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Originally Posted by chomeo View Post

i'm told it's the other way around. they've changed back to Canada. I have a MIJ pair that I really like but can't seem to find another pair like it.

Yea they prolly returned to MIC this season. I've owned a pair MIJ and MIC, both were super nice. Fabric is so perfect
post #1307 of 1825

any recommondations on slim fitting khakis & chinos that are thin and breathable?  I cannot stand thick pants.

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Some one had posted

"cantubury of new zealand - Selvedge Chinos"

multiple pages back, that brand isn't known for quality or fit.

are the the Chinos really selvedge or do they just name it that? IE does the out seam look like:

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Does anyone know what's up with Banana Republic's "Vintage Straight Cotton Chino" ?

The "vintage straight" fit is the key, but they're basically gone from the website. Discontinued?
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Does anyone know if the waist of UNIS chinos fit true to the Dockers Alphas? Thanks!
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I bought a pair of Civilian Service chinos from Garbstore the other day.
The quality seems ok, the fit is slim and at the moment they are on sale.

http://www.couvertureandthegarbstore.com/Product/?p=4421&i=4706
post #1315 of 1825

d-zero and couverture have a better fit in my opinion.

post #1316 of 1825

 

Got some "regular straight fit" chinos from the Banana Republic outlet store. They ended up being pretty good around the hip, 

and pretty slim overall. However, my quads and hams are larger than most people due to several years of powerlifting.

post #1317 of 1825
tried the dr. denim in store today

pretty nice fit and looks great after pin-rolling up.

I had to pin roll the cuffs as it was not as tapered as i thought it would be
post #1318 of 1825

For anyone who has experience with a couple of these brands - how do Epaulet, Unis, and Wings + Horns chinos compare to each other in quality?

post #1319 of 1825
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

For anyone who has experience with a couple of these brands - how do Epaulet, Unis, and Wings + Horns chinos compare to each other in quality?

All are very good slim (but not skinny) cut pants. I've handled Unis before (and tried it on), but wasn't insanely impressed. Maybe at 50% off. W+H are great, posted a # of fits with them, get lots of wear. No experience with Epaulet, but people seem to love them. Closer to a traditional cut than the other brands
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

All are very good slim (but not skinny) cut pants. I've handled Unis before (and tried it on), but wasn't insanely impressed. Maybe at 50% off. W+H are great, posted a # of fits with them, get lots of wear. No experience with Epaulet, but people seem to love them. Closer to a traditional cut than the other brands

RB, you ever find any wool trousers that fit you well off the rack? I tend to wear fits similar to your WAYWTs
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