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Vintage Gent

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So named by our own Doc Holiday: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=23582 I was one of the fortunate souls who had the chance to purchase these Zegna by Incotex from Ed Morel. It's a beautiful trouser, a flat front in a light tan medium weight twill. If Ed offers up any more pairs I strongly urge you to take advantage.
 

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I bought one too. Great pair of trousers and excellent price too.
 

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got mine too from edmorel. fabric is really, really nice. just need to take them to the tailor!

-Jeff
 

edmorel

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If I knew they were going to look that good, I would have charged more money
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Very good look, now I need to get a pair for myself
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Yes, great deal and excellent trousers.
 

hossoso

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I thought Incotex was a lot slimmer, they look good but I prefer a closer cut.
 

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Thanks for the pix VG. Waiting for mine to arrive. They'll look great with my new Tramezza brown suede Gherardos...
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Kent Wang

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Originally Posted by edmorel
Incotex does different cuts for different makers/markets.
Do you, or will you, have some slimmer cuts available? I'd like to see what the slimmer cuts look like.
 

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