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Clearing out the Incotex! 23 pairs of pants for sale (26, 28, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40)

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I need to get rid of these Incotex. They’re getting in the way. Tags on all of these are cut, but they are definitely Incotex. Check the measurements on all of them (some of them run a little big or small in the waist). I'm selling them for $35 per pair. Shipping is free in the US. Canada is an extra $10 for the first pair, $5 each after that. Overseas, drop me a line and I'll check. PM me if you are interested. 20) Size 36 (EU 52) Coral/pink. “High comfort” light weight. Skinny. 96% cotton, 4% elastene. Made in Portugal. Unfinished. I like the color of these. 34” waist. 10” waist. 36” inseam. 8” ankle opening.
 

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Which of the Size 34 would be most appropriate for summer?
 

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Originally Posted by P3R3
Which of the Size 34 would be most appropriate for summer?

I'd say 7, 11, 12, and 14 are the best here for summer, but it depends on your definition of summer. New England, definitely. They'd be great. Texas, maybe not. The cords are made from pretty thin material, and the wool pair is not very heavy.
 

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Originally Posted by edmorel
Cheap Incotex are becoming scarce.

You ain't kidding. I was hoping I'd have another huge lot of spring/summer by now. Looks like it's not going to happen. You never know, but the outlook is less than positive.
 

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Originally Posted by chorse123
I'd say 7, 11, 12, and 14 are the best here for summer, but it depends on your definition of summer. New England, definitely. They'd be great. Texas, maybe not. The cords are made from pretty thin material, and the wool pair is not very heavy.
I live in South Carolina, so I guess it gets pretty hot.

On #14, those stains will be unseen when these are cuffed correct?
On #7, are these Super 120's?
 

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I'm in for #12 and #19 if still available. Just let me know how to pay. Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by P3R3
I live in South Carolina, so I guess it gets pretty hot.

On #14, those stains will be unseen when these are cuffed correct?
On #7, are these Super 120's?


What's your inseam? I'll double check, but yes, I'm fairly certain they won't be seen.

Sorry, #7 is gone. They fly out the door sometimes when the list hits.
 

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Originally Posted by chorse123
What's your inseam? I'll double check, but yes, I'm fairly certain they won't be seen.

Sorry, #7 is gone. They fly out the door sometimes when the list hits.

33" inseam.
 

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No 30"? So unfortunate!
 

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Originally Posted by P3R3
33" inseam.
Here's a picture which should help illustrate the stains. There is a small line mark on the rear of the left leg (see pencil point) which would be visible, but, in my opinion, not a big deal. That's for you to decide, though. The worst stuff, at the hem, would be gone. Those dots next to the 34" march are actually fuzz from the measuring tape, NOT stains on the pants.


Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
No 30"? So unfortunate!
Sorry about that. Very hard to be pick. I try to get all I can, but next time I'll be sure to try and get as many 30 as possible.
 

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Any way the stain might wash out?
Whats the difference between 11 and 14?
 

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Dibs on the green jeans if I get the right answers to the following questions:

1. Two of the pictures are dark; one is brighter. Which one(s) display the jeans' true color?

2. How lean are they cut? I assume they're meant to fit and wear like jeans rather than slacks (sit on the hips and all that). I like my jeans pretty slim.

3. I assume they're tapered; how severe is the taper?

4. Why does everyone rave about Incotex? (Not a snide question; I'd just like to know more about what I'm buying than the fit and looks, which so far I like. A newbie always trying to learn.)

If you wouldn't mind throwing up a full-length shot before I pull the trigger, that would be great, though not essential. I'd be glad to throw some money your way, chorse; I admire your style, which is consistently excellent and yet quite original.
 

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