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NIKE Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RFX45, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. dying actors

    dying actors Member

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    Hey,

    i want to order some Nike Tech Fleece Pants, as I think you guys are damn right about the slick looks.

    What Size would you order?

    I am 6 foot 1 and somewhere between 170 and 175 pounds. I wear waist size 33 in most of my regular pants. Will XL do the job? I probly will wear them a little baggy, if they fit as I think they do.

    Regards
     
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  2. el Bert

    el Bert Senior member

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    So for a size medium was slim below the knee? I'm really having trouble figuring out sizing by what people put. Are you guys that went more true to size wanting them to fit slimmer or loose? Weight honestly doesn't help much since everyone carries weight differently.

    So if Im a size 32 waist but normally wear 34 because I carry weight in the seat area and want it slimmer I'd go with a medium at 5'8 165 athletic build? And if you want it more relaxed you want a large and it'll have more room above the knee and some room to be slightly more baggy? Or am I getting things mixed up because from what I remember Nike uses an American sizing. Medium=40 not a euro system medium=38 which I think people are used to since it is athletic wear after all.
     
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  6. deadsunrise

    deadsunrise Well-Known Member

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    This pic shows how they fit better than the ones at nike.com:

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    They are the most tappered pants I have. The top block (waist/ass) is big and roomy, you won't have problems with an M. The thighs get tighter and under the knee it gets really tappered, almost like thick leggings.

    If you want them as in this pictures you should probably get an M:


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    On the european sites you can see the blue one off the model. Notice how tappered they are:

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  7. stafa

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    Im a 32 waist, 5'9 165 and athletic build as well. Medium was a little tighter than I prefer on the top block, but I have larger thighs from squatting. I like the fit below the knee though.
     
  8. Spencer

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    I'd say Large
     
  9. RXS09

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    Yeah I would go with a L

    Anyone know when the tech pack will restock online, if ever? Missed out on a few pieces that I want to get. Thanks in advance!
     
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  10. Royal42

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    Can someone link me to the guy who was talking about Gyak shoe sizing? (I believe he said he sized up 1.)
     
  11. MakoShark

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    You need to size up one for sure. I'm really slim, 5'9" 130 lbs, and usually wear a small. A medium fit perfectly since the small was short and tight. In other news, I was able to get a F/W 2011 Gyakusou jacket for $30 heavily marked down at a factory store.
     
  12. hwai333

    hwai333 Senior member

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    I would say size up half a size, at least on the lunarspiders
     
  13. akjc

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    Heads up to all my Torontonians, the Eaton Centre Nike just got the grey Tech Fleece Pants. I'm still waiting for the black, they should arrive soon. They're $95 Canadian, $107.35 after tax. Go in store or call them and ask them to put them on hold for you.

    I tried on the medium/large. I'm 6'0 and 170lb's athletic build and these pants are super slim below the knee, to the point where they were hugging my calves. Go true to size to get the very slim tapered fit as seen by the model in the pics. Size up for a more roomy fit, but by no means baggy.
     
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  14. Royal42

    Royal42 Senior member

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    No way to commit to one or the other? Half size difference either way makes a difference.
     
  15. 1969

    1969 Senior member

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    I need basketball shoes...to actually hoop in....are hyperdunks my best bet? Are there any real structural differences in that shoe and the Zoom, Quickness etc?
     
  16. bawlin

    bawlin Senior member

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    Some better pics of the grey tech pants:

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  17. jet

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    when the fuck is the 3.0 hoodie coming out
     
  18. RFX45

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    Outdoors? Indoors? You prefer high-tops?


    Navy tech pants needs to come to release in the US damnit!
     
  19. Timbaland

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    Anyone know when they will restock the techpack on NDC?
     
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