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I think you saw slim fit pants and the person wearing them had bulky boots and it made the illusion of bellbottoms.
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ergo type of pants probably. that's what i like also. they are straight or baggy but in the knee area they slim up


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SnowBrdScotty, you were dead on. I looked up a couple Volcom Ergo fit pants, and they were what I was referring too. I like that type of pants because they aren't that tight but more form fitting. I just dislike when baggy pants feel like a parachute when you are bombing a hill, need something a little tighter, but I am not into the tight pants style.
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I believe these are nike's


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I believe these are nike's
I gotta admit, those black pants look nice.
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Yea, those are awesome looking in my opinion. If you don't mind SnowBrdScotty, if you get a chance, could you let me know the make and model? I really like the way those pants look with a bigger jacket. Thanks again!
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those are how regular(non slim) holdens fit, airblasters are similar as well.

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I have last years version of these and they are pretty awesome. and i think they may be what you are looking for, not too skinny, but not too baggy and they are slimmer round the knees

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So, I don't really care much about what I look like, but I saw a new style of pants that I really like how they look. Right now I wear pretty baggy foursquare pants, but there pants are a little tighter and hug a little around the new, and then get baggier again. They look awesome with a big jacket. Not sure what the style is because they aren't that tight, but they hug the knee. Can anyone help me?
Check out the Oakley Landic pant. I think that's what you're looking for.

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i think that the way pants fit depend a lot more on body type vs. pant style. just my .02
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