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Daffy's Incotex

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by yellman, May 13, 2009.

  1. RSN125

    RSN125 Senior member

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    Madison/44th has a small selection - even a few Made in Italy Super 150's for $50 - quite the deal...
     
  2. bigbris1

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    Someone bought a ton of 40's or you aren't looking hard enough.

    W57th is very small, hard to miss with the few racks they have but I will check again.

    Go to the Soho store. They have some beauties in size 40+.
    I'm good with the two pair I bought. Now all I need are some HF or Burberry pants. Thinking about hitting The Rack & Last Call.
     
  3. bigbris1

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    Someone bought a ton of 40's or you aren't looking hard enough.
    Went again just now, they only had like 3 pairs of the dark brown s100's wool (which I bought yesterday) and a few fall weight cotton, of which I bought 3 pairs.
     
  4. AntiHero84

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    Score!

    Soho still has some 30-36. Plenty of 38+.

    Happy hunting.
     
  5. randallr

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    Went again just now, they only had like 3 pairs of the dark brown s100's wool (which I bought yesterday) and a few fall weight cotton, of which I bought 3 pairs.

    Sorry I meant Lex and 57th or somewhere up there.
     
  6. bigbris1

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    Sorry I meant Lex and 57th or somewhere up there.

    Yes, that store had the mother lode.
     
  7. AntiHero84

    AntiHero84 Senior member

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    Financial District has more Incotex. Some 30 and 32's. Very few 34-38. Plenty of 40+.
     
  8. onix

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    [​IMG] I am moving to New York, nothing here is Chicago ever....
     
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    Doh! I timed my visit to NYC 2 weeks too early as I was there at the beginning of July and the numerous Daffy's I visited had zip.
     
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    [​IMG] I am moving to New York, nothing here is Chicago ever....

    If you want to have a pretty good idea of what really is "nothing", you should move to Montreal.

    At least, you have Filenes and Nordstrom Rack [​IMG]
     
  11. freedavebrown

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    The Daffys website now has a "truck tracker" function also that will let you see when trucks are arriving at the various stores with new stuff (unfortunately the contents of the trucks are a mystery)
     
  12. Young Pro

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    Heading to NY on Friday, any recent updates on Incotex/Mabitex stocks at various Daffy's?
     
  13. Ich_Dien

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    That ship has long sailed. It's back to paying €220+ for these.
     
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  14. NickPollica

    NickPollica Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Not true. Check out the Daffy's in Soho, the last time I was there there was a reasonable stock (depending on your size).
     
  15. brianoh

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    None on Madison or Columbus Circle anymore.
     
  16. ThinkDerm

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    daffy's has not had incotex for a while. perhaps a restock soon?
     
  17. viator

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    I just bought a pair of wool/cotton blend at 44th street yesterday.
     
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  19. ArsenalDan

    ArsenalDan Senior member

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    In 32s, the following are done for: 18th Street, 44th Street, and Soho. Well, there was one GTH-colored red chino at 44th. All aside from 18th were pretty picked over by the time I arrived; annoyingly, 18th St APPEARS to have a ton of 32's, but for whatever reason all of the stores have a lot of 36s marked as 32s.
     
  20. RebelWithACause

    RebelWithACause Senior member

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    the daffy in queens has nothing, saw a shipment of some trousers by John Barret I believe. Are they good pickups? I do have a pair of 36 mabitex and 34 incotex for trade, I am looking for size 40/56. Maybe queens might get them at a later date.
     

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