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Surprised to find the VBC frescos are lined in the front. Wouldn't this make them wear much warmer?

Has anyone had the lining removed?

@orange fury
@wilcthree

Fresco can be a bit itchy. Good quality lining adds very little warmth. All my fresco trousers are made with lining to the top of the knee and I would not change them.
 

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Fresco can be a bit itchy. Good quality lining adds very little warmth. All my fresco trousers are made with lining to the top of the knee and I would not change them.
Same. I haven’t messed with the lining in any of my frescos. All good here.
Alright, will keep the lining, thanks for the tips guys.
 

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Surprised to find the VBC frescos are lined in the front. Wouldn't this make them wear much warmer?

Has anyone had the lining removed?

@orange fury
@wilcthree
I live in a tropical country, and I recently removed the lining for my VBC Fresco and Fox Air trousers. I really does make a huge difference compared to my lined Frescos. And the mild scratchy feeling does not really bother me as compared to the sweaty thigh due to the lining. I plan to remove the lining on my other frescos.
 

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I live in a tropical country, and I recently removed the lining for my VBC Fresco and Fox Air trousers. I really does make a huge difference compared to my lined Frescos. And the mild scratchy feeling does not really bother me as compared to the sweaty thigh due to the lining. I plan to remove the lining on my other frescos.
Any noticeable difference with regards to drape?
 

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I live in a tropical country, and I recently removed the lining for my VBC Fresco and Fox Air trousers. I really does make a huge difference compared to my lined Frescos. And the mild scratchy feeling does not really bother me as compared to the sweaty thigh due to the lining. I plan to remove the lining on my other frescos.
Which season do your FOX AIR trousers come from? I just bought mine this year and none of them have linings…
 

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Re: lining- I haven’t removed any linings or noticed any heat issues from having it there. I would imagine the removing the lining might cause the thighs of the pants to wear out prematurely- just thinking about the friction of leg hair against the interior of the fabric
 

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Which season do your FOX AIR trousers come from? I just bought mine this year and none of them have linings…
My fox air from this year are lined to the knee. I definitely think they would be too rough/scratchy for me to enjoy them without the lining. It’s a fairly dry/rough fabric
 

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