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The quality is not superb, but I really like gap slim fits. Not too tight, pretty much perfect with like a 7 3/4" leg opening.
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is it bad that i dont want just because they are from the gap, even though they might look great?
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is it bad that i dont want just because they are from the gap, even though they might look great?

They're pretty much the perfect fit. nod[1].gif

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uniqlo i have never handled, but worth a shot. yoox the place to go?

Uniqlo.com

Also, I like the Baron Wells stuff, but I don't think it'll be for you--too low rise for what I figure you're doing.
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They're pretty much the perfect fit. nod%5B1%5D.gif

im sure they are. smile.gif
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Uniqlo.com
Also, I like the Baron Wells stuff, but I don't think it'll be for you--too low rise for what I figure you're doing.

thanks, i just checked. for 40 bucks hard to find a reason not to try.

good info on the BW, very low rise is not, umm, ideal for me.
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really appreciate the help everyone, and super quick too. much appreciated.
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Eh, they are good enough for me; I generally pick that shit up on sale for around 20-30 bucks a pop anyhow.
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stitches, there's some Levi's Made and Crafted chinos on MyHabit for about 2/3 off retail price right now. With free shipping and returns I figure I'd buy and return if they don't work for me.

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fuck those sutors are so good
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also, looking for some chino advice. i have tried j crew, RL and RRL, and they have all been really baggy/soggy/tent-ey in the thighs. anyone have recs on good chinos, nice slimmer cut, but not tight?

thanks!

Unis has some pretty awesome ones, never heard a bad thing about them from people I've talked to that own them. 

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Eh, they are good enough for me; I generally pick that shit up on sale for around 20-30 bucks a pop anyhow.

no shame in that. i have had tone of GAP stuff, los of it was great.
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stitches, there's some Levi's Made and Crafted chinos on MyHabit for about 2/3 off retail price right now. With free shipping and returns I figure I'd buy and return if they don't work for me.

OMW. thanks. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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also, looking for some chino advice. i have tried j crew, RL and RRL, and they have all been really baggy/soggy/tent-ey in the thighs. anyone have recs on good chinos, nice slimmer cut, but not tight?

thanks!

You may also want to look at wings + horns and unis. If you try the Epaulet route, I would suggest starting with the Rudy cut as opposed to the Slim Walt. I don't have what I would consider large thighs, though bigger than most, and the Walts are just painted on me. Also, Epaulet doesn't really say it much, but if you do buy from them and it doesn't work out, they will usually take a return if you mention that you are from SF.
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have you tried incotex?

Ugh, I have two pairs and they're okay, but nothing special. I cannot, for the life, of me understand why any sap would pay full retail for those.
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Spending $$$ to look like the dude:

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I gave it a thumbs up, but also wanted to say that cardigan is dope. I have the same one. Robe tie is taking me some time to get used to, but love the way it hangs open when undone.
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You may also want to look at wings + horns and unis. If you try the Epaulet route, I would suggest starting with the Rudy cut as opposed to the Slim Walt. I don't have what I would consider large thighs, though bigger than most, and the Walts are just painted on me. Also, Epaulet doesn't really say it much, but if you do buy from them and it doesn't work out, they will usually take a return if you mention that you are from SF.
Ugh, I have two pairs and they're okay, but nothing special. I cannot, for the life, of me understand why any sap would pay full retail for those.

thanks, skipper. and thank again to everyone else who helped. i did not check epaulet just now, but last i did, they had no pants at all in my size. (fat size)

i went and grabbed a pair from uniqlo (thanks parker), and a pair of LMC thanks to the tip off from Dorje. i hope the ones they had at myhabit fit as well as the ones i have already.

i looked into incotex but they were all in the $300 range, if i spend that much on chinos, it would be IH.

i think i will have the j crews i have tailored to fit slimmer in the thigh. if i end up with 2 pairs i am really happy with, i think i can call it a success.

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Stitches, have you had RRL chinos recently? I bought an older pair on ebay that fit like a tent, but the recent Officer chinos are some of the best fitting ones I've tried - SVB has a pair if I'm not mistaken so you could ask him. And +1 on Wings + Horns and Unis, but you might want to try them on first as they're rather slim through the thigh. 

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Baron Wells are my go-to 9-5 ones, but they're pretty old so I'm not sure if they're still made the same.  Perfect cut for me though; makes me wish I got more.

I think Baron Wells has stopped producing clothes, so whatever stock remains on the website is it. I got a pair of the Village Tapers from their post-website overhaul collection and the pockets were really narrow and almost unusable. I think their old chinos were cut better.

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