- Feb 29, 2008
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I need more loosies in my life. So incredibly comfortable
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New pants look like loose pantyhose.
You guys are hilarious, futureworks are literally the nyco pattern in a different fabric.New model of pants up. The pics don't make them look that great - I appreciate the added gusseting but they look really unstructured and cheap - but could just be the pics. I understand having a middle point between dungarees and Nyco's but once I'm committed to buying, I'll generally eat the difference and get the best option rather than compromise*.
Also if you don't need/want DWR for whatever reason, but want something more functional than a pair of black chinos.the "I want outlier pants but cant afford the expensive ones and need more than one style option on the cheaper ones to kopp" niche
Anyone know how often do Outlier restock on sizes? Will I have to wait a long time? Looking to get the OG in Charcoal size 31 but it's sold out. Plan to use them as my main pants as I travel around the world, need them before I leave in May.
I've read through most of the thread and I am still confused with what pants will suit me. I am looking at either the Climber or Slim Dungarees. Which pants would suit someone who has slightly biggish calves (15.5inch around) and usually wears slim fit pants. I am more interested in the Climbers in size 31 or 32 but I am worried that my calves won't fit into them. The leg opening looks really small but then again they are stretchy material and that could give me more room.
Hey man I have both cuts, and my climbers are much closer to a slim regular fit, the dungarees are more of a skinny jean type deal. Also 2 way stretch vs 4 way in the climbers. If it says anything my climbers feel much looser throughout the leg and are more comfortable.