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post #676 of 689
Looks like dockers is upping the price on the waders -- their website has them "marked down" from $98 when they were $49 a month ago. Sucks, they're great pants.
post #677 of 689
Not all of them are $98, which is weird. lol But you might be right if they're just changing them slowly, because before it was only the carmel color that was higher than the other waders lol
post #678 of 689
Any got recommendations on a chino style wool grey pant that fits like the gio unis' chinos?
post #679 of 689
PSA - Unis Gio (note, not the slim model, still relatively slim though) in GREEN, size 28, marked from $300 down to $80, less 20% in store this weekend (PM me for proxy)

http://store.nomadshop.net/collections/sale/products/unis-giopntgrsgrn
post #680 of 689
Anyone else like the Dockers Alpha khaki? They're 50 bucks, I got em on sale for 16 lol. I love the fit.
http://us.dockers.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=11818030&cp=2271557
post #681 of 689
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Originally Posted by yoyodunno View Post

Anyone else like the Dockers Alpha khaki? They're 50 bucks, I got em on sale for 16 lol. I love the fit.
http://us.dockers.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=11818030&cp=2271557

I've read the reviews on their site by other customers and from my understanding close to half of the reviews complain about skin-tight legs... I don't want that, so any recommendations for something less slim?
post #682 of 689
Anyone know of slim fitting chinos similar to the ones at Zara? I bought a pair from Zara because they fit great.. but I can tell they won't last me long, as expected. They're 2% elastane so I'm thinking that's what providing the great fit... perhaps another brand that has chinos with elastane? <$150 please!
post #683 of 689
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Originally Posted by demizzle View Post

Anyone know of slim fitting chinos similar to the ones at Zara? I bought a pair from Zara because they fit great.. but I can tell they won't last me long, as expected. They're 2% elastane so I'm thinking that's what providing the great fit... perhaps another brand that has chinos with elastane? <$150 please!

I think I know exactly the pants you're talking about. They're under the "Zara Young" line which I don't think is manufactured anymore. I've got a couple pairs and despite their age they're still some of my favourite pants. Slim but comfortable, with a great silhouette; angled pockets and the slightest flare at the ankle. I really wish they still made them.

post #684 of 689

Do you guys stack your chinos?

post #685 of 689

Nah. I never stack. Not even ma jeans. I'm only 5'7. I buy 29" or 30" inseams and do a tight double cuff or single. But if u like the stack look then rock out.

post #686 of 689
Quote:
Originally Posted by demizzle View Post

Anyone know of slim fitting chinos similar to the ones at Zara? I bought a pair from Zara because they fit great.. but I can tell they won't last me long, as expected. They're 2% elastane so I'm thinking that's what providing the great fit... perhaps another brand that has chinos with elastane? <$150 please!

The Uniqlo slim fit chinos have elastane and are a great fit. $40. 

post #687 of 689

Hey guys, what is your opinion on how slim fitting chinos should fit vs how jeans should fit?

 

Should they fit similarly or should jeans be a little longer for stacking, while chinos having a clean break at your ankle? thoughts?

post #688 of 689

Hello! 

At the end of the day, what is a more versatile pant? The Express Producer, or Photographer?

post #689 of 689
Hello!

I'm also looking for dôme slim fit Chinos.

Dockers' waders look great but problem is I need 28/34.

Advice welcome!

Fred
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