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post #16 of 24
Originally Posted by bwp View Post

JCrew shorts fit well, don't last too long however. I have had better luck with Land End Canvas, slim fitting and hold up better than JCrew's offerings.

+1 - I've spent the past couple of summers living in LE Canvas chino shorts and they are great value for money. Comfortable, hard-wearing fabric that softens up nicely, good colours, good length and good pockets. I've got green, granite, natural, Nantucket red and faded navy and I regret not having picked up more!
post #17 of 24
If you are gonna wear shorts you may just as well go about naked.
post #18 of 24
Thread Starter 

Given the climate, nudity would be optimal.  But in light of certain societal constructs and self restraints, shorts have emerged as my best option to beat the heat.

post #19 of 24

Shorts are shorts, honestly. There's really no sartorial way of going about getting high fashion shorts. Get what feels comfortable and what you'd be comfortable wearing. Just don't do the "baggy" look. It's not an attractive style. 

post #20 of 24
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Anyone familiar with these RL Hudson shorts?  I'll probably order some online and return whichever ones don't fit.

post #21 of 24
Did't read any responses, but I have had good luck with PRL shorts.
post #22 of 24
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post #23 of 24
I suggest you try out Calvin Klein for shorts, I got an off-white short with subtle check patterns, great slim fit too!
post #24 of 24

Olivers Apparel. Love mine. 8 inch inseam. Navy or Black. Slim fit. Versatile.

Got them from the original kickstarter campaign. But I think their site is selling them.


Or if you're looking more put-together look try Outlier. Really slim fit but good attention to detail.

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