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It might be pricey but I really would check out RLX, they have some sweats that taper nicely. They also go on deep discount if you can wait but it is definitely worth a try if you're by a Macys or Bloomingdales.

H&M also some cheap sweat pants that taper well for around $10-$15. It isn't some amazing tech fabric but it can work if you want that taper look for lounging or even running.

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I find the nike pants to fit much better than my ten year old pair at least which are still going strong but look terrible.
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the track pants from zappos i got are good, but i bought them to wear to the gym, so something really tight/super tapered wouldn't work.

i too am on the lookout for a good pair of lounge sweats.
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^you got large right? how do they fit

every part of my fit is on point cept my damn pants, maybe i need to go to niketown and see wtf they got
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i too am on the lookout for a good pair of lounge sweats.

Don't want to sound like a broken record but definitely check out RLX if you can.


Just got some Ervell track pants with oxford waistbands and cuffs. It's pretty nice.
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^ let me know if you ever find any. i have the same experience as you, and the same with Under armour, adidas, and the usual suspects. the only thing that i was able to wear that didn't look idiotic was a pair of North Faces sized down 2 (i needed waterproof pants)

All these sportswear companies need to realize that the width of a leg opening should not be equal to the length of your shoe, with a 6" rise.
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It might be pricey but I really would check out RLX, they have some sweats that taper nicely. They also go on deep discount if you can wait but it is definitely worth a try if you're by a Macys or Bloomingdales.

H&M also some cheap sweat pants that taper well for around $10-$15. It isn't some amazing tech fabric but it can work if you want that taper look for lounging or even running.

I'll keep an eye out. Thanks.
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Nike needs to just retro the old school track pants.

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Not sure why can't make proper fitting pants that aren't dior length on a medium.

The knit track pants I tried had a nice taper but the the regular woven pants were paper thin and had a 9" hem.
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Oversized? I own it and if anything it fits short and slightly wide. Definitley not oversized.

I'm a true XS and Nike doesn't usually make that, but sometimes S fits me(mostly in jackets though). I was swimming in the small I just returned. So it might actually be true to size and I'm just small. The cocona shirts I have from a local outdoor company is wearing out so I think I should just get those wool dri-fits that jet mentioned. But like RFX, I feel weird about paying full price on Nike stuff that I can wait to get on sale or use a coupon on. I only pay full price for NikeID and quickstrike-esque stuff.
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Pretty solid regardless of women's or men's.
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mmmm buttery red suede

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Nike needs to just retro the old school track pants.
Lols...MJ could buy any car he wanted and he picked that terrible Corvette....in beige lol8[1].gif
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That is probably his rookie or second year in the league, Corvette is ballin enough in your early 20's back then in the early 80's. Plus if you want something American, can't really go wrong with a Corvette.
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New batch of Flyknits has flat laces and cushioned back for the heel/ankle. No more blisters to those who has those problems.
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Which places carry the new batch of flyknits? Is there any way to tell if they are the newer or older versions?

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