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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-15-2008, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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baggy pants?

Which company makes the baggiest pants.

ive posted on this a time or two before but i still cant find any good choices that i like.

the problem is i wear around a 38-american eagle pant to like a 44 in some other brands..

i have a huge butt. so it makes me buy bigger size pants than i need.

im looking for a baggy pant that doesnt want to rip when i bend over.

ive tried vans XL but its so damn tight on the butt.. its very hard to find XXL pants now days. i dont want to resort to ski pants really but if all else fails im looking at columbia and north face


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Zumiez brand pants are huge. XL is 42" across the waist. 48"+ across at the top of the inseam. 43" outseam.

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Zumiez brand pants are huge. XL is 42" across the waist. 48"+ across at the top of the inseam. 43" outseam.
i looked at zumiez.com but i couldnt find their brand pants.. could you possibly send me a link?

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I think Special Blend makes really big ones, too.

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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 recently tried on some Sessions gear and they have some HUGE pants -- they have three 'styles', Summit, Terrain, and Park, and each one constitutes to how baggy the gear is. I havent tried on Summit, but I can attest that Terrain is a looser fit and Park is baaaaaaaaaaaaggy.

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Aperture and Empyre are Zumiez brand pants.

The closest that I've found to the Aperture Parallax XL pants were some Sessions Movement XL pants.

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We talking about snowboard outerwear or pants?
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my bad extremo - but i am talking about snowboard outerwear. the a.e. thing kinda got ppl mixed up my bad
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get some DC snowboarding pants
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