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post #211 of 318
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Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post

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?

 

Get them both, return the one you don't like. More important than the fit of the waist is the fit of the seat and thigh---you can always get the waist taken in or out as needed by a tailor, and Gios have allowances for this.

post #212 of 318
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Originally Posted by Raindrop View Post

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

We usually get the full assortment of colors for pants. We still have a couple of sizes left from fall (www.shoplostfound.com).
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Some new colours are out. Cobalt and carbon are interesting.
Pity the oxblood seems to have disappeared.

We have two pairs left...
post #213 of 318
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

What's the leg opening on the 34s gios in regular and skinny?

Anybody?
post #214 of 318
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Anybody?

Leg opening is 8.25" on the 34 in past seasons. With the being said, they are slimmer this season with a higher rise.
post #215 of 318
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Originally Posted by jhoo04 View Post

Leg opening is 8.25" on the 34 in past seasons. With the being said, they are slimmer this season with a higher rise.

Thanks, that's about perfect for me icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #216 of 318

Just got a pair of Unis. They're long and stacking at the bottom, should I get them hemmed? Do you guys just leave yours?

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get them hemmed
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lol.
post #219 of 318
I'd like to contribute on my positive experience on UNIS.
I had some issues with my pair of Gio trousers and Unis went above and beyond to resolve the matter.
Their customer service makes all others pale in comparison.


Even without that experience I would say I rate them very highly.
I own a few of the chinos popular here on the forum and IMHO Unis are the best overall.
Outstanding fit constructed with beautiful fabric that surpasses its competitors and well made to boot.
post #220 of 318

I agree with the above poster. Been wearing mine for 2 weeks and they're awesome. The construction, quality, and comfortability is great.

post #221 of 318
unless I just got a weird/mis-tagged pair...the gio skinnys seem noticeably smaller than less season. The cobalt pair I just got is an inch smaller in the waist (as well as smaller in the thigh) than the pair I have from fall/winter.
post #222 of 318
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

unless I just got a weird/mis-tagged pair...the gio skinnys seem noticeably smaller than less season. The cobalt pair I just got is an inch smaller in the waist (as well as smaller in the thigh) than the pair I have from fall/winter.
What's the tagged size vs actual measured size? Both my pairs are 1 inch over the tagged size.
post #223 of 318
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What's the tagged size vs actual measured size? Both my pairs are 1 inch over the tagged size.

?? that's not the point I'm making. I'm saying own multiple pairs of the skinny (all size 30) from different seasons (or well, the two oldest pairs I have are the gio regular, but back then the gio = the current gio skinny and there was no straight fit gio) all of which fit pretty much the same except for the 30 from this current season, which definitely fits smaller in the top block.
post #224 of 318

This seasons models are noticeably smaller in the top block for both the Gio & Gio Skinny. Size up may be necessary.

post #225 of 318
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

?? that's not the point I'm making. I'm saying own multiple pairs of the skinny (all size 30) from different seasons (or well, the two oldest pairs I have are the gio regular, but back then the gio = the current gio skinny and there was no straight fit gio) all of which fit pretty much the same except for the 30 from this current season, which definitely fits smaller in the top block.
I know what you're saying. I'm asking because I'm planning on getting the same pair and the info would be helpful.
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