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post #1096 of 1831
Vote on the nicest thick (e,g, 10-12oz) chinos other than Epaulet at the same price or less? Which as you can see in my sig I'm gaming for;)
post #1097 of 1831
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post




Thanks guys. After one wash on cold and a short tumble dry on low, the fit went from decent to excellent. The questionable side profile totally slimmed up and looks totally proportional all around. The last issues I have with these khakis is the rise, which could be a bit lower since I lack a backside. I shouldn't be a problem for most people who aren't as skinny as I am.

I really like the thickness and stiffness of the fabric, which is easily 9-10oz. I also like the price and the wide selection of sizes. I think if you're considering the lower-end khakis like GAP or J.Crew, I would seriously encourage you to give Dockers a shot.

These are going to hold me over until I can find a pair of high-quality khakis that actually fit me as well as these. Tried Left Field but the leg opening is just way too wide and W+H's officer chinos doesn't fit TTS.


Can you post some updated fit pics after the one wash?
post #1098 of 1831
Picked up a pair of 34 dockers alpha and it definitely fits well for people with fairly muscular legs...
Highly recommend trying them out.
post #1099 of 1831
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Edited by Louis XIV - 10/12/11 at 12:03pm
post #1100 of 1831
Well, i might have to go back and give those alphas another look.. I'm also interested in the jcrew urban slims and still eyeing the IOU chinos that are probably far better quality-wise.
post #1101 of 1831
Tried on some Dockers Alphas. They're okay but prefer JCrew urban slim for fit and colors.
post #1102 of 1831
where can i get a taupe colored chino, regular rise, that's made in the US?
post #1103 of 1831
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

I have no experience with them, but IOU chinos seem like a better option than dickies or dockers. http://well-spent.com/2011/07/12/iou...nos/#more-7311


I bought a couple pairs of these. They fit really well and are much better quality

post #1104 of 1831
Had kind of a wtf moment today.

Dockers sent me a free pair of alpha khakis.
They came rolled up in a cardboard tube with a note saying they sent them for me to try since I had purchased slim fit khakis in the past.
post #1105 of 1831
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Had kind of a wtf moment today.

Dockers sent me a free pair of alpha khakis.
They came rolled up in a cardboard tube with a note saying they sent them for me to try since I had purchased slim fit khakis in the past.
 

 

Wow that is funny...
 

 

post #1106 of 1831

here are a few pics of the alpha khakis..

 

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post #1107 of 1831

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lucky you! i had to buy mine..

post #1108 of 1831

Does anyone know how the Wings + Horns West Point Chinos and Rag & Bone Chinos compare to Unis Chinos? In terms of fit, construction, quality, etc.

post #1109 of 1831
Some guy on Reddit said the same thing happened to him with the alpha khakis. I dismissed it as a marketing ploy, now I'm really wondering if they're sending out free chinos...
post #1110 of 1831
Quote:
Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Had kind of a wtf moment today.

Dockers sent me a free pair of alpha khakis.
They came rolled up in a cardboard tube with a note saying they sent them for me to try since I had purchased slim fit khakis in the past.

Me too, made my day =]
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