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Does anyone have any bond pants? I was looking at the edison and cooper pant and was wondering how they fit, how dry they kept you, bla blah blah, the normal stuff. Their jackets look nice too. So if anyone has any experience with them please tell.
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have not tried...but it is an outwear company that has caught my attention as well. Like their bright but not overly fancy designs. All i know from handling them in the store is they're stuff is more shell type stuff and their pants have a normal fit. Not super tight emo...not huge OG thug
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have not tried...but it is an outwear company that has caught my attention as well. Like their bright but not overly fancy designs. All i know from handling them in the store is they're stuff is more shell type stuff and their pants have a normal fit. Not super tight emo...not huge OG thug
that's exactly what I like about em, their stuff is simple, but eye catching as well. I was wondering about the fit of the pants. Cause in some pictures they looked pretty tight, but in others they don't. Cause the normal fit is exactly what i'm looking for. The baggy pants have gotten old. Thanks man I appreciate it.
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I went and check out their site after readin this thread and im really liking there jackets. not to flashy but they look good, i really like the shoemaker jacket but i wonder how it looks unziped with the zipper being off to the side and all...
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I have the compound pants. Definitely shell like, not very warm. Honestly not too impressed with quality. I have the grey ones and they look steezy, but the seams are ripping all over, especially in the back right leg. Ripped all the way up to my knee. And i didnt cut them or rip them on anything, just weak. Also they really dont keep water out very well. If i wear cotton underneath, if its deep pow or even slightly wet conditions, the pants and my underwear get soaked. I do live on the westcoast where its fairly wet though, but still I only used them for about 15-20 days and wasnt hard on them at all. I talked to the shop about them though, they said they would warranty the seam tears
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I have the compound pants. Definitely shell like, not very warm. Honestly not too impressed with quality. I have the grey ones and they look steezy, but the seams are ripping all over, especially in the back right leg. Ripped all the way up to my knee. And i didnt cut them or rip them on anything, just weak. Also they really dont keep water out very well. If i wear cotton underneath, if its deep pow or even slightly wet conditions, the pants and my underwear get soaked. I do live on the westcoast where its fairly wet though, but still I only used them for about 15-20 days and wasnt hard on them at all. I talked to the shop about them though, they said they would warranty the seam tears
dang man thats really disappointing. I was expecting better quality from them.
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