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post #16 of 47
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
fuck you OP. i hate these threads. dumb fucks worried about what they're wearing in the gym.

+1 no one gives a shit everyone understands if your not dressed to the nines in the gym
post #17 of 47
The only guys at my gym who wear sweatpants are the ones that never lift legs. Go figure.
post #18 of 47
I found ecko sweats to be nice and a bit on the tighter side. How tight are yo looking. i guess you can try champions also. Nikes and armani ones are alot looser fit. Those are the only 4 brands I have thought
post #19 of 47
you might want to try the sweats available at H&M. They should run you about $20-$25. I wear those to the gym, and while they're not perfect in terms of fit (a teeny bit baggy in the thighs), they're miles ahead of what I've found at macy's, target, champion's, Nike, etc. with a pair of high-top running sneakers, the H&M ones look pretty good, as the bottom of the pant drapes over the shoes, giving it a boot-cut look rather than the horrible tapered look I've seen on all my other (now discarded) sweats.

personally, I'm not necessarily looking for slim fit sweats myself, but more of a boot-cut style, so take that into account.
post #20 of 47
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Originally Posted by aniym View Post
personally, I'm not necessarily looking for slim fit sweats myself, but more of a boot-cut style, so take that into account.

boot-cut sweats? as in "not for the gym but actually 'out' places"

I'm not sure that a guy can pull it off without looking like a total slob.
post #21 of 47
ask plaxico burress.
post #22 of 47
I always wear shorts when I workout. I personally can't stand wearing pants when exercising unless I'm outside and its cold. Either that, or wearing the pants to warm-up quickly then take them off once I feel good.
post #23 of 47
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Originally Posted by aniym View Post
personally, I'm not necessarily looking for slim fit sweats myself, but more of a boot-cut style, so take that into account.

Maybe you could get some terry cloth and have bespoke sweats made.
post #24 of 47
Adidas track pants.
post #25 of 47
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
fuck you OP. i hate these threads. dumb fucks worried about what they're wearing in the gym.

Well said.
post #26 of 47
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Originally Posted by Spatlese View Post
I still can't picture this brand covering anything other than shapely, fit, female asses. Maybe some day I'll see the light.

Actually, I usually see lululemon on grossly overweight she-slobs who must think that tossing on some lulu will give them an 'athletic vibe' and make us not notice the muffin-top-middle-and-bottom they gots goin' on.
post #27 of 47
good call

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Originally Posted by unjung View Post
Maybe you could get some terry cloth and have bespoke sweats made.
post #28 of 47
fat F.I.T bitches love that shit


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Originally Posted by Doc4 View Post
Actually, I usually see lululemon on grossly overweight she-slobs who must think that tossing on some lulu will give them an 'athletic vibe' and make us not notice the muffin-top-middle-and-bottom they gots goin' on.
post #29 of 47
RLPL sweatshirt/pants.
post #30 of 47
rugby has a pair of great fleece pants right now. and a&f has some good fleece pants at the moment that are only 40 bucks
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