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looking for wool trousers, size 32

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by aybojs, Apr 20, 2005.

  1. aybojs

    aybojs Senior member

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    I finally got a new job and could use some wool trousers for work, so I wanted to see if anyone here wanted to sell a new or used pair or point me to a good place to get one. I'm a size 32 and my inseam is 30, so nothing hemmed shorter than that would work. I'm looking for a solid (or subtly patterned) light gray, black, navy, or tan/khaki pair, with flat front highly preferred. My other prerequisite is that the pants be lined and made from a worsted or flannel and not any heavy or coarse winter fabrics.

    That's a lot to ask for, but I figure I'd give it a shot. I'm not getting paid much, so I'd like to keep the cost under $50 barring extreme cases. PM me or post in this thread if you can help out.
     


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    aarghh Senior member

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    Sierra Trading Post had quite a few options, last I looked. The Barry Bricken flannels are a little over your budget, but eminently worth the price. The gabardines aren't bad either.
     


  3. johnnynorman3

    johnnynorman3 Senior member

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    The Bricken flannels are great, but probably out of season at this point.

    You might wanna try Brooks Brothers. Their $98 gabardine pants aren't the greatest quality wool, but they are as good as anything in the price range. Buy two for $148, and use the current sale to bump that down even further.
     


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