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NWT White Mountaineering Brown/Grey Patterned Sweatpants 3 (fits like M/32)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by xander_horst, Jul 4, 2012.

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  1. xander_horst

    xander_horst Senior member

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    Brand new, 61% linen, 24% cotton, 15% poly. Not your average sweatpants, these are knitted like a sweater. The pockets are lined, and all those great details are there, like the wooden buttons on the back pockets and the wooden pulls on the end of the drawstrings. Do you see that v-shaped section by the crotch? That particular area has a lighter, looser knit for venting!

    Measurements, while laid flat :
    15 inches across waist (though this stretches, I wear 32 in most everything and these fit me well)
    10.5 inch front rise
    12 inch thigh
    8 inch knee
    6 inch hem
    29 inch inseam

    If you live outside the continental U.S., please let me know and I'll send you an adjusted final price.
     

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    Awesome. Now these are some baller sweats.
     


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    These are nice, my grandma used to knit similar things for cold winters (nowhere near as nice but looks the same)
     


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    That's awesome, Harbin.
     


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