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post #1786 of 1831
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Originally Posted by redboat View Post

Does anyone know which Levi's jeans model fits most similarly to Docker's Alphas? Thanks.

 

Probably somewhere between 511s and 513s IMO. Although both Levis and Dockers are highly inconsistent in their sizing.

post #1787 of 1831
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Originally Posted by redboat View Post

Does anyone know which Levi's jeans model fits most similarly to Docker's Alphas? Thanks.

A salesman at the Levi's store on Market St in San Francisco said 513s were the nearest fit. Based on the 508s, 511s, 514s, and 513s I tried on, he seems right.

post #1788 of 1831
I'd get them from a brick and mortar where you could try them on first. As shiz said, Levi's is pretty inconsistent.
post #1789 of 1831
Anything similar in fit to the Alpha Khakis that's just the plain regular light-med khaki color? Their new british khaki is actually cardboard brown.
post #1790 of 1831
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

Anything similar in fit to the Alpha Khakis that's just the plain regular light-med khaki color?

I mean, just about anything in this thread has that standard khaki color... Apolis, Left Field, rogue territory...
post #1791 of 1831
Anyone tried the lands end canvas comer chino. It seems on their website like they have a 14.5" leg opening?
post #1792 of 1831
Hands down the Hawkings McGill skinny chinos. Grabbed a pair at URBN. They're a great fit and definitely between skinny/slim. Also reasonably priced. I have them in slate, but they offer them in khaki, burnt orange, etc. They're casual but might be dual-use on something moderately formal.

Also try H&M. They have some nice skinny khaki, navy and black chinos. They're also kind of dual use.

If you want true skinny fit, try Tilly's selection of stretch skater-douche in skinny. I bought a black and khaki pair that are tolerable (no crazy back pocket patterns) and are great for very casual wear.
post #1793 of 1831

Hi, I've been in the market for some chinos and have heard good things about Epaulet. Unfortunately I'm a size 28 and they only carry 30+. I know the MTO option allows for a 28, but I'm not sure about the 4-6 week wait and non-returnability. Its just that I'm cigarette thin and finding chinos that fit me slim and not skinny has been torture. I have about $500 I'm looking to invest in my wardrobe immediately and was thinking about going for khaki and navy epaulets or grabbing some APC new standards and just going J.Crew on the Chino front. Any suggestions?

post #1794 of 1831
Just got a pair of the Left Field Tailored chinos. Wanted to get them hemmed but not sure if I should do it after a first wash. Do these shrink much? I emailed Left Field but got no response
post #1795 of 1831
Gap lived in slim nough said.
post #1796 of 1831

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Edited by jhwendland - 11/17/13 at 12:45pm
post #1797 of 1831

Hi

 

I love Incotex brand, I have a few of those and were made from Venice, Italy.  I didn't know that they were made in Romania.  I love the texture of the fabric and the way it fits.  Filipinos would tease me wearing it because it sounds like a woman's tampon brand used popularly in the Philippines. Lol.

 

I like also Brunello Cucinelli.  I am looking at the Band of Outsiders yellow blazer and slacks.  I am just worried about the sizing which is from 1 - 4.  Since they are made in the States, should I not worry that they would be too tight since their sizing is English.

post #1798 of 1831
chinos with 6.5" hem opening? i've been only finding 7" which i also already have.
post #1799 of 1831
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

chinos with 6.5" hem opening? i've been only finding 7" which i also already have.

i'm selling a new pair of margiela's with a 6.5 hem in the marketplace but they are a size 32.
post #1800 of 1831
Anyone know the leg opening on the gap lived in skinny chinos?
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