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Incontex slacks super 180's??

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by JLamb16, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. JLamb16

    JLamb16 New Member

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    Interested in purchasing Incotex slacks super 180's fabric , not sure on pricing would go to store but don't wanna overpay because of ignorance, how much do they retail for? what should i expect to pay? how much would you pay? any help would be great you'd be helping alot[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. breakfasteatre

    breakfasteatre Senior member

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    would a 180s fabric not be extremely delicate?
     
  3. teddieriley

    teddieriley Senior member

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    Wait, you smell that?
    I was at Barneys in Beverly Hills. I saw a pair of Incotex 130s for about $750. They just looked like regular charcoal gray dress slacks to me. Saw 120s for $550. I wouldn't be surprised if 180s is similarly priced at full retail.
     
  4. stickonatree

    stickonatree Senior member

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    isn't 180's the range where cashmere starts? having such sheer and delicate pants would just be stupid - they'd develop holes after a few wears, eating up your $1,000 or whatever.
     

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