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post #706 of 1360
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Yea, everything pocket flares if you squat. I've embraced it.

For the OGs its just the cut, it sucks. I had major pocket flare and my thighs are nowhere near thick or big.

post #707 of 1360
imho the old 4season og's had better cut than new og's.
Sadly climbers are just way too slim for me, nycos too rough and 60/30 a bit boxy in the thigh, but tailored og's fit perfect.
post #708 of 1360
^ thanks for the help gents... might try a pair of climbers just to see, and size up. if they don't work they've got a pretty solid return policy, so not a huge risk..
post #709 of 1360

man. i've been lurking this thread for a while. i just got the NYCO slims in 28//olive drab and I absolutely love the fit, feel, and utility of them. like a better fitting Urban Slim Fit from Jcrew that resists liquids and feels durable. perfect for fall.

 

so my deal is that i've been eyeing the climbers for a while now. i have been on the checkout page numerous times but am having a tough time committing to $225 plus shipping...

 

can anyone who owns the climbers speak to how they like the pants now, after xx months/years owning them?

 

i live an active lifestyle, work on my feet, bike commute everyday, hike, skate occasionally, and am generally a marriage of style+function kind of dresser. the climbers are extremely attractive for that lifestyle, just ...ya know...the price. 

 

let's hear it: how they living up? worth every penny? leave something to be desired? stylin' or not so much? too slim or just right? 

post #710 of 1360
Think of it as different cut for OG. Climbers are not for climbing (I am sure you read this part by another forumite in this thread, as I have asked the same question before), its just named that way because the fit is in mind for climber-ish body shape

, in contrast to kirins I believe.
I feel like you are wondering if you can get most out of the pants, especially when you mention the whole active lifestyle spiel because, well, hike and skate shouldn't really be relevant when you are contemplating on a pair of dressier casual pants. If you go hike, like real one, this is a wrong forum to ask for pants recommendation. Skate, slip or fall once believe me it will leave noticeable scars depending on the color. Still, as far as "style + function" the whole bottoms department of Outlier is unbeatable in their price point. Sure there are brands with better quality and fit just as good, which you can actually wear to harsh activities and look well at the same time but you will have to drop $$$ many times more than what you pay for the climbers.
post #711 of 1360
I wear my old OG pants climbing all the time. Also for biking. I like them, but I guess they've upped the price these days
post #712 of 1360

Just throwing this out there, but I'm looking for a Pivotal Bomber in slate/large. Interested in black as well if the price is right. 

post #713 of 1360

I just ordered the nyco slims in olive! :)

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post #715 of 1360
Anyone interested in buying a pair of Slim Dungs in 30/31? Neither quite fit me right. 31 has been worn a litlte but looks like nice. 30 I've just tried on and never worn outside of the house. Both are in black..
post #716 of 1360

Did you get them altered or something? They have a pretty awesome return policy that's for like 45 days.

post #717 of 1360
Nah, but I neglected to return them because I was stupid and lazy and it's been over 60 days now..frown.gif
post #718 of 1360

how much for the 31 in black shipped to spain? I have already 2 pairs of slim dungarees, a third one might be too much but if the price is right....

post #719 of 1360

@ceoceo

 

good deal, that's what i was looking for. 

 

thanks for theinfo.

post #720 of 1360
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Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

Think of it as different cut for OG. Climbers are not for climbing (I am sure you read this part by another forumite in this thread, as I have asked the same question before), its just named that way because the fit is in mind for climber-ish body shape

, in contrast to kirins I believe.
I feel like you are wondering if you can get most out of the pants, especially when you mention the whole active lifestyle spiel because, well, hike and skate shouldn't really be relevant when you are contemplating on a pair of dressier casual pants. If you go hike, like real one, this is a wrong forum to ask for pants recommendation. Skate, slip or fall once believe me it will leave noticeable scars depending on the color. Still, as far as "style + function" the whole bottoms department of Outlier is unbeatable in their price point. Sure there are brands with better quality and fit just as good, which you can actually wear to harsh activities and look well at the same time but you will have to drop $$$ many times more than what you pay for the climbers.

Just wondering-- what companies are you referring to that are similar to Outlier but cost a lot more money?

Also FWIW I think I remember reading on their site that "climber" refers to cycling hills
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