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norsefanboi

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I never really understood this, what do you all have against wearing a belt?
90% of my bottoms fit without the need for a belt but I still wear a belt anyways just so that they don’t slide down when I bend down, get in and out of a booth, sit up on a bar stool, etc.
I find when pants stretch in the waist is when I don’t wear a belt and they slide down just enough so when you sit it stretches because now you’re on the waistband more.
A belt legit adds little to no extra weight or bulk, you can’t see it 99% of the time, and it’s not uncomfortable.
for me it's two fold.
1. I hate the buckle touching my skin when I sit, bend down etc
2. I don't like the waist line of the pants bunching up at parts which is inevitable if you're putting a belt on because the waist is too big
 

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for me it's two fold.
1. I hate the buckle touching my skin when I sit, bend down etc
2. I don't like the waist line of the pants bunching up at parts which is inevitable if you're putting a belt on because the waist is too big
+ having to deal with it while using the restroom 👎🏻
 

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Any major differences between the raglan hoodie vs the OS cropped?
 

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Any major differences between the raglan hoodie vs the OS cropped?
They are extremely different.

Raglan is more of a slim fit and bunches up at the waist. It has those raglan sleeves that can be seen at the shoulders.

OS Cropped is oversized and drapes with a lot of room over the waist. Dropped shoulders. OS Cropped actually isn't cropped at all. Don't let the name fool you.
 

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Speaking of belts the built in belt on my “waterproof“ Sochi sweatpants broke. Also the cinch at the cuff has gotten extremely thin and looks like it’s about to go. All this after about 10 hours of wear at my office. I hit up JE to ask is there is anything that could be done and that I felt sorta ripped off. They offered store credit and im a happy camper.
 

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hood is also larger on the raglan

maybe i just have too much hair or a big head or something, but the hood on the os cropped was barely usable ime
Strange. It was the other way around for me. If I hadn't sized up in the Raglan Hoodie, it would have been much smaller than the OS Cropped's. Raglan Hoodie is smaller all around. You can see this in the model pictures, too.

OS Cropped Hoodie has a huge hood. In fact, I'm hesitant to buy any other JE hoodies because I like bigger hoods and most JE hoodies' hoods are way too small for practical use.
 

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