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post #181 of 319
not much info on durability, can anyone attest to how theirs have been holding up?
post #182 of 319
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Originally Posted by halberdklown View Post

not much info on durability, can anyone attest to how theirs have been holding up?

Very well. I've had a button pop off here and there, but that is an easy fix. Construction on these pants otherwise is top notch.
post #183 of 319
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post

Very well. I've had a button pop off here and there, but that is an easy fix. Construction on these pants otherwise is top notch.

I own 7 pairs as well and probably the most durable chino I have ever owned. The fabric alone is incredible and the construction is top notch. I have never really experienced any poor sewing on the hem either. In my mind these fit true to size as well but that is subjective. Lay the waist down flat on a 32 and you'll get 16".
post #184 of 319
^thanks guys, I really like the size 34 I got, and are certainly the best chinos I own, but I was a little thrown off by how sloppy some of the stitching and hemming is that I had concerns about possible durability problems
post #185 of 319
Do they still make shirts? None on the website? Last time I went to the store, I didn't see any Fall shirts either.
post #186 of 319
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Do they still make shirts? None on the website? Last time I went to the store, I didn't see any Fall shirts either.

The Felix shirt is hands down one of my favorite shirts out there. Better fit than Gitman, not as fgood fabric, but one of the best shirts out there IMO.

I haven't seen any either, they are pretty lite, so maybe some S/S 12 they'll be back.
post #187 of 319
UNIS 50% off. Get your UNIS chinos fix asap..
post #188 of 319
Damn, anyone know about the suiting? I need a suit.
post #189 of 319
dammit, no gio at 50% off frown.gif
post #190 of 319
Erm guys, how skinny is their skinny glo chinos?
post #191 of 319
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Originally Posted by halberdklown View Post

dammit, no gio at 50% off frown.gif

Dress Gio's are. And the regualr gios at whatever discount it comes to is still a good deal.
post #192 of 319
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Originally Posted by jhoo04 View Post

I own 7 pairs as well and probably the most durable chino I have ever owned. The fabric alone is incredible and the construction is top notch. I have never really experienced any poor sewing on the hem either. In my mind these fit true to size as well but that is subjective. Lay the waist down flat on a 32 and you'll get 16".

+1

Despite being more of a refined sort of chino mine have been exceptionally durable. My oldest pair has seen a ton of wear and they're still holding up perfectly.
post #193 of 319
I am true 32. Can i take 33 in the gio skinny even though they fit TTS?
post #194 of 319
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Originally Posted by ambivalence View Post

Erm guys, how skinny is their skinny glo chinos?

Pretty slim. I just picked up some gio dressys, which are supposedly based off of the gio skinny cut, and the hem is about 6.5" on a size 28.
post #195 of 319
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Originally Posted by bwahahahaha View Post

Pretty slim. I just picked up some gio dressys, which are supposedly based off of the gio skinny cut, and the hem is about 6.5" on a size 28.

I picked up a navy canvas gio dressy and gio skinny cut. Found the dressy to be much larger in the ass and thigh. The gio skinny cut fit very well.
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