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Mid/high rise chino brand

Dannyboy11

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Hi,
I am looking for a mid/high rise chino I can wear to work. Any brand/model recommendations would be appreciated.
 

gh0sty

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I've been looking around as well. SEH Kelly's have been the closest to what I'm looking for and Engineered Garments are a second for me. MTO seems the most optimal with someone like Epaulet in the Rico or Taylor. I'd love to know what you're looking at as well. I'd like some type of fabric with a bit of texture to it ala herringbone or something with slub.
 

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No personal experience but have seen good results from Yeossal, formerly an affiliate vendor here. Search and you’ll find a thread on them.
 

flx

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This has recently been asked here so you can find some answers over there 🙂
 

clee1982

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mid to high rise slim (the new in) or not slim (not as in)
 

SteveMc

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Check out Lost Monarch an SF affiliate. They have high rise cotton chinos at a decent price.
Can't vouch personally though. If they'll ever offer something in off-white or stone it would be an instant cop.
 

acapaca

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I have found the Peter Millar chinos that are made in Peru to have a really long rise, like in the range of 30-31 inches total.
 

GaiusM

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These are Japanese brands and can be found on Rakuten and various other online shops
Buzz Rickson - Mid-High Rise WW2 style chinos. Original Spec is the closest to a modern cut but they still run rather wide in the legs compared to most you see today
Burgus Plus 402 - Mid Rise, good quality. 401 is Low-Rise.
I'd like some type of fabric with a bit of texture to it ala herringbone or something with slub.
Burgus Plus does both of those, however Low-Rise is currently more popular here so most of their pants have that fit. They do have some slubby and textured Mid-Rise chinos. If interested check out a shop called Hinoya on Rakuten. They have pretty accurate measurements listed for all their bottoms - front rise, back rise, waist, thigh, opening and sometimes knee. The trouble is it's all in Japanese so have google translate handy.
 

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