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post #226 of 1825
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Originally Posted by StarterStyle View Post
Does anyone have a pair of the Dockers K-1 khakis? I'm thinking about ordering a pair because they look like exactly what I want out of a khaki.

I have 2 pair. They're definitely not slim cut, but I like the material (pretty heavy, but soft) and some of the details. I'll probably add them back into my rotation around Sept-Oct when it starts cooling off.
post #227 of 1825
Just received the JCrew urban slim fit chinos (29x32). Fit pretty well, but I was hoping for a darker color so I will probably return. Also tried out the new gap slim khakis in 29x30, but they are too short (see awkward photos).

J. Crew urban slim fit, faded chino



Gap
post #228 of 1825
Could you get measurements on either one?
post #229 of 1825
Received the Rivet Chinos from Epaulet, but found out I ordered the wrong size mistakenly (good thing I have an eye appointment tomorrow!).

However, the button-fly is substantial and beautifully done, the material is top-notch, and the construction is something else. From eyeballing it with a pair of MJKs, the fit seems to be rather skinny with a very small knee measurement.
post #230 of 1825
i have a few pair of essential chinos from j.crew classic fit. does anyone have any reccomendations for even more casual chinos in the same fit or similar? or should i just settle for the same thing, but broken-in?
post #231 of 1825
yes or the stanton pants, which are the same but uses thinner fabric
post #232 of 1825
Forget the fit, the new Gap slims are awful - cheap, thin material that wrinkles when you look at them wrong.

Their new "vintage khakis" are much better, but not as slim and not made for office wear.
post #233 of 1825
I've got a pair of grey khakis from gap and they always get heaps of compliments. I find them to be a slim fit, assuming you get the right size.
post #234 of 1825
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Originally Posted by ataru View Post
The rugby university chino is very cool. Slim and has a good feel to the material. Definitely size down 1 though unless you want to sag them.

Not anymore. Couple (I think) seasons ago they re-did them. A year or so ago they were pretty much cut like J.crew's classic fit. Now they're more like the urban slim but I think slightly lower rise and definitely slimmer through the thigh. I find j.crews classic/urban slim to be too loose in the thighs and the Rugby ones are now almost too slim in the thighs for me.


Also - Does anyone own any UNIS chinos or cords in the Gio fit? Measurements on a 30? I'm considering the royal blue cords but have never tried them on so I'm a little iffy about purchasing them w/ no ability to return.
post #235 of 1825
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Originally Posted by kruze View Post
I just bought a pair as well. I think it was the university cut. Nice material and decent build. Fit nice and slim. I also like these certain HM khaki's but I never see them in my size. Instead They usually have the crappy, gets ultra wrinkled, cheap shit pair all the time.
do the "cheap shit pair" have the same color as the other khakis you like from H&M? I really like the color of the "cheap shit pair" because I have seen them too unfortunately I do not like the wrinkles it may have. Do you know the "5" as h&m employees call it? It is on the price tag XXXX/X replace the X's with numbers. If you call other H&M stores with that number they can look for it for you in your size. If you do find out that "5" number code please share with us as I would like to see what these khakis look like as well.
post #236 of 1825
club monaco: the new wright fit that came out in July in a wide array of colors
post #237 of 1825
Club monaco's one is too expensive for what it is.........I check it out recently, it is listed at around 120 USD.........well, you can buy it on sale, but you have to wait a few months.
post #238 of 1825
Also got the Gap khakis. Fit pretty well, better than the Dockers D1 slim fit.
post #239 of 1825
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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post
Also got the Gap khakis. Fit pretty well, better than the Dockers D1 slim fit.

D1 isn't even slim. I tried a pair on in a size 28 and it was huge, it was at least 2 sizes too big in the waist too when I'm usually a 30.
post #240 of 1825
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
D1 isn't even slim. I tried a pair on in a size 28 and it was huge, it was at least 2 sizes too big in the waist too when I'm usually a 30.

I thought they fit pretty true to size. I'm a 30 and fit a 30. Tried on a 29 and was about to pop the button. I think the D1 are certainly slimmer than the BR slims.
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