Where can I buy heavy moleskin pants?

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  1. Reevolving

    Reevolving Senior member

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    Where can I buy heavy moleskin pants?
     


  2. Gauss17

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    You can order some from Luxire or purchase some from O'Connell's clothing
     


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    Back pockets look terrible ugh way to ruin pantz
     


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    Hi Guys, Charles Wall is my website company in the UK where we manufacture trousers under the Ratcatcher brand (50 years old) we are a moderately small company and as such it is great to get a mention on such an esteemed forum site. I can however vouch for the superb quality of the pants although I can see that our pockets do not suit everyone. Best regards from England, Jon Wall
     


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    Indeed agree, absolutely dreadful.
     


  7. GBR

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    I doubt that they please anyone bar you.
     


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    Button-through rear pockets on casual trousers. Nothing terrible about that. What am I missing?
     


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    I also don't see what's so terrible with the pockets. Also don't see why people are being rude to the gentleman who just came to say hi and thank you. Way to be pricks.
     


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    Orvis has moleskin pants.

    Never owned a pair of them, myself. But I swear by Orvis Ultimate Khakis.
     


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    Here's some research I did earlier this afternoon.

    Land's End stocks moleskin pants in the fall, at a very affordable price (under $100), which seem to be well-rated, but they're all sold out.

    LL Bean also sells them, and they're well-rated, but some people have reviewed it and said it's not very good moleskin.

    And then Orvis has them, at $150, which is more than I wanted to spend, but they seem to be pretty good.

    J. Crew also had some in their Bowery fit, but for some reason they're all listed as out of stock, even though they were in stock in all sizes a couple weeks ago.

    Cordings, J. Peterman, Brooks Brothers and Epaulet are also some other options.
     


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