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07-15-2011, 09:07 AM #31
i rock the shit out of my dockers! teflon insulated and unbreakable.
12-24-2011, 05:00 AM #32Senior Member
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Levi's for jeans...
Cant go wrong there
02-03-2012, 08:20 PM #33
Bumping this thread wide open again. Still looking to expand the selection and am interested in hearing everyone chime in. Also, my main objective here is to find some options that truly fit properly. I'm a bigger dude (waist not height) at 215 lbs and 5'10" and wear 36/30 or 38/30. Any suggestions on type of cut for my build?
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02-03-2012, 10:51 PM #34
^^ mine is 34/29 or 34/30. I'm 5' 10" and 190 pounds and LOVE Haggar pants from Kohls. Great, slim look and somewhat stretchy fit. Very nice look and clean cut.L4P's Advisor on Pink Tacos and Manual Gearboxes
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02-03-2012, 11:19 PM #35
I'm 5'10 180, honest 33" waist. I like my pants to be slimmer cut, but not tight. I usually wear Straight Slims in my denim lines. That said, for sheer comfort and value, I'm a fan of a few of the khaki type brands they carry at Urban Outfitters. My favorites are Toddland, with Hawkins McGill and Pennystock being a close second and third. You're looking at about 50 to 75 bucks retail, often a bit less if you're a sale hunter. Definitely reasonable considering what designer trousers cost these days on average.
I have a few pair of other-than-denim Levis too. They make some thin cords that are modern cut and in some cool, but subdued colors. They do a twill pant too that are jean-cut, but in chino type material.
My .04 cents (inflation).
03-02-2012, 09:51 PM #36
If you're still looking for alternatives, one option is from J-Crew. Their lightweight / summer-weight Essex line wears very comfortablely, comes in several attractive colors, and works throughout the year. It's my favorite right now.
Lightweight Essex pant in classic fit - pants - Men's new arrivals - J.Crew
07-15-2012, 03:54 AM #37