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Title: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Fat Tire on January 09, 2020, 10:26:05 PM
My go to loose fit pants are double knee Dickies or Ben Davis pants if I'm feeling spendy, what about you guys?

I've been eying a pair of Carhartt B159s and was wondering if the fit was comparable
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Post by: Roisto on January 10, 2020, 12:18:02 AM
I've been feeling loose fit pants lately too. Only got Volcom Modown jeans and Volcom VSM Gritter chinos. Both I really like. Volcom pants always fit me good and have good stretch. Even with the looser fit I feel like stretch is essential. I'm open for suggestions though as I look like a total Volcom gimp cuz I have so much Volcom gear.  :-X
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Post by: Thomas on January 10, 2020, 01:43:25 AM
My go to loose fit pants are double knee Dickies or Ben Davis pants if I'm feeling spendy, what about you guys?

I've been eying a pair of Carhartt B159s and was wondering if the fit was comparable

I never had double knees but carhartt B159 are really nice.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: weon on January 10, 2020, 02:07:06 AM
someone in here suggested polar surf pants as breezy for summer and now I love em. I think I got a size down from what Iíd usually get?
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Post by: TheBoognish on January 10, 2020, 02:32:11 AM
I get DC worker chino's when they're on special. You can get them under 30$ sometimes.
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Post by: johnes on January 10, 2020, 04:35:27 AM
Artform Cargos. I love them and I buy XL. The pants are made by roth co and other brands use these pants too. No Comply skate shop has these pants also but they price them at $56 and artform prices them at $44
I bought a pair from No comply because they had a color artform doesnít sell.
They still have a 30% off sale going on right now too.

https://youtu.be/ra9oZpodJ6I
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Post by: arrbee on January 10, 2020, 04:48:10 AM
I've been eyeing the Carhartt WIP Dallas pant, haven't pulled the trigger yet though
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Post by: TastyBurrito on January 10, 2020, 06:00:41 AM
If you have a Nordstrom Rack near you, check it out. They usually have Volcom chinos in stock. They're loose, but not baggy. And they're like $25. Ended up nabbing 5 pairs one day because they've become my daily pants.
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Post by: spanyard on January 10, 2020, 08:48:38 AM
old navy.
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Post by: jerrygurneyscream on January 10, 2020, 08:50:24 AM
carhartt wip a size up and big boys

Or just go to the thrift and just but some pleated chinos or corduroys
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Post by: cricketclub on January 10, 2020, 09:03:33 AM
Levis 502 are nice and loose for me. Mine have a nice flex.
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Post by: off on January 10, 2020, 09:07:13 AM
how are people skating in WIP? i cant will myself to skate in nice clothes even if they are skate brands...
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Post by: arrbee on January 10, 2020, 09:12:25 AM
how are people skating in WIP? i cant will myself to skate in nice clothes even if they are skate brands...

I don't consider WIP nice, just sort of expensive. I typically keep a rotation so after I wear something for a while and it fades or gets stains or whatever I'll shift it over to the skate pile and buy a replacement.
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Post by: cricketclub on January 10, 2020, 09:18:41 AM
I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Kombuch-A-Holic on January 10, 2020, 09:26:19 AM
Levis 502 are nice and loose for me. Mine have a nice flex.

Same the 519 are really lose on me.

(https://7chan.org/fit/src/154330357229.jpg)
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Fat Tire on January 10, 2020, 06:41:52 PM
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My go to loose fit pants are double knee Dickies or Ben Davis pants if I'm feeling spendy, what about you guys?

I've been eying a pair of Carhartt B159s and was wondering if the fit was comparable
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I never had double knees but carhartt B159 are really nice.

Do they taper at all or are they a straight leg loose fit?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Live Fast Johnny on January 10, 2020, 06:42:49 PM
I run Carhartt pants every day at work so here's a short review of the two types of loose ones in my rotation.

http://www.carhartt.com/products/carhartt-pants/Washed-Twill-Dungaree---Relaxed-Fit-B324

(http://shop.r10s.jp/auc-redwood/cabinet/04329087/imgrc0073774256.jpg)

The B324 is a nice mix between relaxed and loose fit and is the most durable pant I have ever owned.  The photo on the Carhartt website is not accurate to actual fit so I embedded the second image that is closer to reality.  These are kind of the perfect medium fit that can look good with cup or vulc soled shoes and whatever top you want to do.  The olive is my favorite color followed by the khaki.  The black fades quite a bit.  Even working construction these will last me 3-4 years a pair.

http://www.carhartt.com/products/carhartt-pants/Carhartt-Force-Tappen-Cargo-Pant-101148

The Force Cargo is a great hot weather pant and something that looks different from everyone else's BDU ripoffs.  The seams are kind of busy but not as pronounced as in the picture.  If you skate in the summer they are the coolest and quickest drying pants I have ever found.  They are lifesavers when working on roofs or concrete pads in hot weather.  The fit is pretty baggy but not ridiculous and the pockets and tabs stay intact instead of flopping out after three washes.

A couple of fit tips if you're ordering instead of buying in person.  I always add +1 inch to waist size on Carhartt compared to any other pant and since they need to fit over my boots I add +2 inches to inseam.  They will high water on you over time if you do not.  Cricketclub is right about their shirt sizing being all over the place.  I usually order a size down from normal and it's still a little big.  In person buying is best and Boot Barn, Sportsmans Warehouse, Bass Pro, etc. will almost always have them in stock and sometimes run really good sales. 

Carhartt does cost more than some other brands but in my experience they last much longer and when I move it from the "work" to "skate" stack they still look good.

Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: lem on January 10, 2020, 06:49:20 PM
Levi's 550. Relaxed and tapered. In your regular size they're still pretty baggy, but I went a size up to the 34x29 and they're real nice and loose.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Fat Tire on January 10, 2020, 07:19:03 PM
I run Carhartt pants every day at work so here's a short review of the two types of loose ones in my rotation.

http://www.carhartt.com/products/carhartt-pants/Washed-Twill-Dungaree---Relaxed-Fit-B324

(http://shop.r10s.jp/auc-redwood/cabinet/04329087/imgrc0073774256.jpg)

The B324 is a nice mix between relaxed and loose fit and is the most durable pant I have ever owned.  The photo on the Carhartt website is not accurate to actual fit so I embedded the second image that is closer to reality.  These are kind of the perfect medium fit that can look good with cup or vulc soled shoes and whatever top you want to do.  The olive is my favorite color followed by the khaki.  The black fades quite a bit.  Even working construction these will last me 3-4 years a pair.

http://www.carhartt.com/products/carhartt-pants/Carhartt-Force-Tappen-Cargo-Pant-101148

The Force Cargo is a great hot weather pant and something that looks different from everyone else's BDU ripoffs.  The seams are kind of busy but not as pronounced as in the picture.  If you skate in the summer they are the coolest and quickest drying pants I have ever found.  They are lifesavers when working on roofs or concrete pads in hot weather.  The fit is pretty baggy but not ridiculous and the pockets and tabs stay intact instead of flopping out after three washes.

A couple of fit tips if you're ordering instead of buying in person.  I always add +1 inch to waist size on Carhartt compared to any other pant and since they need to fit over my boots I add +2 inches to inseam.  They will high water on you over time if you do not.  Cricketclub is right about their shirt sizing being all over the place.  I usually order a size down from normal and it's still a little big.  In person buying is best and Boot Barn, Sportsmans Warehouse, Bass Pro, etc. will almost always have them in stock and sometimes run really good sales. 

Carhartt does cost more than some other brands but in my experience they last much longer and when I move it from the "work" to "skate" stack they still look good.

Damn thanks for the post.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: professor pound cake on January 10, 2020, 07:33:05 PM
i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too

also may i get a link for those no comply art form cargos?

shapom
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: anon on January 10, 2020, 08:05:55 PM
i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too
how durable are they?
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 10, 2020, 08:10:38 PM
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i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too
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how durable are they?

Not as durable as dickies/carhartts probably but really durable for how soft and lightweight they are. Had a pair for over 2 years, only one tiny rip on the side. Granted I don't send it and eat shit on rough asphalt but still
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: j....soy..... on January 10, 2020, 10:32:15 PM
It's 2020.....brown cords.....
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on January 10, 2020, 10:59:16 PM
old navy.
wait what? How
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: professor pound cake on January 10, 2020, 11:07:19 PM
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i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too
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how durable are they?
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Not as durable as dickies/carhartts probably but really durable for how soft and lightweight they are. Had a pair for over 2 years, only one tiny rip on the side. Granted I don't send it and eat shit on rough asphalt but still


i literally just got them this week but they feel a bit more sturdier than they look, not overly thick like dickies/carhartt but thicker than sweatpants and more dense. soft and comfy

shalom
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: switchmongojazzpush on January 11, 2020, 01:30:49 AM
I've never tried the b159's but have loved several pairs of b151's (I think the main difference is material and utility pockets?). Mine fit loose all over and are super tough.

Has anyone tried the Ben Davis Gorilla Cut?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FirstBlood82 on January 11, 2020, 04:13:07 AM
Levi's 550. Relaxed and tapered. In your regular size they're still pretty baggy, but I went a size up to the 34x29 and they're real nice and loose.

Yeah, i love 550 Relaxed. 36 and/or 38 waist <3  nice, baggy and cheap on ebay
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Bizarro Jerry on January 11, 2020, 04:45:54 AM
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Levi's 550. Relaxed and tapered. In your regular size they're still pretty baggy, but I went a size up to the 34x29 and they're real nice and loose.
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Yeah, i love 550 Relaxed. 36 and/or 38 waist <3  nice, baggy and cheap on ebay

550s are great. I've been looking for the perfect pair of jeans for years after getting sick of wearing dickies for so long. Went out on a whim and bought some 550s on ebay just last week. They fit me perfectly.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: p_higgles on January 11, 2020, 05:28:57 AM
550 Levis got the feeling back for me to. I was getting 559 which are a bit baggier fit but they are no longer available in Canada so 550 will have to do. The difference is a bit heavier / tougher denim and a tad less baggy.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on January 11, 2020, 07:24:50 AM
Iím gonna have to try 550 next time I see em
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Diocletian on January 11, 2020, 10:13:44 AM
When you got huge tree trunk thighs through genetics alone, Leviís are out. Dickies Loose Fit Flex are the only thing that has worked for me. Cheap, last several years, never shrink just fade, and can be worn in a business casual environment no problem. Those artform cargos look loooooose as hell and super comfy Iím gonna grab some in the near future. Cheers for the review, johnes.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on January 11, 2020, 10:56:22 AM
Levis 550's rear pockets make your butt look bad. The pockets are spaced too far from each other.
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Post by: weon on January 11, 2020, 11:02:03 AM
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i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too
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how durable are they?
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Not as durable as dickies/carhartts probably but really durable for how soft and lightweight they are. Had a pair for over 2 years, only one tiny rip on the side. Granted I don't send it and eat shit on rough asphalt but still
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i literally just got them this week but they feel a bit more sturdier than they look, not overly thick like dickies/carhartt but thicker than sweatpants and more dense. soft and comfy

shalom

they feel like the thinnest pants i own, but now that i think about it, they've held up pretty well since i've had them. haven't skated them tho.
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Post by: Lukabrazi on January 11, 2020, 12:21:47 PM
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i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too
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how durable are they?
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Not as durable as dickies/carhartts probably but really durable for how soft and lightweight they are. Had a pair for over 2 years, only one tiny rip on the side. Granted I don't send it and eat shit on rough asphalt but still
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i literally just got them this week but they feel a bit more sturdier than they look, not overly thick like dickies/carhartt but thicker than sweatpants and more dense. soft and comfy

shalom
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they feel like the thinnest pants i own, but now that i think about it, they've held up pretty well since i've had them. haven't skated them tho.

yeah I wouldn't really call them sturdy. but they are definitely the most comfortable pants I own.

I treated myself to some of their Denim Chinos around christmas time and they are the nicest jeans I've ever owned and fit is just perfect. the denim is definitely stronger than the surf pants material . similar style of fit though .
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Bizarro Jerry on January 11, 2020, 01:54:45 PM
Levis 550's rear pockets make your butt look bad. The pockets are spaced too far from each other.

Funny you sad that. Today I was putting on my 550s and noticed this. At first I thought it was a defect or something. Still like the pants though.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cookieboy on January 11, 2020, 03:44:53 PM
I use to like levi 550s but now I wear levis 569 and simply love these. I've gone through many faces. For a while I only wore volcom pants, then I tried some dc pants and was all about them until I moved on to levis. A while ago I stumbled upon an ebay page where the seller sold pants like emerica, foundation, fourstar, and other brands from the 90's era. I bought a few pair but the only downside has been the cost for shipping.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Nth syd bear on January 12, 2020, 04:05:00 PM
Bonds trackies dacks.. brah
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Post by: shingles on January 13, 2020, 12:41:04 AM
Dickies carpenter Jeans are really good for skating
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Post by: BALARGUE on January 13, 2020, 01:43:50 AM
Vans Authentic Glide Pro is my go to at the moment
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Post by: jay_nev on January 13, 2020, 06:46:06 AM
Vans Authentic Glide Pro is my go to at the moment

those look great, wanting to try those now.  a review called them "super dickies". ou get them in store? $69 is kinda steep though?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Water is Nice on January 13, 2020, 07:12:39 AM
Just chiming in to tell everyone that Polar surf pants are very nice, light, baggy and pretty durable for their thickness and weight. They are pretty expensive tho but if you find them on a sale go for it I really like them.
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Post by: Diocletian on January 13, 2020, 11:30:02 AM
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Vans Authentic Glide Pro is my go to at the moment

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those look great, wanting to try those now.  a review called them "super dickies". ou get them in store? $69 is kinda steep though?

Iíve never bought skate brand stuff besides t-shirts but these pants look super comfortable I would be willing to pay $69 if these are good quality and will last.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Starm on January 13, 2020, 11:49:49 AM
Dickies carpenter Jeans are really good for skating
I really like these too, they remind me of the vans chinos but they don't rip as easy.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Live Fast Johnny on January 13, 2020, 03:05:34 PM
I tried on a pair of the Authentic Glide Pros at my local before eventually getting the Buttergoods Philly S pants.

The Glide Pros seemed pretty well made, had a nice fit and were comfortable but I wasn't wild about the high percentage of polyester in the blend since I'm in a generally warm climate.  They are going to get some black ones in off the next run and that may be enough to convince me to try a pair.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FS-OverKOOK on January 13, 2020, 09:07:01 PM
Skate - Dickies 874 Flex Fit
Chillin - Levis 569
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: puff daddy on January 13, 2020, 11:49:16 PM
ive been running some levis 550's that i thrifted, double knee carhartt pants, some carhartt loose fit work jeans, and these nike acg pants i found at an outlet for 60 bucks ( https://www.nike.com/t/acg-mens-trail-pants-XzBrwB) if you can find them for like 60 or less then i would recommend them but u definitely need to go a size down cause they fit fucking huge. theyre great for skating tho, its a durable ripstop material but theyre still lightweight
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Jewlien Burford on January 14, 2020, 01:56:09 AM
Bonds trackies dacks.. brah

I back this, tho I run Insport trackies if I'm lurking the local Westfield.

I got the Polar Denim Chinos for Christmas and instantly bought another pair which I was stoked to find on sale. Other than that, Carhartt W.I.P carpenter pants are perfect as well.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on January 14, 2020, 02:28:22 AM
Does anyone know how the fit of the polar denim chinos compare to their 90, 93 or big boy jeans? And what other differences there are besides the pleats and different shaped pockets. Seem to be sold out everywhere.
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Post by: Coolhats on January 14, 2020, 04:41:54 AM
Does anyone know how the fit of the polar denim chinos compare to their 90, 93 or big boy jeans? And what other differences there are besides the pleats and different shaped pockets. Seem to be sold out everywhere.

Check them out on the polar site. They have a guide up with the dimensions. I have the 93 jeans and the denim chinos and the chino fit are definitely looser and bigger. They seem to taper in a tiny bit but not as much as the surf pants. Iím a big fan so far. Would definitely buy another pair if I can get a good price. Best loose fit jeans that fit in the waist.
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 14, 2020, 09:57:53 AM
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Does anyone know how the fit of the polar denim chinos compare to their 90, 93 or big boy jeans? And what other differences there are besides the pleats and different shaped pockets. Seem to be sold out everywhere.
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Check them out on the polar site. They have a guide up with the dimensions. I have the 93 jeans and the denim chinos and the chino fit are definitely looser and bigger. They seem to taper in a tiny bit but not as much as the surf pants. Iím a big fan so far. Would definitely buy another pair if I can get a good price. Best loose fit jeans that fit in the waist.

Thanks, how come you like them better than the 93s?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Lorem_Ipsum on January 14, 2020, 10:49:28 AM
I've got a pair of black Levi's Skateboarding "Baggy" Jeans in 31 x 30 that I'm trying to get rid of. Brand new with tags, never worn outside of trying them on. Nice baggy fit, kind of similar to Polar surf pants but in a black acid wash-y kind of finish. Down to let them go for cheap, just shoot me a message.
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Post by: Diamonds and Wood on January 14, 2020, 11:38:52 AM
https://www.amazon.com/Memitr-Fisherman-Pants-Trousers-Charcoal/dp/B07JP5TWP5?pf_rd_p=dd4f5b57-ba5b-418b-a348-64ec62df14cc&pd_rd_wg=LastT&pf_rd_r=F76YP5Y87AN5JX2CMB4S&ref_=pd_gw_cr_simh&pd_rd_w=GSh3E&pd_rd_r=1cf68b70-d620-47c8-9c1d-c4ee4b13ab87

2020, we're going international like Kenny Reed.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Coolhats on January 14, 2020, 01:25:48 PM
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Does anyone know how the fit of the polar denim chinos compare to their 90, 93 or big boy jeans? And what other differences there are besides the pleats and different shaped pockets. Seem to be sold out everywhere.
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Check them out on the polar site. They have a guide up with the dimensions. I have the 93 jeans and the denim chinos and the chino fit are definitely looser and bigger. They seem to taper in a tiny bit but not as much as the surf pants. Iím a big fan so far. Would definitely buy another pair if I can get a good price. Best loose fit jeans that fit in the waist.
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Thanks, how come you like them better than the 93s?

I just like the fit better. The 93 kind of fit like a slightly looser Dickies 874
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on January 14, 2020, 01:30:19 PM
best play to buy 874 flex? been rocking the 874 Core (i think theyre called, lower rise which is way better)
or a comparable option, maybe a bit thicker weight?
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 14, 2020, 01:39:29 PM
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Does anyone know how the fit of the polar denim chinos compare to their 90, 93 or big boy jeans? And what other differences there are besides the pleats and different shaped pockets. Seem to be sold out everywhere.
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Check them out on the polar site. They have a guide up with the dimensions. I have the 93 jeans and the denim chinos and the chino fit are definitely looser and bigger. They seem to taper in a tiny bit but not as much as the surf pants. Iím a big fan so far. Would definitely buy another pair if I can get a good price. Best loose fit jeans that fit in the waist.
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Thanks, how come you like them better than the 93s?
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I just like the fit better. The 93 kind of fit like a slightly looser Dickies 874

Thanks. So far I've found the 93s to fit better than the big boys and 90s though I did size up slightly for it. Denim chinos sound like they'd be perfect going true to size so hopefully they stay sold out otherwise I'll have to spend even more money on jeans I don't need.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: arrbee on January 14, 2020, 01:46:41 PM
best play to buy 874 flex? been rocking the 874 Core (i think theyre called, lower rise which is way better)
or a comparable option, maybe a bit thicker weight?

What color? Walmart near me has black, blue, grey, khaki for under $20. for brown I would say direct from dickies
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Post by: johnes on January 14, 2020, 05:25:40 PM
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best play to buy 874 flex? been rocking the 874 Core (i think theyre called, lower rise which is way better)
or a comparable option, maybe a bit thicker weight?
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The label on the flex and the label on the regulars have the same exact materials (and percentage) for the he dickies at my walmart. I think they just all can be called ďflexĒ because of polyester???

What color? Walmart near me has black, blue, grey, khaki for under $20. for brown I would say direct from dickies
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Post by: jay_nev on January 14, 2020, 07:03:37 PM
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best play to buy 874 flex? been rocking the 874 Core (i think theyre called, lower rise which is way better)
or a comparable option, maybe a bit thicker weight?
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The label on the flex and the label on the regulars have the same exact materials (and percentage) for the he dickies at my walmart. I think they just all can be called ďflexĒ because of polyester???

What color? Walmart near me has black, blue, grey, khaki for under $20. for brown I would say direct from dickies
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yeah kinda confused by the Walmart labeling too bc I grabbed the core version not flex of the 874 and they just have a more comfortable waist, sit lower which is welcomed.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Diocletian on January 14, 2020, 07:58:36 PM
Walmart sells a cheaper quality type of Dickies called ďGenuine DickiesĒ. If the pants donít have the same type of tag as the legit 874 Flex, I wouldnít trust it to be the same quality. Iíve always ordered direct from Dickies and with standard shipping itís always taken just two days to arrive. You can usually find an online coupon code for 20% off.
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Post by: johnes on January 14, 2020, 08:18:31 PM
My Walmart Dickies have always been great and long lasting. I would get the basic cheap ones and the ones labeled with flex. go a size up from your waist and they are pretty comfy.
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Post by: ZeGerms on January 15, 2020, 12:48:03 AM
I like Wrangler Cargos recently (relaxed fit). Nice twill pants that fit perfectly loose, and only 25$ on amazon.
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Post by: Donald Rump on January 15, 2020, 01:12:28 AM
I like the Polar 93's would like to try the surf pants but they are expensive.

I recently got some DC relaxed tapered jeans and they are great, can be had for cheap too. Similar size to the 93's but are pleated and taper in more.

https://www.dcshoes.com/worker-relaxed-fit-tapered-jeans-191282563854.html#q=Relaxed+taper+jeans&start=1&hitcount=1
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: arrbee on January 15, 2020, 06:03:29 AM
Walmart sells a cheaper quality type of Dickies called ďGenuine DickiesĒ. If the pants donít have the same type of tag as the legit 874 Flex, I wouldnít trust it to be the same quality. Iíve always ordered direct from Dickies and with standard shipping itís always taken just two days to arrive. You can usually find an online coupon code for 20% off.

I typically go direct with Dickies, although I have experienced a lot of those sale codes don't work on 874 models but the codes that dickies send out with orders will. Fast shipping also.
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Post by: Diocletian on January 15, 2020, 07:17:51 AM
Yeah they throw in 20% off coupons with every order so I can use it on the next one. But my dickies last me several years so it ends up expiring. I donít really care for anything else they have to offer. Iíve tried shirts and hoodies from them and they fit weird.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: arrbee on January 15, 2020, 11:49:19 AM
Yeah they throw in 20% off coupons with every order so I can use it on the next one. But my dickies last me several years so it ends up expiring. I donít really care for anything else they have to offer. Iíve tried shirts and hoodies from them and they fit weird.

I usually order 4 pairs of pants every fall 1-Black, 1-Grey, 1-Brown, 1-Olive. When it starts to get warm I hack them into shorts. Been on this cycle for a few years now.
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Post by: jerrygurneyscream on January 15, 2020, 11:54:13 AM
I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.

I cant speak for the shirts but the pants fit bigger than usual for sure. Im generally a 34, but go 36 on most pants for fit, but the WIP 36s fit like a 38 even after washing/drying. theyre huge.
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Post by: ballintoohard on January 15, 2020, 12:38:46 PM
Vans Glide Chinos are dope. The satin interior feels great except when it is humid and they're decently cheap.
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Post by: arrbee on January 15, 2020, 12:48:20 PM
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I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
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I cant speak for the shirts but the pants fit bigger than usual for sure. Im generally a 34, but go 36 on most pants for fit, but the WIP 36s fit like a 38 even after washing/drying. theyre huge.

They have measurement guides on both sites. WIP is a bit slimmer. I have a standard carhartt vest in a small and a WIP vest in a medium. They both fit exactly the same. I would say WIP is closer to the rest of fashion on sizing and standard carhartt is for burley dudes on job sites/have space to allow for layering
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Post by: Stephens Lawyer on January 15, 2020, 12:58:43 PM
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I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
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I cant speak for the shirts but the pants fit bigger than usual for sure. Im generally a 34, but go 36 on most pants for fit, but the WIP 36s fit like a 38 even after washing/drying. theyre huge.

same, maybe it varies from model to model but have some carpenter pants that ended up being overly large, i thought they'd run small. the opposite was true.
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Post by: cold budweisers on January 15, 2020, 08:13:53 PM
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I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
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I cant speak for the shirts but the pants fit bigger than usual for sure. Im generally a 34, but go 36 on most pants for fit, but the WIP 36s fit like a 38 even after washing/drying. theyre huge.
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same, maybe it varies from model to model but have some carpenter pants that ended up being overly large, i thought they'd run small. the opposite was true.
i have a couple pairs of WIP pants and a t-shirt and it all runs big, there's measurements for only some of the items on their website, ssense.com has a lot of measurements for WIP stuff too
also everyone's talking about the surf pants but they pale in comparison to the polar karate pants, that's the real good shit
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 15, 2020, 10:02:58 PM
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I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
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I cant speak for the shirts but the pants fit bigger than usual for sure. Im generally a 34, but go 36 on most pants for fit, but the WIP 36s fit like a 38 even after washing/drying. theyre huge.
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same, maybe it varies from model to model but have some carpenter pants that ended up being overly large, i thought they'd run small. the opposite was true.
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i have a couple pairs of WIP pants and a t-shirt and it all runs big, there's measurements for only some of the items on their website, ssense.com has a lot of measurements for WIP stuff too
also everyone's talking about the surf pants but they pale in comparison to the polar karate pants, that's the real good shit

Would you say they're pretty much surf pants without the taper? Or are they entirely different?
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Post by: cold budweisers on January 16, 2020, 11:39:43 AM
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I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
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I cant speak for the shirts but the pants fit bigger than usual for sure. Im generally a 34, but go 36 on most pants for fit, but the WIP 36s fit like a 38 even after washing/drying. theyre huge.
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same, maybe it varies from model to model but have some carpenter pants that ended up being overly large, i thought they'd run small. the opposite was true.
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i have a couple pairs of WIP pants and a t-shirt and it all runs big, there's measurements for only some of the items on their website, ssense.com has a lot of measurements for WIP stuff too
also everyone's talking about the surf pants but they pale in comparison to the polar karate pants, that's the real good shit
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Would you say they're pretty much surf pants without the taper? Or are they entirely different?
theyíre different, the karate pants are straight leg and canvas, they also have two velcro back pockets
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on January 16, 2020, 01:32:07 PM
Chef wear is having a buy one get one free sale. Their pants are fairly comfortable and loose enough to skate in. Just got two pairs of the rip stop ones.

https://www.chefwear.com/

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Post by: Luddite on January 16, 2020, 03:24:37 PM
Anyone ever wear Red Kap pants? Their website has lots of different fits and colors for reasonably cheap but I'm nervous to give it a try.
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Post by: Allez_Jambon on January 16, 2020, 03:31:08 PM
I've stopped by the Goodwill mid session between spots a few times and go through tons of $5 pants. I've ripped so many through the knee and blown out the seat. Oddly, I really liked black Old Navy Loose Ultimate Built-In Flex Chinos. Dickies are decent and everyone knows that. Most other pants get a hole in the knee after a mission (not session) or two.

I'm also advocating for the RVCA weekend pant. Really liked them but lost them traveling.

The other night, I hit a wet spot while taking a turn around a hill and rolled around in the Nike SB Flex pant in olive and surprised I didn't put a scratch on them. I went to the Nike outlet and found some clearance SB pants, hoping they'll hold up as well.

Polar Surf pants are great. I have the ones with the blue illustration over them. Feel great and look neato.

All of these are loose enough to wear long underwear under them too for winter skating. It might stick out the bottom but I don't really care.
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 16, 2020, 08:43:41 PM
I like the Polar 93's would like to try the surf pants but they are expensive.

I recently got some DC relaxed tapered jeans and they are great, can be had for cheap too. Similar size to the 93's but are pleated and taper in more.

https://www.dcshoes.com/worker-relaxed-fit-tapered-jeans-191282563854.html#q=Relaxed+taper+jeans&start=1&hitcount=1

Good looks, just got some of those DC relaxed tapered jeans in blue on Amazon for 15 bucks. Fit looks promising.

edit: nice quality, fit is real good, a tiny bit baggier than 93s. Though the leg opening is smaller than the 93, tapers towards the very end.
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Post by: jay_nev on January 18, 2020, 05:43:41 AM
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I like the Polar 93's would like to try the surf pants but they are expensive.

I recently got some DC relaxed tapered jeans and they are great, can be had for cheap too. Similar size to the 93's but are pleated and taper in more.

https://www.dcshoes.com/worker-relaxed-fit-tapered-jeans-191282563854.html#q=Relaxed+taper+jeans&start=1&hitcount=1
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Good looks, just got some of those DC relaxed tapered jeans in blue on Amazon for 15 bucks. Fit looks promising.

edit: nice quality, fit is real good, a tiny bit baggier than 93s. Though the leg opening is smaller than the 93, tapers towards the very end.
amazon link? Sound good
Just grabbed volcom frickin 17 in brown yesterday at local. 17” leg opening and relaxed rise/regular fit seem decent pretty thick but some stretch
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on January 18, 2020, 06:25:31 AM
Just got some Polar surf pants for cheap (compared to usual price) and they are pretty awesome. They feel and fit a lot like the Chef wear pants I listed above and also a lot like martial arts pants (specifically worn in Kung fu or Karate pants).

I would not ever pay full price for them, but if I can find them for $30/40 Iíd grab them again
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 18, 2020, 01:21:17 PM
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I like the Polar 93's would like to try the surf pants but they are expensive.

I recently got some DC relaxed tapered jeans and they are great, can be had for cheap too. Similar size to the 93's but are pleated and taper in more.

https://www.dcshoes.com/worker-relaxed-fit-tapered-jeans-191282563854.html#q=Relaxed+taper+jeans&start=1&hitcount=1
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Good looks, just got some of those DC relaxed tapered jeans in blue on Amazon for 15 bucks. Fit looks promising.

edit: nice quality, fit is real good, a tiny bit baggier than 93s. Though the leg opening is smaller than the 93, tapers towards the very end.
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amazon link? Sound good
Just grabbed volcom frickin 17 in brown yesterday at local. 17Ē leg opening and relaxed rise/regular fit seem decent pretty thick but some stretch

Just look up DC Men's Worker Relaxed Taper but it seems like I might have gotten really lucky with a pricing error as it seems to have already gone up.
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Post by: jay_nev on January 18, 2020, 06:33:48 PM
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I like the Polar 93's would like to try the surf pants but they are expensive.

I recently got some DC relaxed tapered jeans and they are great, can be had for cheap too. Similar size to the 93's but are pleated and taper in more.

https://www.dcshoes.com/worker-relaxed-fit-tapered-jeans-191282563854.html#q=Relaxed+taper+jeans&start=1&hitcount=1
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Good looks, just got some of those DC relaxed tapered jeans in blue on Amazon for 15 bucks. Fit looks promising.

edit: nice quality, fit is real good, a tiny bit baggier than 93s. Though the leg opening is smaller than the 93, tapers towards the very end.
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amazon link? Sound good
Just grabbed volcom frickin 17 in brown yesterday at local. 17Ē leg opening and relaxed rise/regular fit seem decent pretty thick but some stretch
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Just look up DC Men's Worker Relaxed Taper but it seems like I might have gotten really lucky with a pricing error as it seems to have already gone up.
yeah I noticed, nice pick up!
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Post by: ldmch11 on January 20, 2020, 08:59:57 PM
Some Levi's skateboarding baggy jeans 40 bucks. Loose fitting, straight leg with no taper. It's pretty good quality, and the material seems sturdy and keeps its shape.
https://www.nordstromrack.com/shop/product/3107327?color=COLTON&utm_source=adlucent&utm_medium=feeds&utm_content=google&utm_channel=shopping_acq_p&sid=545650&utm_term=545650&aid=%5BADL%5D%20%5BPLA%5D%20%5BShopping%5D%20-%20Categories%20-%20Brand%20-%20%5BDesktop%5D&utm_campaign=5BADL%5D%20%5BPLA%5D%20%5BShopping%5D%20-%20Categories%20-%20Brand%20-%20%5BDesktop%5D&gclid=Cj0KCQiA04XxBRD5ARIsAGFygj_wL2tEgmsAl0UyiML-TrPYBd1pXQ3zeHLgBEE3RhmOruJU8DD3KqQaArfXEALw_wcB


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Post by: smokeybear on January 21, 2020, 04:21:17 AM
the polar cord pants and jeans have a really great fit! iīve heard thereīs a lot of pros from other brands that prefer polar jeans than the ones they are given...
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Post by: drunk guy on January 21, 2020, 05:07:07 AM
550 are the jeans. Also levis stf are good as well, especially if you upsize. Just dont ever wash them.
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Post by: jay_nev on January 21, 2020, 06:49:34 AM
the polar cord pants and jeans have a really great fit! iīve heard thereīs a lot of pros from other brands that prefer polar jeans than the ones they are given...
feel like i saw reynolds on his IG story mentioning he had a bunch of shit in his trunk to give away. 11.5 shoes and size 36 pants and thought i saw a pair of Polar pants in a quick vid he was shuffling through a box
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Post by: Uncle Gavone on January 21, 2020, 07:25:27 AM
Went to Walmart over the weekend and copped some Rustler jeans for 12$ (made by wrangler)
Regular fit feels nice, loose/durable and won't break the bank.
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Post by: drunk guy on January 21, 2020, 07:27:32 AM
Went to Walmart over the weekend and copped some Rustler jeans for 12$ (made by wrangler)
Regular fit feels nice, loose/durable and won't break the bank.
the relaxed fit is good too, they have a slight taper. Unfortunately you get what you pay for with these though and they lose their shape relatively quickly and dump out.
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Post by: jerrygurneyscream on January 21, 2020, 07:30:05 AM
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the polar cord pants and jeans have a really great fit! iīve heard thereīs a lot of pros from other brands that prefer polar jeans than the ones they are given...
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feel like i saw reynolds on his IG story mentioning he had a bunch of shit in his trunk to give away. 11.5 shoes and size 36 pants and thought i saw a pair of Polar pants in a quick vid he was shuffling through a box

Tiago on the big boys too
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Post by: Uncle Gavone on January 21, 2020, 07:36:49 AM
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Went to Walmart over the weekend and copped some Rustler jeans for 12$ (made by wrangler)
Regular fit feels nice, loose/durable and won't break the bank.
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the relaxed fit is good too, they have a slight taper. Unfortunately you get what you pay for with these though and they lose their shape relatively quickly and dump out.
I'll make sure to run sensitive washes and air dry mine then, thanks dude
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Post by: drunk guy on January 21, 2020, 07:47:16 AM
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Went to Walmart over the weekend and copped some Rustler jeans for 12$ (made by wrangler)
Regular fit feels nice, loose/durable and won't break the bank.
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the relaxed fit is good too, they have a slight taper. Unfortunately you get what you pay for with these though and they lose their shape relatively quickly and dump out.
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I'll make sure to run sensitive washes and air dry mine then, thanks dude
Definitely. In terms of quality youre not missing out on much in comparison to levis in 2020. Levis have honestly gotten pretty poor and have incorporated stretch to almost everything which doesnt age well ether.
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Post by: Vintagebody on January 21, 2020, 08:22:17 AM
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the polar cord pants and jeans have a really great fit! iīve heard thereīs a lot of pros from other brands that prefer polar jeans than the ones they are given...
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feel like i saw reynolds on his IG story mentioning he had a bunch of shit in his trunk to give away. 11.5 shoes and size 36 pants and thought i saw a pair of Polar pants in a quick vid he was shuffling through a box
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Tiago on the big boys too

I wonder if he give them away duo to length. I'm 6,4, and none of the Polar jeans fit me in terms of length.
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Post by: jay_nev on January 21, 2020, 09:11:19 AM
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the polar cord pants and jeans have a really great fit! iīve heard thereīs a lot of pros from other brands that prefer polar jeans than the ones they are given...
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feel like i saw reynolds on his IG story mentioning he had a bunch of shit in his trunk to give away. 11.5 shoes and size 36 pants and thought i saw a pair of Polar pants in a quick vid he was shuffling through a box
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Tiago on the big boys too
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I wonder if he give them away duo to length. I'm 6,4, and none of the Polar jeans fit me in terms of length.

good to know. i wanted to try a pair too, same height as you. whats your go to?
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Post by: tzhangdox on January 21, 2020, 09:17:52 AM
The XL big boys fit, but are too baggy for me. 36x34 93 jeans and 90 jeans also fit, but for some reason my pair of 36x34 93s seem a bit cropped.
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Post by: Vintagebody on January 21, 2020, 12:42:36 PM
Ive only tried 32/32 in Polar. I wont wear pants too big in the waist, bcuz I hate when it bunches up. I also have a narrow waist of 31 (in Levis).
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Post by: jerrygurneyscream on January 21, 2020, 12:51:02 PM
93s i think are shorter on purpose, theyre supposed to fit around the ankle, big boys are supposed to be longer. I have a medium and a large in the big boys and the large has a 34" inseam and the medium has a 32". I had 3 pairs of 93s but got rid of them all cause of how short they were and switched to big boys and they fit much nicer. Surf pants fit closer to the big boys length wise as well. basically if you want the 93s just size up on the inseam, if i had done that they would have fit just fine
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Post by: jay_nev on January 24, 2020, 02:06:01 PM
Surf pants $45 green
https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/sale-pants/products/surf-pants-7
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Post by: palelight on January 24, 2020, 02:33:43 PM
Just copped some of those Rothco BDU's mentioned on page one, pretty good fit. And they're damn comfortable compared to the usual cardboard-y feeling of surplus style cargos I used to buy. The ones through Venue are selling for $38,

https://venueskateboards.com/products/venue-skateboards-olive-drab-cargo-pants?variant=33442786756
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Post by: Donald Rump on January 25, 2020, 03:32:27 AM
I've had a couple of pairs of the poly/cotton blend Rothco BDU and they are good pants and not bad in warm weather

I recently got some Rothco Vietnam jungle fatigue replicas and they are really good, prefer them over the blended ones. They are 100% cotton, thinner lighter and looser. At first I thought they maybe to thin but they are holding up really well.

https://www.amazon.com/Rothco-Vintage-Vietnam-Fatigue-Pants/dp/B018MVZA1C
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Post by: Live Fast Johnny on January 25, 2020, 08:35:29 AM
Over the last 20 years I have had great luck with the Rothco ripstops too.

I kinda want to get a pair from Humidity based on the webstore item title alone:

http://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit
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Post by: jay_nev on January 25, 2020, 08:37:25 AM
Over the last 20 years I have had great luck with the Rothco ripstops too.

I kinda want to get a pair from Humidity based on the webstore item title alone:

http://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit

haha thatís great. Olive are nice.

This is great too off of that new cons model in the upcoming shoe thread
https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit
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Post by: drunk guy on January 25, 2020, 10:49:22 AM
The cargos are super comfortable but I feel like a snowboarder in them.
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Post by: Porkchop Sandwiches on January 25, 2020, 12:04:28 PM
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Over the last 20 years I have had great luck with the Rothco ripstops too.

I kinda want to get a pair from Humidity based on the webstore item title alone:

http://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit

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haha thatís great. Olive are nice.

This is great too off of that new cons model in the upcoming shoe thread
https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit

You mean https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/took-a-l-on-the-sean-pablos-got-u ?
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Post by: off on January 25, 2020, 12:34:01 PM
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Over the last 20 years I have had great luck with the Rothco ripstops too.

I kinda want to get a pair from Humidity based on the webstore item title alone:

http://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit

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haha thatís great. Olive are nice.

This is great too off of that new cons model in the upcoming shoe thread
https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit
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You mean https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/took-a-l-on-the-sean-pablos-got-u ?

cant believe those doodlebob joints actually sold out
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Post by: jay_nev on January 25, 2020, 06:43:47 PM
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Over the last 20 years I have had great luck with the Rothco ripstops too.

I kinda want to get a pair from Humidity based on the webstore item title alone:

http://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit

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haha thatís great. Olive are nice.

This is great too off of that new cons model in the upcoming shoe thread
https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/not-that-skinny-shit
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You mean https://www.humiditynola.com/product-page/took-a-l-on-the-sean-pablos-got-u ?
yeah shit wrong paste thank u
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Post by: Roald Dahnkle on January 26, 2020, 12:59:20 PM
550 are the jeans. Also levis stf are good as well, especially if you upsize. Just dont ever wash them.

This! Levis 550s are perfect, pretty sure the Polar 93s are based on a similar fit.

I've never paid more than £10 for a pair on eBay too.
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Post by: palelight on January 26, 2020, 01:35:57 PM
I've had a couple of pairs of the poly/cotton blend Rothco BDU and they are good pants and not bad in warm weather

I recently got some Rothco Vietnam jungle fatigue replicas and they are really good, prefer them over the blended ones. They are 100% cotton, thinner lighter and looser. At first I thought they maybe to thin but they are holding up really well.

https://www.amazon.com/Rothco-Vintage-Vietnam-Fatigue-Pants/dp/B018MVZA1C

Same general sizing as the normal ones? 100% cotton's appealing.
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Post by: Live Fast Johnny on January 26, 2020, 04:11:29 PM

Same general sizing as the normal ones? 100% cotton's appealing.

Exact same.  I have never had them shrink much either.
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Post by: Donald Rump on January 26, 2020, 09:26:02 PM
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I've had a couple of pairs of the poly/cotton blend Rothco BDU and they are good pants and not bad in warm weather

I recently got some Rothco Vietnam jungle fatigue replicas and they are really good, prefer them over the blended ones. They are 100% cotton, thinner lighter and looser. At first I thought they maybe to thin but they are holding up really well.

https://www.amazon.com/Rothco-Vintage-Vietnam-Fatigue-Pants/dp/B018MVZA1C
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Same general sizing as the normal ones? 100% cotton's appealing.

Pretty much the same waist and lengthwise but are quite a bit more baggy.
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Post by: satan on January 26, 2020, 09:37:03 PM
I haven't seen them online but I saw some HUGE Vans chinos at Nordstroms Rack. Really thick material, light brown, beige.
Seemed like a 18-19" leg opening. I had a big pants, small wheels flashback.
Inseam must have been made to cutoff cuz it was 40-something. Put them on in front of me like chaps and the legs completely covered my feet and kept going.


Do some Dickies have tiny zippers?
Got some 830's and the zipper is just silly.
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Post by: Youoverthere on January 27, 2020, 08:37:36 PM

Eat Pussy! Said this dude makes the sweet premium pants.

https://www.instagram.com/mycrocosmospants/
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Post by: Thomas on January 28, 2020, 01:47:43 AM
Levis Silvertab are nice
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Post by: off on January 28, 2020, 01:54:28 AM
whos rockin 36 inseam?
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Post by: Vintagebody on January 28, 2020, 09:44:45 AM
I'd like to let alone find a 36 inseam pant... Seems like I gotta order direct from Levis or something to get that size...
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Post by: off on January 28, 2020, 04:05:57 PM
I'd like to let alone find a 36 inseam pant... Seems like I gotta order direct from Levis or something to get that size...

direct orders are a must at this length. all i know who makes em, is dickies, carhartt, and levis.
everyone wants to be tall until the pants dont fit
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Post by: Youoverthere on January 28, 2020, 06:06:31 PM
whos rockin 36 inseam?
34/36, 37 are impossible to find and know theyíll fit perfectly cuz Iím 6í2.
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Post by: chris. on January 28, 2020, 06:47:09 PM
Iím back to wearing Rustlers like I did in high school. The light wash are baggier than the others and 34x36 is easy to find at Walmart.
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Post by: CINCINNATI on January 28, 2020, 07:06:02 PM
whos rockin 36 inseam?

carhartt makes a 36, that's my usual go to. the b01 double fronts that are supposed to be "shrink to fit" are like a 38 inseam (and really dont shrink), so i usually cuff them. their pre washed pants are a true 36
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Post by: off on January 28, 2020, 07:06:35 PM
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34/36, 37 are impossible to find and know theyíll fit perfectly cuz Iím 6í2.

i have a pair of dickies 874 in 32/37 unhemmed that i skate in almost every session. you can take em to get tailored or in my case, chop the bottoms
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Post by: off on January 28, 2020, 07:12:38 PM
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whos rockin 36 inseam?
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carhartt makes a 36, that's my usual go to. the b01 double fronts that are supposed to be "shrink to fit" are like a 38 inseam (and really dont shrink), so i usually cuff them. their pre washed pants are a true 36

how long do they usually last for you? id want some years out of them for $50. all my other carhartt gear is indestructible but i never owned their dungarees
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Post by: jay_nev on January 28, 2020, 07:32:19 PM
I’m tall 6’4.5” but damn yall have some long legs. I guess I’m all torso or something  I can wear dickies 874 36/32 cuffed twice and theyre slightly cropped
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on January 28, 2020, 07:47:41 PM
Had some levis 36s a while back and they were good but stacked ever so slightly I find 34 is perfect in most pants but dickies 874 and polar 34s are a tad short.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Frank on January 29, 2020, 02:27:50 AM
holy shit, 36 inseam... my midget ass has pants stacking up on my shoes like crazy whenever i go 32 or up. i can't even relate lol. optimal length for me would be 31, i can wear these as it is or cuff em up when i feel like it without them looking like highwaters.

polar surf pants in regular cut length size s have the perfect length for me personally. best pants anyway.

EDIT: yo i am not even sure if this is about leg length or waist inseam tbh
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Luddite on January 29, 2020, 09:16:31 AM
https://www.dickies.ca/en/automotive/industrial-flat-front-pant/LP812.html?dwvar_LP812_color=BK#start=1 (https://www.dickies.ca/en/automotive/industrial-flat-front-pant/LP812.html?dwvar_LP812_color=BK#start=1)

These come in 37 and 39 inseams. They're uncut seams at the bottom but if you cuff them once they look fine. They fit pretty close to 874s.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: off on January 29, 2020, 09:34:04 AM
https://www.dickies.ca/en/automotive/industrial-flat-front-pant/LP812.html?dwvar_LP812_color=BK#start=1 (https://www.dickies.ca/en/automotive/industrial-flat-front-pant/LP812.html?dwvar_LP812_color=BK#start=1)

These come in 37 and 39 inseams. They're uncut seams at the bottom but if you cuff them once they look fine. They fit pretty close to 874s.

874s come in those same lengths with the same colors with more durability. why would you get them over 874?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: white guy in a durag on January 29, 2020, 11:57:31 AM
I'm a big fan of 874s but I size up and add pleats to the waist for extra thigh room and grandpa swag.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: glen4725 on January 31, 2020, 01:30:06 AM
Well I don't know the exact reason but I think that since women work a lot on their bodies to keep it in a good shape so they don't mind revealing it by wearing tight jeans.

Now men are also moving towards skinny jeans. I am a man from India and I recently went to buy jeans for myself, all the jeans that the shopkeeper showed me were either skinny or super skinny jeans. I told him that I wanted a loose fitting jeans, but he told that since men nowadays don't prefer loose jeans so they don't sell. So i though of trying one of those tight jeans.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Tony on January 31, 2020, 05:30:47 AM
Wonder how those theories easy pants fit
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Post by: CINCINNATI on January 31, 2020, 06:07:04 AM
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carhartt makes a 36, that's my usual go to. the b01 double fronts that are supposed to be "shrink to fit" are like a 38 inseam (and really dont shrink), so i usually cuff them. their pre washed pants are a true 36
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how long do they usually last for you? id want some years out of them for $50. all my other carhartt gear is indestructible but i never owned their dungarees
been wearing the same pair of b11 ones for two years. the b01s will last a lot longer. vintage heads actually sell "pre worn" carhartts for $$$
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: whatsreallygood on February 28, 2020, 12:36:48 AM
Relaxed fit volcom "frickin" chinos, they've got the perfect amount of stretch. I'm still wearing an olive colored pair I got at the end of high school. Honestly volcom pants in general have been excellent imo. If you want sweats, nike sb "shield swoosh" pants are also really comfy.
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Post by: Toadfish Rebecchi on February 28, 2020, 01:05:57 AM
Well I don't know the exact reason but I think that since women work a lot on their bodies to keep it in a good shape so they don't mind revealing it by wearing tight jeans.

Now men are also moving towards skinny jeans. I am a man from India and I recently went to buy jeans for myself, all the jeans that the shopkeeper showed me were either skinny or super skinny jeans. I told him that I wanted a loose fitting jeans, but he told that since men nowadays don't prefer loose jeans so they don't sell. So i though of trying one of those tight jeans.

Now men are also moving towards skinny jeans?! That ship sailed about 9 years ago dude.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Krooked antihero on February 28, 2020, 01:23:41 AM
I rock similar style pants than my 70year old father, not too loose not too slim, casual 😄
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on March 03, 2020, 10:23:50 PM
I like the Polar 93's would like to try the surf pants but they are expensive.

I recently got some DC relaxed tapered jeans and they are great, can be had for cheap too. Similar size to the 93's but are pleated and taper in more.

https://www.dcshoes.com/worker-relaxed-fit-tapered-jeans-191282563854.html#q=Relaxed+taper+jeans&start=1&hitcount=1
Good looks on those jeans. Ordered a pair and loving the fit
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tyshoes on March 04, 2020, 08:17:59 AM
I love the polar surf pants as well personally. If you can find Old Navy Extra Loose on ebay, theyre cut great and usually $20 or so.
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Post by: Dwyck on March 04, 2020, 08:33:48 AM
rustler straights, go 4 sizes up in waist and 2 in inseam, perfect cheap work jean
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: lemonchicken91 on March 04, 2020, 08:45:55 AM
I have the volcom stretchy Chinos, but can I find the non stretch versions still?
They last forever. Those and the shorts.
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Post by: biaherl on March 04, 2020, 09:09:27 AM
https://www.pajamajeans.com/men/jeans-pants

Baggy, long and the most comfortable pant you will own.

But I'm fat and old so what do I know
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on March 04, 2020, 10:43:00 AM
Vans authentic chino glide $27 brown on the Z
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on March 04, 2020, 12:34:29 PM
Alien recently came out with these that look pretty promising
(https://i.imgur.com/Hafc1wQ.jpg)
https://alienworkshop.com/collections/sweatpants/products/spectrum-army-surplus-cargo-pant
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Stephens Lawyer on March 04, 2020, 01:10:44 PM
years of R&D at the workshop has finally yielded the ultimate rebranded rothko cargo
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Donald Rump on March 04, 2020, 01:13:06 PM
Yep, just Rothco BDU's with an Alien patch sewn on. I suppose there's no need to reinvent the wheel.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: off on March 04, 2020, 10:04:02 PM
Alien recently came out with these that rothco cargos look pretty promising
(https://i.imgur.com/Hafc1wQ.jpg)
https://alienworkshop.com/collections/sweatpants/products/spectrum-army-surplus-cargo-pant
https://www.rothco.com/product/rothco-rip-stop-bdu-pants

there ya go
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Clock3rs on March 06, 2020, 07:25:11 AM
Anybody has experience with the double knee pant by dickies? Does it fit baggier than the 874? Trying to step up my baggy pants game as the 874 feels slightly too tapered at the legs for me right now.

Carhartt is unfortunately quite expensive in europe (workwear & the WIP line).

Also, how do these run? I have a 34/34 in 874. Same story, different pants?

Thanks buddys
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Technique on March 06, 2020, 07:35:58 AM
Anybody has experience with the double knee pant by dickies? Does it fit baggier than the 874? Trying to step up my baggy pants game as the 874 feels slightly too tapered at the legs for me right now.

Carhartt is unfortunately quite expensive in europe (workwear & the WIP line).

Also, how do these run? I have a 34/34 in 874. Same story, different pants?

Thanks buddys

The double-knees are usually looser, but it depends on what kind youíre getting. The ones with flex are usually much looser in seat and thigh and a little looser in general. I have a pair of ďgenuineĒ (Walmart line) ones and even though theyíre supposed to be relaxed fit, theyíre looser than the regular line ones that are marked as loose fit.
Is 34/34 your true size, or do you go bigger in the waist? I canít buy true to size waist dickies, the seat and thigh is just way too tight. Anyways, in general with dickies Iíd recommend going at least a size up, if not two sometimes.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Technique on March 06, 2020, 07:37:52 AM
Wonder how those theories easy pants fit

Have a pair of their lounge pants. Everything about them is amazing. The fit, the fabric quality, the durability, everything is on top. Theyíre not cheap pants, but theyíre totally worth it.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on March 06, 2020, 07:40:51 AM
Anybody has experience with the double knee pant by dickies? Does it fit baggier than the 874? Trying to step up my baggy pants game as the 874 feels slightly too tapered at the legs for me right now.

Also, how do these run? I have a 34/34 in 874. Same story, different pants?

874 too tapered? Mine don't taper AT ALL knee down. The leg opening is 18.5" i feel? yeah waist and thighs gotta size up for room
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Post by: Clock3rs on March 06, 2020, 07:49:48 AM
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Anybody has experience with the double knee pant by dickies? Does it fit baggier than the 874? Trying to step up my baggy pants game as the 874 feels slightly too tapered at the legs for me right now.

Also, how do these run? I have a 34/34 in 874. Same story, different pants?

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874 too tapered? Mine don't taper AT ALL knee down. The leg opening is 18.5" i feel? yeah waist and thighs gotta size up for room

Straight from their website:

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A comfortable menís pant, the original 874 work pant sits at the waist with a traditional fit through the seat and thigh. Slimming flat front and slightly tapered leg look good on every body type. Available in 26Ē to 72Ē waist size and a range of inseams so you can find your perfect fit.

Not that i dislike its style. the 874s have been my go to pants since at least 3 years, but I'd be down to have 1-2 baggier pants.


And yeah I do fit 34 in dickies only., Usually ranging from 32 to 33 in carhartt.

The Dickies Pensacola Jeans is also a valid opportunity i may take into account
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Post by: bighead on March 06, 2020, 10:30:25 AM
Chef wear is having a buy one get one free sale. Their pants are fairly comfortable and loose enough to skate in. Just got two pairs of the rip stop ones.

https://www.chefwear.com/

Huge shouts for the reco on these. Bought some and hemmed them myself. Fit and comfort is on point!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Live Fast Johnny on March 27, 2020, 06:30:48 PM
(https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/81kSjO4n99L._SR700,525_.jpg)

I have spent a couple of months in the Nike SB FTM Olive Cargo.  They are made from lightweight ripstop with a 3% stretch.  I would describe the fit as something like my beloved Carhartt B324, loose/relaxed but not ridiculously large.  The material really is lightweight and stays cool.  The stretch kept them moving freely and not gathering below the waist like mil-spec BDU pants tend to do.

The velcro stays on the pockets kept everything flush and non-bagged through repeated washings.  They have stayed way crispier than a pair of Rothcos.  They have ties in the cuffs that I just cut out and the seams where they were are not noticeable.  While light and flexible, the material held up to a couple of slams.  However they are still probably a little too thin to wear on a construction job site.

The only drawbacks are the retail price and I know not everyone loves Nike.  They go on sale all the time if you are interested.  I am looking to pick up another pair in black.

https://www.nike.com/t/sb-flex-ftm-skate-cargo-pants-4nW2wj
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: YungJugg on March 28, 2020, 11:51:08 AM
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Alien recently came out with these that rothco cargos look pretty promising
(https://i.imgur.com/Hafc1wQ.jpg)
https://alienworkshop.com/collections/sweatpants/products/spectrum-army-surplus-cargo-pant
https://www.rothco.com/product/rothco-rip-stop-bdu-pants

there ya go
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lol was boutta post Artform pants as Iím loving their fit and this made me realize theyíre rebranded Rothco. Still happy to support their skate team and they often have better deals than Rothco.
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Post by: johnes on March 30, 2020, 07:37:47 AM
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Alien recently came out with these that rothco cargos look pretty promising
(https://i.imgur.com/Hafc1wQ.jpg)
https://alienworkshop.com/collections/sweatpants/products/spectrum-army-surplus-cargo-pant
https://www.rothco.com/product/rothco-rip-stop-bdu-pants

there ya go
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lol was boutta post Artform pants as Iím loving their fit and this made me realize theyíre rebranded Rothco. Still happy to support their skate team and they often have better deals than Rothco.
Yup Artformdoes better price usually than direct from Rothco. Once I realized artform was Rothco cargos I looked into it and artform does good sales still that make them $30/35 sometimes and they seem like a cool skate team to support.
No comply skate shop also has their own branded Rothco but that are more expensive than other people who sell them.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Mantracker on March 30, 2020, 12:00:36 PM
old navy.

my guy knows whats up
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Post by: jay_nev on March 30, 2020, 01:00:21 PM
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old navy.
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my guy knows whats up
loose rigid denim or loose chino? both $15
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: SneakySecrets on March 30, 2020, 01:02:04 PM
Your momís so fat she thinks Loose Fit is her favorite Asian clothing designer.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: truthislie on April 01, 2020, 02:16:01 AM
Can anybody tell me the difference between the polar 93 and the polar big boy pants? I want to treat myself to one of these but I canīt try it on for obvious reasons. I want baggy but not to baggy. Have the 90s pants at home and I like them a lot.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Coolhats on April 01, 2020, 04:37:55 AM
Can anybody tell me the difference between the polar 93 and the polar big boy pants? I want to treat myself to one of these but I canīt try it on for obvious reasons. I want baggy but not to baggy. Have the 90s pants at home and I like them a lot.

Go on www.polarskateco.com and look at the fit charts. It gives you a breakdown of the fit and you can compare. I think 93 jeans have a similar fit to 874 dickies, but a little looser. Big boys are real wide and taper in a bit.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Raccoon Manne on April 01, 2020, 05:39:09 AM
I got some good chinos from CCS about 8 years ago. Does anyone know if they still have a baggy cut?
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Post by: chillclinton87 on April 01, 2020, 05:55:31 AM
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Can anybody tell me the difference between the polar 93 and the polar big boy pants? I want to treat myself to one of these but I canīt try it on for obvious reasons. I want baggy but not to baggy. Have the 90s pants at home and I like them a lot.
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Go on www.polarskateco.com and look at the fit charts. It gives you a breakdown of the fit and you can compare. I think 93 jeans have a similar fit to 874 dickies, but a little looser. Big boys are real wide and taper in a bit.


on the 93 denim would you go regular size (usually i am a 32 or 33 width) or size up like i do in dickies 874 (i go 33 usually) or full size up like i do in 873 (34 width usually)?
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Post by: Coolhats on April 01, 2020, 06:52:48 AM
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Can anybody tell me the difference between the polar 93 and the polar big boy pants? I want to treat myself to one of these but I canīt try it on for obvious reasons. I want baggy but not to baggy. Have the 90s pants at home and I like them a lot.
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Go on www.polarskateco.com and look at the fit charts. It gives you a breakdown of the fit and you can compare. I think 93 jeans have a similar fit to 874 dickies, but a little looser. Big boys are real wide and taper in a bit.
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on the 93 denim would you go regular size (usually i am a 32 or 33 width) or size up like i do in dickies 874 (i go 33 usually) or full size up like i do in 873 (34 width usually)?

Iíd say get your normal size. I think their stuff fits a little looser. Check the size chart to be sure though.
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Post by: drunk guy on April 01, 2020, 07:10:19 AM
Vans Glide pants. Slight taper and insanely comfortable.
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Post by: chillclinton87 on April 01, 2020, 09:27:39 AM
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Can anybody tell me the difference between the polar 93 and the polar big boy pants? I want to treat myself to one of these but I canīt try it on for obvious reasons. I want baggy but not to baggy. Have the 90s pants at home and I like them a lot.
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Go on www.polarskateco.com and look at the fit charts. It gives you a breakdown of the fit and you can compare. I think 93 jeans have a similar fit to 874 dickies, but a little looser. Big boys are real wide and taper in a bit.
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on the 93 denim would you go regular size (usually i am a 32 or 33 width) or size up like i do in dickies 874 (i go 33 usually) or full size up like i do in 873 (34 width usually)?
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Iíd say get your normal size. I think their stuff fits a little looser. Check the size chart to be sure though.

thanks a lot for the info, will definetly do that!

since we talk loose fit pants though:

I got some Carhartt WIP DALLAS Pants. Went TTS on those so i got em in a 33 waist. fit a lil loose around the waist now but i like that. they come on the shorter side lenght wise but seem to be as wide as 874 dieckies- i'd say if you get a 33 width it is by 30 lenght- pretty perfect for dunk highs look wise i gotta say!

Fabric is softer and lighter than the Flex dickies but seem to be robust still. If we can ever go outside again and play our wooden toy i will report back
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Post by: switchmongojazzpush on April 01, 2020, 06:49:33 PM
Can anybody tell me the difference between the polar 93 and the polar big boy pants? I want to treat myself to one of these but I canīt try it on for obvious reasons. I want baggy but not to baggy. Have the 90s pants at home and I like them a lot.

93's are the less baggy option, although both are very loose.
I bought a 34 in the 93's but for some reason they fit like a 38-40 waist. 
May have been a mistake but got them tailored and they fit great.
 
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: GoldenGateHeights on April 03, 2020, 03:23:25 PM
Loved the Fourstar Carroll chinos, haven't found anything that's comparable yet.
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Post by: kike on April 03, 2020, 08:23:59 PM
Levis skate carpenter pants. Baggy, tough fabric with a little of stretch and triple stiching in a lot of places. They are great.
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Post by: Makaveli on April 03, 2020, 10:25:41 PM
Loved the Fourstar Carroll chinos, haven't found anything that's comparable yet.

Maybe the greatest chino ever?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Front Blunt on April 04, 2020, 11:56:27 AM
Thinking about buying the Spanky RVCA chinos- anyone try those out?
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Post by: Digital Rasta on April 05, 2020, 08:18:57 AM
Fourstar Carroll Chinos are great pants but I would not call them loose fit, at least not the pair I got. Slim Straight for sure. For skating, I got so lucky one day at the Goodwill I found two pairs of huge cargo pants with ankle cinches and waist gaiters on the same rack. A pair of 2XL cargos by Outfitters Ridge hunting gear in Realtree camo and a pair of authentic Army surplus BDU cargos in Woodland camo, in size 3XL but shrunk and vintage they fit the same as the Realtrees. They fit baggy as fuck but that's what I like to skate in, with a stretchy rubberized belt that can buckle anywhere is the perfect set up for me. Thin vulc shoes, goofy boy baggy cargos cinched up at the ankles and an elastic belt is absolutely ideal for me to go screw around in. I think I'll go have an isolated sesh this evening
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tyshoes on April 05, 2020, 08:25:23 AM
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old navy.
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loose rigid denim or loose chino? both $15

If you can find discontinued Old Navy extra loose on ebay those are cut great. I have like 6 pairs I horded.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-Navy-Extra-Loose-Fit-Jeans-Label-32x34-Meas-32x34/274267629598?hash=item3fdb9fe81e:g:NKYAAOSw31hc-I3N

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Mens-Old-Navy-1994-Extra-Loose-Destructed-Faded-Blue-Jeans-Size-33-x-34/274324896568?hash=item3fdf09bb38:g:pFsAAOSwSa9eVwEP

Also Nautica Big EZ
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Post by: flintstagram on April 05, 2020, 09:11:37 AM
I like Wrangler Cargos recently (relaxed fit). Nice twill pants that fit perfectly loose, and only 25$ on amazon.

This is the most underrated comment on here. I bought a pair from walmart awhile back and they are the most comfortable pants! I hate that I'm rocking cargos all the time and wish they didn't have those stupid extra pockets, but nothing compares. Great fit, great movement, great price. You don't feel bad fucking them up.

I always wear holes in my pant leg above my front foot from my griptape. Bums me out, but oh well. It's apparently just the way I skate.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: clarketaylor24 on April 08, 2020, 09:22:56 AM
I think you chose shirts and hoodies of drug rug (https://drugruger.com/). And also u have to b chose baja or mexican hoodies or shirts.
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Post by: ballintoohard on April 08, 2020, 09:39:13 AM
Not cheap, but the Polar 93 are a solid choice.
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Post by: Vintagebody on April 08, 2020, 10:43:26 AM
Not cheap, but the Polar 93 are a solid choice.

How is polar's sizing?
I need 34 in length, but my waist is usually more of a 32/33... But they only make 34/34
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Post by: tzhangdox on April 08, 2020, 11:29:41 AM
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Not cheap, but the Polar 93 are a solid choice.
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How is polar's sizing?
I need 34 in length, but my waist is usually more of a 32/33... But they only make 34/34

34/34 will probably be a good loose fit
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Lloyd Braun on April 08, 2020, 12:20:34 PM
Red Kap. A bit baggier than dickies and more comfortable.

https://www.automotiveworkwear.com/RedKap/PT20/mens-work-pants.html
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Post by: one-off on April 08, 2020, 04:11:44 PM
Red Kap. A bit baggier than dickies and more comfortable.

https://www.automotiveworkwear.com/RedKap/PT20/mens-work-pants.html

thanks for this tip, these look good, and can't argue with the price of 19.49.
I'm dying imagining skaters dressed in the full fits in their "lookbook" though...
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Post by: Made In China on April 08, 2020, 05:29:58 PM
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Red Kap. A bit baggier than dickies and more comfortable.

https://www.automotiveworkwear.com/RedKap/PT20/mens-work-pants.html
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thanks for this tip, these look good, and can't argue with the price of 19.49.
I'm dying imagining skaters dressed in the full fits in their "lookbook" though...
Damn these look nice, and they come in multiple colors and got a size 29 waist? That's super rare. I have no hips and finding pants that fit without a belt is very very hard. I don't need pants right now but I'm saving these for the future.

Carhartt used to make these twill work pants that looked and felt similar to Dickies 874, but are way more comfy and durable. I got a pair about two years ago and wear them a ton, and they're still holding strong. They're hard to find now but I definitely recommend if you can locate your size.

https://www.carhartt.com/products/Twill-Work-Pant-B290
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Post by: Pappy Jones on April 09, 2020, 02:01:12 AM
I'm intrigued by WIP but I live in a small city so I never get to see the stuff in person. I do love regular old carhartt clothing though. Is the sizing the same? I wear an XL in other brand t shirts but somehow the Carhartt M 100% cotton pocket t shirt is perfect on me.
Carhartt runs pretty big but the WIP stuff is a bit more normal fitting. I got a jacket from them in a L which is my normal size and it fits perfect
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Digital Rasta on April 10, 2020, 09:49:18 PM
These are the thrifted cargo pants I mentioned I've been skating in. Fuckin massive with huge leg openings, most of my pants for work and school are slim leg with 8" or 9" across the front of the hem but I need parachute pants to skate. I don't feel comfortable trying to pop high unless my legs are covered in something you could cut a jib out of and go sailing the high seas with.

(https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49758797158_f17f537462.jpg) (https://flic.kr/p/2iP1QPQ) (https://flic.kr/p/2iP1QPQ) (https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/)

Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: harshrealm on April 11, 2020, 10:16:41 AM
 https://www.gramicci.com/collections/mens-pants/products/gramicci-pants (https://www.gramicci.com/collections/mens-pants/products/gramicci-pants)

These are the best pants I think Iíve found yet. Theyíre made for rock climbing so they give you really full range of motion, and theyíre tough as shit. Super comfortable too.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: skatefresh on April 16, 2020, 09:11:53 PM
Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 17, 2020, 06:36:19 AM
Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.

They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: drunk guy on April 17, 2020, 06:43:47 AM
https://www.gramicci.com/collections/mens-pants/products/gramicci-pants (https://www.gramicci.com/collections/mens-pants/products/gramicci-pants)

These are the best pants I think Iíve found yet. Theyíre made for rock climbing so they give you really full range of motion, and theyíre tough as shit. Super comfortable too.
these look great, if unemployment ever calls me back Iíll definitely purchase 
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Donald Rump on April 17, 2020, 06:50:42 AM
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Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.
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They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.

Good pants, cheap and well made.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: El Chupacabra on April 17, 2020, 06:53:52 AM
So I became a recent convert to these:

https://deviumusa.com/collections/bottoms/products/toiler-chino-pant?variant=21871543582838

They're really well made, and very generously cut, without being too gangster baggy. They're long too. I'm 6'4 and they go all the way to my heels. They are kinda expensive, but you do get what you pay for.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 17, 2020, 06:57:15 AM
So I became a recent convert to these:

https://deviumusa.com/collections/bottoms/products/toiler-chino-pant?variant=21871543582838

They're really well made, and very generously cut, without being too gangster baggy. They're long too. I'm 6'4 and they go all the way to my heels. They are kinda expensive, but you do get what you pay for.

Those look REALLY nice. I wish they weren't sold out in my size.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Lloyd Braun on April 17, 2020, 06:58:24 AM
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Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.
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They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.


All Iíve been skating in recently are Propper BDUs. Which are pretty much the same pant. I like the cargo pockets I can throw a piece of wax in there and not have to feel it in my pocket and itís handy when I need it. Also comfy and a good fit.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: skatefresh on April 17, 2020, 08:03:23 AM
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Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.
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They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.
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All Iíve been skating in recently are Propper BDUs. Which are pretty much the same pant. I like the cargo pockets I can throw a piece of wax in there and not have to feel it in my pocket and itís handy when I need it. Also comfy and a good fit.
Do you guys size up or true to size? I have a pair of the nike sb flex cargos I got at ross for $20 that fit great but I refuse to pay $75 for a pair of pants.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 17, 2020, 08:16:06 AM
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Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.
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They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.
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All Iíve been skating in recently are Propper BDUs. Which are pretty much the same pant. I like the cargo pockets I can throw a piece of wax in there and not have to feel it in my pocket and itís handy when I need it. Also comfy and a good fit.
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Do you guys size up or true to size? I have a pair of the nike sb flex cargos I got at ross for $20 that fit great but I refuse to pay $75 for a pair of pants.

I'm a 34 in most brands, which is right on the cusp of the medium and Large size for Rothcos. With my Rothcos the overall cut on medium and large is identical, the waist is just cinched in more on the mediums. I wear the large because they mediums are just a little tight in the waist.

Proper are a little more generous. A medium fits me exactly as a 34 would in the waist, and the legs are a bit wider overall.

Hope that helps!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: skatefresh on April 17, 2020, 08:24:32 AM
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Anyone skate in regular rothco cargos? I've been looking at artform cargos but I have a feeling they're identical to the $30 rothcos on ebay.
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They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.
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All Iíve been skating in recently are Propper BDUs. Which are pretty much the same pant. I like the cargo pockets I can throw a piece of wax in there and not have to feel it in my pocket and itís handy when I need it. Also comfy and a good fit.
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Do you guys size up or true to size? I have a pair of the nike sb flex cargos I got at ross for $20 that fit great but I refuse to pay $75 for a pair of pants.
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I'm a 34 in most brands, which is right on the cusp of the medium and Large size for Rothcos. With my Rothcos the overall cut on medium and large is identical, the waist is just cinched in more on the mediums. I wear the large because they mediums are just a little tight in the waist.

Proper are a little more generous. A medium fits me exactly as a 34 would in the waist, and the legs are a bit wider overall.

Hope that helps!
Thanks. I'm a 29ish waist so I think a small will work.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: buttchin on April 17, 2020, 04:57:53 PM
Havenít personally tried these, but cookmanUSA.com has some $39 chef pants that look similar to polar surf pants
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on April 17, 2020, 09:15:41 PM
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They are indeed re-branded Rothcos. Rothcos are great, I also like Proper brand BDU pants.
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All Iíve been skating in recently are Propper BDUs. Which are pretty much the same pant. I like the cargo pockets I can throw a piece of wax in there and not have to feel it in my pocket and itís handy when I need it. Also comfy and a good fit.
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Do you guys size up or true to size? I have a pair of the nike sb flex cargos I got at ross for $20 that fit great but I refuse to pay $75 for a pair of pants.
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I'm a 34 in most brands, which is right on the cusp of the medium and Large size for Rothcos. With my Rothcos the overall cut on medium and large is identical, the waist is just cinched in more on the mediums. I wear the large because they mediums are just a little tight in the waist.

Proper are a little more generous. A medium fits me exactly as a 34 would in the waist, and the legs are a bit wider overall.

Hope that helps!
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Thanks. I'm a 29ish waist so I think a small will work.
Used to rock Dickies heavy but Rothco's are currently my favorite pants to rock. Recently got the khaki colorway and loving the fit. I'm a 32 and wear a medium
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: vndrewlee on April 20, 2020, 11:52:58 AM
Does anyone know what the black pants trenton mcclung has been wearing?

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_JY5XCn5F1/
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: evanwilliamsnollieheel on April 22, 2020, 05:35:23 PM
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Wonder how those theories easy pants fit
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Have a pair of their lounge pants. Everything about them is amazing. The fit, the fabric quality, the durability, everything is on top. Theyíre not cheap pants, but theyíre totally worth it.
best fuckin pants. i have like 5 pairs only pants i wear. my enormous stack of raggedy half skated double knee dickies is sitting in my closet colllecting dust and will stay there indefinitely
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cucktard on April 22, 2020, 05:52:24 PM
Best loose fit pants I ever had were a pair of olive Emerica ‘Burnside’ brushed denim cargoes from around 96 or 97. Great cut, durable, and soft.  I would kill to find another pair of those NOS. 
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on April 22, 2020, 06:28:19 PM
Gotta grab the vans chino authentic glide pair soon got a credit burning a hole in pocket. And purchase over $65 gift another $20 next purchase.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: theresnothinghere on April 22, 2020, 09:06:08 PM
too much?

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Vintage-WU-WEAR-denim-co-jeans-Boys-Wutang-Rare-Globe-Size-10-Waist-26/113540214015?hash=item1a6f862cff:g:dukAAOSwWDlcNlZU
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 23, 2020, 05:27:43 PM
I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Crabby_Bastard on April 23, 2020, 05:53:55 PM
I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.

They are the worst as far as sizing goes. I have some 32, 34, 36 that all fit the same. I wear a 30 or 31 in most other brands.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Fat Tire on April 23, 2020, 06:55:09 PM
I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.

Dickies fit tts as of the last three pairs I've bought.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: j....soy..... on April 23, 2020, 10:15:58 PM
874's have high waists so I tend to get a bigger waist size....
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Donald Rump on April 24, 2020, 01:38:28 AM
too much?

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Vintage-WU-WEAR-denim-co-jeans-Boys-Wutang-Rare-Globe-Size-10-Waist-26/113540214015?hash=item1a6f862cff:g:dukAAOSwWDlcNlZU

They are pretty full on
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Charlie Hustle on April 24, 2020, 02:33:08 AM
I ordered these. They look comfy.
https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-vn:0a3w4l:h3g:xl:reg:1:#hero=3
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: theresnothinghere on April 24, 2020, 02:54:44 AM
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too much?

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Vintage-WU-WEAR-denim-co-jeans-Boys-Wutang-Rare-Globe-Size-10-Waist-26/113540214015?hash=item1a6f862cff:g:dukAAOSwWDlcNlZU
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They are pretty full on

too much?
 http://www.berktree.com/kimberly-clark-3-layer-scrub-pants-3-layer-ds-waist-blue-xl-each-model-69713.html
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Richard Skidder on April 24, 2020, 06:56:52 AM
I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
I have a brown pair of 67s. The waist is a little lower and the amount of stretch in them allows for tts. They also donít shrink like crazy in the way standard Dickies will.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 24, 2020, 08:03:35 AM
Thanks for the input folks, going to try them TTS.

IDK if Levi's discontinued the skate work pants but they seem to be scarce and I need a new go-to chino.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: front_crooks on April 25, 2020, 06:32:54 AM
Anybody know what pants Kader skates in, other than 874's? 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B--1wvWlWOd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (https://www.instagram.com/p/B--1wvWlWOd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link)
https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IF147FoFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IF147FoFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link)
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on April 25, 2020, 11:25:33 AM
I ordered these. They look comfy.
https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-vn:0a3w4l:h3g:xl:reg:1:#hero=3

Those are great, very similar to polar surf pants but a little more thigh room and taper a bit more aggressively down at the leg opening.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on April 26, 2020, 05:23:09 AM
Anybody know what pants Kader skates in, other than 874's? 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B--1wvWlWOd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (https://www.instagram.com/p/B--1wvWlWOd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link)
https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IF147FoFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IF147FoFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link)
Could be Supreme pants
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Ok on April 26, 2020, 07:22:54 AM
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Anybody know what pants Kader skates in, other than 874's? 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B--1wvWlWOd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (https://www.instagram.com/p/B--1wvWlWOd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link)
https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IF147FoFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link (https://www.instagram.com/p/B8IF147FoFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link)
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Could be Supreme pants


I like your user name
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FROTHY on April 26, 2020, 07:25:28 AM
Galls.com has some Rothco-like options and some more tech pants. Their ripstop is pretty lightweight. It's all relatively cheap, too. I could see some inconsistencies in the stitching, so I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't have great quality control, but my pair is doing fine, and they shipped quickly.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Kastel TM on April 27, 2020, 11:22:53 AM
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Wonder how those theories easy pants fit
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Have a pair of their lounge pants. Everything about them is amazing. The fit, the fabric quality, the durability, everything is on top. Theyíre not cheap pants, but theyíre totally worth it.
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best fuckin pants. i have like 5 pairs only pants i wear. my enormous stack of raggedy half skated double knee dickies is sitting in my closet colllecting dust and will stay there indefinitely

backing this, best pant, best fit. hope they come out with more colors soon.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: pizzafliptofakie on April 27, 2020, 11:35:54 AM
I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.

idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: arrbee on April 27, 2020, 11:50:03 AM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.

Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 27, 2020, 12:04:59 PM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.

Super frustrating. Just ordered some 874s for the first time in ages and ended up getting multiple sizes so I can try them on and see what works (if any).
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Ok on April 27, 2020, 12:13:35 PM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.
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Super frustrating. Just ordered some 874s for the first time in ages and ended up getting multiple sizes so I can try them on and see what works (if any).

I like 501s (not really for skating) and they can be quite different.
Iím pretty amazed that I can be as old as I am and so unsettled in so many ways, clothing styles being one of them.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 27, 2020, 12:20:14 PM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.
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Super frustrating. Just ordered some 874s for the first time in ages and ended up getting multiple sizes so I can try them on and see what works (if any).
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I like 501s (not really for skating) and they can be quite different.
Iím pretty amazed that I can be as old as I am and so unsettled in so many ways, clothing styles being one of them.

I have a pair of 501s from a thrift store that are perfect. I bug out about pants and always want them to be consistent. I usually wear Levis skate work pants, but it seems like they're not really being made anymore so I am kind of bugging out and trying to find a new go-to chino that is kind of loose and straight but also not super baggy.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Ok on April 27, 2020, 02:16:18 PM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.
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Super frustrating. Just ordered some 874s for the first time in ages and ended up getting multiple sizes so I can try them on and see what works (if any).
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I like 501s (not really for skating) and they can be quite different.
Iím pretty amazed that I can be as old as I am and so unsettled in so many ways, clothing styles being one of them.
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I have a pair of 501s from a thrift store that are perfect. I bug out about pants and always want them to be consistent. I usually wear Levis skate work pants, but it seems like they're not really being made anymore so I am kind of bugging out and trying to find a new go-to chino that is kind of loose and straight but also not super baggy.

The Levi skate chino was really well made, overbuilt even.
Every person in my life my age thinks I look dumb in dickies 874s. So I feel you on the not super baggy. Iíve given up on pants that I look appropriate in vs pants to skate in.
I should just wear rothcoís and Jordanís and be done with it.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Thom on April 27, 2020, 02:18:26 PM
Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants

Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 27, 2020, 02:35:25 PM
Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants

I really need to try some domestics pants.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: pizzafliptofakie on April 27, 2020, 02:44:10 PM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.


Honestly most of the pairs I have I'm fine with. I don't really like my pants THAT baggy and most of them are pretty straight with a taper. Like some are a little more slim than the others, but I specifically have a navy blue pair in the same size as the others that are too tight to skate in comfortably. For what it's worth the couple duplicate pairs I have of the same color fit pretty much the same. But like if you saw me wear my brown ones, my navy ones and my khaki ones they would all look like completely different pants, haha.
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 27, 2020, 02:47:14 PM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.
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Honestly most of the pairs I have I'm fine with. I don't really like my pants THAT baggy and most of them are pretty straight with a taper. Like some are a little more slim than the others, but I specifically have a navy blue pair in the same size as the others that are too tight to skate in comfortably. For what it's worth the couple duplicate pairs I have of the same color fit pretty much the same. But like if you saw me wear my brown ones, my navy ones and my khaki ones they would all look like completely different pants, haha.

When you put it like that, I guess It's not too surprising. Levi's has done that same thing forever with their Jeans. Even with the nicer skate-branded 501s, the fit varies with the color.
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Post by: pizzafliptofakie on April 27, 2020, 02:59:33 PM
Yeah, while Dickies are my chino of choice, most of my denim is Levi's and I've had a similar predicament, haha. But  man, when they're right they're riiiiiight.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Thom on April 27, 2020, 03:03:47 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.

Theyíre the best and bulletproof too

Oh and a friend has the altamont Ryan lay pants and loves them so thatís another for the list



Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on April 27, 2020, 03:29:04 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.

How do domestic pants fit? I saw a few comments from a few years back saying they fit like dickies/definitely aren't that loose. A few pants on their site look quite good.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: WideFeet on April 27, 2020, 04:39:17 PM
Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on April 27, 2020, 04:55:18 PM
Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.

I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: FrozenIndustries on April 27, 2020, 05:04:42 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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How do domestic pants fit? I saw a few comments from a few years back saying they fit like dickies/definitely aren't that loose. A few pants on their site look quite good.

One of my locals has them and is doing curbside, considering going to pick up a pair this week and will report back.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: WideFeet on April 27, 2020, 05:08:40 PM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement

Thanks for the feedback! Iím liking the Embarcadero pant better, because they look more like a the fabric they use for chinos. Do the Embarcadero pant have a drawstring? Iím assuming so, since they have the elastic waistband.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on April 27, 2020, 05:18:35 PM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
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Thanks for the feedback! Iím liking the Embarcadero pant better, because they look more like a the fabric they use for chinos. Do the Embarcadero pant have a drawstring? Iím assuming so, since they have the elastic waistband.

Yes there's a drawstring. I like the material on both, though I'd probably give the edge to surf pants as they're a little bit more comfortable.  Surf pants are cotton and I've had several pairs over the years and they've all lasted super long and been amazing to skate and chill in. I haven't actually worn the vans ones thaaat much so can't attest to durability but the quality feels great and I'm sure they'll be good.

Looking side by side, it seems like the threads are a little finer on the vans ones than the polar surf pants. Both are super thin and perfect for summer and great for spring/autumn too, just probably a bit thin for super cold winter sessions where denim would be more appropriate.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Ok on April 27, 2020, 06:06:43 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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How do domestic pants fit? I saw a few comments from a few years back saying they fit like dickies/definitely aren't that loose. A few pants on their site look quite good.
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One of my locals has them and is doing curbside, considering going to pick up a pair this week and will report back.

Domestics is just a sick company.
I really need to be more mindful about spending money with a company like that, or DOA, instead of getting so hyper focused about minute details and then just buying the same old from wack big companies
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: WideFeet on April 28, 2020, 10:47:21 PM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
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Thanks for the feedback! Iím liking the Embarcadero pant better, because they look more like a the fabric they use for chinos. Do the Embarcadero pant have a drawstring? Iím assuming so, since they have the elastic waistband.
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Yes there's a drawstring. I like the material on both, though I'd probably give the edge to surf pants as they're a little bit more comfortable.  Surf pants are cotton and I've had several pairs over the years and they've all lasted super long and been amazing to skate and chill in. I haven't actually worn the vans ones thaaat much so can't attest to durability but the quality feels great and I'm sure they'll be good.

Looking side by side, it seems like the threads are a little finer on the vans ones than the polar surf pants. Both are super thin and perfect for summer and great for spring/autumn too, just probably a bit thin for super cold winter sessions where denim would be more appropriate.

You rule man! Thank you!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: WideFeet on April 28, 2020, 10:49:15 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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How do domestic pants fit? I saw a few comments from a few years back saying they fit like dickies/definitely aren't that loose. A few pants on their site look quite good.
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One of my locals has them and is doing curbside, considering going to pick up a pair this week and will report back.
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Domestics is just a sick company.
I really need to be more mindful about spending money with a company like that, or DOA, instead of getting so hyper focused about minute details and then just buying the same old from wack big companies

I really love Domestics also. Iíve never had anything from them, and always forget about them somehow. I think itís because I try not to buy pants, because I have so many pairs. I really shouldnít be on this thread.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Crap on April 29, 2020, 05:37:29 AM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
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Thanks for the feedback! Iím liking the Embarcadero pant better, because they look more like a the fabric they use for chinos. Do the Embarcadero pant have a drawstring? Iím assuming so, since they have the elastic waistband.
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Yes there's a drawstring. I like the material on both, though I'd probably give the edge to surf pants as they're a little bit more comfortable.  Surf pants are cotton and I've had several pairs over the years and they've all lasted super long and been amazing to skate and chill in. I haven't actually worn the vans ones thaaat much so can't attest to durability but the quality feels great and I'm sure they'll be good.

Looking side by side, it seems like the threads are a little finer on the vans ones than the polar surf pants. Both are super thin and perfect for summer and great for spring/autumn too, just probably a bit thin for super cold winter sessions where denim would be more appropriate.

What size do you wear in regular pants to convert to XL in the surf pants/Embarcadero pants? I've been in a toss-up between both, and I'm not sure about size. I know Polar posted measurements of the surf pants, but neither brand has a size conversion chart (i.e. 'if you wear size 36, buy size Large in these').
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Jhoneon on April 29, 2020, 08:48:58 AM
hy........i did't like to wear the loose pants. I'm study in australia (http://study in australia) and in our university almost all students like to wear the fit pants and stretchable pent.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on April 29, 2020, 08:50:54 AM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
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Thanks for the feedback! Iím liking the Embarcadero pant better, because they look more like a the fabric they use for chinos. Do the Embarcadero pant have a drawstring? Iím assuming so, since they have the elastic waistband.
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Yes there's a drawstring. I like the material on both, though I'd probably give the edge to surf pants as they're a little bit more comfortable.  Surf pants are cotton and I've had several pairs over the years and they've all lasted super long and been amazing to skate and chill in. I haven't actually worn the vans ones thaaat much so can't attest to durability but the quality feels great and I'm sure they'll be good.

Looking side by side, it seems like the threads are a little finer on the vans ones than the polar surf pants. Both are super thin and perfect for summer and great for spring/autumn too, just probably a bit thin for super cold winter sessions where denim would be more appropriate.
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What size do you wear in regular pants to convert to XL in the surf pants/Embarcadero pants? I've been in a toss-up between both, and I'm not sure about size. I know Polar posted measurements of the surf pants, but neither brand has a size conversion chart (i.e. 'if you wear size 36, buy size Large in these').

Why do you need a chart? There's no size standard, in other words, a 36 in Levis might fit smaller then 36 Polar.
And Polar does have a chart with measurments... Ez
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on April 29, 2020, 09:49:25 AM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
[close]

Thanks for the feedback! Iím liking the Embarcadero pant better, because they look more like a the fabric they use for chinos. Do the Embarcadero pant have a drawstring? Iím assuming so, since they have the elastic waistband.
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Yes there's a drawstring. I like the material on both, though I'd probably give the edge to surf pants as they're a little bit more comfortable.  Surf pants are cotton and I've had several pairs over the years and they've all lasted super long and been amazing to skate and chill in. I haven't actually worn the vans ones thaaat much so can't attest to durability but the quality feels great and I'm sure they'll be good.

Looking side by side, it seems like the threads are a little finer on the vans ones than the polar surf pants. Both are super thin and perfect for summer and great for spring/autumn too, just probably a bit thin for super cold winter sessions where denim would be more appropriate.
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What size do you wear in regular pants to convert to XL in the surf pants/Embarcadero pants? I've been in a toss-up between both, and I'm not sure about size. I know Polar posted measurements of the surf pants, but neither brand has a size conversion chart (i.e. 'if you wear size 36, buy size Large in these').

I'm 6 5 with a true waist of 34, but I always size up to 36 ish give or take otherwise most pants are pretty slim on me. Depends on the pant lol
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Crap on April 29, 2020, 09:56:59 AM
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What size do you wear in regular pants to convert to XL in the surf pants/Embarcadero pants? I've been in a toss-up between both, and I'm not sure about size. I know Polar posted measurements of the surf pants, but neither brand has a size conversion chart (i.e. 'if you wear size 36, buy size Large in these').
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Why do you need a chart? There's no size standard, in other words, a 36 in Levis might fit smaller then 36 Polar.
And Polar does have a chart with measurments... Ez

I get that the same size would be different across two brands, but if they're following the numerical sizing format, you can at least take an educated guess. The S/M/L/XL format is a little more vague. The chart on the Polar site says L is 22" across the waist and XL is 23", but that would convert to sizes 44 and 46 in numerical sizes. I know they're made to fit loose, but those are full on big & tall store sizes - I don't think someone with a 44 inch waist would fit comfortably in size L Polar pants.

I'm 6 5 with a true waist of 34, but I always size up to 36 ish give or take otherwise most pants are pretty slim on me. Depends on the pant lol

This helps - thanks!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: drunk guy on April 29, 2020, 09:57:28 AM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesometheyre good ! not the loosest pants but definitely solid, I would go up a size in the waistline. Definitely hang dry. super comfortable.

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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How do domestic pants fit? I saw a few comments from a few years back saying they fit like dickies/definitely aren't that loose. A few pants on their site look quite good.
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One of my locals has them and is doing curbside, considering going to pick up a pair this week and will report back.
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Domestics is just a sick company.
I really need to be more mindful about spending money with a company like that, or DOA, instead of getting so hyper focused about minute details and then just buying the same old from wack big companies
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I really love Domestics also. Iíve never had anything from them, and always forget about them somehow. I think itís because I try not to buy pants, because I have so many pairs. I really shouldnít be on this thread.
theyre good ! not the loosest pants but definitely solid, I would go up a size in the waistline. Definitely hang dry. super comfortable.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Jhoneon on April 29, 2020, 10:09:33 AM
hy........i did't like to wear the loose pants. I'm study in australia (https://connect-counselling.org/Australia) and in our university almost all students like to wear the fit pants and stretchable pent.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Brother Wass on April 30, 2020, 12:49:24 PM
I didn't have the patience to read through the whole thread so forgive me if these have already been mentioned... I find the top 3 in my opinion would have to be Levis 550, Levis Silvertab Baggy fit, and Polar Big Boys. Big Boys are very pricey but have an unmatched fit. Silvertabs can be hard to find, but you could find some on depop for around 50 bucks. 550s are everywhere, a crisp black pair of 550s is godly.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: stets on April 30, 2020, 04:27:27 PM
hy........i did't like to wear the loose pants. I'm study in australia (http://study in australia) and in our university almost all students like to wear the fit pants and stretchable pent.

I love stretchable pent.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Made In China on April 30, 2020, 05:12:57 PM
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on April 30, 2020, 05:23:15 PM
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.

Look a bit too cropped for me, and knowing that its uniqlo I doubt the thigh room compares to surf pants but it could work great for some people
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Charlie Hustle on April 30, 2020, 10:47:49 PM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement

I returned these after showing my wife and she told me I looked like the Monopoly man.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: off on May 01, 2020, 06:34:46 AM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
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I returned these after showing my wife and she told me I looked like the Monopoly man.
nothing wrong with looking like a sophisticated adult
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: S. on May 01, 2020, 06:38:06 AM
I ordered these:

https://www.amazon.de/Amazon-Essentials-Straight-Fit-Stretch-Pants/dp/B07HJ2PPDD/ref=sr_1_22_sspa?__mk_de_DE=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&crid=1AZMLZF3BTFKC&dchild=1&keywords=golf%2Bpants%2Bmen&qid=1588340150&sprefix=golf%2Bpants%2Caps%2C218&sr=8-22-spons&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyTEowMkZJV0pNMzZLJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjMyMjUzM0hHT0haQlBGV1VFQyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwMDk5MTUxMlhDQTYxWFlZOEhFNiZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX210ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU&th=1&psc=1

they are wide and they stretch, they kind of look like the wide dickies. The do seem pretty thin, though. Let's see what happens when I first bail in them.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: drunk guy on May 01, 2020, 06:45:20 AM
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.
I got a similar pair from uniqlo with the same fit, they were heavier weight and had pleats. I had a last minute courthouse wedding to go and had to find something super fast. They're a little too "goofy boy" for me personally but the quality was surprisingly very good.

Edit I actually found them, if you're into this type of fit check them out they're very affordable.
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-wide-fit-pleated-tapered-pants-425779COL09INS035000.html?s=shopping&&gclid=Cj0KCQjwka_1BRCPARIsAMlUmEolejbgF6nF6J6o_10o7p9nl9cXX00ZhqhGqpiSJW28rayNnC79n40aAs69EALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: ferraveemo on May 01, 2020, 08:29:14 AM
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https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.
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Look a bit too cropped for me, and knowing that its uniqlo I doubt the thigh room compares to surf pants but it could work great for some people

nah it's not cropped at all. i'm 6"2' and these were surprisingly baggy(and long, it also doesn't stack good on top of ur shoes so it swallows it/had to cuff a couple)! even if it sits at waist. i got a size L on them too, i wish they were somewhat tapered on the bottom like the surf pants but for the price that you can get them at. It's pretty much a steal. when shit clears i'll take it to tailor and have it hemmed/tapered like the surf pants.

However the Men's "U" Work Utility Pants fit like Carhartt's Double Knee Front Work Dungaree's. More roomier and baggy on the thigh and through the legs. It depends on the waist size that you get them tho.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: off on May 01, 2020, 09:11:16 AM
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https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.
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Look a bit too cropped for me, and knowing that its uniqlo I doubt the thigh room compares to surf pants but it could work great for some people
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nah it's not cropped at all. i'm 6"2' and these were surprisingly baggy(and long, it also doesn't stack good on top of ur shoes so it swallows it/had to cuff a couple)! even if it sits at waist. i got a size L on them too, i wish they were somewhat tapered on the bottom like the surf pants but for the price that you can get them at. It's pretty much a steal. when shit clears i'll take it to tailor and have it hemmed/tapered like the surf pants.

However the Men's "U" Work Utility Pants fit like Carhartt's Double Knee Front Work Dungaree's. More roomier and baggy on the thigh and through the legs. It depends on the waist size that you get them tho.
i wear 36 inseam in pants. are they long enough to fit me? the size guide they give didnt help me at all
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on May 01, 2020, 10:31:41 AM
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https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.
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Look a bit too cropped for me, and knowing that its uniqlo I doubt the thigh room compares to surf pants but it could work great for some people
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nah it's not cropped at all. i'm 6"2' and these were surprisingly baggy(and long, it also doesn't stack good on top of ur shoes so it swallows it/had to cuff a couple)! even if it sits at waist. i got a size L on them too, i wish they were somewhat tapered on the bottom like the surf pants but for the price that you can get them at. It's pretty much a steal. when shit clears i'll take it to tailor and have it hemmed/tapered like the surf pants.

However the Men's "U" Work Utility Pants fit like Carhartt's Double Knee Front Work Dungaree's. More roomier and baggy on the thigh and through the legs. It depends on the waist size that you get them tho.

Shit, I do not need more pants but thats great to know. will keep in mind
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Crap on May 01, 2020, 01:13:15 PM
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What size do you wear in regular pants to convert to XL in the surf pants/Embarcadero pants? I've been in a toss-up between both, and I'm not sure about size. I know Polar posted measurements of the surf pants, but neither brand has a size conversion chart (i.e. 'if you wear size 36, buy size Large in these').
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I'm 6 5 with a true waist of 34, but I always size up to 36 ish give or take otherwise most pants are pretty slim on me. Depends on the pant lol

Went with the surf pants based on this sizing discussion. I got XL's. I'm 6' and wear 36 in most pants, or 38 in Dickies. They fit comfortably in the waist and loose in the legs. My legs are pretty thicc, so pants always fit a little slimmer on me than they were intended to - they'll be pretty baggy if you have chicken legs. With the drawstring, I'd say XL surf pants would probably fit someone who wears between 34 and 38 in regular pants. Inseam feels 32-ish. The rise is maybe 1-2 inches little lower than Dickies 874's (which is fine, but I wouldn't call them 'high waisted'). The taper below the knee is noticeable but not excessive - if the Vans Embarcaderos do taper more than these, they might be a bit MC Hammer-ish. They aren't cheap, but they seem pretty well made, and if you have a good local skate shop, now is a good time to show them love.
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Post by: tzhangdox on May 01, 2020, 02:09:00 PM
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What size do you wear in regular pants to convert to XL in the surf pants/Embarcadero pants? I've been in a toss-up between both, and I'm not sure about size. I know Polar posted measurements of the surf pants, but neither brand has a size conversion chart (i.e. 'if you wear size 36, buy size Large in these').
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I'm 6 5 with a true waist of 34, but I always size up to 36 ish give or take otherwise most pants are pretty slim on me. Depends on the pant lol
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Went with the surf pants based on this sizing discussion. I got XL's. I'm 6' and wear 36 in most pants, or 38 in Dickies. They fit comfortably in the waist and loose in the legs. My legs are pretty thicc, so pants always fit a little slimmer on me than they were intended to - they'll be pretty baggy if you have chicken legs. With the drawstring, I'd say XL surf pants would probably fit someone who wears between 34 and 38 in regular pants. Inseam feels 32-ish. The rise is maybe 1-2 inches little lower than Dickies 874's (which is fine, but I wouldn't call them 'high waisted'). The taper below the knee is noticeable but not excessive - if the Vans Embarcaderos do taper more than these, they might be a bit MC Hammer-ish. They aren't cheap, but they seem pretty well made, and if you have a good local skate shop, now is a good time to show them love.

The Vans ones taper just a tiny bit more but the main difference is the leg opening is a tiny bit smaller. I skate jordan 1s and notice that that the vans pants will stack on top of the hi top shoe a little more often than the surf pants do (which they still do) due to the leg opening difference. This exaggerates the tapering effect. But besides that, when standing straight, you can barely tell the difference.

Though I have one or two clips of the vans pants where they stacked on top of my shoe and as I bend down to pop the thigh area looks even bigger and there's definitely a slight MC hammer vibe going lol... but thats the worst case scenario. 90% of the time they're pretty much the same as surf pants, which in the worst case angle/position also have that kinda look to a lesser extent.
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Post by: WideFeet on May 04, 2020, 10:03:52 PM
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Anybody know what the deal is with these?

https://www.vans.com/shop/embarcadero-pant-military-khaki?variationId=Military%20Khaki#hero=2

Looks good, but Iím afraid they may be TOO loose. I donít want to look like goofy boy. I just want comfy pants.
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I've got a pair of the XL khaki ones that I recently dyed green. They're very similar to XL Polar surf pants, but a tiny bit slightly roomier in the thigh area, and the leg opening is a bit smaller so theres a hair more taper in the vans ones. Overall I prefer the surf pants fit, but they're almost the same, in fact they're so similar I'd say using the dimensions here as reference should be fine: https://usa.polarskateco.com/collections/pants/products/surf-pants-new-navy-1, just take off about half an inch from the "1/2 bottom leg" measurement
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I returned these after showing my wife and she told me I looked like the Monopoly man.
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nothing wrong with looking like a sophisticated adult

Iím gonna pull the trigger and get ready to look sophisticated. Iíll make the return if I have to. Fuck it.
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Post by: ferraveemo on May 05, 2020, 03:00:18 AM
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https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-relaxed-wide-fit-pants-425782.html?dwvar_425782_color=COL32&cgid=men-uniqlo-u#start=81&cgid=men-uniqlo-u

I copped a pair of these in red and just got them today. They're nice and loose, high waisted, and made out of a lightweight fabric that seems like it'll be nice for hot summer days. I would imagine that they're a little similar to the Polar surf pants or the Vans embarcadero pants, but maybe less tapered and more cropped. I'd recommend them for sure.
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Look a bit too cropped for me, and knowing that its uniqlo I doubt the thigh room compares to surf pants but it could work great for some people
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nah it's not cropped at all. i'm 6"2' and these were surprisingly baggy(and long, it also doesn't stack good on top of ur shoes so it swallows it/had to cuff a couple)! even if it sits at waist. i got a size L on them too, i wish they were somewhat tapered on the bottom like the surf pants but for the price that you can get them at. It's pretty much a steal. when shit clears i'll take it to tailor and have it hemmed/tapered like the surf pants.

However the Men's "U" Work Utility Pants fit like Carhartt's Double Knee Front Work Dungaree's. More roomier and baggy on the thigh and through the legs. It depends on the waist size that you get them tho.
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i wear 36 inseam in pants. are they long enough to fit me? the size guide they give didnt help me at all

I'm around that range so it doesn't feel too snug on the waist. this has drawstrings and a button clasp with zipper too. basically a hybrid jogger/chino but wider fit and no bottom stretchy cuffs. they're pretty long and baggy if they're not tailored or only if you go above ur regular size. i think if i had went with a medium it would've been perfect for me as far as length go. They're a little MC Hammer'ish depending on what shoe you got on. Cuffing them helps a little but i wanna get them hemmed an inch and get it tapered somewhat.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jay_nev on May 05, 2020, 07:40:27 AM
vans chino glide arrived and skated in them quick and got a sweat going but the nylon liner thing feels a bit weird, like more hot than it should have been in 60 degree weather. is that normal? maybe wash them first?
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Post by: WideFeet on May 05, 2020, 09:40:20 AM
vans chino glide arrived and skated in them quick and got a sweat going but the nylon liner thing feels a bit weird, like more hot than it should have been in 60 degree weather. is that normal? maybe wash them first?

I also need answers. I wanted a pair of these also. Haha.

The homie the runs the local was going to let me come in and grab some stuff tomorrow, and those Chino Glides are on the list.
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Post by: ungzilla on May 05, 2020, 10:47:20 AM
they will shrink a small bit if you wash them (in warm water at least), but it doesn't change how they feel in the way you're asking about


i personally don't have an overheating problem with them, they're basically my favorite pants as far as fit
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Post by: jay_nev on May 05, 2020, 12:41:43 PM
they will shrink a small bit if you wash them (in warm water at least), but it doesn't change how they feel in the way you're asking about

i personally don't have an overheating problem with them, they're basically my favorite pants as far as fit
great fit. comfy waist with the inner shoe string belt too.
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Post by: Vintagebody on May 08, 2020, 03:24:26 AM
Got some Polar 93's today. Holy smokes they are baggy. 34/34 size.
As expected, they are too big in the waist, but the length was good, which is my usual struggle. I wish they came in 32/34 tho. That would have been perfect!
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Post by: Sila on May 08, 2020, 07:28:45 AM
Anyone know how the Theories Stamp work pants fit?
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Post by: jay_nev on May 08, 2020, 08:01:54 AM
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they will shrink a small bit if you wash them (in warm water at least), but it doesn't change how they feel in the way you're asking about

i personally don't have an overheating problem with them, they're basically my favorite pants as far as fit
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great fit. comfy waist with the inner shoe string belt too.
havent washed yet but these vans authentic chino glide fit right. I can see myself grabbing them everyday. Super comfy I think they were just stiff out the package.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Seventyfrigginseven on May 08, 2020, 12:20:55 PM
(http://imgur.com/5sqNCz3.jpg)
Not sure of the brand but it would be well worth a few hours of searching.
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Post by: Sila on May 09, 2020, 09:33:15 AM
Anyone tried Modus baggy fit work pants?
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Post by: WideFeet on May 09, 2020, 03:43:25 PM
UPDATE

My Vans Embarcadero pants came in today, and they do not disappoint.

Inseam is perfect. I didnít have to roll them up. Very comfy and not too loose at all.

Gotta get them in Black now. And Iím wanting to try some Polar Surf Pants now. Haha

If anyone had any questions about sizing, let me know.
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Post by: jack burton on May 09, 2020, 04:37:46 PM
I bought this double knee pair of rei pants that Iíve been super happy with. I definitely have chicken legs and even at 6í3 874ís look huge on me personally. Definitely not a baggy fit pant but good if you got noodle gams.

https://www.rei.com/product/148612/rei-co-op-trailsmith-pants-mens?CAWELAID=120217890006312649&CAGPSPN=pla&CAAGID=30320805880&CATCI=pla-829598411458&cm_mmc=PLA_Google&product_id=1486120039&ad_type=pla&channel=online&partition_id=829598411458&target_id=pla-829598411458&brand_flag=&adgroup_id=30320805880&campaign_id=371830840&location_physical=9003969&cid=105507107200&network=g&network_type=search&device_type=m&merchant_id=1209243&gclid=CjwKCAjwqdn1BRBREiwAEbZcR6FCicO_yZ_bBBOD-4sXFKIG5Sd8vPzjQ_3kpDjLK1ReU0cFPHcgCBoCODwQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
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Post by: switchmongojazzpush on May 09, 2020, 07:11:43 PM
I bought this double knee pair of rei pants that Iíve been super happy with. I definitely have chicken legs and even at 6í3 874ís look huge on me personally. Definitely not a baggy fit pant but good if you got noodle gams.

Those look great! Seem like a lighter weight alternative to Carhartt double knees.

https://www.instagram.com/whatpantsarethose/

^This page is worth checking out
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Post by: Makaveli on May 09, 2020, 09:52:27 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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Theyíre the best and bulletproof too

Oh and a friend has the altamont Ryan lay pants and loves them so thatís another for the list

Dome pants are awesome, but I would not considered them to be the least bit loose fitting.
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Post by: jack burton on May 09, 2020, 10:15:36 PM
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I bought this double knee pair of rei pants that Iíve been super happy with. I definitely have chicken legs and even at 6í3 874ís look huge on me personally. Definitely not a baggy fit pant but good if you got noodle gams.
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Those look great! Seem like a lighter weight alternative to Carhartt double knees.

https://www.instagram.com/whatpantsarethose/

^This page is worth checking out

They definitely donít feel as heavy duty as carhartt but I wouldnít be afraid to slam in them. I think on the website it says they would make good rock climbing pants. Also glad to hear domestics arenít terribly baggy, been eyeing some up for a bit.
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on May 11, 2020, 07:28:59 AM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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Theyíre the best and bulletproof too

Oh and a friend has the altamont Ryan lay pants and loves them so thatís another for the list
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Dome pants are awesome, but I would not considered them to be the least bit loose fitting.

Word. They look like they'd be similar to a Levi's 501 from the pics, like a true straight kind of fit. Is that about accurate?
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Post by: Makaveli on May 11, 2020, 08:37:52 PM
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Volcom loosie thrifter pants kinda fit that bill but are cropped sorta

Vans embarcadero are also comfy and good for skating and taper decently

Domestics chinos are awesome

Cintas comfort pants
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I really need to try some domestics pants.
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Theyíre the best and bulletproof too

Oh and a friend has the altamont Ryan lay pants and loves them so thatís another for the list
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Dome pants are awesome, but I would not considered them to be the least bit loose fitting.
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Word. They look like they'd be similar to a Levi's 501 from the pics, like a true straight kind of fit. Is that about accurate?

First off, theyíre not chinos. Theyíre cut like jeans. They have a slim/straight fit. Arenít stretchy, and can fit inconsistently pair to pair. They also feel pretty fragile. They use really soft, comfy materials. I never skated in any pair Iíve had.
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Post by: Vintagebody on May 12, 2020, 10:04:25 AM
Anyone know which Levis Brad Cromer is rocking? 550? They seem to have some taper
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Post by: Made In China on May 12, 2020, 10:06:58 AM
Anyone know which Levis Brad Cromer is rocking? 550? They seem to have some taper
I think they're vintage Silvertabs, but I don't know the exact kind.
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Post by: pizzafliptofakie on May 13, 2020, 08:47:43 AM
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I know they're not the loosest fit, but anyone skate dickies 67 work pants? I need to know if the waist is true to size or if you need to go up one like on the 874s.
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idk about the work pant but I have the '67 slim straights and as much as I love them, the fit really varies with the color. I have a bunch of pairs and some are kinda baggy and a couple are almost skinny.
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Dickies has the worst QC, their auditors must just be like "yup those are pants, PASS!". No two pairs of Dickies fit the same, they're like fucking snow flakes or finger prints no two alike.
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Honestly most of the pairs I have I'm fine with. I don't really like my pants THAT baggy and most of them are pretty straight with a taper. Like some are a little more slim than the others, but I specifically have a navy blue pair in the same size as the others that are too tight to skate in comfortably. For what it's worth the couple duplicate pairs I have of the same color fit pretty much the same. But like if you saw me wear my brown ones, my navy ones and my khaki ones they would all look like completely different pants, haha.



This thread inspired me to order a pair of 874s in navy and they're great. I got the FLEX ones cuz I think that's what the '67s use for their skate line. They feel great.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Sundaynuggets on May 17, 2020, 06:40:28 AM
Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Post by: jay_nev on May 17, 2020, 06:41:28 AM
Those are too loose for me from the images.  They look gigantic
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on May 17, 2020, 06:49:23 AM
Those are too loose for me from the images.  They look gigantic

Iím about 5í8, 165lbs and the mediums fit me pretty nice. Loose, for sure, but not crazy baggy
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Post by: Ok on May 17, 2020, 08:43:17 AM
Those are too loose for me from the images.  They look gigantic

You need to take you to the medium fit pants thread son!
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Post by: switchmongojazzpush on May 17, 2020, 06:49:42 PM
Anyone know which Levis Brad Cromer is rocking? 550? They seem to have some taper

I have some 70s/80s era Orange Tab 550's with the harshest taper, fit super similar to the ones Cromer wears. I believe newer 550's aren't as tapered.
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on May 17, 2020, 11:22:04 PM
yo need some help... right now i'm sizing up from 30x30 to 33x32 on levi's 550s just to get what feels like a good, non-restrictive leg width but i've been getting tired of either sagging my pants or tightening my belt a lot. what are some pants i can wear in the proper waist while still getting good mobility? polar is my first guess but unfortunate they're so pricey
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Post by: Safariferrari on May 18, 2020, 12:05:21 AM
yo need some help... right now i'm sizing up from 30x30 to 33x32 on levi's 550s just to get what feels like a good, non-restrictive leg width but i've been getting tired of either sagging my pants or tightening my belt a lot. what are some pants i can wear in the proper waist while still getting good mobility? polar is my first guess but unfortunate they're so pricey
True to size levis silver tabs can be an alternate to polar pants if you can find them on ebay or other sites.
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on May 18, 2020, 10:16:29 PM
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yo need some help... right now i'm sizing up from 30x30 to 33x32 on levi's 550s just to get what feels like a good, non-restrictive leg width but i've been getting tired of either sagging my pants or tightening my belt a lot. what are some pants i can wear in the proper waist while still getting good mobility? polar is my first guess but unfortunate they're so pricey
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True to size levis silver tabs can be an alternate to polar pants if you can find them on ebay or other sites.
good looks
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: art hellman on May 19, 2020, 11:40:03 AM
cannot make sense out of the sizing on the Polar Surf Pants... can anyone tell me what size of the Polar Surf Pant (S,M,L) would be equivalent to the fit of a 34 waist pant?
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Post by: Crap on May 19, 2020, 12:39:02 PM
cannot make sense out of the sizing on the Polar Surf Pants... can anyone tell me what size of the Polar Surf Pant (S,M,L) would be equivalent to the fit of a 34 waist pant?

I wear 36 in most normal pants (or 38 in Dickies 874's) and find XL to be a comfortable, loose fit. I think I could fit in L's if I lost a few pounds, so you should be good in L.
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Post by: art hellman on May 19, 2020, 12:45:31 PM
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cannot make sense out of the sizing on the Polar Surf Pants... can anyone tell me what size of the Polar Surf Pant (S,M,L) would be equivalent to the fit of a 34 waist pant?
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I wear 36 in most normal pants (or 38 in Dickies 874's) and find XL to be a comfortable, loose fit. I think I could fit in L's if I lost a few pounds, so you should be good in L.

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Post by: 2thick on May 23, 2020, 12:39:27 PM
Tryna buy those domestics x Al Davis pants... wondering if anyone can tell me if the waist is true to size or should I go up one?
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Post by: Weezil on May 23, 2020, 01:45:06 PM
can't wear pants that don't have room anymore. usually wear a 32x32 in all my pants, my waist is probably a 30 though.

for surf pants the large fits best for me, the mediums were just a tad too short but I only wear those around the house anyway, they look fucking stupid with blazer mids for me. larges go great with all my shoes and stuff and you can cuff them if they're a little too long.

usually for skating I go back and forth between regular Carhartt pants you get at dicks, and dickies stretch 874, got a pair of dickies LP810s that look fucking stupid but are nice and thin and breezy for summer, the surf pants seem perfect for skating but at like 70 bucks I'm not doing anything other than slashing curbs in them when you can get LP810s for like 8 bucks at goodwill or stretch dickies for 30 bucks online.


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Post by: YungJugg on May 23, 2020, 04:00:18 PM
Loving the Polar 90ís Chino.
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Post by: Makaveli on May 24, 2020, 07:22:59 AM
Tryna buy those domestics x Al Davis pants... wondering if anyone can tell me if the waist is true to size or should I go up one?

go up a size for sure
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Post by: ex1t2 on May 27, 2020, 05:54:41 AM
Loving the Polar 90ís Chino.

That instagram https://www.instagram.com/whatpantsarethose/ (https://www.instagram.com/whatpantsarethose/) has been posting these quite a bit.  How did you size yours?
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Post by: Sightunseen on May 27, 2020, 06:24:13 AM
yo need some help... right now i'm sizing up from 30x30 to 33x32 on levi's 550s just to get what feels like a good, non-restrictive leg width but i've been getting tired of either sagging my pants or tightening my belt a lot. what are some pants i can wear in the proper waist while still getting good mobility? polar is my first guess but unfortunate they're so pricey

Try the polar 90s! You can usually find them on Depop in great condition for under $60 (if you dont mind second hand jeans)
Im also a 30x30 and think the sizing is pretty true in the waist on them. Theyíre definitely a higher rise than Leviís though.
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Post by: cookieboy on May 28, 2020, 02:52:55 PM
Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant

Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on May 29, 2020, 05:04:13 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.

No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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Post by: tzhangdox on May 29, 2020, 05:24:57 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them

I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on May 29, 2020, 05:50:53 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.

Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
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Post by: jay_nev on May 29, 2020, 06:24:42 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
nice what kind of dye
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
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nice what kind of dye

I just grabbed some Rit as Iím fairly new to dying stuff and it seemed easy enough to use
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Post by: tzhangdox on May 29, 2020, 07:30:13 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
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nice what kind of dye
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I just grabbed some Rit as Iím fairly new to dying stuff and it seemed easy enough to use

Just get those powder boxes of rit dye and some rit color stay dye fixitive to prevent bleeding and fading. The bottles work too but I've heard anecdotally that the powder is better.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL6NFLL8NI0&t=53s
Just follow these instructions, though I'd recommend you leave it in for at least 30 mins, probably closer to an hour if you have the patience just to get it to really soak in. The final colour will be a lot lighter after soaking and your initial wash and then the pants finally drying.

It'll be easier to get it to black as opposed to the perfect shade of navy. But in my experience (with another pair of much thicker pants) its quite hard to get them pitch black, you can get very close though.
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on May 29, 2020, 07:45:32 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
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nice what kind of dye
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I just grabbed some Rit as Iím fairly new to dying stuff and it seemed easy enough to use
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Just get those powder boxes of rit dye and some rit color stay dye fixitive to prevent bleeding and fading. The bottles work too but I've heard anecdotally that the powder is better.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL6NFLL8NI0&t=53s
Just follow these instructions, though I'd recommend you leave it in for at least 30 mins, probably closer to an hour if you have the patience just to get it to really soak in. The final colour will be a lot lighter after soaking and your initial wash and then the pants finally drying.

It'll be easier to get it to black as opposed to the perfect shade of navy. But in my experience (with another pair of much thicker pants) its quite hard to get them pitch black, you can get very close though.

Awesome, thanks a lot for the tips and video, thatís super helpful! I got the dye and fixative a couple days ago so Iíll try it over the weekend!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Sila on May 30, 2020, 02:35:28 AM
Yo is everyone on their way to wearing Penny style baggy jeans all over again. Is this the cycle? I like loose fits but stuff like those Polar Big Boy Jeans are still a bit much for me. I like a fit that also doesn't look too rediculous off the board.
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Post by: Sk.A.T.A.N on May 30, 2020, 03:46:06 AM
Yo is everyone on their way to wearing Penny style baggy jeans all over again. Is this the cycle? I like loose fits but stuff like those Polar Big Boy Jeans are still a bit much for me. I like a fit that also doesn't look too rediculous off the board.

Iím with you. I once bought some bigboys from the web (they were like half the price) and even in my regular size I felt like I was wearing some JNCOís. Shit looked so ridiculous on me. I ended up selling them to a friend of mine that is not as skinny as me so they look fine on him.
Other friend of mine got some Polar 93ís the other day and those look like a much more reasonable fit to me. Might try to find a pair on sale.
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Post by: drunk guy on May 30, 2020, 07:06:56 AM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
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nice what kind of dye
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I just grabbed some Rit as Iím fairly new to dying stuff and it seemed easy enough to use
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Just get those powder boxes of rit dye and some rit color stay dye fixitive to prevent bleeding and fading. The bottles work too but I've heard anecdotally that the powder is better.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL6NFLL8NI0&t=53s
Just follow these instructions, though I'd recommend you leave it in for at least 30 mins, probably closer to an hour if you have the patience just to get it to really soak in. The final colour will be a lot lighter after soaking and your initial wash and then the pants finally drying.

It'll be easier to get it to black as opposed to the perfect shade of navy. But in my experience (with another pair of much thicker pants) its quite hard to get them pitch black, you can get very close though.
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Awesome, thanks a lot for the tips and video, thatís super helpful! I got the dye and fixative a couple days ago so Iíll try it over the weekend!
My girl friend and I got heavy into dying stuff during lockdown. Its really sick to take your old white tees and make them wearable again. Definitely inspires me to buy less
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on May 30, 2020, 07:33:16 AM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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I dyed the khaki ones into an army green ish and it worked out great, the green ish ones can probably be dyed black or navy or a dark green.
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Nice! For sure, I was going to dye them black but you got me thinking about Navy now. May give that a shot
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nice what kind of dye
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I just grabbed some Rit as Iím fairly new to dying stuff and it seemed easy enough to use
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Just get those powder boxes of rit dye and some rit color stay dye fixitive to prevent bleeding and fading. The bottles work too but I've heard anecdotally that the powder is better.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL6NFLL8NI0&t=53s
Just follow these instructions, though I'd recommend you leave it in for at least 30 mins, probably closer to an hour if you have the patience just to get it to really soak in. The final colour will be a lot lighter after soaking and your initial wash and then the pants finally drying.

It'll be easier to get it to black as opposed to the perfect shade of navy. But in my experience (with another pair of much thicker pants) its quite hard to get them pitch black, you can get very close though.
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Awesome, thanks a lot for the tips and video, thatís super helpful! I got the dye and fixative a couple days ago so Iíll try it over the weekend!
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My girl friend and I got heavy into dying stuff during lockdown. Its really sick to take your old white tees and make them wearable again. Definitely inspires me to buy less

Dang, thatís a good idea! Didnít even think of dying other clothing items. My only experience dying stuff was about ten years ago, dying some fabrics for martial arts belts I used to make
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: j....soy..... on May 31, 2020, 09:18:14 AM
man this beings me back to...I think 90? Where I found a rack of Girbauds at a discount store...$40 a pair.... I bought three pairs....and over the next year or so, bleached and rit dyed them.

Pretty sure the Girbauds were the prototype for a bunch of skate jeans, they had the little loop for the belt. 
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cookieboy on June 02, 2020, 07:51:34 AM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them

Actually saw your review that you left on the website! I'm planning to dye them myself. I went to go visit my friends at their parents place and the dad asked me if I just got done with my shift thinking that I was a nurse when he saw me wearing these pants haha!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Sundaynuggets on June 02, 2020, 11:06:48 AM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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Actually saw your review that you left on the website! I'm planning to dye them myself. I went to go visit my friends at their parents place and the dad asked me if I just got done with my shift thinking that I was a nurse when he saw me wearing these pants haha!

Haha exactly why Iím dying them. I have a green pair of the Polar surf pants and I always get the urge to do CPR when Iím wearing them 😂
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: WeenisVonHugeDick on June 02, 2020, 11:53:20 PM
These are or scrubs
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Post by: cookieboy on June 08, 2020, 07:47:17 PM
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Vans embarcadero pants are my current favorites (Polar surf pants close second) and are on sale at the moment. They do an extra 30% off if you are signed up for their email I think

https://www.vans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/VFSearchDisplay?storeId=10153&catalogId=10703&langId=-1&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&searchTerm=embarcadero+pant
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Good looks! ordered a pair and super digging the fit! I may just order another pair of these.I wish they had them in Navy.
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No problem! For sure, Navy would be awesome. I already had one pair of black from eBay and grabbed three pairs of green from this sale. The color isnít for me but I figured they were cheap and I donít think it will be too hard to dye them
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Actually saw your review that you left on the website! I'm planning to dye them myself. I went to go visit my friends at their parents place and the dad asked me if I just got done with my shift thinking that I was a nurse when he saw me wearing these pants haha!
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Haha exactly why Iím dying them. I have a green pair of the Polar surf pants and I always get the urge to do CPR when Iím wearing them 😂
Found some on sale in black and I ordered myself a pair.

https://www.mrporter.com/en-us/mens/product/vans/clothing/casual-trousers/embarcadero-cotton-drawstring-trousers/17428787259523782
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on June 12, 2020, 12:38:54 PM
I thrifted some Levi's 550s, and they doesnt seem to have that ugly rear pocket spacing. Only newer 550's have that ugly rear pockets?
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Post by: shawngreg on June 17, 2020, 01:40:18 PM
for my bros who own Polar pants, can you let me know which models are the slimmest to baggiest?  like is 93>90>surf pant>big boys?

also are any of their pants lightweight?
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Post by: tzhangdox on June 17, 2020, 02:24:01 PM
for my bros who own Polar pants, can you let me know which models are the slimmest to baggiest?  like is 93>90>surf pant>big boys?

also are any of their pants lightweight?

surf pants are super lightweight. Their canvas pants options Im sure are pretty light too.

Slimmest to baggiest out of those options:
90s, 93s/surf pants, big boys.

Surf pants vs 93s depends on what size you get specifically, they fit a bit different. Surf pants have a lot of thigh room but taper a good amount down at the leg opening, 93s taper too but it looks straighter. They have size charts on their site if you want to compare the details.
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Post by: shawngreg on June 17, 2020, 02:32:28 PM
thanks alot man
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Post by: Vintagebody on June 17, 2020, 10:30:08 PM
Polar's size chart is very legit too. Compared to many other brands who's sizes are all over the place
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Post by: jerrygurneyscream on June 18, 2020, 07:30:10 AM
also worth noting on the polar pants, In my experience the light wash version of each jean is slightly bigger then the other colors. Not sure why this is but Ive had 2 pairs of light wash big boys and one pair of 93 and compared to other colors of their respective jeans they all fit noticably bigger
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on June 26, 2020, 01:32:43 PM
I ordered a pair of Surf Cords. Size XL, it says 42cm waist, which is rather narrow for XL?
Oh well... Perfect for me :D Even Polar 32 is a little too big for me in the waist.
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on June 26, 2020, 02:17:26 PM
any short people out there wearing polar pants? what are the inseam lengths like? i'm 5'7 for reference
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Post by: cold budweisers on June 26, 2020, 03:59:15 PM
any short people out there wearing polar pants? what are the inseam lengths like? i'm 5'7 for reference
they have size charts for everything on the site
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Post by: KushBush on June 26, 2020, 04:59:24 PM
any short people out there wearing polar pants? what are the inseam lengths like? i'm 5'7 for reference

I wear size S surf pants and I donít need to cuff them. For reference, I am 5í8 and a 30Ē inseam is too long so I usually need to hem. But, polar luckily has short inseams.
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Post by: tyshoes on June 26, 2020, 05:15:12 PM
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I wear size S surf pants and I donít need to cuff them. For reference, I am 5í8 and a 30Ē inseam is too long so I usually need to hem. But, polar luckily has short inseams.

Aside from cuffing which I do with my polar surfpants. Drycleaners will seam your pants for $10
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on June 26, 2020, 06:50:19 PM
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I wear size S surf pants and I donít need to cuff them. For reference, I am 5í8 and a 30Ē inseam is too long so I usually need to hem. But, polar luckily has short inseams.
Dope. How do they fit on you w no cuff? Bunched up a little or what? I'm 5'7
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Post by: KushBush on June 26, 2020, 07:05:53 PM
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I wear size S surf pants and I donít need to cuff them. For reference, I am 5í8 and a 30Ē inseam is too long so I usually need to hem. But, polar luckily has short inseams.
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Dope. How do they fit on you w no cuff? Bunched up a little or what? I'm 5'7

They donít bunch up for me, I believe the inseam is 27Ē for a Small.
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Post by: lem on June 26, 2020, 07:06:44 PM
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polar luckily has short inseams.
no they don't. I'm 5'7  and i have surf pants and big boy pants and two cuffs is absolutely necessary.
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Post by: Fernandito on June 27, 2020, 04:35:46 AM
Iím a 32x32 - am I SOL if I want a regular, non-cropped fit in cord surf pants? Whatís the inseam on larges like?
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Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on June 27, 2020, 05:05:09 AM
Have we talked about theories cargos yet? Are they good?
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on June 27, 2020, 05:22:39 AM
Have we talked about theories cargos yet? Are they good?

Pretty sure it was confirmed that they're rebranded Rothcos.
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Post by: Live Fast Johnny on June 27, 2020, 06:13:15 AM
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Pretty sure it was confirmed that they're rebranded Rothcos.

They teased some new cargoes in their IG story in the last day or so that looked kind of interesting.  Supposed to be online and in shops next week.
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Post by: Weezil on June 27, 2020, 08:02:55 AM
Iím a 32x32 - am I SOL if I want a regular, non-cropped fit in cord surf pants? Whatís the inseam on larges like?
Iím 5Ē10 and wear 32x32 pants, larges fit me pretty perfect. Mediums are a tad short, but not too short.
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Post by: Crap on June 28, 2020, 03:15:35 PM
Iím a 32x32 - am I SOL if I want a regular, non-cropped fit in cord surf pants? Whatís the inseam on larges like?

Their size chart says 30 inseam for size L, but the inseam measurement starts at the crotch, and the cut of them is pretty high-waisted, so it would depend on how you wear them. They'll only actually fit like a 30 inseam if you pull them up near your belly button. I have them in XL, and would say they fit a little longer than the chart says because of the long rise (the distance from the waistband to the crotch). You should be fine in the L's unless you plan to wear them pulled up pretty high.
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Post by: Vintagebody on June 28, 2020, 11:09:27 PM
Inseam + Crotch = Pants length, roughly.
So a size L Surf pants is 31" in length
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Post by: pizzafliptofakie on June 29, 2020, 05:08:49 AM
I thrifted some Levi's 550s, and they doesnt seem to have that ugly rear pocket spacing. Only newer 550's have that ugly rear pockets?

Not sure what you mean by that but I got a new pair of 550's recently and they look pretty normal?
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Post by: Nth syd bear on July 02, 2020, 08:57:37 AM
Anyone got a pair of those "x-large 91 pant" ..  they look good just don't trust the sizing
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Post by: Sila on July 02, 2020, 09:46:35 AM
Anyone got a pair of those "x-large 91 pant" ..  they look good just don't trust the sizing

 The fit looks weird to me, wide enough but too cropped for my liking.
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Post by: l1ll1ll1 on July 02, 2020, 11:47:43 AM
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also are any of their pants lightweight?
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surf pants are super lightweight. Their canvas pants options Im sure are pretty light too.

Slimmest to baggiest out of those options:
90s, 93s/surf pants, big boys.

Surf pants vs 93s depends on what size you get specifically, they fit a bit different. Surf pants have a lot of thigh room but taper a good amount down at the leg opening, 93s taper too but it looks straighter. They have size charts on their site if you want to compare the details.

Wait, I got two pairs of surf pants and just got my first pair of 93s (love ALL of them to death) and thought the 90s would be baggier than 93?
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Post by: tzhangdox on July 02, 2020, 12:03:58 PM
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also are any of their pants lightweight?
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surf pants are super lightweight. Their canvas pants options Im sure are pretty light too.

Slimmest to baggiest out of those options:
90s, 93s/surf pants, big boys.

Surf pants vs 93s depends on what size you get specifically, they fit a bit different. Surf pants have a lot of thigh room but taper a good amount down at the leg opening, 93s taper too but it looks straighter. They have size charts on their site if you want to compare the details.
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Wait, I got two pairs of surf pants and just got my first pair of 93s (love ALL of them to death) and thought the 90s would be baggier than 93?

Most definitely not, 93s are definitely much baggier than 90s. Unless the fit has drastically changed in the last few seasons which I doubt it has.
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Post by: l1ll1ll1 on July 02, 2020, 12:06:14 PM
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also are any of their pants lightweight?
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surf pants are super lightweight. Their canvas pants options Im sure are pretty light too.

Slimmest to baggiest out of those options:
90s, 93s/surf pants, big boys.

Surf pants vs 93s depends on what size you get specifically, they fit a bit different. Surf pants have a lot of thigh room but taper a good amount down at the leg opening, 93s taper too but it looks straighter. They have size charts on their site if you want to compare the details.
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Wait, I got two pairs of surf pants and just got my first pair of 93s (love ALL of them to death) and thought the 90s would be baggier than 93?
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Most definitely not, 93s are definitely much baggier than 90s. Unless the fit has drastically changed in the last few seasons which I doubt it has.

Ok, thanks a ton for that, I totally got it wrong then.
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Post by: Nth syd bear on July 02, 2020, 03:17:05 PM
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 The fit looks weird to me, wide enough but too cropped for my liking.

Cheers ..  I'm not into showing off my socks so might be a pass
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Post by: jay_nev on July 02, 2020, 07:42:33 PM
https://www.instagram.com/p/CCJEpHbld7T/

getcha polar pants hea
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Post by: IanBZHD on July 02, 2020, 09:20:52 PM
Damn it, you guys got me to pull the trigger on the Cord Surf Pants.
I better not regret it, they're too damn expensive!
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Post by: Vintagebody on July 02, 2020, 10:22:50 PM
I got a pair of Surf Cords in dark navy. Most comfy pants for sure! However, I do have some worries about durability. I did take a slam without getting a hole, but cords tends to easly become bad looking.
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Post by: YungJugg on July 02, 2020, 10:57:24 PM
^ Iím definitely curious on the durability. I rip my lightweight pants pretty consistently, heel flips and falling do a number.

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Loving the Polar 90ís Chino.
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That instagram https://www.instagram.com/whatpantsarethose/ (https://www.instagram.com/whatpantsarethose/) has been posting these quite a bit.  How did you size yours?

I sized up in my waist for extra bag and I just wear a belt.
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Post by: Live Fast Johnny on July 03, 2020, 06:59:25 AM
How are the Polar 40's?  They look a little more subtle to me but it's hard to tell from the pictures.
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Post by: Live Fast Johnny on July 08, 2020, 05:27:01 AM
New Theories charcoal lounge pants look pretty good.

(https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1798/2671/products/IMG_0051_1080x.jpg?v=1574116992)

https://www.theoriesofatlantis.com/collections/theories/products/theories-stamp-lounge-pant-charcoal

Never had elastic waistband before.  May need to try these.
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Post by: Andmoreagain on July 09, 2020, 12:19:09 PM
Or you could just get chef pants
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Post by: Juanjo789 on July 10, 2020, 10:15:45 PM
I get 36 dickies double knee ( im a 34) and just cut them, I get them for cheap so I buy 2 pants at a time and they last. If I buy regular fit I get 40 and cut them also, they feel tighter than loose 36
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Post by: Youoverthere on July 10, 2020, 10:28:28 PM
Or you could just get chef pants
Or scrubs. Thereís like dozens of colors, levels of durability, and way more affordable than any skate brand.
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Post by: Sila on July 11, 2020, 12:18:19 AM
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Or scrubs. Thereís like dozens of colors, levels of durability, and way more affordable than any skate brand.
Also, pants that are used for martial arts, will need some tailoring but will definitely do the job.
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on July 11, 2020, 12:09:39 PM
anyone have these? are they actually loose? i'm a little skeptical of vans relaxed fit

https://www.vans.com/shop/v96-relaxed-rowan-zorilla-denim-black#hero=5
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Post by: sadnocomply on July 11, 2020, 10:58:18 PM
anyone have these? are they actually loose? i'm a little skeptical of vans relaxed fit

https://www.vans.com/shop/v96-relaxed-rowan-zorilla-denim-black#hero=5
you can def find em cheaper than $70 Iíll tell you that much
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on July 12, 2020, 09:03:38 AM
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anyone have these? are they actually loose? i'm a little skeptical of vans relaxed fit

https://www.vans.com/shop/v96-relaxed-rowan-zorilla-denim-black#hero=5
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you can def find em cheaper than $70 Iíll tell you that much
ight but i don't see you saying anything about people buying polar pants for $100+
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Post by: IanBZHD on July 12, 2020, 09:27:37 AM
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anyone have these? are they actually loose? i'm a little skeptical of vans relaxed fit

https://www.vans.com/shop/v96-relaxed-rowan-zorilla-denim-black#hero=5
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you can def find em cheaper than $70 Iíll tell you that much
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ight but i don't see you saying anything about people buying polar pants for $100+
Polar stuff is made to a higher quality and aren't made in China. My surf pants are from Poland.
Those vans pants look like raver 90's pants and are probably made in Taiwan.
If you like them just get them if you have money, although I've had issues with Vans pants being too slim in the past.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: vz3592 on July 19, 2020, 02:03:47 AM
Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
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Post by: Lukabrazi on July 19, 2020, 07:31:22 AM
New Theories charcoal lounge pants look pretty good.

(https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1798/2671/products/IMG_0051_1080x.jpg?v=1574116992)

https://www.theoriesofatlantis.com/collections/theories/products/theories-stamp-lounge-pant-charcoal

Never had elastic waistband before.  May need to try these.

I have these , they run pretty small. Typically wear small in Polar Surf pants, needed a medium in these
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Post by: Slugboi22 on July 19, 2020, 01:59:19 PM
Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
Thicker material than dickies, do not as breathable but in my opinion they are more durable than 874s. So they pretty good imo
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Post by: vz3592 on July 19, 2020, 02:07:40 PM
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Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
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Thicker material than dickies, do not as breathable but in my opinion they are more durable than 874s. So they pretty good imo

Does that also apply to the Ben Davis carpenter denim pants?
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Post by: Slugboi22 on July 19, 2020, 04:19:40 PM
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Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
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Thicker material than dickies, do not as breathable but in my opinion they are more durable than 874s. So they pretty good imo
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Does that also apply to the Ben Davis carpenter denim pants?
the denim is a nice sturdy quality. canít speak for the dickies carpenter jeans
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Post by: vz3592 on July 19, 2020, 04:49:05 PM
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Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
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Thicker material than dickies, do not as breathable but in my opinion they are more durable than 874s. So they pretty good imo
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Does that also apply to the Ben Davis carpenter denim pants?
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the denim is a nice sturdy quality. canít speak for the dickies carpenter jeans

Thank you! What skate pants do you usually wear if not Ben Davis ;D
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Post by: jay_nev on July 19, 2020, 07:28:57 PM
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Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
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Thicker material than dickies, do not as breathable but in my opinion they are more durable than 874s. So they pretty good imo
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Does that also apply to the Ben Davis carpenter denim pants?
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the denim is a nice sturdy quality. canít speak for the dickies carpenter jeans
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Thank you! What skate pants do you usually wear if not Ben Davis ;D
Are you Ben Davis? Do you work for Ben Davis? Why the fuck every post are you asking about them, specifically, and calling them out? Upping google search algorithm or some sgut
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Post by: vz3592 on July 19, 2020, 10:16:12 PM
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Has noone mentioned Ben Davis?

What do you guys think about it if you guys skated in them? Were the pants breathable? How durable was it? Thanks
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Thicker material than dickies, do not as breathable but in my opinion they are more durable than 874s. So they pretty good imo
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Does that also apply to the Ben Davis carpenter denim pants?
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the denim is a nice sturdy quality. canít speak for the dickies carpenter jeans
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Thank you! What skate pants do you usually wear if not Ben Davis ;D
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Are you Ben Davis? Do you work for Ben Davis? Why the fuck every post are you asking about them, specifically, and calling them out? Upping google search algorithm or some sgut

Unlike half of the people on here, I am on a budget. I don't have the opportunity to try every goddamn pants and buy them. So how about you shut your ass and let me speak.
Do you think I would be happy if the pants I bought were ripped in a few days? Ya that's what I thought.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: GBLange on July 19, 2020, 10:22:47 PM
thrift shop hunting for baggy pants..as long as it's comfortable and skateable..
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Post by: cucktard on July 19, 2020, 10:40:30 PM
thrift shop hunting for baggy pants..as long as it's comfortable and skateable..
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Post by: Roald Dahnkle on July 20, 2020, 08:26:50 AM
If you're in the UK these chef pants are only £35 and have a similar vibe to Polar's surf pants.


https://www.instagram.com/p/CCoHjnWHYsc/
https://www.instagram.com/p/CCbo_KDl5XR/
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Post by: Junglist on July 20, 2020, 09:01:00 AM
At this point he might as well post in every thread and just splash in a ben Davis mention
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Post by: YungJugg on July 20, 2020, 09:39:25 AM
But has anyone tried the BEN DAVISô pants?
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Post by: Slugboi22 on July 20, 2020, 11:38:44 AM
But has anyone tried the BEN DAVISô pants?
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Post by: Sila on July 20, 2020, 07:43:02 PM
I prefer Den Bavis bootleg pants myself.
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Post by: primitive_rage on July 20, 2020, 08:52:47 PM
polar surf pants
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Post by: chappers on July 23, 2020, 03:10:22 PM
If you're in the UK these chef pants are only £35 and have a similar vibe to Polar's surf pants.


https://www.instagram.com/p/CCoHjnWHYsc/
https://www.instagram.com/p/CCbo_KDl5XR/

pulled the trigger on these, will report back. they also ship wordwide if yall dig
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Post by: YungJugg on July 23, 2020, 03:35:08 PM
I know Iím about 30 years late, but

SilverTabs >
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Post by: imposter on July 23, 2020, 04:34:55 PM
Dickies carpenter jeans
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Post by: Sundaynuggets on July 23, 2020, 04:54:08 PM
Dickies carpenter jeans
Yesss, super durable too
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Post by: Ok on July 23, 2020, 05:57:23 PM
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If you're in the UK these chef pants are only £35 and have a similar vibe to Polar's surf pants.


https://www.instagram.com/p/CCoHjnWHYsc/
https://www.instagram.com/p/CCbo_KDl5XR/
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pulled the trigger on these, will report back. they also ship wordwide if yall dig


Chefs pants kinda seem like the move. Obviously checks is a statement.
Interested in your findings
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: ldmch11 on July 23, 2020, 07:08:45 PM
Big fan of how the surf pants fit. Definitely my go-tos in the summer, but I wish they were a just a little bit thicker.
Uniqlo U puts out dope pants as well. Last two pairs of jeans I got from the U line are on point.
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Post by: Roald Dahnkle on July 24, 2020, 12:14:13 AM
Big fan of how the surf pants fit. Definitely my go-tos in the summer, but I wish they were a just a little bit thicker.
Uniqlo U puts out dope pants as well. Last two pairs of jeans I got from the U line are on point.

I am surprised I don't see more people skating in Uniqlo U pants/jeans, it the cheat code. I've got a super thick pair of work pants and then a pair that are a work pant silhouette but are jersey/sweat pants material that are super comfy.
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Post by: S. on July 24, 2020, 02:55:18 AM
I ordered these:

https://www.amazon.de/Amazon-Essentials-Straight-Fit-Stretch-Pants/dp/B07HJ2PPDD/ref=sr_1_22_sspa?__mk_de_DE=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&crid=1AZMLZF3BTFKC&dchild=1&keywords=golf%2Bpants%2Bmen&qid=1588340150&sprefix=golf%2Bpants%2Caps%2C218&sr=8-22-spons&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyTEowMkZJV0pNMzZLJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjMyMjUzM0hHT0haQlBGV1VFQyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwMDk5MTUxMlhDQTYxWFlZOEhFNiZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX210ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU&th=1&psc=1

they are wide and they stretch, they kind of look like the wide dickies. The do seem pretty thin, though. Let's see what happens when I first bail in them.

They turned out to be pretty good quality. I am still skating them and so far there's not a single hole in them.
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Post by: l1ll1ll1 on July 24, 2020, 07:23:55 AM
Big fan of how the surf pants fit. Definitely my go-tos in the summer, but I wish they were a just a little bit thicker.
Uniqlo U puts out dope pants as well. Last two pairs of jeans I got from the U line are on point.

Get the surf pants in cord. Got my first pair last week, they are the same fit as all my normal surf pants, just thicker material. So looking forward to the first cold weather session in these + a hoodie.
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Post by: Sk.A.T.A.N on July 24, 2020, 08:28:07 AM
Been on the hunt for some good baggy jeans to skate other than Polar.

I got some Leviís skate Baggy jeans last week. https://www.skatedeluxe.com/en/levi-s-skate-baggy-jeans-jackson_p131905 Bought my TTS and although they are cool, I feel like they could live with a bit more space at the waist. They also feel quite thick and not that flexible (they do say it has spandex, but not super noticeable), I think itís mainly because they put double layered back pockets in the skate range pants, makes them really stiff.

Yesterday went to my local and ended up getting some Carhartt Simple pants and the first impressions are really positive. https://www.skatedeluxe.com/en/carhartt-wip-simple-pant-norco-jeans-blue-worn-bleached_p125974 They are wide, not too thick, and have a high rise waist that gives it a more generous range of movement. Looking forward to wear them out but Iíve been on shorts life for the last 2 weeks or so. Too hot for pants.
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Post by: chappers on July 27, 2020, 09:39:30 AM
Went with three pairs, black, white and grey.

Quality - lightweight material, quite thin. not the best but for £35 itís as good as expected. Made in pakistan. The stitching was a little hit or miss. On one pair there were obvious mistakes where the stitching was undid and redone. The biggest bummer was on the grey pair (the only ones I opened) there was some markings , one that looked like residue from a sticker, the other was a faint logo looking imprint up and down both legs which ive tried to show in the pics.

Sizing - Im heavy. 230, 5í10. Size XL (the biggest they do) is 34-36. These did not fit me at all. If I even gently bent over I would have torn these in two. With that said, thats a me problem not a them problem. I would not buy these if you are over a 34.

Ive sent these back for a refund now but if I wasnt so thicc & they fit me Iíd he hyped on them honestly.

(https://i.ibb.co/GMvH72C/64-DEFE3-D-EE71-482-E-A5-F8-58488-D66533-C.jpg)

(https://i.ibb.co/2ZbmRLp/F7-EF7222-D644-4289-9-DE1-38-C839-AC536-B.jpg)

(https://i.ibb.co/cbcqTXd/2-D8-DFC68-79-A1-4-B01-AB28-22157544-C435.jpg)
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Post by: off on July 27, 2020, 12:21:26 PM
Went with three pairs, black, white and grey.

Quality - lightweight material, quite thin. not the best but for £35 itís as good as expected. Made in pakistan. The stitching was a little hit or miss. On one pair there were obvious mistakes where the stitching was undid and redone. The biggest bummer was on the grey pair (the only ones I opened) there was some markings , one that looked like residue from a sticker, the other was a faint logo looking imprint up and down both legs which ive tried to show in the pics.

Sizing - Im heavy. 230, 5í10. Size XL (the biggest they do) is 34-36. These did not fit me at all. If I even gently bent over I would have torn these in two. With that said, thats a me problem not a them problem. I would not buy these if you are over a 34.

Ive sent these back for a refund now but if I wasnt so thicc & they fit me Iíd he hyped on them honestly.

(https://i.ibb.co/GMvH72C/64-DEFE3-D-EE71-482-E-A5-F8-58488-D66533-C.jpg)

(https://i.ibb.co/2ZbmRLp/F7-EF7222-D644-4289-9-DE1-38-C839-AC536-B.jpg)

(https://i.ibb.co/cbcqTXd/2-D8-DFC68-79-A1-4-B01-AB28-22157544-C435.jpg)
is there inseam/crotch area reinforced or double stitched? thats my biggest need in a skate pant
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Post by: Fat Tire on July 27, 2020, 03:16:02 PM
Whoever was shilling the Ben Davis pants probably turned off the thread to them but they're my favorite pants to skate in when weather permits.

Too thick for summer wear in most places though.
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on July 30, 2020, 07:09:55 AM
Anyone able to recommend pants similar in fit and material to the Levi's Skate work pants?
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Post by: imposter on August 11, 2020, 01:51:32 PM
Dickies 873s
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Post by: Live Fast Johnny on August 15, 2020, 06:37:36 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EfZLQwXWkAAqpxT?format=jpg&name=small)

Philly Santosuosso doing a denim colab with Butter Goods.  The cargoes they did were great and seriously baggy.  Interested to see how these come out.

Some good stuff from his timeline on these.

https://twitter.com/wavytrillbaby/status/1293976030605119488?s=20

https://twitter.com/wavytrillbaby/status/1294304722044817409?s=20
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Post by: Junglist on August 15, 2020, 12:52:09 PM
gross. this is one step away from jnco territory
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Post by: tzhangdox on August 15, 2020, 12:57:30 PM
new rule if you can take your pants off without taking your shoes off, they too baggy.
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Post by: Sila on August 15, 2020, 01:21:06 PM
That's not it.
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Post by: HumBoogie on August 18, 2020, 04:37:16 PM
Dickie's loose fit cargo pants are dope.
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Post by: Brad Breath on August 18, 2020, 06:13:34 PM
Izod relaxed fit are just baggy enough.  I work in them and then go skate in them.
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Post by: GAY on August 18, 2020, 06:27:07 PM
I like my pants like I like my men: loose with shredded bottoms and shoestrings holding them together.
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Post by: burn_to_live on August 18, 2020, 11:33:32 PM
Anchor Blue "BAGGY" Jeans are the move.
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Post by: Hyliannightmare on August 19, 2020, 04:15:09 AM
gross. this is one step away from jnco territory

And we will have come back full circle. I crack up at the kids in the parks with these big pants looking like fubu Jnco in the 90s
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Post by: pizzafliptofakie on August 19, 2020, 06:39:55 AM
I've loosened my fits in recent years and like it, but yeah, I feel like a lot of people are gonna be embarrassed of themselves in a year or two.
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Post by: camel filters on August 19, 2020, 07:07:54 AM
https://www.hufworldwide.com/huf_en_us/boyd-pant-pt00161?color=olive
Anyone tried the huf boyd pants?
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Post by: Vintagebody on August 19, 2020, 07:09:08 AM
501 fit, with slight taper, will always look good. Its just facts. Skinny, or even slim, doesnt look good on everyone.
I've gone baggier aswell, tho only Polar '93 and surf pants. 100% more comfy to skate with then slim jeans, which I used to skate.
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Post by: jay_nev on August 19, 2020, 07:34:36 AM
Dickie's loose fit cargo pants are dope.
aren't they really big around the ankle opening?
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Post by: Freelancevagrant on August 19, 2020, 08:28:20 AM
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aren't they really big around the ankle opening?

Nah, they don't look bootcut or anything.

But, I have a long torso and short legs so I always cuff my mine and it works out well and looks good enough.

Sidenote I got 12 pairs of work pants at my job a few months ago (through cintas) and they are the best pants I've ever skated in, hella breathable material look like Dickies cargos but breath so much better and wick moisture so you don't have hella swamp ass post session.

Fixing to quit this job today but keeping these God damn pants.
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Post by: Kastel TM on August 19, 2020, 10:03:08 AM
can anyone speak on recent polar 93 denim fit? I dont want big boys but levi 550 aint cutting it
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Post by: ballintoohard on August 19, 2020, 10:35:37 AM
They fit a lot like 550 with more of a taper- more thigh room and smaller leg opening.
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Post by: Junglist on August 19, 2020, 11:49:24 AM
straight up how do I get that Hamilton Harris look from Mixtape
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Post by: ok boomer on August 19, 2020, 11:59:48 AM
When I go for my nostalgia fit, closest I can get is 550 but up a size or 2 on the waist
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Post by: imposter on August 19, 2020, 02:34:14 PM
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aren't they really big around the ankle opening?
yup  there ridiculous
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Post by: KushBush on August 19, 2020, 03:17:11 PM
can anyone speak on recent polar 93 denim fit? I dont want big boys but levi 550 aint cutting it

They fit like a 550 in 2 waist sizes up. But without the waist bunching up.
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Post by: fredgallSOTY on August 19, 2020, 04:02:02 PM
we need more 36 x 30 pants.

perfect baggy fit IMO.
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Post by: imposter on August 19, 2020, 06:21:28 PM
Bendavis gorllia cut
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Post by: mex.ceferino on August 21, 2020, 03:44:31 PM
https://www.hufworldwide.com/huf_en_us/boyd-pant-pt00161?color=olive
Anyone tried the huf boyd pants?
Same. Anyone?

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I just checked them out @hufworldwideskate with dick rizzo and caleb mcneely wearing them. Looking nice might cop
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Post by: FirstBlood82 on August 29, 2020, 03:49:25 AM
routeone has some nice baggy pants with stretch and its 2 for 50£


https://www.routeone.co.uk/clothing/jeans/route-one-baggy-denim-jeans-mid-wash.htm

(https://routeone.images.blucommerce.com/routeone/product/00103/001031873.jpg?auto=format%2Ccompress&bluhash=2da7e188d9ea1c1d3de8c82e621d3215&w=1000&h=1280&fit=max&s=f37a389d5c52ef3566073bbc63a08dd6)
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Post by: HumBoogie on September 01, 2020, 09:27:48 PM
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aren't they really big around the ankle opening?
They aren't that bad. If you aren't wearing skinny ass shoes they look alot better.
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Post by: HumBoogie on September 01, 2020, 09:30:13 PM
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Nah, they don't look bootcut or anything.

But, I have a long torso and short legs so I always cuff my mine and it works out well and looks good enough.

Sidenote I got 12 pairs of work pants at my job a few months ago (through cintas) and they are the best pants I've ever skated in, hella breathable material look like Dickies cargos but breath so much better and wick moisture so you don't have hella swamp ass post session.

Fixing to quit this job today but keeping these God damn pants.
I remember when I was 15 my dad worked at a factory and got a bunch of those pants in dark grey. I would always steal them and wear them to skate in. They are better than Dickie's imo.
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Post by: dipped on September 05, 2020, 08:43:25 AM
Anybody have recommendations for baggy jeans that arenĎt levis? Looking for some that fit similar to polar surf pants.
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Post by: ldmch11 on September 05, 2020, 10:40:30 AM
9.90
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-wide-fit-tapered-jeans-425818.html
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Post by: jay_nev on September 05, 2020, 08:30:22 PM
9.90
https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-wide-fit-tapered-jeans-425818.html
damn. Sold out? Link giving me nothing
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Post by: HugeBodBoyle on September 05, 2020, 08:55:43 PM
I actually tried the Ben Davis pants. Ask me anything.
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Post by: ldmch11 on September 05, 2020, 09:55:30 PM
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damn. Sold out? Link giving me nothing
looks like it unfortunately. when i looked it said they had low stock of sizes 29-32.
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Post by: Vintagebody on September 11, 2020, 05:46:21 AM
Anyone tried the Levis skateboarding baggy 5 pocket, or Highland chinos/cords?
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Post by: pizzafliptofakie on September 11, 2020, 05:53:36 AM
Anyone tried the Levis skateboarding baggy 5 pocket, or Highland chinos/cords?

They're not the same, but I recently found a pair of their pleated denim chino they did awhile ago and they feel really great. If the denim on the baggy 5 pockets feel at all similar than they're a great pair of pants.

(https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1195/8136/products/Welcome_Skate_Store_Levi_s_Skateboarding_Collection_Skate_Pleated_Trouser_Indigo_Warp_Rinse_2_1024x1024.png?v=1571610364)
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Post by: ldmch11 on September 11, 2020, 11:19:43 AM
Anyone tried the Levis skateboarding baggy 5 pocket, or Highland chinos/cords?
I have a pair of the baggy 5 pocket jeans. The material is pretty heavyweight, so I only break them out during the winter. They fit kinda like surf pants without any taper at all below the knees, so the leg opening is wide. Got a 30 inseam but the pair I have feels a little shorter than my other pair of 30 inseam levis.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Frank on September 11, 2020, 02:49:47 PM
Anyone tried the Levis skateboarding baggy 5 pocket, or Highland chinos/cords?

highland cords look great, but i need some sort of review first on durability before i'd take the plunge for that price. i usually blow the ass out of my cords or they do this thing were they get transparent. but i saw these are even double kneed and the cord seems thick so they might be good for the winter.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: IanBZHD on September 11, 2020, 03:10:20 PM
Gonna throw out there I just got some Levis 541 Athletic fit denim.
They're tapered more than 550's, but the upper legs are looser for people with big butts and thighs.
For me, they're nice because they look baggier, but the leg opening is not as big so my pants never go over the tongue of my shoe minimizing the baggy raver effect.

I usually go 32's, but got 34's and think you should at least size up a bit to account for the tapered legs if you're going for baggy.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: kike on September 11, 2020, 03:31:01 PM
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Anyone tried the Levis skateboarding baggy 5 pocket, or Highland chinos/cords?
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highland cords look great, but i need some sort of review first on durability before i'd take the plunge for that price. i usually blow the ass out of my cords or they do this thing were they get transparent. but i saw these are even double kneed and the cord seems thick so they might be good for the winter.

I cannot talk about the cords but I have a pair of the carpenter and 2 work pants, both of the skate line and they are great durability speaking. Also both on the heavier side. I would give cords a try, look on eBay, I used to see them around 20 bucks.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Lukabrazi on September 11, 2020, 03:34:39 PM
they don't make them anymore, but if you can find a a pair of the polar chino's , they were an inbetween of the polar bigboys and 93's for anyone looking for something like that.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Frank on September 11, 2020, 03:35:32 PM
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Anyone tried the Levis skateboarding baggy 5 pocket, or Highland chinos/cords?
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highland cords look great, but i need some sort of review first on durability before i'd take the plunge for that price. i usually blow the ass out of my cords or they do this thing were they get transparent. but i saw these are even double kneed and the cord seems thick so they might be good for the winter.
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I cannot talk about the cords but I have a pair of the carpenter and 2 work pants, both of the skate line and they are great durability speaking. Also both on the heavier side. I would give cords a try, look on eBay, I used to see them around 20 bucks.

yeah i bought a pair of their carpenters like two years ago when they were on a mad sale, they're really sturdy, i cut them down though into carpenter jorts. i probably wouldn't skate those pants anyways, so i might actually not blow them out this time. thinking more of these or some carhartts with flannel inside as winter pants. unless i stock up on thermal underwear.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: weon on September 11, 2020, 11:45:04 PM
looking for lightweight, tapered, loose fit pants. something a la polar surf pants I guess. I have some slim taper dickies I like but they’re a lil hot and don’t stretch for big meals. any rec’s?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: pizzafliptofakie on September 12, 2020, 06:14:02 AM
Gonna throw out there I just got some Levis 541 Athletic fit denim.
They're tapered more than 550's, but the upper legs are looser for people with big butts and thighs.
For me, they're nice because they look baggier, but the leg opening is not as big so my pants never go over the tongue of my shoe minimizing the baggy raver effect.

I usually go 32's, but got 34's and think you should at least size up a bit to account for the tapered legs if you're going for baggy.


I have a pair of 541s and really like them, but getting them true to size is definitely close to a slim straight fit. At least mine are. A lot of my Levi's are pretty inconsistent.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: j....soy..... on September 12, 2020, 07:30:36 AM
They now have some weird hemp baggy or loose fits but the denim looks weird.....it's funny how by the end of the 90's dudes were buying girls jeans to get them tight....I'm eyeballing girls jeans right now just wondering.....I'm guessing by the end of this year there will be more options.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on September 12, 2020, 07:59:56 AM
Atleast Levi's doesnt have this inner lining that Carhartt (atleast on some models) and Polar has.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: goingapelikenigo on September 13, 2020, 08:33:07 AM
Think I'm gonna try a pair of these
https://www.instagram.com/p/CFDDCyaCfGl/
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: skatesum609 on September 15, 2020, 11:10:51 AM
Just got these and wore em to work today. Nice thick denim and the fit is between baggy and relaxed fit
https://www.vans.com/shop/v96-relaxed-rowan-zorilla-denim-black
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Roald Dahnkle on September 15, 2020, 12:03:53 PM
New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

(https://i.imgur.com/D0rvHhk.jpg)
(https://i.imgur.com/nBtg6ZX.jpg)
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: j....soy..... on September 15, 2020, 06:51:02 PM
Gap had something similar.....I copped them....with the airiness...I'm always cool...but with the fabric in the summer....I'm always hot.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Clock3rs on September 17, 2020, 05:11:56 AM
New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

(https://i.imgur.com/D0rvHhk.jpg)
(https://i.imgur.com/nBtg6ZX.jpg)

ahhh. anybody lemme know how these are. might be a good, cheap alternative to other cordbaggys
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Digital Rasta on September 18, 2020, 09:19:45 AM
I've got some loose fit vintage pants up for grabs on eBay if anybody is interested.

(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/lEIAAOSwkSJfMIG-/s-l1600.jpg)
Ecko Unltd Baggy Fits in Raw Indigo with white stitching, 42w 32l

(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/QPcAAOSw3ZRfYsTj/s-l1600.jpg)
Levi's 502 in Olive Drab Stretch Denim, 40w x 32l


(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/6xIAAOSwNJNfRXBJ/s-l1600.jpg)
Rocawear Relaxed Fits in Jet Black denim, 38w 32l

(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/z8AAAOSwxUFfZAvJ/s-l1600.jpg)
Calvin Klein Loose Fits in Stonewashed Black with tan stitching, creased, 36w 30l




Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Ok on September 18, 2020, 09:40:57 AM
I've got some loose fit vintage pants up for grabs on eBay if anybody is interested.

(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/lEIAAOSwkSJfMIG-/s-l1600.jpg)
Ecko Unltd Baggy Fits in Raw Indigo with white stitching, 42w 32l

(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/QPcAAOSw3ZRfYsTj/s-l1600.jpg)
Levi's 502 in Olive Drab Stretch Denim, 40w x 32l


(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/6xIAAOSwNJNfRXBJ/s-l1600.jpg)
Rocawear Relaxed Fits in Jet Black denim, 38w 32l

(https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/z8AAAOSwxUFfZAvJ/s-l1600.jpg)
Calvin Klein Loose Fits in Stonewashed Black with tan stitching, creased, 36w 30l


Fuck your name checks out. So annoying. Fuck.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: off on September 18, 2020, 12:15:46 PM
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Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: concerned_parent on September 18, 2020, 04:59:26 PM
element cargo pants are the best
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cookieboy on September 18, 2020, 05:34:22 PM
element cargo pants are the best

Yeah! I got my first pair at a goodwill and they were my favorite pants. I don't know what happened to them. I think that I might of left them behind when I went to mexico.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Roald Dahnkle on September 19, 2020, 07:00:32 AM
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New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

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ahhh. anybody lemme know how these are. might be a good, cheap alternative to other cordbaggys

I got a dark gray pair. They feel really good quality, I like the workwear pocket details & theyíre pretty much big boy baggy, quite a bit bigger than Uniqloís previous ĎWide Fití pants.

(https://i.imgur.com/XBdyuLi.jpg)
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Clock3rs on September 19, 2020, 08:51:41 AM
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New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

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ahhh. anybody lemme know how these are. might be a good, cheap alternative to other cordbaggys
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I got a dark gray pair. They feel really good quality, I like the workwear pocket details & theyíre pretty much big boy baggy, quite a bit bigger than Uniqloís previous ĎWide Fití pants.

(https://i.imgur.com/XBdyuLi.jpg)

sick! looking good. any suggestions on sizing? 32 is a true 32? do I need to size em up to make them look baggy?

haven't had my hands on the big boy (yet) due to their price
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Roald Dahnkle on September 19, 2020, 09:53:46 AM
Iím a 32Ē waist and so are the pants, no need to size up for them to be baggy, unless you want even bigger! Theyíre quite high waisted, but it gives a bit of room to wear them higher or lower depending if you want them slouchy or not!

Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: El Fapinator on September 20, 2020, 08:50:58 PM
I'm 6'2" and I'm looking for something in particular that maybe you guys can source or know about. I'm looking for a pair of older cargo's olive green kinda heavy had a button fly circle patch around the premium area and had strings in the pockets I believe they were paratrooper pants albeit Vietnam era cargo's.

Now I don't mean to be a tissy Timmy not Stephen Lawyer cargo's not chopper brand cargo's neither. Like legit army cargo's I'll try to find a picture of the pants.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Mens-Pants-Cargo-Trousers-Surplus-Work-Casual-Combats-Army-Olive-XS-XXL-/301576431334
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Post by: Clock3rs on September 21, 2020, 12:57:16 AM
Iím a 32Ē waist and so are the pants, no need to size up for them to be baggy, unless you want even bigger! Theyíre quite high waisted, but it gives a bit of room to wear them higher or lower depending if you want them slouchy or not!

alright! thank you for the review. gonna check 'em out
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: CrimsonGhost on September 22, 2020, 05:55:11 PM
Was on a skinny/slim jeans kick for a long time but I just bought 3 pairs of loose Volcom jeans from like 06. Forgot how nice it was to walk or just lounge around and not have my nuts in a vice. Look way better with the eS Tribos I've been wearing too.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: YungJugg on September 22, 2020, 06:03:14 PM
Was on a skinny/slim jeans kick for a long time but I just bought 3 pairs of loose Volcom jeans from like 06. Forgot how nice it was to walk or just lounge around and not have my nuts in a vice. Look way better with the eS Tribos I've been wearing too.

Hows the Tribo been treating you? Hows the fit?
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Post by: Sila on September 22, 2020, 07:23:05 PM
People are really wearing curtains on their legs again. I like a flowy pant, but it looks damn silly on some of us.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Made In China on September 22, 2020, 08:15:59 PM
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New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

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ahhh. anybody lemme know how these are. might be a good, cheap alternative to other cordbaggys
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I got a dark gray pair. They feel really good quality, I like the workwear pocket details & theyíre pretty much big boy baggy, quite a bit bigger than Uniqloís previous ĎWide Fití pants.

(https://i.imgur.com/XBdyuLi.jpg)
I ordered a pair in this color too and I'm waiting for them to come in still. I typically buy a lot of Uniqlo U stuff and this pair is the stand out pants of this season. They're looking fresh with that fit.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: goingapelikenigo on September 22, 2020, 08:59:44 PM
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New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

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ahhh. anybody lemme know how these are. might be a good, cheap alternative to other cordbaggys
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I got a dark gray pair. They feel really good quality, I like the workwear pocket details & theyíre pretty much big boy baggy, quite a bit bigger than Uniqloís previous ĎWide Fití pants.

(https://i.imgur.com/XBdyuLi.jpg)

Looks very nice man, gonna try to get a pair when they get some over here.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Deekay on September 23, 2020, 07:07:41 AM
Think I'm gonna try a pair of these
[Magenta OG denim]

Damn, I got super psyched and immediately looked these up as pleated pants usually lay really well and they're made in Europe and all that.. I found some fit pictures tagged on Magenta's instagram and they're a lot baggier than I thought.

I'm looking for some pants that are more of a "balloon fit", if anyone has tips. Ideal would be something like what Al Davis wears in his Mother part at 1:40
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2ttWndaa-U 

(https://i.imgur.com/wrO4bXu.png)

Any recommendations besides Polar 93 denim?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: cucktard on September 23, 2020, 07:17:03 AM
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I'm 6'2" and I'm looking for something in particular that maybe you guys can source or know about. I'm looking for a pair of older cargo's olive green kinda heavy had a button fly circle patch around the premium area and had strings in the pockets I believe they were paratrooper pants albeit Vietnam era cargo's.

Now I don't mean to be a tissy Timmy not Stephen Lawyer cargo's not chopper brand cargo's neither. Like legit army cargo's I'll try to find a picture of the pants.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Mens-Pants-Cargo-Trousers-Surplus-Work-Casual-Combats-Army-Olive-XS-XXL-/301576431334
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Army Navy stores are the only places I can think of. I’ve had pairs of the originals, and of the current knock-offs, and the originals fabric is so much of a nicer quality and lasts much longer. It’s got a bit of a sheen to it, the replicas all pill.

Good luck.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Thomas on September 23, 2020, 07:42:22 AM
I really like those :

https://www.edwardsgarment.com/product/2575-007/BLENDED-CHINO-CARGO-PANT.html
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Grind King Rims on September 23, 2020, 08:46:00 AM
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New Uniqlo U stuff is out later this week and theyíve got some good looking wide cords.

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ahhh. anybody lemme know how these are. might be a good, cheap alternative to other cordbaggys
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I got a dark gray pair. They feel really good quality, I like the workwear pocket details & theyíre pretty much big boy baggy, quite a bit bigger than Uniqloís previous ĎWide Fití pants.

(https://i.imgur.com/XBdyuLi.jpg)


Damn, that's a nice fucking room.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: CrimsonGhost on September 23, 2020, 08:58:11 AM
This ad made me buy Volcom baggy jeans. Idk if these even were Volcom, I just assumed as that was his sponsor and the fit seemed the same in the mirror back in the day.

(https://photos1.blogger.com/img/216/8212/640/bamskateboard.jpg)
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jerrygurneyscream on September 23, 2020, 11:02:57 AM
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Think I'm gonna try a pair of these
[Magenta OG denim]
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Damn, I got super psyched and immediately looked these up as pleated pants usually lay really well and they're made in Europe and all that.. I found some fit pictures tagged on Magenta's instagram and they're a lot baggier than I thought.

I'm looking for some pants that are more of a "balloon fit", if anyone has tips. Ideal would be something like what Al Davis wears in his Mother part at 1:40
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2ttWndaa-U 

(https://i.imgur.com/wrO4bXu.png)

Any recommendations besides Polar 93 denim?

Ben davis or carhartt carpenter jeans Id even maybe size up on the waist a little
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: passtheish on September 23, 2020, 01:37:09 PM
what Ben Davis style is the baggiest? or the most lightweight?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: CrimsonGhost on September 23, 2020, 01:51:48 PM
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Was on a skinny/slim jeans kick for a long time but I just bought 3 pairs of loose Volcom jeans from like 06. Forgot how nice it was to walk or just lounge around and not have my nuts in a vice. Look way better with the eS Tribos I've been wearing too.
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Hows the Tribo been treating you? Hows the fit?

They're really nice, I went down a half size as some people had said they ran big but I wish I just went with my true size 10 instead, I think I'd love them even more had I done that. The tongue isn't as puffy as the accel og or the scheme they re-released, so that's a plus as well. Not a lot of board feel but honestly I prefer the puff and support. After so many vulcs and trying different brands, I think I'm just gonna stick with the eS re-releases for now on.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: BMCsteve on September 23, 2020, 03:38:31 PM
Tried to buy those Route One jeans but they wont ship to the US.  They look amazing though
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Deekay on September 24, 2020, 04:52:18 AM
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Think I'm gonna try a pair of these
[Magenta OG denim]
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Damn, I got super psyched and immediately looked these up as pleated pants usually lay really well and they're made in Europe and all that.. I found some fit pictures tagged on Magenta's instagram and they're a lot baggier than I thought.

I'm looking for some pants that are more of a "balloon fit", if anyone has tips. Ideal would be something like what Al Davis wears in his Mother part at 1:40
*Mother part link* 

*Al motherfuckin Davis*

Any recommendations besides Polar 93 denim?
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Ben davis or carhartt carpenter jeans Id even maybe size up on the waist a little

Thanks for the input! I don't really like the carpenter jeans look though, mostly looking for classic jeans-style.. I'll keep hunting
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on September 24, 2020, 05:43:29 AM
Balloon fit is kinda... difficult to find. Just look for a tapered jean, or get make a tailor taper them for you. Its not too expensive.
Carhartt Newel is the most balloon like pair I have, but they are not very baggy per say.
Argubly the safest & best fitting jean for most people.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: jerrygurneyscream on September 24, 2020, 08:01:17 AM
what Ben Davis style is the baggiest? or the most lightweight?

Baggiest is definitely gorilla fit, but the og fit is also pretty baggy. Id say theyre all pretty heavyweight though.

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Think I'm gonna try a pair of these
[Magenta OG denim]
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Damn, I got super psyched and immediately looked these up as pleated pants usually lay really well and they're made in Europe and all that.. I found some fit pictures tagged on Magenta's instagram and they're a lot baggier than I thought.

I'm looking for some pants that are more of a "balloon fit", if anyone has tips. Ideal would be something like what Al Davis wears in his Mother part at 1:40
*Mother part link* 

*Al motherfuckin Davis*

Any recommendations besides Polar 93 denim?
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Ben davis or carhartt carpenter jeans Id even maybe size up on the waist a little
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Thanks for the input! I don't really like the carpenter jeans look though, mostly looking for classic jeans-style.. I'll keep hunting

I know theyve been mentioned in here a lot of times but Levis silvertab baggy may be the best for that, Can usually find em pretty cheap on depop/ebay/poshmark etc. Id go with your true waist size on those as theyre already pretty baggy to begin with. Nice tapered fit though and definitely have the balloon fit look
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Deekay on September 24, 2020, 09:07:19 AM
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Baggiest is definitely gorilla fit, but the og fit is also pretty baggy. Id say theyre all pretty heavyweight though.

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Think I'm gonna try a pair of these
[Magenta OG denim]
[close]

Damn, I got super psyched and immediately looked these up as pleated pants usually lay really well and they're made in Europe and all that.. I found some fit pictures tagged on Magenta's instagram and they're a lot baggier than I thought.

I'm looking for some pants that are more of a "balloon fit", if anyone has tips. Ideal would be something like what Al Davis wears in his Mother part at 1:40
*Mother part link* 

*Al motherfuckin Davis*

Any recommendations besides Polar 93 denim?
[close]

Ben davis or carhartt carpenter jeans Id even maybe size up on the waist a little
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Thanks for the input! I don't really like the carpenter jeans look though, mostly looking for classic jeans-style.. I'll keep hunting
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I know theyve been mentioned in here a lot of times but Levis silvertab baggy may be the best for that, Can usually find em pretty cheap on depop/ebay/poshmark etc. Id go with your true waist size on those as theyre already pretty baggy to begin with. Nice tapered fit though and definitely have the balloon fit look

I'll be on the lookout, thanks a lot man!
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: ok boomer on September 24, 2020, 11:40:40 AM
Balloon fit is kinda... difficult to find. Just look for a tapered jean, or get make a tailor taper them for you. Its not too expensive.
Carhartt Newel is the most balloon like pair I have, but they are not very baggy per say.
Argubly the safest & best fitting jean for most people.

I had a bunch of Shorty's jeans at the end of the 90s and they were the best. Even the Birdhouse jeans fit good (see Reynolds in the End... that look). Levi's 550s kinda have it but not to the same degree
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Deekay on September 24, 2020, 01:34:39 PM
Balloon fit is kinda... difficult to find. Just look for a tapered jean, or get make a tailor taper them for you. Its not too expensive.
Carhartt Newel is the most balloon like pair I have, but they are not very baggy per say.
Argubly the safest & best fitting jean for most people.

I hear you, thanks.. It's hard, cause tapered pants are usually not that relaxed in the thighs so it just comes off as slim or "carrot fit". I'll keep lookin, I might get the carhartt double knees anyway..
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Thomas on September 25, 2020, 12:04:28 AM
Silvertabs are tapered if that might help.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tyshoes on September 25, 2020, 05:33:09 PM
Well I went in blind on these Levis engineered baggy tapered....and theyre odd. For fuction theyre perfect for skating as roomy where you need it and tapered so no drag, and theyre flexy as well and great strong material. But the seam in the middle of the sneakers twisting awkwardly, one back pocket, and overall fit seems off. I am a levis low loose guy, polar surfpants, older silvertabs. Maybe you may be and theyre on sale down from $100 to $48...but I just cant get used to that seam in the front

https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/apparel/clothing/bottoms/levis-engineered-jeans-570-baggy-taper-jeans/p/727770009
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on September 25, 2020, 06:51:48 PM
Well I went in blind on these Levis engineered baggy tapered....and theyre odd. For fuction theyre perfect for skating as roomy where you need it and tapered so no drag, and theyre flexy as well and great strong material. But the seam in the middle of the sneakers twisting awkwardly, one back pocket, and overall fit seems off. I am a levis low loose guy, polar surfpants, older silvertabs. Maybe you may be and theyre on sale down from $100 to $48...but I just cant get used to that seam in the front

https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/apparel/clothing/bottoms/levis-engineered-jeans-570-baggy-taper-jeans/p/727770009

Yeah I had those too, but in a much darker wash so I didn't notice the twisty seam until a few wears in. Was pretty hyped on the fit at first but then it started to bother me, probably didn't help that my pair was a bit on the short end for me too.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tyshoes on September 25, 2020, 07:25:36 PM
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Well I went in blind on these Levis engineered baggy tapered....and theyre odd. For fuction theyre perfect for skating as roomy where you need it and tapered so no drag, and theyre flexy as well and great strong material. But the seam in the middle of the sneakers twisting awkwardly, one back pocket, and overall fit seems off. I am a levis low loose guy, polar surfpants, older silvertabs. Maybe you may be and theyre on sale down from $100 to $48...but I just cant get used to that seam in the front

https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/apparel/clothing/bottoms/levis-engineered-jeans-570-baggy-taper-jeans/p/72. 7770009
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Yeah I had those too, but in a much darker wash so I didn't notice the twisty seam until a few wears in. Was pretty hyped on the fit at first but then it started to bother me, probably didn't help that my pair was a bit on the short end for me too.

Yeah. I have the dark dark blue wash ones too. The cuff, if you cuff, makes the seam very visible. Just looks weird with the cuff seam in the middle of my feet and theyre fine if you dont mind that, just a lil weird design and not my best looking jeans but the design is great for skating with the extra area on top, flex material and taper. I may just skate in these since I wore them for a few sessions.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Frank on September 26, 2020, 05:55:05 AM
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Balloon fit is kinda... difficult to find. Just look for a tapered jean, or get make a tailor taper them for you. Its not too expensive.
Carhartt Newel is the most balloon like pair I have, but they are not very baggy per say.
Argubly the safest & best fitting jean for most people.
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I hear you, thanks.. It's hard, cause tapered pants are usually not that relaxed in the thighs so it just comes off as slim or "carrot fit". I'll keep lookin, I might get the carhartt double knees anyway..

just saying, carhartt double knees are kind of wack to skate in imo. bought em for work mainly, but of course went skating with them to style on everyone. they look great, but unless they are 5 years old, they are too thick and stiff to skate in. maybe good for the winter. one thing that straight sucks is that the rivets will fuck your leg up when you slam.

ben davis gorilla cut is obnoxiously baggy, like raver-, i can't see my shoes, where the fuck are my feet?-baggy. seriously, i bought a pair on a whim because they were going for a tenner and i could barely see the tip of my shoes. cut em into shorts.

al davis skates carhartt carpenters for sure, the regular denim might be a bit softer than the duck material on the double knee pant. i'm talking workwear here, not w.i.p. forgot the double knee item no. (b-51?)
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Post by: alonelikeastone on September 26, 2020, 09:18:38 AM
I got some STANDARD ISSUE Slacker pants for work. SO comfortable... just wish they had back pockets. Maybe some belt loops.
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Post by: JamesFardy on September 26, 2020, 10:28:55 AM
Anyone know what Justin Henry is always wearing ?
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Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on September 26, 2020, 11:25:20 AM
Anyone know what Justin Henry is always wearing ?
First one on the list
http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2020/08/25/skate-pants-recommendations-pros-friends/
1. Vans Authentic Chino Glide
2. Quasi Fatigue Pants
3. Henry's Rounded Jean
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Post by: JamesFardy on September 26, 2020, 12:05:34 PM
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First one on the list
http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2020/08/25/skate-pants-recommendations-pros-friends/
1. Vans Authentic Chino Glide
2. Quasi Fatigue Pants
3. Henry's Rounded Jean
Well screw me thatís one hell of an answer.
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Post by: Fly_Hoenn on September 26, 2020, 12:52:59 PM
So has anyone tried the Huf Boyd's?? Would like to cop something from them and the pants are looking great
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Post by: Peepeeboy69 on September 27, 2020, 06:52:57 PM
got old navy loose fit pants 1 size up and they are pretty good
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Post by: No comply on September 27, 2020, 07:53:25 PM
How do the original 874s compare to the flex 874s as far as fit and quality? Dickies tend to pill rather quick.
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Post by: BALARGUE on September 29, 2020, 08:00:29 AM
Volcom Billow pants
Really baggy / loose denim

That's the one Simon Bannerot is rocking all the time
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Post by: ok boomer on September 29, 2020, 08:11:21 AM
Silvertabs are tapered if that might help.

silvertabs are b0ss
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Post by: Deekay on September 29, 2020, 09:17:45 AM
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Balloon fit is kinda... difficult to find. Just look for a tapered jean, or get make a tailor taper them for you. Its not too expensive.
Carhartt Newel is the most balloon like pair I have, but they are not very baggy per say.
Argubly the safest & best fitting jean for most people.
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I hear you, thanks.. It's hard, cause tapered pants are usually not that relaxed in the thighs so it just comes off as slim or "carrot fit". I'll keep lookin, I might get the carhartt double knees anyway..
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just saying, carhartt double knees are kind of wack to skate in imo. bought em for work mainly, but of course went skating with them to style on everyone. they look great, but unless they are 5 years old, they are too thick and stiff to skate in. maybe good for the winter. one thing that straight sucks is that the rivets will fuck your leg up when you slam.

ben davis gorilla cut is obnoxiously baggy, like raver-, i can't see my shoes, where the fuck are my feet?-baggy. seriously, i bought a pair on a whim because they were going for a tenner and i could barely see the tip of my shoes. cut em into shorts.

al davis skates carhartt carpenters for sure, the regular denim might be a bit softer than the duck material on the double knee pant. i'm talking workwear here, not w.i.p. forgot the double knee item no. (b-51?)

Thanks for the input. You got the duck canvas ones though? I like my shit ttthick but I can't imagine skating in that material, you can seriously get dragged behind a car for 6 miles without them ripping... The denim ones look like they have a lot more mobility, too bad I can't see them in store anywhere.

And yea, workwear line is the way to go for Carhartt. I heard Edwin Jeans has the license for WIP (but not 100% sure) and its overpriced trash nowadays.
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Post by: Frank on September 30, 2020, 10:26:07 PM
Thanks for the input. You got the duck canvas ones though? I like my shit ttthick but I can't imagine skating in that material, you can seriously get dragged behind a car for 6 miles without them ripping... The denim ones look like they have a lot more mobility, too bad I can't see them in store anywhere.

And yea, workwear line is the way to go for Carhartt. I heard Edwin Jeans has the license for WIP (but not 100% sure) and its overpriced trash nowadays.

yeah, it's the unwashed duck double knee.

crazy, i thought w.i.p. was it's own thing. not sure if they are related to edwin in my country. have to look into this. some of the w.i.p denim looks really good on websites and people, too, but i'm also not sure if the quality holds up compared to a pair of the workwear stuff. w.i.p used to be pretty good a few years back. back then it was also harder here to find actual carhartt workwear, since carhartt didn't really sell it here. totally different now since w.i.p is also outside of europe you get the whole workwear line without problems here, too. before that you had to look for special workwear shops and those would sometimes only sell to you if you have a job certificate and stuff. so you could often only get carhartt workwear if you'd work in construction or something and your boss could order some. or at least it was hard to find and there was little range to be had. this all changed in the last ten years.

what i heard a long time ago that w.i.p was basically a german dude licensing carhartt designs to sell them as streetwear in germany/europe and it went from there, but i have no idea who owns or runs it now or if it is actually part of carhartt for real.
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Post by: Crap on October 01, 2020, 04:35:42 AM
How do the original 874s compare to the flex 874s as far as fit and quality? Dickies tend to pill rather quick.

874 Flex are awful. The fabric looks shiny and cheap, doesn't actually stretch, and shrinks like crazy in the wash. I didn't wear my pair enough to see, but I assume they don't hold up long because they're noticeably thinner than the regular ones.
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Post by: art hellman on October 01, 2020, 07:36:06 AM
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First one on the list
http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2020/08/25/skate-pants-recommendations-pros-friends/
1. Vans Authentic Chino Glide
2. Quasi Fatigue Pants
3. Henry's Rounded Jean
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Well screw me thatís one hell of an answer.


i can confirm the Vans Chino Glide pro pants are fantastic
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Post by: Front Blunt on October 01, 2020, 07:53:50 AM
Found two pair of obey pants - one big boy and the other a work pant, both super baggy - TJ MAXX with the homie hookup.
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Post by: jay_nev on October 01, 2020, 08:18:43 AM
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First one on the list
http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2020/08/25/skate-pants-recommendations-pros-friends/
1. Vans Authentic Chino Glide
2. Quasi Fatigue Pants
3. Henry's Rounded Jean
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Well screw me that’s one hell of an answer.
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i can confirm the Vans Chino Glide pro pants are fantastic
yeah they are. only thing bugs me at times is the shoelace belt integrated inside. Gets in the way a bit zipping and closing the pants, but its nice to have to not grab a belt. But theyre great otherwise and thats a small complaint. Looks like the just released it in dress blue too
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Post by: ldmch11 on October 02, 2020, 09:09:55 AM
Im looking at the size chart for the polar Ď93 denim, and it says the waist for a size 30 is 17 inches across. So that means a 30 is a true 34? Seems kinda crazy, do they fit that big in waist?
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Post by: Crap on October 02, 2020, 10:16:06 AM
Im looking at the size chart for the polar Ď93 denim, and it says the waist for a size 30 is 17 inches across. So that means a 30 is a true 34? Seems kinda crazy, do they fit that big in waist?

In most brands, the size on the tag is a couple inches smaller than the actual measurement - it's called 'vanity sizing,' and almost every brand does it. The 93's are made to fit loose, but I would say they also run a little bigger than average. I have them in 36, and they fit more like 38's in the waist, so 30's probably fit like 32's in other brands. I would get your regular size or one size down, depending on how loose you want them to be. If you're unsure, I would say take a tape measure to a pair of pants you like and compare it to the Polar chart.
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Post by: Slugboi22 on October 02, 2020, 10:22:06 AM
Hey I know this has been asked around but if I wear 36 waist pants with a belt what size should I get with big boys? Iím torn between medium and large.
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Post by: Crap on October 02, 2020, 10:42:51 AM
Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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Post by: ldmch11 on October 02, 2020, 10:52:14 AM
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Im looking at the size chart for the polar Ď93 denim, and it says the waist for a size 30 is 17 inches across. So that means a 30 is a true 34? Seems kinda crazy, do they fit that big in waist?
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In most brands, the size on the tag is a couple inches smaller than the actual measurement - it's called 'vanity sizing,' and almost every brand does it. The 93's are made to fit loose, but I would say they also run a little bigger than average. I have them in 36, and they fit more like 38's in the waist, so 30's probably fit like 32's in other brands. I would get your regular size or one size down, depending on how loose you want them to be. If you're unsure, I would say take a tape measure to a pair of pants you like and compare it to the Polar chart.

Appreciate this, all I needed to know
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Post by: Benchpress on October 03, 2020, 07:21:51 AM
Really sorry if this has been spoken about before, but what are people's thoughts on the big boys? Are they too over the top baggy?

I usually wear a size 34, and can't find a accurate size guide online, would a medium be correct? Cheers!
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Post by: tyshoes on October 04, 2020, 10:50:16 AM
https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/clothing/men/jeans/stay-loose-cottonized-hemp-mens-jeans/p/290370005

these fit real good and tapered well and gradual like surfpants
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Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on October 04, 2020, 10:58:52 AM
For anyone in Japan, I recommend these
https://www.gu-global.com/jp/ja/products/E327766-000/00?colorCode=29

They're basically a Polar Surf Pant. Nice and lightweight too
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Post by: Frank on October 04, 2020, 11:37:00 AM
For anyone in Japan, I recommend these
https://www.gu-global.com/jp/ja/products/E327766-000/00?colorCode=29

They're basically a Polar Surf Pant. Nice and lightweight too

do these guys ship itl? those look sick. no clue how much that is in my currency though, ha.

EDIT: holy crap, these are only 13 bucks a pair. i'd buy a few actually.
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Post by: Deekay on October 04, 2020, 01:45:33 PM
https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/clothing/men/jeans/stay-loose-cottonized-hemp-mens-jeans/p/290370005

these fit real good and tapered well and gradual like surfpants

What's the fabric like? I ordered these but cancelled cause I imagined the hemp would make them feel less hard wearing. I like my shit sturdy.
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Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on October 04, 2020, 02:54:41 PM
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For anyone in Japan, I recommend these
https://www.gu-global.com/jp/ja/products/E327766-000/00?colorCode=29

They're basically a Polar Surf Pant. Nice and lightweight too
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do these guys ship itl? those look sick. no clue how much that is in my currency though, ha.

EDIT: holy crap, these are only 13 bucks a pair. i'd buy a few actually.
Unfortunately they only ship to Japan. Theyíre Uniqloís sister company so I hope they make something similar in Uniqloís lineup. Luckily bought two pairs before coming back for school. Shouldíve bought more though
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Post by: Frank on October 04, 2020, 03:07:54 PM
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For anyone in Japan, I recommend these
https://www.gu-global.com/jp/ja/products/E327766-000/00?colorCode=29

They're basically a Polar Surf Pant. Nice and lightweight too
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do these guys ship itl? those look sick. no clue how much that is in my currency though, ha.

EDIT: holy crap, these are only 13 bucks a pair. i'd buy a few actually.
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Unfortunately they only ship to Japan. Theyíre Uniqloís sister company so I hope they make something similar in Uniqloís lineup. Luckily bought two pairs before coming back for school. Shouldíve bought more though
thanks for the reply. we have uniqlo over here, maybe they will offer something similar.
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Post by: Phantasma Del Mar on October 06, 2020, 05:30:57 PM
https://www.adidas.com/us/striped-chino-pants/ED6596.html
Just found these at Ross for cheap and I am pleased. From the skate line and you notice quality as soon as you touch them, reminds me of the Levi skateboarding line. They arenít tapered but fit like the classic dickies I was wearing everyday 20 years ago
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Post by: jay_nev on October 06, 2020, 06:05:24 PM
Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
JEANS promo code takes $25 off these. Theyíre button fly?
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Post by: j....soy..... on October 06, 2020, 08:32:04 PM
If have the athletic fits and they are decent...have stretch in them too....strangely the back ones feel tighter.

With the barrels I'd buy the 34 and cuff them or hem them.

Don't you guys get AOS pop up on insta all the time? 
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Post by: Crap on October 07, 2020, 07:42:02 AM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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JEANS promo code takes $25 off these. Theyíre button fly?

Yeah, button fly - I forgot to mention that. I don't have a fly preference, but I know some people do.
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Post by: mini greek on October 09, 2020, 03:08:13 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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JEANS promo code takes $25 off these. Theyíre button fly?
Ordered these because they ended up being 20 bucks plus tax. As a member of Team Thiccboi, can confirm they give you room like a 90's skate jean, but fit at the waist. Would say if you wanted extra baggy, go a size up.
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Post by: Roald Dahnkle on October 10, 2020, 12:35:00 PM
After buying Levis 550s over and over on eBay I finally caved and bought some Polar 93s.

(https://i.imgur.com/WCEmFnp.png)

I'm into them, crotch drops a little lower and they stay far straighter throughout than a 550.

I think in the past 93's were overly cropped compared to the advertised length but now fit true to to size. I'm 6' 2" and these 32 30s are just are just the right length for me..maybe a little short for some but nothing too drastic.
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Post by: Big Baby Jesus on October 11, 2020, 08:19:51 AM
Any one try the carhartt relaxed tapered fit? Any info on them or carhartt in general?
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Post by: Fat Tire on October 11, 2020, 10:36:22 AM
Any one try the carhartt relaxed tapered fit? Any info on them or carhartt in general?

Size up... ordered my regular size and they turned into highwaters that I couldn't even button after the first wash.
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Post by: ldmch11 on October 11, 2020, 12:14:49 PM
Any one try the carhartt relaxed tapered fit? Any info on them or carhartt in general?
I got the stonewash jeans in my usual size. They're slimmer than I expected, and the waist fit a little tighter as well. There was a little too much taper for my liking with the pants stacking on top of most of my shoes vs. fitting over them, which is usually my preference. Overall, they're kinda like a slightly roomier 501.
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Post by: Sk.A.T.A.N on October 11, 2020, 04:01:24 PM
Any one try the carhartt relaxed tapered fit? Any info on them or carhartt in general?

I donít know about the tapered fit but Iíve been into a Carhartt buying spree pant wise so Iíll give my 2 cents. I got like 4 pairs in less than half a year and been rotating them daily. (Iím usually a 30w/32L for reference)

1 pair of double knees in nylon (30/32).
The collab with PoP trading co, relaxed straight fit with basically no taper. Love the look but a bit too stiff and sweaty for skating IMO. The twill/corduroy  is probably better to skate in...

1 pair of master pants in twill (30/32).
To me a best fitting answer to Dickies 574ís and maybe my fav skate pants right now. Relaxed straight fit that tapers a bit under the knee. They broke in super quick and are mad comfortable.

and 2 pairs of Simple pants, one in Light Denim (30/32) and other in Twill (31/32)... I thought they should fit the same, but I found the Twill to feel a bit slimmer, so I got a size up than usual and now they fit and look really similar to the Master pants I got. Actually maybe a tiny bit more tapered at the bottom. The Denim version looks and feels baggier to me dunno why, but I love them like that.

I think I will keep buying Carhartt pants for a while...

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Post by: Big Baby Jesus on October 11, 2020, 04:25:18 PM
+1 to you all. Thanks for the feedback. Think I'll go size up on the relaxed tapered but def going to check out the master pant.
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Post by: jay_nev on October 11, 2020, 05:31:04 PM

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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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JEANS promo code takes $25 off these. They’re button fly?
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Ordered these because they ended up being 20 bucks plus tax. As a member of Team Thiccboi, can confirm they give you room like a 90's skate jean, but fit at the waist. Would say if you wanted extra baggy, go a size up.
ordered a set as well. 36x32. Dunno if I should’ve gone longer but will have to see when they come
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Post by: j....soy..... on October 11, 2020, 10:34:50 PM
Read in the John Shanahan interview about Pangea.....
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Post by: augustmoon on October 14, 2020, 09:01:04 PM
Any one try the carhartt relaxed tapered fit? Any info on them or carhartt in general?

just got some of these, and for someone who likes fitted pants with a little extra room, these are great.  mine are a little long, so I'll probably cut them and hem them myself if i can figure it out. 

also toying around with looser cuts for skating, and just got a pair of the Carhartt Logger Jeans, and they're awesome.  lots of room and wide leg opening, without feeling like I have fabric flapping everywhere.  got a size up from my usual. 

https://dungarees.com/carhartt-103890-rugged-flex-relaxed-fit-utility-logger?&cs=FRT&size=&cid=21

got a pair of the Duck Double Knee pants and they fit way too big for my taste; might take them in to get tapered, or might just try to get used to them
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Post by: Vintagebody on October 14, 2020, 10:30:26 PM
My fav pair atm is Carhartt Newel. Fits bigger then Levi's. So I need a size 31/32 waist. Length is bad tho. Only 105cm in size 32
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Post by: fredgallSOTY on October 15, 2020, 09:51:33 AM
I found some pristine 90's Tommy Jeans at the thrift for $9
They fit so perfect. Nice, roomy, and not stiff like a lot of vintage jeans. They got a nice bit of baggage but fit more like 1995 than 1998. Very excited on these.
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Post by: Crap on October 15, 2020, 10:46:15 AM
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I donít know about the tapered fit but Iíve been into a Carhartt buying spree pant wise so Iíll give my 2 cents. I got like 4 pairs in less than half a year and been rotating them daily. (Iím usually a 30w/32L for reference)

1 pair of double knees in nylon (30/32).
The collab with PoP trading co, relaxed straight fit with basically no taper. Love the look but a bit too stiff and sweaty for skating IMO. The twill/corduroy  is probably better to skate in...

1 pair of master pants in twill (30/32).
To me a best fitting answer to Dickies 574ís and maybe my fav skate pants right now. Relaxed straight fit that tapers a bit under the knee. They broke in super quick and are mad comfortable.

and 2 pairs of Simple pants, one in Light Denim (30/32) and other in Twill (31/32)... I thought they should fit the same, but I found the Twill to feel a bit slimmer, so I got a size up than usual and now they fit and look really similar to the Master pants I got. Actually maybe a tiny bit more tapered at the bottom. The Denim version looks and feels baggier to me dunno why, but I love them like that.

I think I will keep buying Carhartt pants for a while...

Found a good discount on the simple pants online, and thinking about pulling the trigger seeing that the fit sounds similar to the Dickies 574's (which fit me well, but I'd like to get that fit in a little nicer quality/fabric). A big plus on the 874's for me is the high waist/long rise - are the simple pants similar in that way? I usually size up 2" in the waist on Dickies, but I'm assuming the Carhartts would not require that?
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Post by: Vintagebody on October 15, 2020, 11:50:48 AM
I ordered a pair Polar Big Boys size M. I've had the '93s, but sold them duo to being waaaay too big in the waist. I have issues with finding good length duo to my long legs, and Big Boys seems to be longer in length at same waist size.
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Post by: tzhangdox on October 15, 2020, 01:29:22 PM
I ordered a pair Polar Big Boys size M. I've had the '93s, but sold them duo to being waaaay too big in the waist. I have issues with finding good length duo to my long legs, and Big Boys seems to be longer in length at same waist size.

Whats your waist size? The 36x34 93s fit me good besides being way too big in the waist and I'm contemplating getting some medium big boys. Had some XL big boys and sometimes I felt like I could pull them off but they were honestly ridiculous sometimes lol.
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Post by: Vintagebody on October 15, 2020, 01:44:36 PM
Proper waist size is between 30-32, depending on brand. Polar runs big. I'd need a size S in Big Boys, or 28/30 in '93 for it to fit close to not needing a belt. I'm fine with wearing pants too big in the waist, but when its bunching up alot with a belt, its simply not comfy, and looks stupid aswell
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Post by: TracersOnlyfans on October 15, 2020, 04:20:10 PM
Carhartt B11. The Newel pant and Simple pant are Carhartt WIP, the streetwear brand of the same name that's half as tuff and three times the price. Can usually find some B11s for real cheap on ebay secondhand, and they're already softened up and preshrunk, so no weird shrinkage issues etc.
Another good one is the Levis Silvertabs. Again, find them cheap secondhand on ebay, as they're a vintage 90s style. Nice and roomy through the thigh, crotch not too low, and a nice even taper so they sit nicely on your shoes. Great for skating. B11's are good too but very straight. If you like highwaters with a slim shoe, B11's will suit you.
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Post by: Sk.A.T.A.N on October 15, 2020, 04:33:23 PM
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Any one try the carhartt relaxed tapered fit? Any info on them or carhartt in general?
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I donít know about the tapered fit but Iíve been into a Carhartt buying spree pant wise so Iíll give my 2 cents. I got like 4 pairs in less than half a year and been rotating them daily. (Iím usually a 30w/32L for reference)

1 pair of double knees in nylon (30/32).
The collab with PoP trading co, relaxed straight fit with basically no taper. Love the look but a bit too stiff and sweaty for skating IMO. The twill/corduroy  is probably better to skate in...

1 pair of master pants in twill (30/32).
To me a best fitting answer to Dickies 574ís and maybe my fav skate pants right now. Relaxed straight fit that tapers a bit under the knee. They broke in super quick and are mad comfortable.

and 2 pairs of Simple pants, one in Light Denim (30/32) and other in Twill (31/32)... I thought they should fit the same, but I found the Twill to feel a bit slimmer, so I got a size up than usual and now they fit and look really similar to the Master pants I got. Actually maybe a tiny bit more tapered at the bottom. The Denim version looks and feels baggier to me dunno why, but I love them like that.

I think I will keep buying Carhartt pants for a while...
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Found a good discount on the simple pants online, and thinking about pulling the trigger seeing that the fit sounds similar to the Dickies 574's (which fit me well, but I'd like to get that fit in a little nicer quality/fabric). A big plus on the 874's for me is the high waist/long rise - are the simple pants similar in that way? I usually size up 2" in the waist on Dickies, but I'm assuming the Carhartts would not require that?

From my previous experiences the 574ís donít fit me TTS which is a 30 waist, I would probably have to go with a 32w to not have my waist too constricted. On the Carhartt ones I have I got a 30waist in the Denim and 31w in the Twill. Tbh I could go with a 30 on both but I felt that the twill was a tad slimmer so I sized up just a bit. Both feel really nice anyway... &#128076;
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Post by: j....soy..... on October 15, 2020, 10:35:39 PM
I'm skinny....like 30" and I buy 32" 874's because of the high waist...the pants drop to the waist perfectly and I don't need a belt....just wish they tapered a hair....
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Post by: Big Baby Jesus on October 16, 2020, 05:23:32 AM
When I was looking at the carhartt and Levi relaxed fit on amazon I saw some wrangler relaxed fit. Anyone try these? Is there a taper to the leg?
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Post by: Lloyd Braun on October 16, 2020, 08:42:11 AM
Anyone know what pants gustav wears? Look like adidas track pants but with no stripes. Iíve been wanting some plain color swishy pants for a minute but got no idea where to find them. Ideally theyíd be loose but not super baggy, have the elastic ankle cuffs/waistband and have a back pocket
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Post by: SLAPASONIC on October 16, 2020, 09:07:47 AM
Way too expensive for me but I dream about owning a pair of Tight Booth pants one day.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CGU5U_Kh_Xe/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet

Recently got a pair of Levis Type 1 Stay Loose Jeans for free, and they're my favorite pair of jeans ever. Would love to skate in in but don't want to ruin my only comfortable pair of jeans.

(https://c.imgz.jp/251/53880251/53880251b_165_d_500.jpg)
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Post by: tyshoes on October 17, 2020, 10:19:38 AM
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https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/clothing/men/jeans/stay-loose-cottonized-hemp-mens-jeans/p/290370005

these fit real good and tapered well and gradual like surfpants
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What's the fabric like? I ordered these but cancelled cause I imagined the hemp would make them feel less hard wearing. I like my shit sturdy.

Like a soft worn in denim. Theyre dope
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Post by: tzhangdox on October 17, 2020, 11:34:38 PM
Do they taper as much as surf pants? Surf pants are great but I feel like if denim had the same cut as surf pants it would be a little extreme since surf pants have a LOT of thigh room and quite an aggressive taper, at least in XL.

edit: just saw on the website that the 34 waist leg opening is 17 inches which is definitely on the tighter side, taper probably quite aggressive then.
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Post by: chillclinton87 on October 18, 2020, 02:16:01 AM
Anyone know what pants gustav wears? Look like adidas track pants but with no stripes. Iíve been wanting some plain color swishy pants for a minute but got no idea where to find them. Ideally theyíd be loose but not super baggy, have the elastic ankle cuffs/waistband and have a back pocket

Saw him rocking the "Stanford" track pants in Reverb a lot. Only logo on these is a little adidas writing under the left pocket going down the thigh. Super comfortable pants- you can have those with a fleece lining or a mesh lining. no back pocket though....might check helas for that
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Post by: Digital Rasta on October 18, 2020, 09:03:57 AM
I have been taking the measurements of pants for years, this is basically what I've found as far as how different fits have different size Leg Openings. Here's a rough breakdown of sizes 32" to 38" and the approximate measurements across the front of the bottom hem.

Super Skinny Jeans- 7"
Skinny Jeans- 7.5"
Slim Tapered- 8"
Slim Straight- 8.5" (Levi's 501)
Regular Tapered- 9" (Dickies 874)
Regular Straight- 9.5"
Relaxed Tapered- 10"
Relaxed Straight- 10.5"
Loose Tapered- 11"
Loose Straight- 11.5"
Baggy Fit- 12"
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Post by: j....soy..... on October 18, 2020, 09:07:10 AM
Pretty sure I commented this on Gilbert's Insta but leg opening is the wheelbase of pants.....
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Post by: Digital Rasta on October 18, 2020, 09:14:36 AM
Pretty sure I commented this on Gilbert's Insta but leg opening is the wheelbase of pants.....
LOL true that
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Post by: doctorkickflip on October 18, 2020, 08:15:44 PM
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But has anyone tried the BEN DAVISô pants?
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Canít recommend the Ben Davis original fit enough. More roomy than standard dickies and way better made IMO. Theyíre only slightly tapered but I find cuffing them helps with that. My favorite pants by far.
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Post by: Samk on October 19, 2020, 02:51:45 PM
Dickies Loose fit Cargo pants are my favorite. Even with the waist being a little small on my they are still pretty loose.
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Post by: jay_nev on October 19, 2020, 03:39:10 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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JEANS promo code takes $25 off these. They’re button fly?
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Ordered these because they ended up being 20 bucks plus tax. As a member of Team Thiccboi, can confirm they give you room like a 90's skate jean, but fit at the waist. Would say if you wanted extra baggy, go a size up.
yeah got mine in they’re good for the price.  I think I should’ve gone longer tho
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Post by: Vintagebody on October 20, 2020, 11:49:17 PM
Alrighty! Got my Polar Big Boy's today! Their leg opening is really big, and is a straighter fit compared to the 93's. They also dont have that inner lining that kinda annoys me with 93's. Big Boy's are just pure denim. And they are also longer at the same size, so 10/10 for me with long legs.
I'll take them to the tailor and reduce the leg opening and taper them a little more.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on October 21, 2020, 06:09:49 AM
Got some dickies duck canvas carpenter jeans, went one size bigger in the waist and tts for length. Looks like theyíll be great for the colder month. Pretty much perfect fit; not too loose, not too tight 
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on October 21, 2020, 06:23:24 AM
Got some dickies duck canvas carpenter jeans, went one size bigger in the waist and tts for length. Looks like theyíll be great for the colder month. Pretty much perfect fit; not too loose, not too tight

Whats the leg opening on those like?
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Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on October 21, 2020, 06:46:46 AM
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Got some dickies duck canvas carpenter jeans, went one size bigger in the waist and tts for length. Looks like theyíll be great for the colder month. Pretty much perfect fit; not too loose, not too tight
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Whats the leg opening on those like?
apparently 22 ... cms?
I got them in 33 inch waist:
https://item.rakuten.co.jp/z-mall/2077-0058/
Stick that into a online translator, the rest of the sizes listed are in cms
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on October 21, 2020, 07:09:54 AM
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Got some dickies duck canvas carpenter jeans, went one size bigger in the waist and tts for length. Looks like theyíll be great for the colder month. Pretty much perfect fit; not too loose, not too tight
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apparently 22 ... cms?
I got them in 33 inch waist:
https://item.rakuten.co.jp/z-mall/2077-0058/
Stick that into a online translator, the rest of the sizes listed are in cms

Thanks, probably going to have to bite on them.
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Post by: jay_nev on October 21, 2020, 07:15:56 AM
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Got some dickies duck canvas carpenter jeans, went one size bigger in the waist and tts for length. Looks like theyíll be great for the colder month. Pretty much perfect fit; not too loose, not too tight
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apparently 22 ... cms?
I got them in 33 inch waist:
https://item.rakuten.co.jp/z-mall/2077-0058/
Stick that into a online translator, the rest of the sizes listed are in cms
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Thanks, probably going to have to bite on them.
Same as these? $14.99
https://www.sierra.com/carpenter-duck-jeans-relaxed-fit-for-men~p~19xhk/?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=OrganicShopping&utm_campaign=GoogleShopping&utm_term=Carpenter_Duck_Jeans_-_Relaxed_Fit_For_Men&currency=USD&gclid=Cj0KCQjwuL_8BRCXARIsAGiC51BguhFM5oX4r4AMNOSwXz5aFzMzMp7oykiiM6zDHKDQNz66GwaOyv8aAuqMEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&codes-processed=true
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Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on October 21, 2020, 07:42:32 AM
↑ yup! They are nice and thick and 100% cotton too so they wonít collect lint like regular dickies, really stoked on how solid they feel
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Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on October 26, 2020, 07:13:41 AM
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Got some dickies duck canvas carpenter jeans, went one size bigger in the waist and tts for length. Looks like theyíll be great for the colder month. Pretty much perfect fit; not too loose, not too tight
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Whats the leg opening on those like?
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apparently 22 ... cms?
I got them in 33 inch waist:
https://item.rakuten.co.jp/z-mall/2077-0058/
Stick that into a online translator, the rest of the sizes listed are in cms
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Thanks, probably going to have to bite on them.

Update: went for a skate in them yesterday and really enjoyed them; not super baggy but they give you enough room to move around in. Probably wouldnít rock them in summer but theyíll make great pants for the winter. I especially like that they are 100% cotton too as opposed to regular dickies which feel Teri Le when you sweat in them (and collect way too much lint).
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Post by: Diocletian on October 27, 2020, 09:11:34 AM
Someone mentioned earlier in this thread "Red Kap" brand pants as a Dickies alternative. Dickies is sold out of a ton of stuff on their site it seems, so I couldn't order my usual pants. I ordered the "utility work pants" which are their equivalent to, say...a Dickies 874, but these actually fit way better with a bit more of a loose fit. Made in Mexico and they seem to be of equal quality, if not better with the same poly/cotton blend. Highly recommend to those who want to root for the underdog and try something besides Dickies.
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Post by: Lloyd Braun on October 27, 2020, 05:03:58 PM
Someone mentioned earlier in this thread "Red Kap" brand pants as a Dickies alternative. Dickies is sold out of a ton of stuff on their site it seems, so I couldn't order my usual pants. I ordered the "utility work pants" which are their equivalent to, say...a Dickies 874, but these actually fit way better with a bit more of a loose fit. Made in Mexico and they seem to be of equal quality, if not better with the same poly/cotton blend. Highly recommend to those who want to root for the underdog and try something besides Dickies.

I prefer red kap to dickies. IMO fits better, fabrics thinner and more Durable/comfortable similar pricing  and they donít sit super high on the waist like the 874s. I got a few pairs Iíve had for 3+ years still look great. I bought a pair of dickies double knee flex and the left pocket showed considerable wear from my wedding ring rubbing on it after only 2 wears.
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Post by: j....soy..... on October 27, 2020, 10:38:01 PM
The cooler weather has got me in jeans more for sure...but when it drops below freezing.....I'm gonna run long underwear and dickies....
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Post by: Clock3rs on October 28, 2020, 08:35:19 AM
After buying Levis 550s over and over on eBay I finally caved and bought some Polar 93s.

(https://i.imgur.com/WCEmFnp.png)

I'm into them, crotch drops a little lower and they stay far straighter throughout than a 550.

I think in the past 93's were overly cropped compared to the advertised length but now fit true to to size. I'm 6' 2" and these 32 30s are just are just the right length for me..maybe a little short for some but nothing too drastic.

So the 93's are baggiest than 550s so to say? I am not ready to pay 115 euros for a pair of polar jeans so im thinking about copping some Levis 550s on eBay instead for some bucks. Do they fit anything similar? If so, how do they compare in Detail if I size up on the 550s? I usually run about 32 true waste size but thought about buying 36 on the Levis.
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Post by: imposter on November 11, 2020, 05:53:03 AM
https://thankyousupply.com/products/copy-of-new-deal-big-deal-indigo-jeans?variant=32883763806271&currency=USD&utm_medium=product_sync&utm_source=google&utm_content=sag_organic&utm_campaign=sag_organic&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIruPNu9H67AIVBL7ACh2aFguNEAQYAiABEgKrIfD_BwE
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Post by: jay_nev on November 11, 2020, 07:39:08 AM
Anyone recommend the Theories stamp work pant? How's the weight for winter? Just released cords too, looking for some corduroy work pants
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Post by: Frank on November 11, 2020, 08:03:19 AM
The cooler weather has got me in jeans more for sure...but when it drops below freezing.....I'm gonna run long underwear and dickies....

yeah, same. i don't really wear my dickies that much in the summer anymore, too hot. been rocking the longjohn/dickies combo in the winter for a few years now.

i'll probably always have a few dickies in rotation but nowadays i'm not about keeping a whole catalogue of colors in my wardrobe. black and brown basically does it for me. my stock is slowly fading as one pair after the other disintegrates on me. i'll probably get some more in the future but would like to see better fabrics, especially organic would be nice.
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Post by: Lukabrazi on November 11, 2020, 08:06:13 AM
Anyone recommend the Theories stamp work pant? How's the weight for winter? Just released cords too, looking for some corduroy work pants

I like my theories stamp pants . They run a little short though. Iíd say they are a little more heavy than surf pants but still probably cold for winter .

I wear a small in surf pants and have size medium in the stamp pants.
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Post by: Fat Tire on November 11, 2020, 11:45:53 AM
Got a couple pairs of loose fit carhartts coming in tomorrow; will post impressions
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Post by: hillbilly shifty on November 11, 2020, 03:33:23 PM
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Anyone recommend the Theories stamp work pant? How's the weight for winter? Just released cords too, looking for some corduroy work pants
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I like my theories stamp pants . They run a little short though. Iíd say they are a little more heavy than surf pants but still probably cold for winter .

I wear a small in surf pants and have size medium in the stamp pants.

(https://i.imgur.com/oqXdLw0m.jpg)
i dig the theories swat cargo. good waist adjustments + ties at the leg openings. roomy in the thighs + knees. thick fabric.
sale on theories site. not much in the way of size choices

https://www.theoriesofatlantis.com/collections/theories-sale/products/copy-of-theories-swat-cargo-pants-camo?variant=6275169812507
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Post by: chillclinton87 on November 13, 2020, 02:11:23 AM
just got some volcom billow pants yesterday, since a friend of mine works for their distribution around here. i think they have the same leg opening as the polar big boys......really roomy, light denim and fit pretty good on me. i usually size up in the waist but these were good in 32.
just have to shorten them a bit and they are good to go
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Post by: CossRooper on November 13, 2020, 10:38:32 AM
Anyone have a hard time with Rothco BDU sizing? I love the look of these shits so much but damn I think there's a bunch of variance in sizing from pair to pair.

I'm a 34 waist but when I got the mediums per there size chart they were way too tight at the waist. So I sized up to Large but they're fucking massive. Like, way too big in every dimension.

https://www.rothco.com/size-chart/bdu
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on November 13, 2020, 10:40:39 AM
Anyone have a hard time with Rothco BDU sizing? I love the look of these shits so much but damn I think there's a bunch of variance in sizing from pair to pair.

I'm a 34 waist but when I got the mediums per there size chart they were way too tight at the waist. So I sized up to Large but they're fucking massive. Like, way too big in every dimension.

https://www.rothco.com/size-chart/bdu

Check out Propper. Twill is a little heavier than Rothcos and the medium fits in the waist exactly like a pair of size 34 Levis. 
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Post by: hobochimp on November 13, 2020, 11:59:35 AM
Anyone got the details on the comparison between Levi 569 and 550? Iíve only had 569 but it seems like 550 is a bit more popular and has taper to it. How much is the taper and if you want it to look baggy do you have to go up a waist size? Iím running my current waist size (34) on 569 and itís just a little bit baggy not too huge or with a low hanging crotch really
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Post by: Frank on November 13, 2020, 02:25:38 PM
Anyone got the details on the comparison between Levi 569 and 550? Iíve only had 569 but it seems like 550 is a bit more popular and has taper to it. How much is the taper and if you want it to look baggy do you have to go up a waist size? Iím running my current waist size (34) on 569 and itís just a little bit baggy not too huge or with a low hanging crotch really

at least in europe, depending on when they were made, some 550s also come straight or even in a bootcut.

tapered is what's probably considered the classic cut for the 550 among skaters. they aren't super baggy like big boys, and the taper is so the pant rests more on your shoe than falling behind your heel, if that makes sense. good choice if you wear slimmer vulc shoes that have slim collars but don't want to step on your pantleg ends while having a baggyish look. i personally go up one inch in the waist in all levis, i feel like they run mostly small. if you want them really loose i'd even go up two sizes. i'd try them on though before by all means if you can. levis changes their pants up too much tbh. there's like over a dozen different types of 501s at this point alone, like what's the point.

if you want to look for them on the internet, check that it says tapered (or straight, if you are more into that) and, of course stay away from the bootcut. or not, you do you.

never had 569s so i can't compare, still hope this was somewhat helpful.
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Post by: CossRooper on November 13, 2020, 10:37:52 PM
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Anyone have a hard time with Rothco BDU sizing? I love the look of these shits so much but damn I think there's a bunch of variance in sizing from pair to pair.

I'm a 34 waist but when I got the mediums per there size chart they were way too tight at the waist. So I sized up to Large but they're fucking massive. Like, way too big in every dimension.

https://www.rothco.com/size-chart/bdu
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Check out Propper. Twill is a little heavier than Rothcos and the medium fits in the waist exactly like a pair of size 34 Levis.

Thanks dogg. Will look into this!
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Post by: Tony on November 15, 2020, 05:51:06 AM
i got the polar surf pants, loose fit fir sure and comfy. feels so nice too

also may i get a link for those no comply art form cargos?

shapom

They are just rothco baby, go to the company site and order them there, pay 15 bucks less for the same shit
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Post by: Idk on November 15, 2020, 09:57:21 AM
What are some good pants if you have a big butt?
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Post by: white guy in a durag on November 15, 2020, 11:03:08 AM
What are some good pants if you have a big butt?
I feel your pain brother. My go to's are polar Surfs and 874s 4 sizes up that I take the waist in.

general notes:
~double tuck pants are always gonna have more room in the seat than flat front pants at the same waist circumference
~draw string pants like the surfs are always gonna have more room
~wearing pants at your natural waist when possible will help
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Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on November 15, 2020, 06:40:56 PM
A review from the Uniqlo corduroy wide-fit pants

"If you like Polar skate pants or that 90s baggy feel (levi's silver tab), these are an ideal match. These are high waisted so if you want them to sit on your hip, make sure you buy them a little bigger. I'm usually a 30 or 31 so I went up to 33 when 32 wasn't available. While I was recommended the 32, I'm very happy with the 33.
I'm 5'10 and 155 with a slim build and they are a little long when you put them over bulky shoes like Nike SB Blazers. However, cuff 'em like you're Dylan Rieder, but not too high, just one cuff, and you're looking like Carl Aikens out in NYC. (Note* LOOKING, you won't be skating like him, but you'll feel that flow). Highly recommend if you want to be the envy of your friends and end up on the @whatpantsarethose instagram page. What a great fit!"
(https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-corduroy-wide-fit-work-pants-430875.html?dwvar_430875_color=COL37&cgid=)
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Post by: treflips_up_yer_nan on November 17, 2020, 01:39:09 PM
A review from the Uniqlo corduroy wide-fit pants

"If you like Polar skate pants or that 90s baggy feel (levi's silver tab), these are an ideal match. These are high waisted so if you want them to sit on your hip, make sure you buy them a little bigger. I'm usually a 30 or 31 so I went up to 33 when 32 wasn't available. While I was recommended the 32, I'm very happy with the 33.
I'm 5'10 and 155 with a slim build and they are a little long when you put them over bulky shoes like Nike SB Blazers. However, cuff 'em like you're Dylan Rieder, but not too high, just one cuff, and you're looking like Carl Aikens out in NYC. (Note* LOOKING, you won't be skating like him, but you'll feel that flow). Highly recommend if you want to be the envy of your friends and end up on the @whatpantsarethose instagram page. What a great fit!"
(https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-corduroy-wide-fit-work-pants-430875.html?dwvar_430875_color=COL37&cgid=)

These look great.

Anyway i managed to find this absolute beaut new for 30 euros on vinted and it feels like heaven, gonna skate with them toworrw and cant wait  ;D

(https://i.ibb.co/6st34L5/polar-striped-cargo-trousers-white-navy-1.png) (https://ibb.co/6st34L5)

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Post by: jay_nev on November 17, 2020, 02:11:27 PM
A review from the Uniqlo corduroy wide-fit pants

"If you like Polar skate pants or that 90s baggy feel (levi's silver tab), these are an ideal match. These are high waisted so if you want them to sit on your hip, make sure you buy them a little bigger. I'm usually a 30 or 31 so I went up to 33 when 32 wasn't available. While I was recommended the 32, I'm very happy with the 33.
I'm 5'10 and 155 with a slim build and they are a little long when you put them over bulky shoes like Nike SB Blazers. However, cuff 'em like you're Dylan Rieder, but not too high, just one cuff, and you're looking like Carl Aikens out in NYC. (Note* LOOKING, you won't be skating like him, but you'll feel that flow). Highly recommend if you want to be the envy of your friends and end up on the @whatpantsarethose instagram page. What a great fit!"
(https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-u-corduroy-wide-fit-work-pants-430875.html?dwvar_430875_color=COL37&cgid=)
ha another pair ended up on the page regardless  https://www.instagram.com/p/CHAq73pFZ20/
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Post by: sadnocomply on November 21, 2020, 10:55:42 AM
Not sure if it has been stated but the vans rowan jeans are a sick loose fit Iím a 32 in everything and they are pretty baggy and thick. The theories cords are dope as well and loose on me. Very happy with these pants, will order more
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Post by: Front Blunt on November 21, 2020, 03:14:07 PM
I picked up 2 pairs of obey big boy work pants from my local (TJ Maxx) and they are very big and very comfy but the leg isnt too long so its a perfect balance for me. One love
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Post by: finknoos on November 22, 2020, 02:30:49 AM
I'm skinny....like 30" and I buy 32" 874's because of the high waist...the pants drop to the waist perfectly and I don't need a belt....just wish they tapered a hair....

Is 30 skinny? I've just had to jump upto 32 and feeling like a bit of a chubster. Maybe because I was 28 for so long.
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Post by: Idk on November 22, 2020, 05:57:08 AM
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I'm skinny....like 30" and I buy 32" 874's because of the high waist...the pants drop to the waist perfectly and I don't need a belt....just wish they tapered a hair....
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Is 30 skinny? I've just had to jump upto 32 and feeling like a bit of a chubster. Maybe because I was 28 for so long.
Probably just has to do with how wide a waist you have. Thereís pretty skinny dudes that rock 36s.
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Post by: Szechuan on November 22, 2020, 12:11:12 PM
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I'm skinny....like 30" and I buy 32" 874's because of the high waist...the pants drop to the waist perfectly and I don't need a belt....just wish they tapered a hair....
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Is 30 skinny? I've just had to jump upto 32 and feeling like a bit of a chubster. Maybe because I was 28 for so long.
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Probably just has to do with how wide a waist you have. Thereís pretty skinny dudes that rock 36s.
Jim Greco panatellas
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Post by: Hash Slinging Slasher on November 22, 2020, 12:52:51 PM
Not sure if it has been stated but the vans rowan jeans are a sick loose fit Iím a 32 in everything and they are pretty baggy and thick. The theories cords are dope as well and loose on me. Very happy with these pants, will order more
really? mine are much slimmer than i thought they'd be. seems like they loosen up some with wear so maybe that's the trick. quality of them is really good though.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: CossRooper on November 22, 2020, 10:37:26 PM
~wearing pants at your natural waist when possible will help

Damn I JUST learned this after getting Dickies 874's and Ben Davis Original's in the mail and being so confused trying them on.

When pants (like dickies 874) say they sit AT THE WAIST that means at the natural waist. Which is NOT around your hips. It's way higher -- just below the belly button for most people.

I have shorts, and pants that are supposed to be worn below the waist, that I wear really low, like just above asscrack. This has thrown me off for years, thinking I was supposed to wear Dickies and other high rise pants that way and finding them SO tight in the waist. I was just wearing them too low.

Dickies even threw me off because their 873 sits below the waist, like most other bottoms I wear, so I thought that waist size was going to fit me in the 874 if I wore them that low. They won't, because they're not meant to be worn that low.

Maybe this was obvious to everyone else but I'm literally just now discovering that alot of these pants are made to be worn high as fuck.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Vintagebody on November 23, 2020, 01:53:10 AM
A pants/denims rise is very important, and this trend before of a low rise (short distance between groin and top) is terrible. Mid/normal to high rise is superior. For comfort, high rise is the best. Especially if you have a fitter/bigger booty/legs.
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Post by: finknoos on November 23, 2020, 04:25:02 AM
A pants/denims rise is very important, and this trend before of a low rise (short distance between groin and top) is terrible. Mid/normal to high rise is superior. For comfort, high rise is the best. Especially if you have a fitter/bigger booty/legs.

I do miss when lowrise jeans were the trend for girls though. So tired of these mom jeans.

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Post by: Idk on November 23, 2020, 05:01:38 AM
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A pants/denims rise is very important, and this trend before of a low rise (short distance between groin and top) is terrible. Mid/normal to high rise is superior. For comfort, high rise is the best. Especially if you have a fitter/bigger booty/legs.
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I do miss when lowrise jeans were the trend for girls though. So tired of these mom jeans.

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Nah. Girls in high rise jeans have big booties. I like the identifier.
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Post by: Quasi on November 23, 2020, 05:04:44 AM
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A pants/denims rise is very important, and this trend before of a low rise (short distance between groin and top) is terrible. Mid/normal to high rise is superior. For comfort, high rise is the best. Especially if you have a fitter/bigger booty/legs.
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I do miss when lowrise jeans were the trend for girls though. So tired of these mom jeans.

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Nah. Girls in high rise jeans have big booties. I like the identifier.
I know most of them are just fat and they're hiding it like me
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Diocletian on November 23, 2020, 07:40:20 AM
I sung some praise on those Red Kap pants being comparible if not better than Dickies. Not so sure, I've had two pairs just randomly rip down the leg seam not even skating. I recently purchased those Vans Authentic Chino Glide Pro pants and these things are amazing. Not too loose of a fit but loose enough for my tree trunk thighs so they still have a relaxed look to them. The inside lining and pockets are like silk.
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Post by: tzhangdox on November 23, 2020, 03:16:07 PM
https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/clothing/men/jeans/stay-loose-cottonized-hemp-mens-jeans/p/290370014

Bought these Levis stay loose as well as some non premium/cottonized hemp ones in a darker wash. They're quite good. I got a 36x32 (I'm a true 34 waist) and they're a bit baggier than 36x34 550s, and a little less baggy than 36x34 Polar 93 jeans. Not sure how they compare to silvertabs.

The taper is pretty noticeable. Thought it was a bit much at first but because they kinda run a bit longer than I expected (my inseam is 34-35 ish and 32 was long enough, though I probably sag them a little more than intended since I sized up) the way they stack on your shoe makes the taper a bit more subtle. So even though I'd like the leg opening to be a tad bigger, it works out quite well in practice.
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Post by: Vintagebody on November 24, 2020, 08:20:37 AM
Levi's Stay Loose has 17" leg opening, which if you ask me is pretty much ideal. I actually want to taper my Polar Big Boys down from 20" to 17". Look at Brad Cromer & Trent Mcclung. Perfectly draped pants (They use Levi's 550s, Silvertabs etc).
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Post by: Silky Johnson on November 24, 2020, 08:40:28 AM
really want to try those uniqlo cords but I'm worried they'll fit like capri pants on me. any one know what the length of a size 34w would be ?
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Post by: lazer69 on November 24, 2020, 10:01:53 AM
Received my first pairs of dickies from a fellow slapper. thanks, my G! Thought they'd be loose, the legs are loose but they sure do hug the hips. All my other pants that are the same size dont  squeeze me like that. In unrelated news, whats the best way to lose some lower belly fat or reduce my hips size a smidge?
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Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on November 24, 2020, 10:08:54 AM
really want to try those uniqlo cords but I'm worried they'll fit like capri pants on me. any one know what the length of a size 34w would be ?
On their size chart it says the inseam for a 34 is 28.75
Best bet is to probably size up and have them sag down so they reach the bottom
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Post by: Silky Johnson on November 24, 2020, 10:20:20 AM
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really want to try those uniqlo cords but I'm worried they'll fit like capri pants on me. any one know what the length of a size 34w would be ?
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On their size chart it says the inseam for a 34 is 28.75
Best bet is to probably size up and have them sag down so they reach the bottom
damn man I wear a 34 inseam, gonna look for some of those club room cords Ryan Lay was talking about in that article. Thank you for the response the size chart looked all wonky on my phone browser.
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Post by: bighead on November 24, 2020, 10:46:01 AM
These are looking super interesting. Measurements for the 34" seem a bit narrow though.

https://thankyousupply.com/products/copy-of-new-deal-big-deal-indigo-jeans?variant=32883763773503
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Post by: Frank on November 24, 2020, 10:58:16 AM
^

saw these and thought they look sick, but no idea where to find in eu. they might be a bit too baggy for me though.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: fadedpastels on November 24, 2020, 11:04:39 AM
Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: bighead on November 24, 2020, 11:29:10 AM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.

Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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Post by: jay_nev on November 24, 2020, 12:53:55 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: tzhangdox on November 24, 2020, 01:17:44 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?

Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Post by: jay_nev on November 24, 2020, 01:27:56 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
Felt roomier than the Vans authentic chino glide but same waist size.
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Post by: mini greek on November 24, 2020, 02:04:04 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?

Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.
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Post by: tzhangdox on November 24, 2020, 02:10:11 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.

How does taper and leg opening compare to 93s? 36x34 93s fit me great, except the waist is too big. 34x34 fit good and true waist but I'd like them to be a little roomier. If I got a 36x34 in these, do you think they'd look more like 36 or 34 93s
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Quasi on November 24, 2020, 02:52:11 PM
New Deal Pantsin are back
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Post by: hobochimp on November 24, 2020, 07:06:22 PM
Just got my Leviís 550s in the mail. Really liking the fit with the slight taper. Honestly would not be mad if there was a fit that was still relaxed in the thighs and butt and tapered at the bottom even more kinda like sweatpants style. Still definitely recommend it even more than the 569s. Iím a size 34 waist usually but I got 36 and it would not have fit if Iíd gone any smaller
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Post by: mini greek on November 24, 2020, 11:21:02 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.
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How does taper and leg opening compare to 93s? 36x34 93s fit me great, except the waist is too big. 34x34 fit good and true waist but I'd like them to be a little roomier. If I got a 36x34 in these, do you think they'd look more like 36 or 34 93s
They def taper more than the 93's. If you like em with a little extra room, id go with the 36 waist. Mine Gap jeans fit a little tighter at the waist than my 93's, but just barely, and then the thigh and calves are perfect, and then it tapers. My wife hates em, so I know they're good  :D :D :D
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Post by: tzhangdox on November 24, 2020, 11:23:43 PM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.
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How does taper and leg opening compare to 93s? 36x34 93s fit me great, except the waist is too big. 34x34 fit good and true waist but I'd like them to be a little roomier. If I got a 36x34 in these, do you think they'd look more like 36 or 34 93s
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They def taper more than the 93's. If you like em with a little extra room, id go with the 36 waist. Mine Gap jeans fit a little tighter at the waist than my 93's, but just barely, and then the thigh and calves are perfect, and then it tapers. My wife hates em, so I know they're good  :D :D :D

got some 36x34s! Thanks
Title: Re: Loose Fit Pants
Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on November 25, 2020, 05:40:35 AM
New Deal Pantsin are back
they arenít back until the release them in different shades of colors you vomit
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Post by: Crap on November 25, 2020, 06:43:58 AM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.
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How does taper and leg opening compare to 93s? 36x34 93s fit me great, except the waist is too big. 34x34 fit good and true waist but I'd like them to be a little roomier. If I got a 36x34 in these, do you think they'd look more like 36 or 34 93s

Slightly more tapered than the 93's. I have the Gap ones in 38x32 and the 93's in 36x32. I took measurements on both (laid flat on the ground) to compare.

Gap
Waist: 19.5"
Rise: 14"
Inseam: 27.5"
Thigh: 14"
Leg opening: 8"

Polar '93
Waist: 20"
Rise: 13"
Inseam: 28.5"
Thigh: 14"
Leg opening: 9"

I have short legs, so I have to do one roll-up on the cuff on the 93's, but the 32" inseam is just right in the Gap ones. They're not the exact same fit, but very close if you get the sizing right. Definitely go up 2" in the length from what you normally wear. I find the Gap ones a little more comfortable to skate in, probably due to the slightly higher rise. I still like the Polar ones, but I find myself wearing the Gap ones more just because I don't want to worry about wrecking some $100 pants.
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Post by: tzhangdox on November 25, 2020, 06:57:28 AM
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.
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How does taper and leg opening compare to 93s? 36x34 93s fit me great, except the waist is too big. 34x34 fit good and true waist but I'd like them to be a little roomier. If I got a 36x34 in these, do you think they'd look more like 36 or 34 93s
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Slightly more tapered than the 93's. I have the Gap ones in 38x32 and the 93's in 36x32. I took measurements on both (laid flat on the ground) to compare.

Gap
Waist: 19.5"
Rise: 14"
Inseam: 27.5"
Thigh: 14"
Leg opening: 8"

Polar '93
Waist: 20"
Rise: 13"
Inseam: 28.5"
Thigh: 14"
Leg opening: 9"

I have short legs, so I have to do one roll-up on the cuff on the 93's, but the 32" inseam is just right in the Gap ones. They're not the exact same fit, but very close if you get the sizing right. Definitely go up 2" in the length from what you normally wear. I find the Gap ones a little more comfortable to skate in, probably due to the slightly higher rise. I still like the Polar ones, but I find myself wearing the Gap ones more just because I don't want to worry about wrecking some $100 pants.

Thanks, leg opening sounds a bit small but still manageable, Inseam sounds really short though, perhaps I could have gotten the 36x36. Hopefully won't have to exchange. Thank u!
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Post by: j....soy..... on November 25, 2020, 08:49:47 AM
I'll say it again.....leg opening...the wheelbase of pants...

I skate the athletic tapers and got them really long and they aren't bad...they have stretch which I like.
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Speaking of Polar 93's, I found a pretty good alternative for people looking for a cheaper option. 'Barrel jeans' from Gap - https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content (https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=604867002&pcid=999&vid=1&&searchText=barrel%20jeans#pdp-page-content). I have both, and the fit is very similar. If you have the 93's, order 1 size up in the waist and the same length. Compared to regular pants, order your regular waist size and 1 size up in the length.
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These are $22 with the black friday sale going on now. Anyone else got any opinions on these? Deciding between these or some levi's stay loose jeans.
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Literally bought the GAP jeans seconds after seeing this post... Thanks for that!
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bought 36x32 and I returned them, weren't long enough for me but I'm tall. probably going to try the 34" length. Button fly is kind of a bummer though. Also it doesn't say much about the "tall" sizing difference?
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Hows the thigh room/taper etc compared to other pants? do you have to size up much?
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Bought these a while ago and love em. Not quite as roomie as the 93's, but still big. Taper is perfect for me, but I'm short. For 22 bucks, you literally can't go wrong.
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How does taper and leg opening compare to 93s? 36x34 93s fit me great, except the waist is too big. 34x34 fit good and true waist but I'd like them to be a little roomier. If I got a 36x34 in these, do you think they'd look more like 36 or 34 93s
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Slightly more tapered than the 93's. I have the Gap ones in 38x32 and the 93's in 36x32. I took measurements on both (laid flat on the ground) to compare.

Gap
Waist: 19.5"
Rise: 14"
Inseam: 27.5"
Thigh: 14"
Leg opening: 8"

Polar '93
Waist: 20"
Rise: 13"
Inseam: 28.5"
Thigh: 14"
Leg opening: 9"

I have short legs, so I have to do one roll-up on the cuff on the 93's, but the 32" inseam is just right in the Gap ones. They're not the exact same fit, but very close if you get the sizing right. Definitely go up 2" in the length from what you normally wear. I find the Gap ones a little more comfortable to skate in, probably due to the slightly higher rise. I still like the Polar ones, but I find myself wearing the Gap ones more just because I don't want to worry about wrecking some $100 pants.
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Thanks, leg opening sounds a bit small but still manageable, Inseam sounds really short though, perhaps I could have gotten the 36x36. Hopefully won't have to exchange. Thank u!
just got the gap ones myself. I ordered a 30 length because thatís what I wear in every other brand, but I couldíve benefitted from ordering a 32 length. Maybe itís just the cut of them that makes it feel strange
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Post by: bighead on November 25, 2020, 09:35:57 AM
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New Deal Pantsin are back
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they arenít back until the release them in different shades of colors you vomit

Excited to get these in the mail!
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Post by: FrozenIndustries on November 25, 2020, 09:37:08 AM
I'll say it again.....leg opening...the wheelbase of pants...

I skate the athletic tapers and got them really long and they aren't bad...they have stretch which I like.

Hahaha, yes! No matter how you like your pants to fit the leg opening is the secret sauce that is the make or break.
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Post by: Crap on November 25, 2020, 12:19:57 PM
Thanks, leg opening sounds a bit small but still manageable, Inseam sounds really short though, perhaps I could have gotten the 36x36. Hopefully won't have to exchange. Thank u!
just got the gap ones myself. I ordered a 30 length because thatís what I wear in every other brand, but I couldíve benefitted from ordering a 32 length. Maybe itís just the cut of them that makes it feel strange

Yeah, I wear a 30 inseam in most pants. I originally got 30 inseam in the Gap ones, but exchanged them for 32's. The rise is pretty high, though - if you wear them lower on your waist, you may still be good with the 30's.

For me, the rise is the wheelbase of pants. I have a long torso and short legs (I'm 6' tall, but only wear 30" inseams) - a lot of pants fit me like 2003 Britney Spears jeans because the rise is too low.
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Post by: TwisT on November 25, 2020, 03:25:16 PM
Anyone know who makes pastel or bright solid cargos? Iím tired of black, grey, olive, tan.
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Post by: Stephens Lawyer on November 25, 2020, 05:11:08 PM
I do. However, legally speaking, I cannot comment on their current whereabouts.
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Post by: Frank on November 26, 2020, 12:17:09 AM
Anyone know who makes pastel or bright solid cargos? Iím tired of black, grey, olive, tan.

get tan ones, bleach em, recolor.
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Post by: sadnocomply on November 26, 2020, 08:24:55 AM
Copped a few vans, domestics, butter goods pants from the seasons sale. Damn good finds and prices on there! Baggy bois for life
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Post by: jay_nev on November 26, 2020, 08:30:18 AM
Copped a few vans, domestics, butter goods pants from the seasons sale. Damn good finds and prices on there! Baggy bois for life
vans chino glide pro for $50 is good highly recommended pant
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Post by: sadnocomply on November 26, 2020, 08:33:47 AM
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Copped a few vans, domestics, butter goods pants from the seasons sale. Damn good finds and prices on there! Baggy bois for life
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vans chino glide pro for $50 is good highly recommended pant
bro seriously. I wear my chino glide pros for work and skate my baggys. Best of both worlds
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Post by: JamesFardy on November 26, 2020, 10:10:25 AM
Anyone familiar with the difference between the dickies  873 and 874 ? I have a few pairs of the 874 but Nothing of the 873, they SEEM similar.
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Post by: cant kickflip but can tre on November 26, 2020, 10:19:20 AM
874's sit on the waist and 873's sit below the waist. 873's are also slimmer in the thigh. I think the leg opening on the 873's might be slightly smaller?? Not too sure on that
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Post by: pizzafliptofakie on November 26, 2020, 11:10:17 AM
873's are definitely slimmer. Not "skinny" or anything, but definitely slimmer than 874s.
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Post by: jay_nev on November 27, 2020, 08:10:01 PM
Leviís 50% these stay loose $24.99

https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/clothing/men/pants/levis-xx-chino-stay-loose-pants/p/393520000