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Do you know how they compare to Isaora's track pants? Like would it be a waste to own both?

 

I don't have any experience w/ Isaora track pants.

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Those OL track pants looks awesome. 

post #36588 of 45015
They are awesome, but size down. I've only ever worn mine on airplanes.
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If you own the OL Relaxed Trousers do you think alerations could be made, slimming them down, hemming?
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If you own the OL Relaxed Trousers do you think alerations could be made, slimming them down, hemming?

dur, why by pants in a relaxed cut and slim them?
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MOUTON RIDERS

post #36592 of 45015
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dur, why by pants in a relaxed cut and slim them?
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

They are awesome, but size down. I've only ever worn mine on airplanes.
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I reckon i'd wear them about the house / to the local shops on weekends for sure. 

 

And of course when flying also. 

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post #36595 of 45015
Pick that one up off Y! melonade? I didn't see what it ended at, but the starting price was pretty nice
post #36596 of 45015
No one bid, so yeah. Couldn't pass that up
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Nice! It's a great shirt. I could use one in a 44 instead of my 46...
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I'll let you know if I don't want to keep it for some reason.
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damn, been looking for one of those for forever. if either of you are letting one go i'd be interested.
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

Picked up a master piece on Ssense as well. First one.... Fingers crossed.

We had a bunch of them for last year's SS photoshoot. The quality and functionality is up there with the technical brands you can buy here like Mission Workshop, but with much more aesthetically appealing, at least to me.

Mission Workshop bags are actually quite nice to look at as well, but they really look very "tech" - just not really a look that I am that much into. However, if you want to look like a ninja bike messenger, Mission Workshop is great and relatively inexpensive as well.
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