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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-20-2009, 09:32 PM
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Foursquare pants for big guys

Wanted to know if anyone knows how true to size Foursquare pants in. I ended up gaining weight from a cracked knee cap and need a pair of pants for an upcoming weekend. Right now I'm 5'8" 250lbs(about a 40-42 waist) and just got my doctor's approval to start moving again lol. I was looking at the Q or Yueng in XL. Would that work? If so or not, any other suggestions? All the stores around me are done with the winter season so I'd have to get them online. Thanks.
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foursquare pants run super big. not just big but SUPER BIG!! I have the wong pant in a small and I swear it fits like a large. you should be way more than good with an xl.
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yea, i'm usually a size small, had to get extra small for my small frame
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im usually size M but i got a size S hoffman and they are still kinda loose around the waist...i had to tighten the valcrow all the way
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Cool and thanks for the info. What about Burton, Vans, Sessions, or Volcom?
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I'm a fatty 40-42 waist. I just got some Foursquare Adams Pants. XL fits me fine
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burton and sessions are both pretty much true to size. can't say anything bout vans or volcom as i've never tried either
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sessions make great pants. only outerwear brand I use. great combination of function and form, 10k waterproofing, nice zips good deep pockets, elevator cuffs FTW

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