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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1080 on: May 29, 2021, 01:20:23 PM »
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Tried on some of the Polar surf pants the other day after seeing them in person for the first time, and they were so comfy i couldn't stop thinking about them so ordered a pair yesterday. Super lightweight, feels like you're not even wearing pants. Baggy with the perfect subtle taper. Ordered them online yesterday and they just showed up at work, had to take a quick fit pic

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How's the sizing in these and which size did you go for? Deciding between a Large and XL
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Technically i should probably wear 32 or 33 but usually buy 34, with a 30 leg. In these i bought Large.
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easy! thank you, bro. I think they might be too short for me (6.1 ft) in a large then. XL might just be a never ending sack. Im usually a 34 in length

/these look good tho!
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get medium talls, the proportions are just a little bit better than the XLs and only one inch shorter due to slightly shorter rise (so they're less droopy). Inseam is the same.

I'm 6 5 and the XLs are still the best lengthwise but I prefer the way the medium talls fit they just look a bit more proportionate. Large will also be long enough for you most likely.
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Thank you, my man! Was looking for a substitute of my dickies (hidden), which unfortunately I cannot find anymore across the net and always wanted to have my hands on a surf pant for summer. I kinda need to put my hope into the large size, as medium tall is nowhere be found in my region anymore.

Is that medium tall size only available in the polar online store? Ive hardly seen that size in any other shops anyway
Yeah I think L should be fine, I'm 5'11" and can wear these with a double cuff, i just prefer them stacked.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1081 on: May 31, 2021, 01:30:21 PM »
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1082 on: June 01, 2021, 12:54:03 AM »
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just ordered my first pairs of levis in over a decade
550 34x38 in black and dark stonewash

not sure how much these will shrink in the wash but 36-37 is my ideal length. almost two full sizes up in the waist so i hope they are the right amount of baggy
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550s are great. 38 inseam will be plenty long, like super long but thats what youíre going for it sounds like. They will definitely be baggy since you sized up 2 sizes. I run mine true to size and they feel decently loose. Did you happen to get the stretch levi's by chance? Those ones always feel slightly baggier in my experience.
these are just the regular denim. wore them today and will probably do 36x38 in the future, they are loose but not realy baggy in 34. satisfied enough with the fit to not make the return though
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1083 on: June 01, 2021, 02:10:01 AM »
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just ordered my first pairs of levis in over a decade
550 34x38 in black and dark stonewash

not sure how much these will shrink in the wash but 36-37 is my ideal length. almost two full sizes up in the waist so i hope they are the right amount of baggy
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550s are great. 38 inseam will be plenty long, like super long but thats what youíre going for it sounds like. They will definitely be baggy since you sized up 2 sizes. I run mine true to size and they feel decently loose. Did you happen to get the stretch levi's by chance? Those ones always feel slightly baggier in my experience.
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these are just the regular denim. wore them today and will probably do 36x38 in the future, they are loose but not realy baggy in 34. satisfied enough with the fit to not make the return though

What is the 38 length like? I get away with wearing a 34 inseam but Iím also 6í6. Thinking about getting at least 36 inseam next time and a wrist size larger than true to size. That would be a 38 x 36 which sounds weird in my head

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1084 on: June 01, 2021, 04:28:18 AM »
Got my ASOS Ultra Baggy Jeans in the MAil over the weekend. I ordered 34 width (usually i am 32) and a 30 Length like the dude with the tiagos and the fire Fits!

They fit well baggy for me being 5'7 and pretty true in lenght.
Denim is soft and light wich will be very welcomed if summer ever comes this year.

I Imagine them fitting pretty close to the Butter goods philly jeans in 32.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1085 on: June 01, 2021, 08:31:45 AM »
asos is dirt don't give them your money

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1086 on: June 01, 2021, 01:38:41 PM »
I'm in canada and my Asos pants have been in shipping limbo for 2 weeks now. I already regretted giving them money so this is karma I guess

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1087 on: June 01, 2021, 03:32:52 PM »
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just ordered my first pairs of levis in over a decade
550 34x38 in black and dark stonewash

not sure how much these will shrink in the wash but 36-37 is my ideal length. almost two full sizes up in the waist so i hope they are the right amount of baggy
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550s are great. 38 inseam will be plenty long, like super long but thats what youíre going for it sounds like. They will definitely be baggy since you sized up 2 sizes. I run mine true to size and they feel decently loose. Did you happen to get the stretch levi's by chance? Those ones always feel slightly baggier in my experience.
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these are just the regular denim. wore them today and will probably do 36x38 in the future, they are loose but not realy baggy in 34. satisfied enough with the fit to not make the return though
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What is the 38 length like? I get away with wearing a 34 inseam but Iím also 6í6. Thinking about getting at least 36 inseam next time and a wrist size larger than true to size. That would be a 38 x 36 which sounds weird in my head
38 length is giving me the right amount of stack. these would be my best looking baggy jeans if they were a bit bigger in the waist but 38x38 sounds insane
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1088 on: June 02, 2021, 01:34:38 AM »
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just ordered my first pairs of levis in over a decade
550 34x38 in black and dark stonewash

not sure how much these will shrink in the wash but 36-37 is my ideal length. almost two full sizes up in the waist so i hope they are the right amount of baggy
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550s are great. 38 inseam will be plenty long, like super long but thats what youíre going for it sounds like. They will definitely be baggy since you sized up 2 sizes. I run mine true to size and they feel decently loose. Did you happen to get the stretch levi's by chance? Those ones always feel slightly baggier in my experience.
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these are just the regular denim. wore them today and will probably do 36x38 in the future, they are loose but not realy baggy in 34. satisfied enough with the fit to not make the return though
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What is the 38 length like? I get away with wearing a 34 inseam but Iím also 6í6. Thinking about getting at least 36 inseam next time and a wrist size larger than true to size. That would be a 38 x 36 which sounds weird in my head
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38 length is giving me the right amount of stack. these would be my best looking baggy jeans if they were a bit bigger in the waist but 38x38 sounds insane

i got me some levis 550s in 38 width and they fit just as wide as 34 carhartt WIP simple pants. With Levi's I seem to always have to go one or two sizes up

Regarding ASOS- i just needed a cheap fix instead of paying 100+Ä for the ButterGoods jeans.  ::)

But yeah, asos seems to be the same fast fashion shit as H&M and all that so likely will not buy anmore anyway

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1089 on: June 02, 2021, 10:42:31 AM »
Does anyone else have to size up for Carhartt pants?
Was looking at the "flex" and don't know if I should go tts...

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1090 on: June 02, 2021, 10:53:38 AM »
Does anyone else have to size up for Carhartt pants?
Was looking at the "flex" and don't know if I should go tts...

I size up for carhartts but only cause the canvas/denim pants tend to be really stiff and i like the extra room to move. If its a flex pair you may be able to get away with tts
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1091 on: June 02, 2021, 11:05:28 AM »
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Does anyone else have to size up for Carhartt pants?
Was looking at the "flex" and don't know if I should go tts...
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I size up for carhartts but only cause the canvas/denim pants tend to be really stiff and i like the extra room to move. If its a flex pair you may be able to get away with tts
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1092 on: June 02, 2021, 11:13:30 AM »
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Does anyone else have to size up for Carhartt pants?
Was looking at the "flex" and don't know if I should go tts...
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I size up for carhartts but only cause the canvas/denim pants tend to be really stiff and i like the extra room to move. If its a flex pair you may be able to get away with tts
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Solid, thank you

I had some regular fit with the flex and they shrank up nice and young after a few washes. Now they look like Dylan cosplay if I wear them.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1093 on: June 04, 2021, 08:14:49 AM »
Still running the baggy surplus BDU cargo when I want to wear loose pants. I got five pairs in size XL Reg; OG Green Vietnam 'Woodland' Camo, Green Vietnam 'Tiger' Camo, Olive Drab, Dark Gray and Light Gray. All from the Goodwill/Salvation Army for less than $10 a pair. Paired with an elastic woven belt this is the ultimate combo for skating. Unfortunately the town I live in gets brutally unbearably hot in the summer and skating in anything but shorts for 5 months out of the year is not feasible. I will begrudgingly skate in shorts if I have to but definitely not my preference

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1095 on: June 04, 2021, 01:12:15 PM »
Still running the baggy surplus BDU cargo when I want to wear loose pants. I got five pairs in size XL Reg; OG Green Vietnam 'Woodland' Camo, Green Vietnam 'Tiger' Camo, Olive Drab, Dark Gray and Light Gray. All from the Goodwill/Salvation Army for less than $10 a pair. Paired with an elastic woven belt this is the ultimate combo for skating. Unfortunately the town I live in gets brutally unbearably hot in the summer and skating in anything but shorts for 5 months out of the year is not feasible. I will begrudgingly skate in shorts if I have to but definitely not my preference

love the second hand og bdus. i need to look out for another pair. i also have a 10 bucks woodland pair still going strong after a decade. i'd rather have a busted real one than a cheap new 20 bucks replica. they don't really cut it and often lose their seams very easily.

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1096 on: June 05, 2021, 12:26:00 PM »


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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1097 on: June 06, 2021, 09:49:49 AM »
Also have a pair of brown Levi's Action Slacks that fit pretty loose and flowy. Super comfortable but 100% Polyester so they stretch fully but don't breathe much and I tend to wear them when it's cold. I have some overalls too, Berne engineer striped indigo bib dungarees, loose fit with a 10" leg opening. They're 100% cotton but surprisingly comfortable, never skated them I think I'm gonna give em a shot today. I've never had overalls before and I thought they were gonna be super hot but they are okay for summer days too

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1098 on: June 10, 2021, 01:58:26 AM »
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Tried on some of the Polar surf pants the other day after seeing them in person for the first time, and they were so comfy i couldn't stop thinking about them so ordered a pair yesterday. Super lightweight, feels like you're not even wearing pants. Baggy with the perfect subtle taper. Ordered them online yesterday and they just showed up at work, had to take a quick fit pic

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How's the sizing in these and which size did you go for? Deciding between a Large and XL
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Technically i should probably wear 32 or 33 but usually buy 34, with a 30 leg. In these i bought Large.
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easy! thank you, bro. I think they might be too short for me (6.1 ft) in a large then. XL might just be a never ending sack. Im usually a 34 in length

/these look good tho!
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get medium talls, the proportions are just a little bit better than the XLs and only one inch shorter due to slightly shorter rise (so they're less droopy). Inseam is the same.

I'm 6 5 and the XLs are still the best lengthwise but I prefer the way the medium talls fit they just look a bit more proportionate. Large will also be long enough for you most likely.
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Thank you, my man! Was looking for a substitute of my dickies (hidden), which unfortunately I cannot find anymore across the net and always wanted to have my hands on a surf pant for summer. I kinda need to put my hope into the large size, as medium tall is nowhere be found in my region anymore.

Is that medium tall size only available in the polar online store? Ive hardly seen that size in any other shops anyway
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Yeah I think L should be fine, I'm 5'11" and can wear these with a double cuff, i just prefer them stacked.

Bought them in large. Most comfy pants I do own. Fit could be a tiny bit larger as I also like to stack, but perfect otherwise 👌 thank you

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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1099 on: June 10, 2021, 07:07:25 AM »
do gramicci pants get any love in this thread? i have a pair of the "loose tapers" and they definitely aren't my first choice for skate pants but as chillers they are great. the standard inseam for them is a little short. the OG G-pants seem to be a decent choice...mine are flexy too which is great.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1100 on: June 10, 2021, 08:32:32 AM »
do gramicci pants get any love in this thread? i have a pair of the "loose tapers" and they definitely aren't my first choice for skate pants but as chillers they are great. the standard inseam for them is a little short. the OG G-pants seem to be a decent choice...mine are flexy too which is great.

I had a pair of thrifted gramiccis a couple years ago that were huge, they were pretty sick but they were size XL and the inseam was way too long for me so i sold em for way less than i should have
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1101 on: June 10, 2021, 08:43:33 AM »
Gap Easy Pants, theyíre super light for the summer and barely feel like youíre wearing pants. Theyíre baggy enough with an elastic waist, but they still look like whatever brand chinos/ camos youíre currently considering. Theyre baggy, but not too baggy if you know what I mean. Theyíre on sale at the outlet stores right now too, just picked up a bunch of them and Iím super happy. The mobility that you have in them is way better than any stretch chino material, itís like skating in swoosh pants.
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1102 on: June 11, 2021, 01:05:53 AM »



Comparison of Polar 93 jeans to Volcom Billow jeans. First pic is Polar, second Volcom and in the third you can see the Volcoms from behind the Polars on the floor. Polar are size 30/32 and Volcom are 30. 30 is what I usually wear so I think both fit me true to size. Volcom ones are a bit wider than the 93s but still not Big Boy category.

I am 186 cm tall (6í1Ē I think) and in tight pants I usually want 34Ē inseam but depending on what kind of a fit Iím after I can be cool with shorter too.

I really like the Polars and am keeping these Volcoms also even though they feel slightly too baggy for me right now but Iím still kinda getting used to wearing baggy pants.  :)

This clip inspired me to get the Volcom Billows. I think thatís what Jorge is wearing here and they look awesome to me:
https://www.instagram.com/reel/CO8jqEYH_EV/?utm_medium=copy_link
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Re: Loose Fit Pants
« Reply #1103 on: June 11, 2021, 09:47:20 AM »
do gramicci pants get any love in this thread? i have a pair of the "loose tapers" and they definitely aren't my first choice for skate pants but as chillers they are great. the standard inseam for them is a little short. the OG G-pants seem to be a decent choice...mine are flexy too which is great.
i posted an example fit of these a bit ago because i noticed they were getting no love but i really fuck with the pair i got off ebay for half price, the g pants are super flexible and while they're not ultimate loose they definitely are nice for the summer.