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post #1966 of 2686
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Originally Posted by dmass1 View Post
when are the slim flannel-lined chinos coming out? and in what colors?

theyre slim fit tompkins pants

here they are http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/catalog...7d17c5644133a2

wish they came in other colors tho
post #1967 of 2686
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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
I tried on one of their slim shirts. It's actually slim.


Co-sign on this. I just got one of these in and unlike previous reviews I find that the sleeves were definitely slimmed down. The body was also slimmed down significantly, XS slim fits just like a Uniqlo XS.
Definitely happy with the purchase, and glad to know J.Crew is slowly but surely starting to cater to the modern gent.
post #1968 of 2686
+2. I ordered a slim M and was somewhat surprised to learn it fits just about right to my liking.
post #1969 of 2686
My biggest issue was always the sleeves. If they resolved that then I def need to give them a try.
post #1970 of 2686
They've got some new stuff up. There were some new sweaters this morning, but it looks like they took them down so that they're not part of the 25% off promotion.
post #1971 of 2686
I wish I could've seen those new sweaters. I was interested in the Wool Langham jacket, but then realized it's just like Filson's Mackinaw Cruiser. Might as well go with Filson.
post #1972 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Kaleb View Post
I wish I could've seen those new sweaters. I was interested in the Wool Langham jacket, but then realized it's just like Filson's Mackinaw Cruiser. Might as well go with Filson.

For your sake I hope.
post #1973 of 2686
Damn those flannel lined pants look good. 98 bucks though...I never pay full retail for J. Crew
post #1974 of 2686
Damn those pants sound great in this chilly weather. Might have to buy 250 worth of garbage and return the crap I don't need.
post #1975 of 2686
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Originally Posted by dave333 View Post
Damn those flannel lined pants look good. 98 bucks though...I never pay full retail for J. Crew

They fit mad weird IMO, hold out they will go on sale. They always do!
post #1976 of 2686
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Originally Posted by pokpok View Post
cant wait for the flannel lined chinos in vintage slim fit...FINALLY.
Don't think those are happening....I know they are releasing Stanton or Thompkin pant in slim fit lined but not the regular chinos.
post #1977 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Kaleb View Post
I wish I could've seen those new sweaters. I was interested in the Wool Langham jacket, but then realized it's just like Filson's Mackinaw Cruiser. Might as well go with Filson.

I own both, Jcrew and a Filson. I prefer the material of the Filson but the cut of the Jcrew is bettter.
post #1978 of 2686
Why do they fit mad weird? Bulkness? BTW URALLMORONS: Which pant has the slimmest fit at jcrew?
post #1979 of 2686
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Originally Posted by TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES View Post
Why do they fit mad weird? Bulkness?

BTW URALLMORONS: Which pant has the slimmest fit at jcrew?

Bulky and real boxy looking fit on the flannel lined. Good for winter and a baggier fit I would say.

Slimmest fit in Chinos/Khaki are the Bowery Slim Fit, 484 Slim fit in denim and corduroy and Slim fit in Stanton, Chinos and Thompkin pant.
post #1980 of 2686
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Originally Posted by URALLMORONS View Post
Bulky and real boxy looking fit on the flannel lined. Good for winter and a baggier fit I would say.

Slimmest fit in Chinos/Khaki are the Bowery Slim Fit, 484 Slim fit in denim and corduroy and Slim fit in Stanton, Chinos and Thompkin pant.

Are you referring to these?:

Regular-fit flannel-lined chino
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/p...~~~~/20118.jsp

or these?:

Vintage slim-fit flannel-lined Tompkins pant
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/p...2825/32825.jsp
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