", great fit and amazing fabric. RockJaw, how is the M3 fit compared to the M2? Do you have any pics of either being worn?
post #140 of 167
^ agreed, fit pics are a must RJ after making that kind of statement.
post #141 of 167
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Originally Posted by RockJaw View Post
Feels wrong to bump such an old thread, but I was going through my closet and I found all my chinos and cotton twills which I bought on recommendations from this thread.

After 18 months I can honestly say the Bills Khakis M2 and M3 (especially the M3) turned out best overall.

They are still going strong, still look 100% for both work and play and they still feel just great.

They have been used the most and are the least worn out.

Now, if anyone sold M3 Bullard Field Khakis I would definitely buy more. The best color is the "British Khaki"

Too bad they don't make them anymore.

got a fit picture, I can actually buy this from STP UK for once... (good price too). Would love to see some fit picture and comment on sizing.
post #142 of 167
Kicking Mule khakis have been the best...too bad I can;t find them any longer
post #143 of 167
Where can i get the Bill's Khakis for cheap?
post #144 of 167
How is the Dockers K-1 line?
post #145 of 167
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How is the Dockers K-1 line?

if you have an ass, WHATSOEVER, you do not want!
post #146 of 167
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Where can i get the Bill's Khakis for cheap?
STP?
post #147 of 167
For casual pants, I really like Grown and Sewn. Pricey, though.
post #148 of 167
I got a pair of Rag&Bone like 2 years ago that are still in very good condition. About 200$, but with R&B I never feel like I pay for the brand... the quatilty : certainly. And if you want to try something maybe new, go to American Apparel. (I personally have nothing to say ''against'' the quality of that store...) I saw those pants the other day while shopping in NYC. Here's the link : http://store.americanapparel.ca/rsact406.html I don't know your shape, it might/or not be super ultra slim. Im a size 28/29 and it was ... well let's just say slim/straight, not on skin. Can give it a shot I guess.
post #149 of 167
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post
For casual pants, I really like Grown and Sewn. Pricey, though.

+ 1 ...The kax legends are awesome and look good dressed up or down
post #150 of 167
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+ 1 ...The kax legends are awesome and look good dressed up or down

with those rear pockets, easier to dress down than up, imo.
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