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post #121 of 1827
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Originally Posted by kinetic View Post
A lot of the photos I've seen of the chinos for S/S show them cuffed. Do you know if this is just for the stock photo or if they are hemmed with a cuff?

I'll look into it, but I doubt they are cuffed because I probably wouldn't have done them.
I'll let you know if I find something out.
post #122 of 1827
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Originally Posted by netsua View Post
I just did a search, I can't find a pic of them. Care to post a link?
nm I think i found them they're nice but I'm looking for lighter khaki color.
post #123 of 1827
I just received the urban fit jcrew chinos in 28 fits almost exactly like my levi 514 except more rise, very slim. I'll give measurements if anyone want.
post #124 of 1827
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post
I just received the urban fit jcrew chinos in 28
fits almost exactly like my levi 514 except more rise, very slim. I'll give measurements if anyone want.

i'd like measurements. thanks
post #125 of 1827
11 thigh 8 knee 7 1/4 hem waist is tts
post #126 of 1827
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post
11 thigh 8 knee 7 1/4 hem waist is tts
ahhh perfect! does anyone know the difference between stanton and the urban broken-in chino?
post #127 of 1827
how is the fabric on the j crew chinos? how does it compare with the uniqlo vintage chino?
post #128 of 1827
I got some from J.Crew in the classic fit (I really like the fit in the top block) but I'm thinking I won't be happy with them unless I get the hem taken in a bit....anybody ever had a good experience with that?
post #129 of 1827
hemming is pretty basic... unless you're talking about getting the leg tapered. Either way, I've had both done to many pants of mine, any tailor that is considered descent should be able to handle either one. If I had a sewing machine I'd attempt to do it myself.
post #130 of 1827
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post
I just received the urban fit jcrew chinos in 28
fits almost exactly like my levi 514 except more rise, very slim. I'll give measurements if anyone want.

Fit pics to keep the thread as a good resource or bust. Measurements aren't always telling. Help the forum with pics young Padawan!
post #131 of 1827
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Originally Posted by Whiskey View Post
ahhh perfect!

does anyone know the difference between stanton and the urban broken-in chino?

Both our Stanton pants and Broken-in chinos are made with 100% cotton
and have the super soft, broken-in feel. You'll also find the fit to be
the same. The only difference is our Stanton pant is garment-dyed and
dusted with pigment, so a rich, saturated color can be achieved.

whatever that means?
post #132 of 1827
^ haha exactly why i asked. i guess some new spring/summer colors are the difference too.
post #133 of 1827
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Originally Posted by danilo View Post
hemming is pretty basic... unless you're talking about getting the leg tapered. Either way, I've had both done to many pants of mine, any tailor that is considered descent should be able to handle either one. If I had a sewing machine I'd attempt to do it myself.

Yeah, I was thinking about having them tapered. I could probably just switch them for the Urban Slim cut, but I do like the fit up top and I don't think the Urban Slim is available in a dark khaki.

I think I'll give the tailor a shot.
post #134 of 1827
If you are a 30-31 and don't mine low-rise, this is a great deal: http://www.martinandosa.com/web/brow...ctId=3530_8166
post #135 of 1827
I didn't have the chance to read the whole thread but I've been looking for Slim Fit Khakis for a long time now. I finally found a decent pair at the dockers store, yup, crazy I know. The legs were still a little too wide but for 50 bucks it was a great deal.
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