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post #61 of 1358
Damn. Ordered 2 days before that code. Just got my slim dungarees in. Love them except I was getting used to low rise pants... Still gonna keep them though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #62 of 1358


Outlier og 4 season fit. I shudder at how the slimmer models fit.

These things are perfect. I had to triple/quadruple cuff these - I'll get them hemmed eventually.

Also, the black attracts a lot of dust, pretty annoying.
post #63 of 1358
If anyone is interested in this brand, they should def be on the mailing list.

New pant added to line-up: Nyco Slims.

Look like a nice cut and fabric. Non-stretch fabric apparently brings the price way down, too: $98 is easy on the wallet.
post #64 of 1358
The TA!!! code, didn't work for me when I bought the merino shirt or Nyco slim pants. Doesn't matter, I am very happy with Outlier.

I can't reccomend this brand enough for their quality, fit, details, and customer service. Prices are steep, though the Nyco pants seem to be a decent deal at $98.
post #65 of 1358
I want to pick some stuff eventually but the price for some reason is still hard for me to swallow.

Though this brand may just be my niche. Decisions
post #66 of 1358
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I want to pick some stuff eventually but the price for some reason is still hard for me to swallow.
Though this brand may just be my niche. Decisions

What you thinking of getting?
post #67 of 1358

can someone do a stain / spill test on the nyco slims? curious to see how easy it is to get rid of. wish they came in some sort of dark grey/slate though. 

post #68 of 1358
^trousers and tees mostly. what they seem to be good for essentially IMO
post #69 of 1358

I wore my 3 way shorts at least 2-3 times a week this summer.  Probably my best purchase in a long, long time (except for my uniqlo ocbd's and their wrinkle-free fabric stirpot.gif (10)).  But the fabric on these is insane, light, comfy, just stretchy enough.  I've machine washed and dryed them over 30 times and they still look great, no fading at all.  

post #70 of 1358

Anyone know if the climbers jeans stretch significanty? (In waistband and legs)

post #71 of 1358
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Originally Posted by hhenryhhh View Post


Outlier og 4 season fit. I shudder at how the slimmer models fit.
These things are perfect. I had to triple/quadruple cuff these - I'll get them hemmed eventually.
Also, the black attracts a lot of dust, pretty annoying.

 

Glad they worked out for you.  They fit me horribly.  I tried 2 sizes.  Well made pants, but awful for the shape of my body.  I'm glad they have an excellent return policy and make a variety of pants.

post #72 of 1358
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Originally Posted by Rincon View Post

Anyone know if the climbers jeans stretch significanty? (In waistband and legs)

Yes, it's a stretchy material but will not stretch permanently.
post #73 of 1358
picked up a pair of chinos in my regular size (33), worried they'll be to obig but we'll see
post #74 of 1358
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

Yes, it's a stretchy material but will not stretch permanently.

This. The materials that have stretch in them will give nicely, but none of the materials will stretch out the way cotton/denim does.
post #75 of 1358
Just ordered nyco slims in 34, emailed to get it to 33 as I didn't realize it was 2 sizes up on waist...
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