Non-douchey combat pants

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  1. willy cheesesteak

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    They are on sale for $12 online at Gap.com. I'm gonna buy a pair as soon as I get a good free shipping code. Would make nice casual pants to have. Amazing price.
    Where are they $12? I'm on the gap site now... I bought a couple pair of the cargos yesterday for $25 each at The Gap store... Ah, nvm, found them under sale. Last year's model?
     


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    Where are they $12? I'm on the gap site now... I bought a couple pair of the cargos yesterday for $25 each at The Gap store...

    Ah, nvm, found them under sale. Last year's model?


    Maybe, but they look decent enough. I wish they had the green in my size and not just faded black, but for that price I will pick up a pair.
     


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    I'm selling a few pair of Nice Collective cargo pants that may fit the bill. Retail on each was something like $165 and I'm selling for $35 each.

    Sizes or thread link?
     


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    Where can I find a good peasant status version of the EG fatigue pant? Im thinking a military surplus site? [​IMG]
     


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    J. Crew has them again, and this season's look somewhat slimmer than previous versions (which I was swimming in when I tried). They actually look pretty nice, and look like they'd be amazing for traveling, especially if a lot of long flights were involved.
     


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    J. Crew has them again, and this season's look somewhat slimmer than previous versions (which I was swimming in when I tried). They actually look pretty nice, and look like they'd be amazing for traveling, especially if a lot of long flights were involved.
    in stores? i can't seem to find them on the website edit :: cargos i can find, but fatigues i cannot
     


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    Where can I find a good peasant status version of the EG fatigue pant? Im thinking a military surplus site?

    [​IMG]


    i dunno about "good", but these might fit the bill:

    http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do...scid=528456012

    the EG color is much better. i wonder if the gap version can be dyed to switch things up.
     


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    in stores? i can't seem to find them on the website

    edit :: cargos i can find, but fatigues i cannot


    Sorry, I was thinking cargos and fatigues were the same. I got some fatigues that were the same material as the cargos last summer. They usually do a "beach pant" that's a lightweight, drawstring version of a fatigue.
     


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    The first association that pops into my mind upon seeing these pants is "raver" rather than "military".
     


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    If you really want to get spendy you could also look at Ever.
     


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    i dunno about "good", but these might fit the bill:

    http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do...scid=528456012

    the EG color is much better. i wonder if the gap version can be dyed to switch things up.


    Yea color on those sucks. Plus I try to avoid mall clothes.
     


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    BBSLM,
    you can find real us army fatigues vintage, at ebay for instance. I got a deadstock pair for like 20 bucks.
     


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    BBSLM,
    you can find real us army fatigues vintage, at ebay for instance. I got a deadstock pair for like 20 bucks.


    Good call, I didnt even think about that.
     


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    The Gap ones look shit hot, straight leg, slightly loose, I'll go for those.
     


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