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Nice looking sweatpants

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by blackdarkeye, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. blackdarkeye

    blackdarkeye Senior member

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    any good looking slim fit sweatpants out there, i dont care what brand they are and they dont have to have amazing quality,
     
  2. turboman808

    turboman808 Senior member

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    I don't think nice looking and sweat pants really go in the same sentence. [​IMG]
     
  3. ppllzz

    ppllzz Senior member

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    lol i knew i wasnt the only person who wanted nice sweatpants! sufu has a post on this topic as well. so there.
     
  4. ken

    ken Senior member

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    I really like the Target Champion line (it's called C9, or something). They aren't exactly slim below the knee, but they're lower rise and the waistband is hefty. Good fabric, too.
     
  5. dusty

    dusty Senior member

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    slim sweatpants? [​IMG]
     
  6. r34skyline

    r34skyline Active Member

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    real mccoy's make some nice ones from what i have seen... fairly expensive at over $100-$150 a piece
     
  7. erdawe

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    I got some unbro kj that are what you describe, but idk if you can find them not. American Apparel makes some slim sweatpants, but the quality will be decent at best. However, at discount they're pretty cheap too.
     
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    Thank you.
     
  10. Spatlese

    Spatlese Senior member

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    lulu lemon - they fit and great and the quality is incredible.

    http://www.lululemon.com/products/mens/bottoms/pants


    I still can't picture this brand covering anything other than shapely, fit, female asses. Maybe some day I'll see the light.
     
  11. lithium180

    lithium180 Senior member

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    lulu lemon - they fit and great and the quality is incredible.

    http://www.lululemon.com/products/mens/bottoms/pants


    The blue pair being worn on the right hand side of this page looks pretty solid. Any idea which model that is?
     
  12. rach2jlc

    rach2jlc Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    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...
     
  13. Thomas

    Thomas Senior member

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    eh, I wear running tights (which ironically are cut fairly loose but not baggy)
     
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    fuck you OP. i hate these threads. dumb fucks worried about what they're wearing in the gym.
     
  16. TheFusilliJerry

    TheFusilliJerry Senior member

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    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
     
  17. James Bond

    James Bond Senior member

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    The only guys at my gym who wear sweatpants are the ones that never lift legs. Go figure.
     
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    TowleY Senior member

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    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
     
  19. aniym

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    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.
     
  20. wiscogooner

    wiscogooner Senior member

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    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.
     

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