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Costco Kirkland Signature Wool Dress pants

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Fabian43, Nov 2, 2013.

  1. Fabian43

    Fabian43 Senior Member

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    Just ordered several pair. IMO the quality is excellent for the price $39. Fully lined to the knees, flat front, 100% wool, manufactured by Warren of Stafford, rubber waistband, etc. I know some will scoff at buying clothing at Costco (of which I normally don't) but these pants are cut right (modern fit) solid material and priced right.

    Just wondering if any if you have experience and can comment.
     

  2. CrimsonCoal

    CrimsonCoal New Member

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    Sounds quite similar to the Kirkland Signature "fancy pants" that everybody liked from 05 to 11,
    http://www.styleforum.net/t/53750/costco-fancy-pants-no-more

    I haven't gotten a pair but they are supposedly a good value for under $40, however that was before production switched to Mexico it may be different now.
     

  3. JLibourel

    JLibourel Distinguished Member

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    I have a couple of pairs of the Mexican-made trousers. As far as I can judge, they seem very comparable to the older, Italian-made ones.
     

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    easy_golfing Senior Member

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    Are they really modern fit (not super trim, but not the normal baggy stuff)?
     

  5. Fabian43

    Fabian43 Senior Member

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    Not baggy at all, definitely a modern cut, tapers below the knee to leg opening. I have a bigger waist (42") so I appreciate the tapered legs compared to the "classic" look where the leg opening is huge
     

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    easy_golfing Senior Member

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    happen to have any measurements?
     

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    justinkapur Distinguished Member

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