Slim Fit Khaki's/Chino's

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    i wish there were a uniqlo in seattle.
     


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    According to darkanimal Uniqlo in NY has been cleaned out of the vintage chinos. Anybody know of a store with stock?
     


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    According to darkanimal Uniqlo in NY has been cleaned out of the vintage chinos. Anybody know of a store with stock?

    they had limited sizes yesterday when I was there in all colors
     


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    See any 29 or 30? (I am still trying to find out if these are oversized by one like the regular Uniqlo chinos)
     


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    See any 29 or 30? (I am still trying to find out if these are oversized by one like the regular Uniqlo chinos)

    I picked up a 29 yesterday
     


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    Cali Senior member

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    I picked up a 29 yesterday

    Damn, which store was that?

    BTW thanks for all the replies.
     


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    Damn, which store was that?

    BTW thanks for all the replies.


    uniqlo on broadway, i think the rest of them closed down.
     


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    poly, I just looked at you for sale thread in you sig. So that's how your post count got so high.
     


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    If you think that's high, check out who the #1 poster on superfuture is.
     


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    Nah, I don't really think it's high compared to LK and a few others, but he had 3 pages worth of bumps.

    Edit: Wait, isn't poly the #1 poster on superfuture?
     


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    If you think that's high, check out who the #1 poster on superfuture is.

    Haha I just did. And apparently cheep (the dude) has about 100 more posts than poly, counting both his usernames.
     


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    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    People get addicted to forums. One where i used to be a member had a guy with almost 60,000.

    Speaking of the topic, i've been looking for a pair of slim khakis. Slightly skinnier than what most people are suggesting (jcrew slim and uniqlo vintage). Some japanese sites had some but i'm too lazy to proxy. I might try to get a pair of the uniqlo ones over winter and tailor them.

    edit to whacked: Yea, i considered that as well as westside, who isn't even listed on the members page since the semi-ban.
     


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    If you think that's high, check out who the #1 poster on superfuture is.

    i don' think that's a fair comparison. I joined superfuture in 2004 before almost all the rest of the #5 posters, so I had at least a 2 year headstart to get that many now. Once i hit 8k i'm done. for good, forever
     


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    Speaking of the topic, i've been looking for a pair of slim khakis. Slightly skinnier than what most people are suggesting (jcrew slim and uniqlo vintage). Some japanese sites had some but i'm too lazy to proxy. I might try to get a pair of the uniqlo ones over winter and tailor them.

    How much are you willing to spend? Incotex, the standard for slim slacks/khakis on MC board, has some fairly slim models. This pair in size 30, for example, measures 8.25" at knee and 7.5" at hem:
    http://www.shopthefinest.com/Items/kf811?
     


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