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post #16 of 23
This is great news - I got a pair a few years ago but the fabric bummed be out - it never breaks in. I made a pair of shorts out of them, but they never get worn. I'm gonna pick up a pair of the cottons.
post #17 of 23
I have a great sale on Dickies Storm jackets, coats, pants, bibs, and sweatshirts. Closeout pricing and free shipping in the lower 48 states. See our main page (you have to scroll down a little bit) for images and info. In stock only. Thanks, David

http://www.cranes-country-store.com/store/home.php
post #18 of 23
I've just put our Dickies Storm Soft-Shell Jackets on sale. Free Shipping in the lower 48. No other discounts apply. Ends March 8th. http://www.cranes-country-store.com/store/home.php
post #19 of 23
Anyone have any experience with the new slim-fit Dickies? I've been very tempted.
post #20 of 23
I just saw them from my Dickies rep. Look good, but he didn't have the right sizes for us to try on. I'll have some this summer.
post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by AntiHero84 View Post
Anyone have any experience with the new slim-fit Dickies? I've been very tempted.
I took a look at these recently. The cut is slim straight. I have a 31" waist. For comparison, I usually buy 30/30 Levi's 501's or 29/30 Levi's 514 (slim straight). I tried on a 30/30. The waist was fine, so a bit of vanity sizing here. Legs reminded me of 514's, not too aggressive. However, the hips were a bit narrow, causing too much tightness across my crotch area. I think if these stretched like denim, they would have fit me. Rise perhaps like 514's. There's no 31" waist version so I tried a 32" and that was simply too large in the waist and even a touch loose in the hips. Perhaps I could have had a pair altered to suit me but the waist doesn't appear to be alterable so I passed instead. Perhaps the thing for me to do is get a pair of the regular ones which I've never owned and have the excess fabric taken out. Wouldn't mind the higher rise for my slim-and-tucked look. I'm on the fence. Hmm, those cotton ones mentioned upthread sound interesting. If you're going to have an industrial non-iron finish, it seems to be more honest to have it on an industrial pair of pants, right?
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by khakijeans View Post
I took a look at these recently. The cut is slim straight. I have a 31" waist. For comparison, I usually buy 30/30 Levi's 501's or 29/30 Levi's 514 (slim straight). I tried on a 30/30. The waist was fine, so a bit of vanity sizing here. Legs reminded me of 514's, not too aggressive. However, the hips were a bit narrow, causing too much tightness across my crotch area. I think if these stretched like denim, they would have fit me. Rise perhaps like 514's. There's no 31" waist version so I tried a 32" and that was simply too large in the waist and even a touch loose in the hips. Perhaps I could have had a pair altered to suit me but the waist doesn't appear to be alterable so I passed instead. Perhaps the thing for me to do is get a pair of the regular ones which I've never owned and have the excess fabric taken out. Wouldn't mind the higher rise for my slim-and-tucked look. I'm on the fence. Hmm, those cotton ones mentioned upthread sound interesting. If you're going to have an industrial non-iron finish, it seems to be more honest to have it on an industrial pair of pants, right?
appreciate the review on the slim fits.
post #23 of 23

Dickies 814's all the way

 

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