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post #691 of 1346
Stretch is minimal, but it's there. Gusset gives you full range of motion unless you're wearing them ultra tight. I really loved the climbers when I had em and you just gotta live with the fact they're gonna be VERY skinny. Super comfortable if you can live with the fit. I find if it's too roomy the pants look like crap. Most fabrics Outlier is using looks kinda shitty unless you wear it in a fairly trim/slim fit.
post #692 of 1346
After days of lazy searching there isn't really an alternative for Outlier in terms of slim technical pants for everyday wear. I hope they roll out with winter pants soon.
post #693 of 1346

^ I think they are going to put them out today: 

 

Outlier@Outlier 4h

Watch out for that new new today!

 

 

New new... New New OGs?  The woolback ones? Or some other winter version of the OGs


Edited by deadsunrise - 10/22/13 at 11:49am
post #694 of 1346

 

nope,  Nyco freeshell: WWW.OUTLIER.CC/NYCOFREE

post #695 of 1346

$365 for that? wow.. 

post #696 of 1346
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Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

Stretch is minimal, but it's there. Gusset gives you full range of motion unless you're wearing them ultra tight. I really loved the climbers when I had em and you just gotta live with the fact they're gonna be VERY skinny. Super comfortable if you can live with the fit. I find if it's too roomy the pants look like crap. Most fabrics Outlier is using looks kinda shitty unless you wear it in a fairly trim/slim fit.

this is so true. I am not entirely happy with the way the fabric of the dungarees kinda flops around, especially at my ankles. I kind of miss wearing normal, stiff denim.
post #697 of 1346
^Yup, the fabric has no body so it just flops there. It'd be really nice if they used a new fabric with a bit more structure. I also wouldn't mind redesigning or designing a whole new pant with an articulated cut. After wearing pants with articulation I never wanna go back.
post #698 of 1346
agreed. I do love the weight of the nyco slims though.
post #699 of 1346
^ If they did an articulated cut with the nyco slims I'd be all fuckin over that.
post #700 of 1346
Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

^Yup, the fabric has no body so it just flops there. It'd be really nice if they used a new fabric with a bit more structure. I also wouldn't mind redesigning or designing a whole new pant with an articulated cut. After wearing pants with articulation I never wanna go back.

 

Well Outlier had the experimental Rain Pants last year. The supermarine cotton stacks a bit better than the dungarees and the rain pants had a hidden expansion insert at the knees:

 

 

I have a pair of acrnm articulated pants (it's the bee's knees) and agree that adding that feature to the nycos or dungarees would be a huge upgrade. However the OGs, Climbers and 60/30 Chinos already offer an amazing range of movement so adding articulated knees to those garments would be primarily about silhouette and fashion imo. Frankly I'd still take a pair of 60/30 Chinos over a pair of Nycos with articulated knees.

 

 

By the way, since denim was mentioned, I've been mulling over Rokker Jeans i.e. raw denim bonded to a schoeller membrane for a real jeans look with tech  performance (and extra biker features — hip and knee protectors). The Rokker Revolution felt nice and comfortable but I didn't get the chance to extensively test the pair. Any reviews on these?

post #701 of 1346
Ya I just got the slim Ds and the fabric is a bit listless... but after wearing those and the 60/30s I am pretty sure that the climbers would look like compression tights on me -- can anyone speak to the general slimness of the climbers compared to the 60/30s or slim Ds?

i would've probably just picked up some new OGs but according to outlier those aren't getting restocked for another 6-8 weeks frown.gif
post #702 of 1346

Climbers are very slim, the cut is the only one out of all outlier clothing that works on me. Im skinny and sized up one so they didnt look like tights, really like how the tts ones hugged my ass though.

post #703 of 1346
^ thanks for the input... are the climbers slim all the way through or just in the knee => ankle taper? i was looking at the actual measurements on the site and they're very similar to the 60/30s; the only really significant difference is in the ankle opening. the new OGs are actually a good bit slimmer in the thigh, which surprised me...
post #704 of 1346

I exchanged new OGs for Climbers because of pocket flare on the former. Climbers are much slimmer in the leg at my true size (31), slightly loose in the waist. actually perfect. no pocket flare problem with the Climbers despite being slimmer fit. I also squat so there's that.

post #705 of 1346
Yea, everything pocket flares if you squat. I've embraced it.
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