I haven't tried their chinos, but I have several pairs of jeans and corduroys. The cords ran small - they recommended sizing up one size; I actually went up two sizes and they fit just like my jeans do. The jeans are pretty consistent, but each different denim will evolve a little differently - the Kurabo denim has shrunk more for me than the Cone Mills has, for example.
The summer weight jeans also seem to be slightly larger in the ankle opening (about 1/2").
Originally Posted by stormboy202
+1 ... I have a pair of the Kurabo denim that have been in constant wear for almost a year now, and my recently acquired cone mills pair are noticeably larger in the leg opening. Not sure if it's a deal breaker or not yet.
Thanks guys. I noticed the summer weight chinos were bigger in the waist and leg opening - I thought I had found the "perfect fitting" brand for me when I got the Fair Ends collab camp pants, but alas the chinos were a bit off. it's nothing $30 in tailoring can't fix, but still a bit of a bummer.
So with all that in mind, how would folks recommend sizing on the Nissinhbo Mills 13.5 once copper selvedge denim? A 35 in the Fair Ends collab camp pants fit me perfectly (like, the most perfect fitting pants ever) and a 35 in the summer weight chinos fits me comfortably in the waist but is loose in the thigh and the leg opening is too big.