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post #1336 of 1824

Has anyone tried Ben Sherman Chinos before? On sale at GILT right now

http://www.cladmen.com/on-sale/weathered-cotton-chinos-5594.html

 

post #1337 of 1824
Has anyone picked up the chinos from last season's Our Legacy? Site says to size up. Typically a 30-31 waist.
post #1338 of 1824
511s by Levis are very slim. Good for us skinny guys
Edited by sns23 - 2/2/12 at 4:48pm
post #1339 of 1824
for those of you who are looking for docker's alpha khaki in smaller sizes (size 28 & 29), check my sig.. both are brand new with tags nod[1].gif
post #1340 of 1824
Do the Alpha khakis stretch out at all with wear? All my pants and jeans are size 28 waist but really measure 31.5-32" Trying to figure out what size to get.
post #1341 of 1824
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Do the Alpha khakis stretch out at all with wear? All my pants and jeans are size 28 waist but really measure 31.5-32" Trying to figure out what size to get.

I can't speak for anyone else, but mine did stretch 1-2 inches in the waist. Also, they do shrink in length. So get the next size up. I recommend buying them in person or order 2 - 3ea from the internet. I've seen two alpha khaki's labelled the same size differ in length 1-2 inches. The quality control is terrible.

If you want to try something not many people have recommended, look into the Levis 511 Sta-prest. Virtually the same fit but some new colors. Levis owns Dockers.
post #1342 of 1824
Those of you looking for Alphas and Waders in the NYC area may want to check out Marshall's and Century 21. They have a boatload for $19 to $25 a pair.
post #1343 of 1824
Skinny pants look terrible on most males in the US. Everyone is wearin' 'em and just about everyone is looking bad wearing 'em.
post #1344 of 1824
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Originally Posted by ludakrishna View Post

I can't speak for anyone else, but mine did stretch 1-2 inches in the waist. Also, they do shrink in length. So get the next size up. I recommend buying them in person or order 2 - 3ea from the internet. I've seen two alpha khaki's labelled the same size differ in length 1-2 inches. The quality control is terrible.
If you want to try something not many people have recommended, look into the Levis 511 Sta-prest. Virtually the same fit but some new colors. Levis owns Dockers.

1-2" stretch in the waist? You serious bro?

If so, I may be in luck. I need 33x34 which they hardly make. So maybe I can get 32x34's and have them stretch... hmm...
post #1345 of 1824

any AFFORDABLE recomendations for a decent tapered but not super skinny chino?

 

i tried the D1 dockers on and they didnt work out ... slightly too small in the legs (tighter than i wanted), and i didnt try a size up, but definetely needed it in the waist

 

thanks guys.... lookin for somethin for casual work and weekends i can roll up a bit and be comfy in..

post #1346 of 1824
Just got 3 pairs of Alphas at TJ Maxx for 12 bucks each. Love the fit. All mine fit true to size (same waist size as typical pair of jeans)
post #1347 of 1824
yeah I have a few pairs of alphas and there is definitely like a half size variation between different colors tagged the same size. Just try your luck and don't be too anal, they are not that expensive and you can usually return depending on where you buy them.
post #1348 of 1824

anyone know where to get Unis Gios for the cheapest price?

post #1349 of 1824
from Unis...right now they are $99
post #1350 of 1824
I can't stand skinny chinos, especially around the leg. Anyone could recommend some regular chinos?
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