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post #31 of 37
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Originally Posted by odoreater
They are way too slim in my opinion. I generally wear a size 36 waist, and pants like Isaia are a perfectly slimness for me. But Incotex are cut much slimmer (granted I have very large thighs). I am going to have to sell the pair I bought on ebay because they are way too slim. I would literally bust them if I flexed my quads.
Thanks for that image.
post #32 of 37
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Originally Posted by lifersfc
Hmm....I was thinking about picking up a pair of Incotex flat fronts in a 32 (I have a natural 32 waist). After hearing your thoughts, I don't think I can wear Incotex considering I am more like 6-1 and 190 pounds! Why is it that all quality clothing is made for people with chicken legs? Just because I squat and am in good shape does not mean I should have to suffer through wearing pants that are way too big in the waist!
Alterations tailors can take in the waist, if you buy to fit your thighs/butt. It costs about $10.
post #33 of 37
I bought a pair of new Incotex pleated slacks at NM on Wilshire last week. I wore them today for the first time. My day started for an 8 am meeting and went straight through dinner in North Beach in SF at 9 pm.

Great slacks. And the construction wore as comfortably on me as any pair of pants I have ever worn. I do not like the european slim fit that many mfgs (my Barbera or my RLPL for instance) but I found these to be most generous fitting in the upper leg and butt area while still being stylish and not looking like pants from the 30's.

So do not be frightened by the reports that some Incotex models are slim fit.

You might try and buy from a place you can return however in case you get the wrong model.

For instance I bought a 36 waist Zanella on Ebay that was so slim cut (although the waist was indeed 36) that I had to give them away. Than I bought a 36 waist Zanella from Nordstrom's and they were very generously cut. Go figure? But I suspect mfgs have different models for different geographies.

Perry
post #34 of 37
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Great slacks. And the construction wore as comfortably on me as any pair of pants I have ever worn.

I think they make the best trouser out there save for bespoke or very high quality MTM. Their 150s pants use a beautiful wool of extremely high quality.

Now that I found a good local dealer in Michael Christopher's and I will also be at Wilkes next week, it is time to add to my collection.
post #35 of 37
Wilkes currently has an array of the most beautiful shoes in existence.

Gravati, John Lobb, Bontoni, StefanoB, etc. and in many many models and colors.

And to keep this thread on point......I didn't know they carried Incotex.

Perry
post #36 of 37
I was there a couple of months ago and the Incotex was on the first floor in the sportswear section...some beautiful flannels.

I will definitely look at the shoes. I will see if I can take some pics with their permission.
post #37 of 37
While Incotex makes a quality pant, I've found Kiton, Brioni, Barbera and Loro Piana are higher in quality.
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