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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-16-2008, 08:29 PM
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ohhh. i see. i thought you were talking about like jeans. lmao.


lets see.. zumiez does have good stuff. pretty baggy.

i wish i could get some pants this season. but my mom is complaining that i already have a pair (walmart brand) and that i dont need new ones. although the walmart ones are really good. haha.
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-16-2008, 08:50 PM
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i have a pair of Burton and DC pants in XXL both are huge and comfy

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zakk how big are you... i just ordered some sessions park or whatever.. the baggy kind haha XXLs
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Zumiez pants arent really baggy. If you want super baggy jeans try looking at Ecko, South Pole, and stuff like that. Its the "gangster" type clothing that i'd suggest if you want baggy.
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i have the same issues. im a size 44 waist and i found a it ridiculously difficult to find pants fo myself. then i stumbled across this website. just ordered the pants. thought they looked decent. heres the link.

http://www.drafthorseclothing-bigand...ants-p-43.html

Take yourself to higher places.
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update:

after trying on columbias XL UV (i think there the UVs) and the XXL UV I was stuck between the two sizes.. xl a little tight.. xxl a little big

then i bit the bullet and got some sessions terrain fit pants in the dub x

they fit like a dream.. so happy

thanks for yalls help!

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