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all gone here
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Nice pics & selection.
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free bump for great presentation and organization of the items...
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free bump for great presentation and organization of the items...

I agree. It is nice too see.
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just beautiful
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I hate you skinny people who can jam into Mabitex pants.
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Money sent on 15.
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I find several in US30 that I am interested in but the waist seems to measure a 32. Anyone have any advice on this? Is this due to pant construction, etc? I've never had a pair of Mabitex. I'm fairly slim and usually wear a 30 or 31 (Banana Republic, JCrew, stuff like that).

Thanks.

Wade
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I find several in US30 that I am interested in but the waist seems to measure a 32. Anyone have any advice on this? Is this due to pant construction, etc? I've never had a pair of Mabitex. I'm fairly slim and usually wear a 30 or 31 (Banana Republic, JCrew, stuff like that).

Thanks.

Wade

Very few pants on the market are their true waist size. Most go up two or three inches. In fact, if you're going with mall brands, the size is probably even larger. See Esquire's article on that here:

http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fa...e-chart-090710

Softy is putting up actual waist size measurements. To get this right, you should just measure your best fitting pants, and then get the ones that correspond most closely. I imagine if you wear a size 30, you actually want pants that have an actual 32 inch waist. Otherwise, you will not be able to sit down or eat.
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Very few pants on the market are their true waist size. Most go up two or three inches. In fact, if you're going with mall brands, the size is probably even larger. See Esquire's article on that here:

http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fa...e-chart-090710

Softy is putting up actual waist size measurements. To get this right, you should just measure your best fitting pants, and then get the ones that correspond most closely. I imagine if you wear a size 30, you actually want pants that have an actual 32 inch waist. Otherwise, you will not be able to sit down or eat.

Good advice, was going to say the same. Also, keep in mind these are also lower rise, which typically means you would want the waist to fit bigger than higher rise pants. Much easier/less messy to bring in the waist on the cottons as opposed to letting out so that thread holes and such aren't visible.

Great pants and great seller.
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Damn, I missed all the good stuff in my size.
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Very few pants on the market are their true waist size. Most go up two or three inches. In fact, if you're going with mall brands, the size is probably even larger. See Esquire's article on that here: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fa...e-chart-090710 Softy is putting up actual waist size measurements. To get this right, you should just measure your best fitting pants, and then get the ones that correspond most closely. I imagine if you wear a size 30, you actually want pants that have an actual 32 inch waist. Otherwise, you will not be able to sit down or eat.
Mabitex runs very TTS. My actual waist is a 36 but I buy jeans in 33 or 34. If I attempt a 34 in Mabitex they look like jeggings. Great pants and organization!
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Mabitex runs very TTS. My actual waist is a 36 but I buy jeans in 33 or 34. If I attempt a 34 in Mabitex they look like jeggings. Great pants and organization!
I assume you only do this with raw denims, where the waist measurements stretch out over time. If your actual waist size is 36, buying 33 or 34 in almost any pair of pants would be a bad idea (exception being of course raw denims). That said, Mabitex run closer to TTS than most mall brand clothes, but they're not completely TTS. The only real TTS pants I've ever encountered have been Pantas. Mabitex I think still gives you 1 to 2 inches extra in the waist, as evidenced by softy's measurements.
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Price drops.
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these look awesome, can you PM me? i don't have PM privileges yet
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