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Track pants that are long enough

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Bradford, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. Bradford

    Bradford Senior member

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    I'm looking to pick up some new track pants for working out and casual wear.

    However, everytime I go to buy a pair, I have trouble finding ones that are long enough in the leg, but still fit my waist.

    Basically, being a 33-34 inch waist with a 34 inseam is tough to find in pants that are sold only in S, M, L & XL.

    Even the Large pants are often too short in the leg and the XL's tend to be falling off of my hips.

    Can anyone have suggest a brand or style to fit better?

    Thanks!
     
  2. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    I had some FILA ones that were too long and needed to be hemmed, you might want to check them out.
     
  3. StevenRocks

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    Stores like Rochester and Casual Male might have some longer pants available. Can't promise anything on looks though.
     
  4. Bradford

    Bradford Senior member

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    Bump -

    I'll check out Fila, but any other brand suggestions?

    Steven - as you pointed out in the "tall and skinny" thread, the Big and Tall stores tend to be for those who are BOTH.

    Does anyone know if Nike sells "tall" sizes at the Niketown stores? I'm thinking with as many basketball teams as they outfit, they must have tall sizes.
     
  5. StevenRocks

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    Steven - as you pointed out in the "tall and skinny" thread, the Big and Tall stores tend to be for those who are BOTH.

    Does anyone know if Nike sells "tall" sizes at the Niketown stores? I'm thinking with as many basketball teams as they outfit, they must have tall sizes.

    Yeah, I forgot about that. Rochester is usually a little better than Casual Male|XL, which I can't use much at all.

    I almost forgot about Eastbay. Niketown might not have tall pants, but I'm certain Eastbay does.
     
  6. Bradford

    Bradford Senior member

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    Cool - thanks for the link Steve!
     
  7. Stazy

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    Have you considered going bespoke?

    Seriously, I would suggesting looking for something by Halti (a Finnish brand, not sure if you can purchase online). Their sizes range from XS-XXL so you might have some success in terms of proper fit. All their products are high quality and are truely made for active people.


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  8. jinx

    jinx Well-Known Member

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    any luck on finding some decent track pants?

    im in the same boat...
     
  9. jc138

    jc138 Senior member

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    any luck on finding some decent track pants?

    im in the same boat...

    Re-awakening from the dead.

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