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post #886 of 1825
Like most of the other posters I got my Baron Wells chinos today. I generally wear a 34/32 in Levis and most mass market pants. After taking a look at the measurements I ordered the size 34 in Navy and Khaki. I am about half an inch short of 6 feet and weigh 195 so I was concerned about ordering sight-unseen. My initial reaction is that the pants are snug on my thighs but not restricting. Length is perfect for me and overall the fit is very nice. My usually go-to for work chinos is J Crew Bowery and these are quite a bit slimmer then those. I will definitely consider Baron Wells when I am looking for chinos again, just probably go up a size and try 36.
post #887 of 1825
Cotton On makes a pair of Sim/Skinny Chinos. Pretty cheap for only $35. Be sure to size down. I'm a 32 & was able to fit a 30.
post #888 of 1825
Australia right?
post #889 of 1825
Sounds like the Baron Wells are a shade slimmer than the EP Rivets, correct? Probably doesn't matter since I've decided the next pair of chinos I buy are going to be Rivets. I love that they use mercerized cotton. I think that makes the fabric look a lot more polished and it gives them a really nice sheen that makes them look expensive, frankly.
post #890 of 1825
Given the discussion that's been going on here, thought people might find this interesting. Commerce With a Conscience ran a post on Unis, the brand by Eunice Lee. People apparently love Unis' chinos, but someone had a gripe in the comments about how much they cost. Lee replied and made a pretty good case, in my opinion. http://commercewithaconscience.info/...irts/#comments

Any Unis chino owners out there want to weigh in with their feelings on the brand?
post #891 of 1825
Unis gio is an excellent chino.
post #892 of 1825
Unis is a good brand all around and my pair of gios are my favorite of all of the chinos I own. The felix shirts are also quite good as well as the tees and the outerwear.
post #893 of 1825
anyone make a good slim lightweight chino in navy?
post #894 of 1825
I really like unis chinos. I have one for sale in my sig (I bought a smaller one that fits better).
post #895 of 1825
Teger, epaulet? The british khaki is lightweight, I think the navy should be the same material
post #896 of 1825
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Originally Posted by evilgeniusdan View Post
Unis gio is an excellent chino.

+1
they're my favorite out of all the different chinos I've owned or tried on
post #897 of 1825
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Originally Posted by BlackToothedGrin View Post
Teger, epaulet? The british khaki is lightweight, I think the navy should be the same material

im talking really, really, really lightweight. something for 95+ degree weather. also hopefully cheap!
post #898 of 1825
Thought people might be interested in fit pics of the Baron Wells chinos. I ordered a size 30 and they fit me perfectly in the waist. I'm 5'10" and 140 lbs. I don't think these are the best fitting chinos in the world - they're almost too tight up top even for my extremely skinny legs/thighs, so normal-proportioned people must have no hope except to size up and tailor the waist. But I do like that they are slim.


post #899 of 1825
They are definitely too tight on you. Probably too short as well.
post #900 of 1825
you serious? for the skinny fit, it's not bad. I'd even say the bottom half is too loose and long.
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