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Chino Reccomendation

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ATS, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. ATS

    ATS Senior member

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    I have the Dockers Alpha Khaki D1 slim fit. They are great quality! and I love them. BUT I've gain more weight in the quads and they
    are just too slim now.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction of another brand that is about slightly wider in the mid to upper thigh by about .5" to 1" wider in the quad and still tappers down to a 7" opening? (i think the Alpha measures 10" across)



    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. ATS

    ATS Senior member

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    OR if it's easier something only slightly bigger than a Levis 511
     
  3. London

    London Senior member

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    UNIS Gio. Get a larger size and nip the waist
     
  4. ATS

    ATS Senior member

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    Thanks, anyone else ? :D
     
  5. jlarson

    jlarson Member

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    Bump.
    Got a Hawking Mcgill chino.
    Weird brand but amazing fit.
    50 at Urban outfitters.
     
  6. swansongkalia

    swansongkalia Member

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    HMG is a pretty bad brand....
    go for some J crew chinos, more expensive
    but better quality
     

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