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Pants to go with new jacket

Just looking for suggestions on what color/brand of pants that would go best with this jacket. I personally think navy blue would go best. Or if anyone knows of a good pant thats decently cheap that'd be great too. But all in all just looking for suggestions. Thanks.

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as far as looks, go for what YOU like.

what's your price range? check out the-house.com or tactics.com or something to get an idea of what you would like. and if you can, try to purchase at a local shop to help out the locals.

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as far as looks, go for what YOU like.

what's your price range? check out the-house.com or tactics.com or something to get an idea of what you would like. and if you can, try to purchase at a local shop to help out the locals.
yea I hear ya, price range id say is about 150-200 ish and I'll try those sites thanks
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Customer service ladies are always bitchy though....:thumbdown:
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Anyone know of any good slim pants? I've kinda narrowed it down to a slimmer pant, but not skin tight nut huggers.
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Anyone know of any good slim pants? I've kinda narrowed it down to a slimmer pant, but not skin tight nut huggers.
Burton does a "mid fit" in some of its pants that are cut slimmer but not too tight. You can filter their selection by fit on their site. I also tried their sig fit cargo pants and thought they were cut somewhat slimmer than other brands but still had enough room to layer underneath.

If you want an alternative, Ride has a slim fit option also that doesn't look too crazy.

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Burton does a "mid fit" in some of its pants that are cut slimmer but not too tight. You can filter their selection by fit on their site. I also tried their sig fit cargo pants and thought they were cut somewhat slimmer than other brands but still had enough room to layer underneath.

If you want an alternative, Ride has a slim fit option also that doesn't look too crazy.

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thanks i'll look into that. has anyone heard anything about nomis pants. I found these and thought they looked nice

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pick fashion over function always.. function is overrated..

I have some pajama bottoms, same exact pattern i'll sell ya for cheap.. would be a great match and fashion sense would be through the roof


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pick fashion over function always.. function is overrated..

I have some pajama bottoms, same exact pattern i'll sell ya for cheap.. would be a great match and fashion sense would be through the roof
haha sorry not looking to match straight through. I'm going for a khaki pant now
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