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post #46 of 73
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Originally Posted by Dai19 View Post
Cargo shorts are for the chubby guy in IT to tuck his polo shirts into. Stop deluding yourself into thinking you need all those pockets;

nobody "needs" anything posted in this forum
post #47 of 73
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Originally Posted by Dai19 View Post
Cargo shorts are for the chubby guy in IT to tuck his polo shirts into.


and for the skinny guy in texas to carry a wallet, cell phone, beer coozie, keys, knife, lighter, and flask during the summer.
post #48 of 73
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Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post
and for the skinny guy in texas to carry a wallet, cell phone, beer coozie, keys, knife, lighter, and flask during the summer.

I regularly carry my cellphone, a knife, keys, a lighter (a big ol' vintage one), and my wallet in my jeans. It's really not that difficult.

A flask may be a bit more difficult to conceal, but you probably already look like a vagrant so you may as well just hold it in your hands.
post #49 of 73
yeah, because jeans are so practical in 90+ degree weather. i suppose you're gonna suggest a man-purse next?
post #50 of 73
Substitute jeans with pretty much any pants that have 4 pockets. I wasn't implying that denim allowed for higher load capacity, and I can't really imagine how you got that from my original post.

But if you're absolutely set on reserving a special pocket for each of your gadgets/paraphernalia, may I suggest these?


Only $45.
http://www.scottevest.com/v3_store/t...s-shorts.shtml
post #51 of 73
Plus jeans are pretty okay in 90+ degree weather. Learn to swallow a little bit of temporary discomfort so that you can look like an adult human. People who go to shorts or mesh when it gets hot out are like people who carry around little granola bars with them "just in case they get hungry". Really? You don't have the personal fortitude to wait until the AC comes on/ it's time for lunch? It's one step away from wearing Depends everywhere you go.
post #52 of 73
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Plus jeans are pretty okay in 90+ degree weather. Learn to swallow a little bit of temporary discomfort so that you can look like an adult human. People who go to shorts or mesh when it gets hot out are like people who carry around little granola bars with them "just in case they get hungry". Really? You don't have the personal fortitude to wait until the AC comes on/ it's time for lunch? It's one step away from wearing Depends everywhere you go.

easy to say when you're a robot...
post #53 of 73
That link to scottevest has got one of the goofiest videos I've seen in awhile.
post #54 of 73
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Plus jeans are pretty okay in 90+ degree weather. Learn to swallow a little bit of temporary discomfort so that you can look like an adult human. People who go to shorts or mesh when it gets hot out are like people who carry around little granola bars with them "just in case they get hungry". Really? You don't have the personal fortitude to wait until the AC comes on/ it's time for lunch? It's one step away from wearing Depends everywhere you go.
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
I actually really like Vibram FiveFingers.
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post #55 of 73
Sorry, jeans suck once it hits 90. Maybe some khakis, seersucker, or madras pants. But if it's over 90, there are much better options than jeans.
post #56 of 73
like jorts...
post #57 of 73
utilikilts are still ok though, right?
post #58 of 73
^^ But Vibram Fivefingers are actually great if you're into barefoot running but live in an area where there may be a lot of debris.

People who wear them around town are pretty dumb, but they do have an intended purpose.
post #59 of 73
I wouldn't wear these to an interview:

post #60 of 73
man, what the hell? why does it freak me out to look at them? it's like the uncanny valley of shoes
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