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NWT Private White VC PT Pants in Grey (Structured Sweatpants) - Size 2 (Medium)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by tonio028, May 28, 2013.

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    All prices include USPS priority within the CONUS. Add $10 for Canada for shirts/pants; $20 for shoes. PM me for other shipping quotes. For reference, I'm about 5'8", 150ish lbs., with a 36/37" chest. I'm typically a size small in shirts, a US 30/EU 46 in pants. In shoes I wear an 8D Alden Barrie/8.5D Alden Leydon, 41 in CPs, 42 in MMMs, 7 UK in Grenson, 7.5 UK 5 fitting Trickers, 9 in Quoddy and Sperry.

    Feel free to PM me with any questions on specific pieces.

    Private White VC PT Grey Pants (Structured Sweatpants) - Size 2 (Medium) - $90>$80>$60
    These are some seriously well made sweatpants. I originally picked these up hoping to get the cross-breed between sweats and pants. They are, but unfortunately they are too big for me. I usually wear smalls in bottoms, took a gamble on a medium and struck out as they fit TTS.

    - Made in England, very well constructed
    - Tab/cinch waist button to adjust sizing
    - Front zipped handwarmer and back zipped pockets
    - YKK zippers
    - Reinforced seat leg panels
    - 75% cotton/25% polyester

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    Measurements
    Waist aligned (with/without tabs): 16"/17"
    Thigh at Crotch: 12"
    Front Rise: 12.5""
    Inseam: 31.5"
    Leg Opening: 7.75"
     

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