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Cheap Chinos?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by agp, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. agp

    agp Senior member

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    Most chinos I've seen (Club Monaco, JCrew, Ralph Lauren, etc) are all in the $70/pair range. Can anyone recommend some slim fit chinos that cost a little less but is still as good? Maybe $50/pair or so?
     
  2. petercoleman

    petercoleman Active Member

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    Dockers Alpha Khaki. I believe they retail for around 54 but can easily be had for 30-40.
     
  3. ramizlol

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    H&M I have about 2 pairs and they are holding up pretty good. Don't wash them in hot water or put them in dryer they might shrink a bit
     
  4. agp

    agp Senior member

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    H&M ones look too much like jeans with the fifth pocket... I need something that doesn't :satisfied:
     
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  5. Lee Ken

    Lee Ken Member

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    I,d recommend brooks milano fit chinos when they're on sale
     
  6. Dr Huh?

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  7. docka

    docka Senior member

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    You can catch Jcrew during sales and it will be less than the suggested retail price of $70. Gap lived-in slim fitted khakis are a good value if you can catch them at around $30 a pair.
     
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  8. Cheweh

    Cheweh Well-Known Member

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    Gap tailored fit khakis fit really well. I bought a pair on sale this week for $35.
     

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