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post #196 of 322
Yeah, they're definitely not skin tight around the ass/thigh area, but taper pretty hard. Fit is spot on for a grey flannel trouser in my opinion. Don't really want a flannel trouser to be skin tight around the thigh.
post #197 of 322
I have a pair of olive Gio chinos in a size 28 that I'm getting ready to post on B&S. Only been worn a couple of times, purchased over the summer. Looking for something in the neighborhood of $100. PM me if you're interested...
post #198 of 322
Does anyone have an epaulet rivet chino and a unis chino to compare? I am a 33 in Rivets and I just measured my pair and they are 34". Does that mean I need to size up to a 34 in the gio?
post #199 of 322
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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

Does anyone have an epaulet rivet chino and a unis chino to compare? I am a 33 in Rivets and I just measured my pair and they are 34". Does that mean I need to size up to a 34 in the gio?

Others may disagree but I have found the UNIS Gio (regular, not skinny/dressy) to be the most TTS fitting trouser I've owned. I would say if the EP measure 34 and you like them, go for 34 in the Gio's.
post #200 of 322
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Others may disagree but I have found the UNIS Gio (regular, not skinny/dressy) to be the most TTS fitting trouser I've owned. I would say if the EP measure 34 and you like them, go for 34 in the Gio's.

I'd agree with this.

Though I do not consider the regular Gios slim, they are straight, the Epaulet Rivets fit slimmer than the Gios. That and the Gios definietly open up some after a few wears, whereas the rivets still seem to fit the same.

I love me my Gio's, own about 6 pair, but I have been leaning towards my rivets lately.
post #201 of 322
So just to clarify, you guys are saying 33 in the rivets = 34 in the gios, right? Size up one from Epaulet?
post #202 of 322
I don't own any EP. However, if the EP (in size 33) are measuring 34, you should go with Gio in 34. I hope that helps.
post #203 of 322
Got my first pair of Unis Gio's a month ago and just ordered my 2nd. Love the fit. Perfect rise and taper down the leg. Even the inseam is just the rig length for me. Couldn't be happier.

Paid under $100 for both, but could see myself buying a pair in the future at full price.
post #204 of 322
What's the leg opening on the 34s gios in regular and skinny?
post #205 of 322
Man, I'm waiting for some of them go-to-hell colors.
post #206 of 322
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post

Got my first pair of Unis Gio's a month ago and just ordered my 2nd. Love the fit. Perfect rise and taper down the leg. Even the inseam is just the rig length for me. Couldn't be happier.

Paid under $100 for both, but could see myself buying a pair in the future at full price.

Gio skinny?
post #207 of 322
Some new colours are out. Cobalt and carbon are interesting.

Pity the oxblood seems to have disappeared.
post #208 of 322
those are for fall
post #209 of 322

UNIS has some really interesting stuff. Hard to find retailers who carry a wide selection though..

post #210 of 322

Unis has 27 in Gio Skinnies now. I'm a 28 TTS, but I still need to wear a belt when I wear pants in sz 28. I wear a 25 in APC NS. Should I get the 27 or 28 in Unis Gio skinnies?

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