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post #1576 of 1825

i bought a pair of alpha khakis (30x32) when they were on sale on Boxing Day.. I still haven't washed them (i've been traveling) but i'll post after i do to see if they shrink or not. And I was between the 29, 30 and 31 waist, but just got the one in the middle. 

post #1577 of 1825
Nordstrom is having their 50% off mens sale online. Alphas are going for 29.99.
post #1578 of 1825
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Nordstrom is having their 50% off mens sale online. Alphas are going for 29.99.

 

Nice find. I wish they would put the more basic colors on sale though

post #1579 of 1825
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Nice find. I wish they would put the more basic colors on sale though

 

And sizes, damn, it's literally impossible to find these pants in a longer inseam. 

post #1580 of 1825
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I have seen that Epaulet manufacturers their chinos in Los Angeles, and that Unis is moving production there. Does this mean they are produced at the same place? Any idea where either chino is produced? It would be interesting if they were indeed manufactured at the same place.

these are very different pants - different fabrics, different cuts. as long as both continue to be of the same quality they've been you can't go wrong buying either.
post #1581 of 1825

Looking for the Docker Alpha Khaki in olive or rifle green

or something in a similar fit.

post #1582 of 1825
Are there any alternatives to the alpha khakis that have a similar fit and price point? Just curious, having a hard time finding the size I need in them and wouldn't mind just getting something else if its close to them
post #1583 of 1825
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Unionmade has measurements:
http://www.unionmadegoods.com/Unis_Gio_in_Vintage_Khaki_5043.html
Click on the measurements button.
Any website has measurements for the Unis Gio skinnies? I searched google and couldn't find anything.

Looks very nice. I have a pair in similar color from J Crew but it wrinkles a lot. How does the quality compare?
post #1584 of 1825
Unis will be a lot better than J Crew in both quality of the material and construction.
post #1585 of 1825
Anyone have the GAP extra slim fit chino's?.. well khakis.. On the website it's called the lived in slim khaki but on the tag in the store it says extra slim fit.

I tried on two sizes.. 28x30 and 30x32

30x32 the length fit perfect but the waist is too big. The 28x30 the waist is perfect but the length is too short. I guess I'll go with the 30x32 and take in the waist. My buddy works at Banana Republic so I'll get a 50% off icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1586 of 1825
I tried on the lived in khaki and didn't find it slimming at all no taper felt straight. Is that the one you're talking about?

Gap offers 40% off so frequently because the quality I'd nowhere near worth full price. Same with banana republic.
post #1587 of 1825
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I tried on the lived in khaki and didn't find it slimming at all no taper felt straight. Is that the one you're talking about?

Gap offers 40% off so frequently because the quality I'd nowhere near worth full price. Same with banana republic.

Those are the ones. I have the Tailored fit khakis from the gap and they're regular work horse pants. I'm also waiting on the alpha's to go on sale as I'm not going to pay $75 for them. Well they're $75 at the Bay in Canada
post #1588 of 1825

Is the J Crew Urban Slim a very slim chino? I'm having trouble finding something that fits me well. I ordered some Alpha Khakis in 29x30 and even those are loose on me and not flattering at all. I have 20" thighs and 14" calves. I hate how everything feels baggy. Anybody have a recommendation? Lower price would be ideal but open to anything. I'm small (130lbs) so it's hard for me to find a staple chino that I can wear daily in several colorways.

post #1589 of 1825
No they are not. Alphas are slimmer. Try the JCrew 484 cut.
post #1590 of 1825

the Jcrew 484 is a way better fit than the Urban Slim. I find the Urban Slim way too big in the thigh.

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