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YLAup
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5362 posts since 5/9/11

12 Sep 2018 22:32
Winter weight navy chinos. I look everywhere for decent heavy slimish fit chinos at this time every year and never seem to find anything. I'm looking for something similar to incotex but for well under that price range, but with similar details like the v cut and chunky tailoring around the waist.

Seen a few pairs that Ralph have done in the past in a moleskine but not my size, and a few by some generic European brands.

Any help?
andymakesglasses
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20393 posts since 26/1/06

13 Sep 2018 08:23
I bought a pair of navy heavyweight Carhartt chinos a few years ago that were a carrot fit and slim-ish on me, might be worth looking to see what they're doing these days.
TeenageIcon
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203 posts since 24/11/14

13 Sep 2018 11:05
NN07? Or Asket? https://www.asket.com/shop/chino/
padawan
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4301 posts since 27/6/03

posted 14 Sep 2018 13:22, edited 14 Sep 2018 13:22


Dang! it's been sold. Anyone seen anything similar non-rape.
swede
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8841 posts since 21/3/09

posted 14 Sep 2018 17:23, edited 14 Sep 2018 17:23
YLAup wrote: Winter weight navy chinos. I look everywhere for decent heavy slimish fit chinos at this time every year and never seem to find anything. I'm looking for something similar to incotex but for well under that price range, but with similar details like the v cut and chunky tailoring around the waist.

Seen a few pairs that Ralph have done in the past in a moleskine but not my size, and a few by some generic European brands.

Any help?

https://www.arket.com/en_gbp/men/trousers/product.standard-utility-chinos-blue.0538640005.html?utm_source=2523611:gcdL/ATRVoE&utm;_medium=affiliate&utm;_campaign=1&utm;_content=10&utm;_term=597824

got a couple of pairs of these. really good. come up slimmer than expected imo
TeenageIcon
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203 posts since 24/11/14

15 Sep 2018 09:51
Mmm gat in 43. Had the paint splatter ones a while back, regretted getting em over the regular ones. The paint was a little too much for my taste
illwill
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4030 posts since 17/5/04

15 Sep 2018 09:58
Paint splatters are one of my guilty pleasures. Nearly pulled the trigger so many times but do not pass pub test by 1m miles.
lowfields
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83 posts since 21/11/10

15 Sep 2018 12:13
YLAup wrote: Winter weight navy chinos. I look everywhere for decent heavy slimish fit chinos at this time every year and never seem to find anything. I'm looking for something similar to incotex but for well under that price range, but with similar details like the v cut and chunky tailoring around the waist.

Seen a few pairs that Ralph have done in the past in a moleskine but not my size, and a few by some generic European brands.

Any help?
Norse heavy Chinas are decent for the £
Anto
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3811 posts since 19/1/12

15 Sep 2018 12:44
Personally I still rate Carhartt Club Pants; plenty of colours and, albeit a bit more expensive than those Arket ones, 100% cotton.

Have heard good things about Norse ones, but have never tried them on personally
RVP10
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201 posts since 3/4/12

16 Sep 2018 19:24
Got a job at an investment bank, have to buy a bunch of business gear I.e. trousers and shirts (luckily don’t have to wear a full suit)… not really my thing at all so any recommendations for stores or brands?
illwill
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4030 posts since 17/5/04

16 Sep 2018 19:41
Can you get away with Oxford and chinos or do you have to wear a tie?

Smart trousers and dress shirt/tie look a bit shit unless it's part of a suit.
RVP10
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201 posts since 3/4/12

16 Sep 2018 20:31
I Don’t have to wear a tie: not sure if chinos are smart enough, I’m guessing they’re not unfortunately
Blofeld
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209 posts since 30/12/15

16 Sep 2018 21:53
NN07 have got plenty of nice formal pants, smarter than chinos but still comfortable. can get them for around half retail if you nose around too.
biglforlife
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2099 posts since 23/9/06

18 Sep 2018 11:50
biglforlife wrote: Grey down jacket. Large panels. Must have a hood.
TATE
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328 posts since 5/12/12

posted 18 Sep 2018 20:09, edited 18 Sep 2018 20:09
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staygold
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5016 posts since 21/11/05

28 Sep 2018 21:31
Anyone selling an awake logo tee in large?
maximus
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1724 posts since 13/7/06

15 Oct 2018 09:23
PS4 with 2 controllers, anyone looking to shift?
maximus
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1724 posts since 13/7/06

15 Oct 2018 09:24
YLAup wrote: Winter weight navy chinos. I look everywhere for decent heavy slimish fit chinos at this time every year and never seem to find anything. I'm looking for something similar to incotex but for well under that price range, but with similar details like the v cut and chunky tailoring around the waist.

Seen a few pairs that Ralph have done in the past in a moleskine but not my size, and a few by some generic European brands.

Any help?

Just got some Norse Aros heavyweight, they seem very decent with a nice fit
sodomgomorra
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1548 posts since 24/3/14

15 Oct 2018 09:30
YLAup wrote: Winter weight navy chinos. I look everywhere for decent heavy slimish fit chinos at this time every year and never seem to find anything. I'm looking for something similar to incotex but for well under that price range, but with similar details like the v cut and chunky tailoring around the waist.

Seen a few pairs that Ralph have done in the past in a moleskine but not my size, and a few by some generic European brands.

Any help?

https://www.everlane.com/products/mens-heavyweight-slim-chino-navy?collection=mens-bottoms

Might be worth a punt? Got a pair in the mail myself.
matt_brown89
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90 posts since 23/9/18

15 Oct 2018 12:06
Desperately trying to find the overshirt in this classified post. Now looking second hand as I have tried (in vain) to find it on Garbstore. Can anyone suggest anywhere i might be able to find it other than the obvious - eBay, Grailed etc?

https://www.fuk.co.uk/threads/fragment-nike-tennis-classics-70s-converse/

Cheers,

Matt