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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mpcec, Oct 26, 2009.
If anyone is interested in a Tanner Goods gift card let me know. I have $212 in credit, and a 10% off code. They have some RgT stuff on there.
I've got an ISC Work Shirt in Medium listed in the "What I'm Selling on eBay" thread if anyone is interested.
Anyone have experience w/ the Strider fit? Care to share?
I love the Strider fit. I wear the same size as Stanton but I like the extra room in the seat and thighs but there's still a good taper. They're still a slim fit jean though even though there's added comfort in the top block.
So, I just got to try some on while I'm on a trip (shout out to Dutil in Vancouver, BC) and the same size I had in Stantons (31) felt great, but where on the big side--lot of room in the waist and a big loose in the seat/butt. Not sloppy, but the dude there said they looked big and he was likely right. But the size 30 was pretty snug, esp around the knees. I *know* they will stretch, but I'm past the point of having too-tight jeans and hoping for a perfect fit. My next pair of denim needs to be reasonably comfy from the start.
I owned Stantons, but sold them pretty quickly as the thigh/waist ration was wrong. As soon as they stretched out in the waist they were sloppy there, but the thighs were still too snug.
@tricky You said you have the same size--what's your take on the stretch of the Striders overall?
I can't comment on the stretch yet as they aren't anywhere near broken in. I find them pretty snug in the butt and thighs but not tight (a bit too loose in the waist though). I'm hoping they don't stretch too much though.
Anyone seen sneaks of SS17 drop 2? Trying to decide if I should wait to put in an be order or just pull the trigger now...
I saw some camo pants one day on Instagram story.
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