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What's the difference between the Frickin Modern Chino pants and the Frickin Chino pants?
June 15, 2012
The material is the same, the difference is the cut. The Frickin Modern has a slimmer leg. I've got my current Volcom catalog out here, this is what it says.
-Frickin Chino pant: relaxed fit chino pant, 17 1/2" leg opening
-Frickin Modern Chino pant: Modern Fit chino pant, 16 1/2" leg opening
Hope that answers your question.
June 18, 2012
Dogfunk.com Price Comparison
I'm a newby to this site so i may not know, but the cost is saying $24.72 but when i add it to my cart it totals at $49.95. Which cost is it?
By: Corey DeNero
November 14, 2011
Each color has a different price, but not all colors are on sale
April 23, 2012
Only certain sizes are on sale for $24.72. Dogfunk does this quite a bit actually. It is usually sizes that are either one extreme or the other, i.e. size 28 waist or size 38 waist.
November 15, 2011
It's about 30 as well.
By: Vincent Laroza
March 21, 2012
October 21, 2012
I purchased these pants about a year ago and am still enjoying them today. The Frickin Modern Chino Pant is great when you need to tuck a shirt into it, but also great for impressing your lady. Bottomline, these are a very versatile pair of khakis that are constructed well.
These pants are a bit slimmer than the Borken. The Frickin Modern has a 16.5 inch leg opening and the Borken has a 17. They will be similar but not exact.
They both feature the same material, 65% cotton and 35% poly for super light weight and wrinkle free care.
July 27, 2011
Chinos are a style of pants or shorts. They're usually light weight cotton. The pocket style defines a chino pant. As opposed to jeans which have a distinct five-pocket design with curved front pockets and exposed back pockets, chinos have almost vertical front pockets and slash-style back pockets. You can see what I'm talking about in the detail images. Hope that helps.
June 27, 2011
Im 6'5", and normally wear a 32x36. Is there any size here that will fit me length wise without looking like flood pants? Thanks
March 20, 2011
Hi, sorry but the longest inseams we stock are 34s. If you're a solid 36 inch inseam, I'm afraid you're out of luck.
March 21, 2011
what's the rise on these pants?
I wear 30X32 size pants. which one should i get from these?
Are these pants kinda like work pants?like for kinda rough use?
February 19, 2011
A little late on this reply, but I wouldn't recommend these for rough use. They will stand up to moderate use, but I think that they are more suited for office/casual/going out. I wear them with a shirt and tie often. Comfortable for a guys night out, but suitable for a Vegas night club
February 12, 2013
I'm looking for the Volcom Frickin Modern chino pant style #A1131008 in a navy color, size 30. I can't find it,though the Volcom Frickin Modern chino style #VLC6214 looks just like the style I'm looking for and this style comes in navy. Are they the same pant? I'll purchase style #VLC6214 if I know for sure that they're the same pant.
By: Mary Normandin
October 28, 2010
Hi Mary, yes they are the exact same pant. I looked up our item #VLC6214 and it corresponds with Volcom's item #A1131008. So there ya go.
October 29, 2010
September 2, 2012
These pants are great for the money, they fit well and look slick. I'm 6'2" and a 30 waist and fit well with little to no bag. I would compare these pants to my much more expensive Quick silver Chinos (90$). For 50 bucks you will be hard pressed to get a better pair of Chinos.
September 1, 2010
These pants are sick, the cut, the material, the colorways! everything is sick! i purchased two pairs at volcom in nyc, the navy and the khaki. favorite pants to rock and favorite pants to skate, definetly better than the regular frickin chino which i have been a fan of for years. at this point i only skate in chino/twill pants so go ahead and cop these cause these shits are fire!
June 16, 2010
Dogfunk's specs on these pants are wrong; the leg opening isn't 18.5in like past versions of the Frickin chinos. I bought the Charcoal Heather in the same size I usually wear Frickin Chinos (I own 2 others) but when I received it and tried it on the legs were too tight! The "Modern" cut is basically a straight skinny fit (and I hate skinny pants). If you're looking for slim-cut pants then these are for you (the quality looks great), otherwise move on.