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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1890 on: July 29, 2022, 01:30:59 PM »
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Does anyone know where I can get a pair of krooked ripstop pants? They seem to be sold out everywhere
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What size ya looking for ?
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small

they got a medium at my shop , looks like they run kinda small though so a medium might be good for ya. let me know and I could get ya hooked up, they are the navy blue ones with the belt.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1891 on: July 29, 2022, 02:23:17 PM »
Range Elastic Baggy Taper

Range elastic loose taper (Salt wash)


I'm 5'10" wearing L.  Elastic waistband is life


What waist size do you think they're equivalent to? Those look nice but with no belt loops I dunno how safe I'd feel going on the looser side.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1892 on: July 29, 2022, 03:26:44 PM »
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Range Elastic Baggy Taper

Range elastic loose taper (Salt wash)


I'm 5'10" wearing L.  Elastic waistband is life
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What waist size do you think they're equivalent to? Those look nice but with no belt loops I dunno how safe I'd feel going on the looser side.

I'd say a 36".  They have built in drawstrings which solves that.  I'm typically a 34 and they feel loose, like I'm relying more on the drawstrings than I am the elastic.  I feel like the M wouldn't be as baggy though.  I'm really interested to see how they fit after a shrink cycle in the dryer, these are unwashed.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1893 on: August 01, 2022, 08:24:32 AM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.

polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1894 on: August 01, 2022, 08:38:25 AM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.
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polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.

Thanks. I should have specified that Iím looking for pants with stretch in the fabric. The waist is not the problem for me, itís the crotch. I canít wear my pants very high as they simply wonít stay there and look goofy on me. So if the rise of the pants is high and thereís no stretch, that can become a bit of a problem especially when the pants start becoming sweaty and start binding to my skin.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1895 on: August 01, 2022, 02:37:15 PM »
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Picked up some vans range relaxed loose tapered.  They are big boys for sure but comfy and light
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Shit. I just ordered some thinking they'd be more "relaxed" loose. How baggy are they?

Update: Got my black Vans Range pants and damn, they are much bigger than I was expecting.

I got a medium (I'm 5' 11", 170), but they're parachute pants on me: Long and super wide. Gonna run 'em through the dryer, but may be looking to sell.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1896 on: August 01, 2022, 08:50:50 PM »
Anybody try the Polar 93 cargos?  If so, how do they fit?  The price is the only thing holding me back, but I cannot find loose fit cargos with a 34" inseam anywhere.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1897 on: August 02, 2022, 04:17:29 AM »
Anybody try the Polar 93 cargos?  If so, how do they fit?  The price is the only thing holding me back, but I cannot find loose fit cargos with a 34" inseam anywhere.

m65 model surplus cargos are usually very loose/baggy.

would just buy a cheap replica like this:


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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1898 on: August 02, 2022, 05:38:49 AM »
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Anybody try the Polar 93 cargos?  If so, how do they fit?  The price is the only thing holding me back, but I cannot find loose fit cargos with a 34" inseam anywhere.
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m65 model surplus cargos are usually very loose/baggy.

would just buy a cheap replica like this:


Got that genie look to em lol. Better off sizing up in some rothco regular fit zipper fly pants

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1899 on: August 03, 2022, 01:12:40 AM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.
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polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.
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Thanks. I should have specified that Iím looking for pants with stretch in the fabric. The waist is not the problem for me, itís the crotch. I canít wear my pants very high as they simply wonít stay there and look goofy on me. So if the rise of the pants is high and thereís no stretch, that can become a bit of a problem especially when the pants start becoming sweaty and start binding to my skin.

@Roisto juste saw your answer....was moving places the last weekend. 550 Levi's you can find on ebay mostly coming from England usually! 1 or 2 sizes up.
The Surf pants don't have stretch in em but move up/ highwater a bit with you just like dickies or carhartt workpants. if you get the surf pants the right size that should not be a problem too. worst case is you degrade the sufs to chiller pants/ non skating pants and have it real comfy! i wear my surfs to work in summer- always look fitting for my work environment and they are no hot boxes wich is nice!

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1900 on: August 03, 2022, 01:25:25 AM »
Got that genie look to em lol. Better off sizing up in some rothco regular fit zipper fly pants

i mean that's cause someone pulled the legopenings together, you can wear them straight legged, too. i like regular bdus more as well, you are correct that they won't be really baggy unless you size up tho.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1901 on: August 03, 2022, 06:26:35 AM »
Magenta OG denim fits better than any other companies baggy jeans for me. Perfect amount of taper , Length and waist for me on a size medium.  Way better than big boys, 93ís , butter goods phillys etc. check Ďem out

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1902 on: August 03, 2022, 08:45:48 AM »
Magenta OG denim fits better than any other companies baggy jeans for me. Perfect amount of taper , Length and waist for me on a size medium.  Way better than big boys, 93ís , butter goods phillys etc. check Ďem out
this guys knows. I love the 93ís but if I need a lil more bag, I been running the OG denims in the dark blue with orange stitch. Fit is amazing. Iíll eventually snag the black and light wash. They have the Magenta OG chino Cords in the same fit but they only on Magenta website currently.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1903 on: August 03, 2022, 09:54:11 AM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.
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polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.
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Thanks. I should have specified that Iím looking for pants with stretch in the fabric. The waist is not the problem for me, itís the crotch. I canít wear my pants very high as they simply wonít stay there and look goofy on me. So if the rise of the pants is high and thereís no stretch, that can become a bit of a problem especially when the pants start becoming sweaty and start binding to my skin.
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@Roisto juste saw your answer....was moving places the last weekend. 550 Levi's you can find on ebay mostly coming from England usually! 1 or 2 sizes up.
The Surf pants don't have stretch in em but move up/ highwater a bit with you just like dickies or carhartt workpants. if you get the surf pants the right size that should not be a problem too. worst case is you degrade the sufs to chiller pants/ non skating pants and have it real comfy! i wear my surfs to work in summer- always look fitting for my work environment and they are no hot boxes wich is nice!

The surf pants have been tempting me. Iím worried they might be too short though. Iíve been spending a lot of money recently and the summer is soon over so maybe Iíll leave the surf pant consideration for next spring.

I wish I had the balls to wear such stuff to work. Our office is so fancy corporate ďsmartĒ even though thereís no dress code and no one will give you shit for wearing whatever but almost everyone is dressed up real smart and I donít like attention that much.  :-X

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1904 on: August 03, 2022, 04:59:52 PM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.
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polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.
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Thanks. I should have specified that Iím looking for pants with stretch in the fabric. The waist is not the problem for me, itís the crotch. I canít wear my pants very high as they simply wonít stay there and look goofy on me. So if the rise of the pants is high and thereís no stretch, that can become a bit of a problem especially when the pants start becoming sweaty and start binding to my skin.
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@Roisto juste saw your answer....was moving places the last weekend. 550 Levi's you can find on ebay mostly coming from England usually! 1 or 2 sizes up.
The Surf pants don't have stretch in em but move up/ highwater a bit with you just like dickies or carhartt workpants. if you get the surf pants the right size that should not be a problem too. worst case is you degrade the sufs to chiller pants/ non skating pants and have it real comfy! i wear my surfs to work in summer- always look fitting for my work environment and they are no hot boxes wich is nice!
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The surf pants have been tempting me. Iím worried they might be too short though. Iíve been spending a lot of money recently and the summer is soon over so maybe Iíll leave the surf pant consideration for next spring.

I wish I had the balls to wear such stuff to work. Our office is so fancy corporate ďsmartĒ even though thereís no dress code and no one will give you shit for wearing whatever but almost everyone is dressed up real smart and I donít like attention that much.  :-X

Iím 6í4Ē with a 32-34Ē inseam and I got the medium tall surf pants and they fit great. Plenty of length. They do high water a little when I sit down but not bad
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1905 on: August 03, 2022, 07:08:17 PM »
In the uk are Leviís or dickies more tha carhartt WIP?

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1906 on: August 03, 2022, 08:53:44 PM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.
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polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.
[close]

Thanks. I should have specified that Iím looking for pants with stretch in the fabric. The waist is not the problem for me, itís the crotch. I canít wear my pants very high as they simply wonít stay there and look goofy on me. So if the rise of the pants is high and thereís no stretch, that can become a bit of a problem especially when the pants start becoming sweaty and start binding to my skin.
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@Roisto juste saw your answer....was moving places the last weekend. 550 Levi's you can find on ebay mostly coming from England usually! 1 or 2 sizes up.
The Surf pants don't have stretch in em but move up/ highwater a bit with you just like dickies or carhartt workpants. if you get the surf pants the right size that should not be a problem too. worst case is you degrade the sufs to chiller pants/ non skating pants and have it real comfy! i wear my surfs to work in summer- always look fitting for my work environment and they are no hot boxes wich is nice!
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The surf pants have been tempting me. Iím worried they might be too short though. Iíve been spending a lot of money recently and the summer is soon over so maybe Iíll leave the surf pant consideration for next spring.

I wish I had the balls to wear such stuff to work. Our office is so fancy corporate ďsmartĒ even though thereís no dress code and no one will give you shit for wearing whatever but almost everyone is dressed up real smart and I donít like attention that much.  :-X
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Iím 6í4Ē with a 32-34Ē inseam and I got the medium tall surf pants and they fit great. Plenty of length. They do high water a little when I sit down but not bad

Thanks. I didnít know they made different length versions. Iím about 6í2Ē and inseam is 32-34Ē depending on the fit so maybe they could work nicely for me! All this new info is tempting me even worse but Iíll still try to hold until I have a better financial situation.  :P

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1907 on: August 04, 2022, 06:06:04 AM »
Sorry if I asked about this earlier, but does anyone here have the Vans Authentic Loose chino? I think those elastic baggy ones posted earlier might be too big for me, and I have a pair of the standard Vans chinos that are a tad too slim for my taste, so I'm sorta thinking Loose chino might be my goldilocks pant.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1908 on: August 05, 2022, 10:25:42 AM »
I know I am late to this game, but since I'm apparently at least one or two pant sizes up from what I was throughout my 30s, I pulled the trigger on some CCS relaxed original chinos and these things are pretty great. They're definitely not Polar Surf loose, which is fine as I am nearly 42 years old, but plenty loose for skating with a very nice, high quality cotton that softened nicely after just one washing. Definitely a pair of skate pants you could wear on a date or to work without being self-conscious. Price is great, too.

Since, as I noted, I am now a fully larger human being in need of new pants, I just ordered four more.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1909 on: August 05, 2022, 11:00:40 AM »
I just bought a couple pairs of 550s off a pal (shout out to @Urtripping ) and they're great. I bought TTS so they're loose but definitely not baggy, and they taper really nicely at the cuff. If you want a baggy fit, you probably need to order 1-2 sizes up in the waist.

Plenty of room in the thigh and knee, there's no stretch but I didn't feel inhibited at all skating.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1910 on: August 05, 2022, 11:52:27 AM »
I've managed to hold off on buying any Polar pants until recently when I finally caved and got the 44 cords from a crazy MLTD sale. They're not baggy per say but more of a loose wide leg fit similar to my Ceeblues and Butter Goods loose fit. I really like the fit of them but my only complaint is that the cord material is thick and kind of rough. Not as soft as any of my other cord pants, but maybe they'll break in and soften with wear.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1911 on: August 05, 2022, 01:03:04 PM »
In the uk are Leviís or dickies more tha carhartt WIP?

Carhartt WIP costs the most then possibly Dickies (wearing Dickies in the UK is basically Cosplay) and then Levis Skateboarding.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1912 on: August 05, 2022, 01:12:26 PM »
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Are there any decent loose fit jeans with proper stretch (at least 2% elastane) in them? I love the fit of the Polar 93s but I could do with some stretch especially when they get really sweaty. Loosest jeans with stretch I have are Volcom Modown jeans and theyíre more of a relaxed fit instead of loose.
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Levi's 550 has a few colors with stretch. Go a couple sizes up for loose fit. Super comfortable.
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Thanks. For some reason the 550 seems to next to nonexistent in Europe. I did find Leviís skateboarding baggy jeans but am wondering if those would be more similar to Polar Big Boys which donít really work that well for me. Maybe Iíll order a pair to see how they fit.

Thanks @chillclinton87. I canít do Nike. Some chinos would be cool though.
[close]

polar surf pants and the welcome principal pants

someone shit on the welcome pants earlier i think because they put them in the dryer but i have a pair and honestly they're pretty solid just a wee-bit heavy for the summer months.
[close]

Thanks. I should have specified that Iím looking for pants with stretch in the fabric. The waist is not the problem for me, itís the crotch. I canít wear my pants very high as they simply wonít stay there and look goofy on me. So if the rise of the pants is high and thereís no stretch, that can become a bit of a problem especially when the pants start becoming sweaty and start binding to my skin.
[close]

@Roisto juste saw your answer....was moving places the last weekend. 550 Levi's you can find on ebay mostly coming from England usually! 1 or 2 sizes up.
The Surf pants don't have stretch in em but move up/ highwater a bit with you just like dickies or carhartt workpants. if you get the surf pants the right size that should not be a problem too. worst case is you degrade the sufs to chiller pants/ non skating pants and have it real comfy! i wear my surfs to work in summer- always look fitting for my work environment and they are no hot boxes wich is nice!
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The surf pants have been tempting me. Iím worried they might be too short though. Iíve been spending a lot of money recently and the summer is soon over so maybe Iíll leave the surf pant consideration for next spring.

I wish I had the balls to wear such stuff to work. Our office is so fancy corporate ďsmartĒ even though thereís no dress code and no one will give you shit for wearing whatever but almost everyone is dressed up real smart and I donít like attention that much.  :-X
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Iím 6í4Ē with a 32-34Ē inseam and I got the medium tall surf pants and they fit great. Plenty of length. They do high water a little when I sit down but not bad

same!  i'm 6'3 about 195lbs and also rock an M-tall in the surf pants.  i could definitely do a large also, but they would be baggier than id want.  the M allows for the waist to stay put and still give me a good silhouette

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1913 on: August 05, 2022, 05:13:56 PM »
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In the uk are Leviís or dickies more tha carhartt WIP?
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Carhartt WIP costs the most then possibly Dickies (wearing Dickies in the UK is basically Cosplay) and then Levis Skateboarding.

What about just regular Levis?  I always hear what people pay for dickies in the rest of the world and laughÖ not worth it. 

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1914 on: August 05, 2022, 05:19:07 PM »
Those eS baggy pants look like they have some potential to be nice fitting, but given what Iíve heard about the shoes these days Iíd be worried about quality
https://esskateboarding.com/collections/apparel/products/baggy-denim-light-blue-5130002112-450

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1915 on: Today at 08:05:28 AM »
I just bought a couple pairs of 550s off a pal (shout out to @Urtripping ) and they're great. I bought TTS so they're loose but definitely not baggy, and they taper really nicely at the cuff. If you want a baggy fit, you probably need to order 1-2 sizes up in the waist.

Plenty of room in the thigh and knee, there's no stretch but I didn't feel inhibited at all skating.

Hell yeah glad they're working! I love a pair of 550s in 36x30. If you're 5'8"-6' and medium build, they'll be nice and loose but still have a nice noticeable taper and slim leg opening.

560s are sick too tho, you can buy tts and they are a baggier fit.
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