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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by matadorpoeta, Nov 12, 2004.

  1. matadorpoeta

    matadorpoeta Distinguished Member

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    i'm looking for a pair of exercise/workout pants that have elastic cuffs on the ankles. apparently these are terribly out of style at the moment, because i'm unable to find any.

    i'll be using these for soccer and tennis, so i'd prefer something with pockets.

    i'm talking about performance wear (nylon), not sweatpants.

    any ideas?
     


  2. Aaron

    Aaron Distinguished Member

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    A brand that I've had experience with for this sort of thing is Mountain Equipment Co-op. They have some incredibly well made gear and most of my clothing for any outdoor actiivty is from this company (and no I don't work for them...). Â The link below is for some of the shell or light weight pants and tights that might work for you. Hope this helps. MEC Athletic Pants
     




  3. matadorpoeta

    matadorpoeta Distinguished Member

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    thank you both for your suggestions. i appreciate the effort in helping me, but none of the suggestions had elastic cuffs, and many of them appeared to be tight fitting. i need to keep my shoes completely uncovered when playing soccer, and i don't like tight pants. i found what i was looking for under the "warm-ups" section at TennisHut.com i'm surprised that i haven't been able to find these at a brick and mortar store. am i stuck in the '80s? [​IMG]
     


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