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post #181 of 1828
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Originally Posted by slappy View Post
Oh you can mix and match the pants for the buy 2 deal. I got one of Clarks and one of Milano, Ill exchange the one I dont like.

Please post feedback and rise measurements. Thanks!
post #182 of 1828
I've been wearing 3 different pair of vintage uniqlo chinos for like 2 years now. They aren't going to last too much longer and I wear them frequently because I love the fit. Is it reasonable to take a pair to a tailor and have them copy it? I've never tried anything like that before. It would also give me access to more colors going this route.

I'm not a fan of the J. Crew alternative, their urban slim chino is very different from the vintage uniqlo fit. Brooks Bros don't go below size 30 and look too dressy, at least in their picture.
post #183 of 1828
dockers.us just started carrying a tapered version of their pants that goes to a 15" leg opening

http://us.dockers.com/product/index....entPage=family




im prob going to try em
post #184 of 1828
post #185 of 1828
i like the fit, i would tear off the dickies logo though the dickies website makes the pants look bigger? i guess the model is a super skinny japanese guy i'm sure theyre stiff as hell, i'll buy a pair just to test out and give em a good wash to loosen them up btw heres two coupon codes for their website
post #186 of 1828
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Originally Posted by snuff_daddy View Post
dockers.us just started carrying a tapered version of their pants that goes to a 15" leg opening

http://us.dockers.com/product/index....entPage=family




im prob going to try em

I just got these, they're pretty great - material is quite thick.
post #187 of 1828
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Originally Posted by snuff_daddy View Post
i like the fit, i would tear off the dickies logo though
x2 on both counts I think that fit is perfect on you. Hate the logo on the knee.
post #188 of 1828
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Originally Posted by Coal_Mining_Polak View Post
I just got these, they're pretty great - material is quite thick.
Material sounds good, but I like more taper.
post #189 of 1828
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Originally Posted by Coal_Mining_Polak View Post
I just got these, they're pretty great - material is quite thick.
i ordered both colors, i should get em in this week...i'll post fit pics and measurements for everyone
post #190 of 1828
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Originally Posted by yayorc View Post
My personal favorite are from a store called Save Khaki in NYC. Barneys & Bloomingdales definitely carry some of their stuff.

Also, I just picked up two paid of Earnest Sewn twill cotton chinos on Gilt for $100 off the retail price. They size a bit off, I fit a 31 in 'fulton' cut chinos, but a 32 in the denim.

Agreed on the Save Khakis. I picked up two pair the last time I was in NY, and they're amazing for the price ($100).
post #191 of 1828
The fit on the dockers looks decent. Good thing I'm not tall lol inseam sz only 30. I'll have to try them out.
post #192 of 1828
I'm a huge fan of Epaulet's Rivet Chinos

post #193 of 1828
just got these slim tapered dockers in the mail...pardon the wrinkles/creases they were packed shitty in the bag when UPS dropped em off used a 30% off friends and family coupon and they came out to 35.00 each (coupon expired already) heres the other color: theyre thick and the inseam is short (30") im 5'8" and i wear a 31(waist) in jcrew and got a 32(waist) in these and these fit slimmer than jcrew urban slim fit pants dockers site: http://us.dockers.com/product/index....entPage=family i think these are the same as the dockers on UO's website http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban...ULTS&color=031 but with much more color options measurements coming soon......
post #194 of 1828
tonio028 & snuff_daddy Both of the pants fit you guys perfectly. Goes to show that it's not one cut fits all. That said, I think the quality of the Epaulet pants are great, as is the owner/designer, Mike.
post #195 of 1828
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Originally Posted by whiskeylaureate View Post
tonio028 & snuff_daddy Both of the pants fit you guys perfectly. Goes to show that it's not one cut fits all. That said, I think the quality of the Epaulet pants are great, as is the owner/designer, Mike.

Agreed, I had a chance to feel up a friend's pair of the rivet chinos. I just placed an order for mine, will see how the fit works.
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