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What's your best quality chino ever? Want winter heavy thick chinos or khakis.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Reevolving, Nov 7, 2015.

  1. Reevolving

    Reevolving Distinguished Member

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    Willing to spend a premium on a pair of WINTER khakis that are clearly premium quality.
    Something that is like 2x thicker than typical $30 chinos.
     


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    @@Reevolving I like my Incotex but am angry because my dry cleaner accidentally laundered then instead of drycleaned. I also just purchased a nice Cucinelli pair and a Zegna pair that has leather stitching around the pockets
     


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    What's the price point? Can you post links where to buy?
     


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    Try Julesb.co.uk
     


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    If you want winter khakis, why not just go cavalry twill or molsekin?
    Where can I get this ? Top Google links are Land's End and Orvis.
     
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