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post #226 of 321
It's best to contact UNIS directly. They are very helpful and will be happy to provide you accurate measurements.
post #227 of 321
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I know what you're saying. I'm asking because I'm planning on getting the same pair and the info would be helpful.

oh, sorry...misunderstood your post.
waist for the 30 was about 15.25, and last seasons pair was 15.75
post #228 of 321
are you guys cuffing the hem or leaving it?
post #229 of 321
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are you guys cuffing the hem or leaving it?

 

Cuff? The hems were 34", I hemmed them to 30.5" and it fits much better.

post #230 of 321
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Cuff? The hems were 34", I hemmed them to 30.5" and it fits much better.

no i meant, i need to hem my gios, should i do cuffs or no cuffs?
post #231 of 321

I'm not quite sure what you mean, I just did original hem.

post #232 of 321
He's asking if he should hem with or without a cuff... it's really a preference thing.
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damn i would totally try to get a job there if i could work part time on weekends. love everything about this spot. I should have checked out the party yesterday. 

post #235 of 321
anyone know what the colour of the Unis gio mist? white or very light blue?
post #236 of 321

they have a very very faint blue hue. Depending on the light they'll seem more or less white. I love them, great pair of pants for summer!

post #237 of 321
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no i meant, i need to hem my gios, should i do cuffs or no cuffs?

 

It's your call. I like cuffs, so I do cuffs. The fabric is heavy enough that they drape fine without.

post #238 of 321

I kopped a pair of the Unis' Chinos due to SF recommendation but, at $200, I don't see anything to recommend them over Epaulet at $135. 

 

Material and construction is not as good IMO. Especially disappointing there is no easy way to adjust the waistband. 

 

Can anyone explain why Gios are superior?

post #239 of 321
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Originally Posted by Rincon View Post

I kopped a pair of the Unis' Chinos due to SF recommendation but, at $200, I don't see anything to recommend them over Epaulet at $135. 

 

Material and construction is not as good IMO. Especially disappointing there is no easy way to adjust the waistband. 

 

Can anyone explain why Gios are superior?

 

I don't have experience with Epaulets, but I here people say that the Gios have the best fit.

post #240 of 321
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Originally Posted by Rincon View Post

I kopped a pair of the Unis' Chinos due to SF recommendation but, at $200, I don't see anything to recommend them over Epaulet at $135. 

 

Material and construction is not as good IMO. Especially disappointing there is no easy way to adjust the waistband. 

 

Can anyone explain why Gios are superior?

 

Easy way to adjust the waistband? It's no easier or harder than on a pair from Epaulet---just take it to your tailor. The goodness of fit is entirely personal preference. I have trousers from Unis, Epaulet, and Howard Yount. I'm not sure there's anything to recommend any of them over the others besides your personal preference for fit, fabrics, and details.

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