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Pair of cords in certain price point

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Thread Starter 

SF --

 

I'm currently trying to get my hands on a pair of heavyweight-ish chinos or cords that falls within the range of Epaulet, Rogue Territory, Wings+horns price point and quality for a heavy midwest winter. Kind of drawing a blank here on a good brand -- suggestions?

 

Thanks

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SF --

I'm currently trying to get my hands on a pair of heavyweight-ish chinos or cords that falls within the range of Epaulet, Rogue Territory, Wings+horns price point and quality for a heavy midwest winter. Kind of drawing a blank here on a good brand -- suggestions?

Thanks

I have a couple of pairs of PRL cords by Corneliani that work well. They have variations of the same colors every fall. I wear them through cold winters and they've worked out. I also wear lined flannel as it does the job.
post #3 of 9
My Chester Barrie ones are cracking.
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My Chester Barrie ones are cracking.

Were they RTW or bespoke?
post #5 of 9
Just the RTW ones that they sell in the shop. Think I paid about £135 plus a little more for tailoring them (slimming the thigh).
post #6 of 9
Howard Yount? I think they're about the same price-point as Epaulet.
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these are reasonably priced and justly well-regarded if you like a classic English style. On special now too http://www.cordings.co.uk/menswear/trousers/corduroy/wine-corduroy-trousers.html

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Any idea on how they fit? Slim/slim-tapered?

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Any idea on how they fit? Slim/slim-tapered?

Cordings? High waisted and slim.
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