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    JCP Dress Chinos?



    Does anyone have any experience with them? I need some new pants for work, and I'm not sure I can justify splurging at Bonobos.


    Does anyone have any other suggestions? Looking for khaki first, then maybe some other autumnal colors (brown, grey, olive, etc).


    Link: http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/men/b...mComboVal=null


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    Saw these at JCP, but didn't have a chance to try them on yet. They have a little spandex in them, so they have a bit of stretch.


    Dockers Signature D1 might be an option, but they are pretty slim in the thigh.

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      #3


      Yeah, D1s are a bit thin for me. D2's work OK, but are a little big below the knee.

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        #4


        I tried on the regular chinos and they were thin in material and well and slim in the leg. I liked them but the only pair I found in my size was a color I didn't like but still wanted to try them on. For the price I think it is a good deal but maybe not something that will stand up for a long while

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          #5


          I saw these in the store and didn't even bother trying them on. Reason being is that I took a handful of the material and crumpled it and then let go. I do this on chinos sometimes to test the durability of the fabric. It was VERY wrinkled so i'm positive these pants would be wrinkled terribly after a days wear.


          I really like Banana Republic's Emerson pants. They're slim, not skinny, good quality and can be had for around $30 at the outlet or online with the right sale. They also come in 3 or 4 different colors. I'm waiting to buy some Dockers Alpha khakis when I can find the right size availability coupled with a good deal. Gap and Jcrew would be the only other stores I look for khakis.


          As for Bonobos... What is the big deal about this store? At $88 for a pair of chinos their quality would have to be double than that of JCrew if the price is also doubled. I don't see how this is even possible. I'd really like to know the infatuation with this store.

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              #7


              @brokenbones: Bonobos is alright. I have a few of their chinos. Most people here get them for 30-40 bucks with stacking.

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