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post #1366 of 1831
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Originally Posted by BoboMax View Post

i just picked up a pair. the rise is so low and tight in my crotch area that i feel like my balls are about to explode. this is disappointing, since the material feels nice and the price was great on sale =(

Agree, the rise is too damn low. They are supposed to be BB's slimmest pants so I guess there isn't a milano with high rise? It sucks because they're great on sale as you said.
post #1367 of 1831
wear them below the waist.
post #1368 of 1831
I''ve an inseam length of "30, and I was thinking on doing this with my next pair of chino:
Buy a chino with "32 length, then I can cuff it up when needed, but also hide the fabric on the inside for the uncuffed style.

Opinions?
post #1369 of 1831

Dockers D1 + JCrew both work for me ... I like the stiff/heavy feel of Dockers for wear year round

post #1370 of 1831
Disappointed with the color on the Alpha Khakis. The "New British" color was much darker than I was expecting and the "Safari Beige" looks more like light grey. confused.gif Fit was good though.
Edited by Kensington - 2/23/12 at 5:00pm
post #1371 of 1831
I noticed J Crew now make chinos in an even slimmer "484" fit. Picked up a pair today. I like em a lot so far. Fit pics:

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Edited by Kensington - 2/23/12 at 7:35pm
post #1372 of 1831
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I noticed J Crew now make chinos in an even slimmer "484" fit. Picked up a pair today. I like em a lot so far. Fit pics:
IMG_0600.jpg
IMG_0602.jpg

I get chills, I just hate tight chinos, but hey, that's me. I have bought two classic J Crew chinos, the perfect combination between slim and regular fit , atleast for me. smile.gif
post #1373 of 1831
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Dunno if I should've pulled the trigger on these Alpha Khakis. These are sized down two from my true waist size, to 30x30. My only gripes were the mid-rise and the really deep pockets.

Thoughts?
post #1374 of 1831
Seems too long, are you going to roll it up a little?
post #1375 of 1831
I have a pair i've never even tried on from the dockers K1 line
should i throw it up on B&S? has a $200 price tag on it
post #1376 of 1831
any idea what slim chinos these are?
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post #1377 of 1831
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

I get chills, I just hate tight chinos, but hey, that's me. I have bought two classic J Crew chinos, the perfect combination between slim and regular fit , atleast for me. smile.gif

To each his own. There is actually still space between my leg and the fabric, but I can imagine anyone else with bigger legs getting the circulation cut off wearing these. lol8[1].gif
post #1378 of 1831
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I noticed J Crew now make chinos in an even slimmer "484" fit. Picked up a pair today. I like em a lot so far. Fit pics:
IMG_0600.jpg
IMG_0602.jpg

looks great, looks alot like APC petit standard.

how much did they run you?
post #1379 of 1831
Others have complained about the Milano fit from Brooks Brothers, but I just kopped a pair of the garment dyed chinos and found them to be excellent. Good quality material and the fit was spot on for me -- low rise and all. Overpriced @ full price but you can probably get them w/ a coupon. They're not quite as tight as the Dockers Alphas.

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=220&Product_Id=1596179&Parent_Id=1032&default_color=BRICK&sort_by=newArrivals&sectioncolor=&sectionsize=#null

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post #1380 of 1831
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

Seems too long, are you going to roll it up a little?

Yeah. Either that, or expect the inseam to shrink in the washer.
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