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post #31 of 47
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
ask plaxico burress.

Priceless, haha! I'm guilty of wanting nice sweats too. Know that is an oxymoron.
post #32 of 47
"Nice sweatpants" isn't an oxymoron. An oxymoron is the conjunction of two opposite terms, like "giant shrimp". "Nice sweatpants" is just fucking retarded.
post #33 of 47
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
RL make some decent, comfy, warm sweatpants that aren't bad.

If you want something pricier but with more interesting details/fit, Y-3 makes some interesting ones...

This! I bought a pair of Y3 sweatpants about a month ago and I love them.
The are slim and have some nice details too (zippers, belt loops, etc). Recommended.
post #34 of 47
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
The only guys at my gym who wear sweatpants are the ones that never lift legs. Go figure.

conversely, I prefer to wear pants when deadlifting just to minimize scraping.
post #35 of 47
Got some nice slim RLX ones at Macy's last week for $40 on black friday. Good for warming up, I don't wear them for actual working out either but don't understand the hate for not looking good at the gym? How is it any different to dressing like shit on the street.

I see people that can't dress well in many different situations as poorly dressed personally. You know the type that look great in suits, but dont know how to dress on the weekend and end up in dad jeans or with crappy old clothes and tube socks pulled up to your calves in the gym for example.

Dress for yourself gents, no matter where you are....
post #36 of 47
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post
Got some nice slim RLX ones at Macy's last week for $40 on black friday. Good for warming up, I don't wear them for actual working out either but don't understand the hate for not looking good at the gym? How is it any different to dressing like shit on the street.

I see people that can't dress well in many different situations as poorly dressed personally. You know the type that look great in suits, but dont know how to dress on the weekend and end up in dad jeans or with crappy old clothes and tube socks pulled up to your calves in the gym for example.

Dress for yourself gents, no matter where you are....

I agree with this. Unless you have a fitness room at home, you never know what business contacts you might see at the gym. Also, the pretty lady on the elliptical is more likely to go have a drink with you later if you look put together and non-sloblike.
post #37 of 47
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Originally Posted by East2West View Post
This! I bought a pair of Y3 sweatpants about a month ago and I love them.
The are slim and have some nice details too (zippers, belt loops, etc). Recommended.

Belt loops on sweatpants?
post #38 of 47
I did feel like a chick wearing lulumons. I tried on a pair and felt like a 20'something on her way to Yoga class. Yeah, obvious remark, being they were founded around yoga, but they were all tight and my butt was sticking out, and the leg openings slightly flared. Lol.

I do have a pair of running shorts and while they're okay, I don't agree with the build quality being solid. It falls somewhere between crappy and barely acceptable consumer product. The drawstring broke on me (?) and also the rear zip pocket, after maybe 3 wears, ripped at the bottom making it now non-functional - everything falls right through.

I won't purchase any lulumon. It's made for girls anyway. The mens line was just an afterthought.
post #39 of 47
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post
Got some nice slim RLX ones at Macy's last week for $40 on black friday. Good for warming up, I don't wear them for actual working out either but don't understand the hate for not looking good at the gym? How is it any different to dressing like shit on the street.

I see people that can't dress well in many different situations as poorly dressed personally. You know the type that look great in suits, but dont know how to dress on the weekend and end up in dad jeans or with crappy old clothes and tube socks pulled up to your calves in the gym for example.

Dress for yourself gents, no matter where you are....

+1 RLX has some good stuff.
post #40 of 47
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Originally Posted by Scrumhalf View Post
Belt loops on sweatpants?

It sounds funny, I know but dont disregard it until you take a look at them in person
post #41 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.
what a ridiculous post. you take steroids and then criticize the OP for caring about how he looks in the gym? fucking LOL!
post #42 of 47
sorry I cant get this out of my mind http://ourvaluedcustomers.blogspot.c...-happened.html good luck in the hunt, I cant say I've ever found anything thats really caught my interest.
post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by East2West View Post
It sounds funny, I know but dont disregard it until you take a look at them in person

It's not the look that I was commenting on... I just didn't know what they were for... I mean, do people wear belts while working out? I would imagine that an elastic waistband or a drawstring to tighten would be sufficient and much more comfortable.
post #44 of 47
Slim fit and pretty good quality
post #45 of 47
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Originally Posted by changy View Post
Slim fit and pretty good quality
this makes a good argument on why it's good that people care about how they look in the gym.
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