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Old Style Epaulet Rivet Chinos - sz 32 - Gunmetal and Olive Twill

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by dra, Aug 10, 2013.

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  1. dra

    dra Senior member

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    Hi there -- got two pairs of old style Epaulet Rivet Chinos for sale (the ones with the metal rivets). Gunmetal and olive twill. Both are unaltered size 32. Been sitting in my dresser for quite some time.

    Both pairs measure ~16" waist and ~34" inseam.

    Looking for $70 (each) shipped CONUS, willing to ship elsewhere for the actual cost.

    EDIT: Gunmetal sold, olive still available.
     
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    Added a few more photos and some measurements.
     
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    are they winter or summer heavy?
     
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    The leg opening is 7.75".

    The gunmetals are a "standard" chino fabric. I'd say they three season (may be a bit on the light side for a cold winter, depending on where you live). The olives are a heavier twill, and are suitable for fall and winter.
     
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