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    I got some walmart, $20, wrangler, all cotton, all blacks that work for me.

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    Ya I wore some jeans once when I was to lazy to do laundry one day. Well I wont do that again, thank god it wasn't in the middle of summer either.
    Chewie's the man.

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    http://swrve.myshopify.com/products/...-slim-trousers

    a slightly more affordable option.

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    Pretty stylin' pair of pants! $125.00 is still kind of spendy,no?

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    Chef Wear "scrubs". Light weight, thin elastic band with draw string. I cut mine short for for extra ventilation.

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    Ive been looking at the chef wear pants for a while now, they seem to be the best option for me! Those camo options are cool! Hadnt thoughtnof scrubs, its a good idea!

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    I also wear their 3/4 length but I'm a little leary of the exposed shins. I just cut the length of the scrubs to the "high water" mark.

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    I recently got a pair of these.

    they are skulls, and people can't say much about them either, they are just cool looking.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Either dickies, cheap wrangeler cargo pants from wally world, or La police gear tatilite pants. The third probally being the lightest and most breathable, and pretty cheap as well.

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    I wear the fitted happy chef pants. I don't like baggies, and these are cheap. Though I do wear shorts most days, and a short sleeve jacket, even in the winter. Had my girl hem them up to short length
    Last edited by Jmadams13; 10-14-2012 at 11:47 AM. Reason: Big thumbs

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