23 thoughts on “comfortable pants

  1. Anonymous says:

    Chinos/slacks. Don’t get how we all got psyoped into jeans especially when 99% of people do jobs and live lives that simply don’t require them. Started wearing chinos for work and realized they are way lighter weight than jeans and wear almost like pajamas.

  2. Anonymous says:

    So many companies realized that adding stretch to the fabric isn’t gay and actually makes pants comfortable. Get anything besides raw selvage denim and you’ll be fine.

    • Anonymous says:

      So many companies realized that adding stretch to fabric makes the elastic wear out before the fabric does, making the garment look like absolute shit and driving more sales.

      • Anonymous says:

        not washing your jeans like raw denim Black folk do causes the fibers to weaken and causes premature blow-outs if you do anything remotely physically active in your jeans.
        i’m also unconvinced stretch fabric actually does that. i’ve been wearing the same stretch nylon hiking / climbing pants for a decade now, sized down, and abusing the heck out of them. they still look brand new after the wash except for the black dye fading out a bit and some pinholes from sticker bushes. granted those pants are stretch nylon not cotton.

    • Anonymous says:

      What about "raw" denim that has some stretch to it? I’m looking for a baggier pair of jeans that isn’t too heavy, and has some stretch for work. My job requires me to wear black or dark jeans

      • Anonymous says:

        just go to nordstrom or somewhere around you that sells good pre-washed jeans and feel all the jeans with your hand.
        some denim is buttery soft even without stretch fabric.
        there’s no way to really tell online what its going to be like.
        dickies are comfy and cheap. chinos are comfier than jeans too.

        stupid because the whole point of raw denim is the fades. the stretch fabric stops creases from forming and makes them fade ugly. you want to get your stretch denim pre-distressed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    A good pair of chinos will be much more comfortable than jeans IMO. Twill might be a bit rough at first but will soften up after a few washes and poplin is very comfortable from the start. Just stay away from really skinny cuts and you’ll be golden.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Ever since I started wearing slim fit joggers I haven’t worn jeans. Last time I wore jeans was several years ago. Jeans are not practical.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Something like this that is a cross between pants and joggers. If your shirt covers the waist then people won’t be able to tell how comfortable you are. Even a lot of dress pants are more comfortable than jeans. Also I have a woven belt that is elastic. Wouldn’t be able to tell by looking at it. Some of my belts bug me because one hole is too loose, but the next hole is too tight. Also should be easy to find linen pants with a drawstring and some elastic in the waist.

    • Anonymous says:

      their straight cut is good the only problem with them is they use a really strong synthetic indigo dye that never fades. a good thing if you want to keep that raw denim look forever but bad if you want fades. i built 6 homes and a mexican restaraunt from the ground up in a pair of uniqlo jeans and the only sign of wear on them after was the paint i spilled on them.

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