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    I always wore cheap suit slacks, nothing breaths better or looks more professional. Durability depends on brand. I converted many cooks to the suit pants and they won't go back. I wear levis now that I'm not on the line but if I have to throw down it's too hot down there.


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    yeah i just get dress slacks from marshall's and replace when they are beyond re-sewing lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    noms - how durable are they? my problem is every pants ive tried tears at the seams from so much bending/continued stress.
    Great durability for stretching and bending. Basically what they are designed for. Good ventilation and comfort as well. I grabbed them at a Nike outlet store. The pair I have are "Nike Dri-fit true preformance"
    These are the closest I can find on the Nike site
    https://www.nike.com/t/tw-flex-mens-golf-pants-RRT9jj7Z

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    that's really expensive. i normally get mine off the rack for $25 lol. but you sold me @ dri-fit so ill give them a try. how is the fit? i got thick legs so always gotta get larger waist than necessary in order for the leg part to not be tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    that's really expensive. i normally get mine off the rack for $25 lol. but you sold me @ dri-fit so ill give them a try. how is the fit? i got thick legs so always gotta get larger waist than necessary in order for the leg part to not be tight.
    Well I might look around of you've got a Nike outlet store near you. I think I got mine for about 30 bucks. They seem to fit true to size in length and waist. An athletic fit for sure, so you might have to go up a size

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    Fla is where old folks go to lose the snow. We have outlet malls on every corner.
    Older and wider..

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    But I can't stannnnnnndddd malls, ugh

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    Use Duluth for yard work & landscaping. A lot of bending, kneeling, hoes, pickaxe, Eco 2 stroke gas trimmer. Honda mower.


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