How do I get a looser crotch pant?

I love my Norse Projects Aros pants (picrel) but their crotch is too high and tight for me. My dick is not big; my balls sit very far forward and I’ve gained a bit of weight since I bought them. Any recs for similar quality pants with more forgiving crotch tightness?

18 thoughts on “How do I get a looser crotch pant?

    • Anonymous says:

      Thank you for explaining how to fix it. I did not realize I needed a higher-waist pant for lower crotch fit.

      Any recommended brands?

      • Anonymous says:

        >actual chinos
        There’s barely any hecking difference. Only different crotch construction for more movement freedom and comfy waist adjustment which is superior than any belt out there. I bet you’re the same stupid who posting shit about sneakers all the time. All your opinions about fashion are close minded "old good new bad" jerk off without any substance to it.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Look up Gramicci pants. It’s outdoor brand but their stuff is very subtle and suitable for everyday wear. This is my go to pant for work and cycling. Durable fabric + you can literally do splits in these.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have this problem. Have you gotten fat? I’ve gotten fat and this is what happened. I lost the weight and it went away. Then I gained the weight again and it became a problem again. The pants are too form fitting around the legs but too loose around the waist because of my fat gut.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, exactly. In OP I definitely understated that I gained ~20 lbs and I have a huge penis. It’s like the fabric that’s tight around my thighs creeps up and constrains my crotch.

      Cavour, Scavini.
      I have the same problem but my balls are just big. Need to do like LBJ and order pants with more fabric from where the nuts hang and down to my bunghole.

      Real estate guy who won’t leave the house without brogues aesthetic.

      https://i.imgur.com/2DcxwTW.jpg

      Look up Gramicci pants. It’s outdoor brand but their stuff is very subtle and suitable for everyday wear. This is my go to pant for work and cycling. Durable fabric + you can literally do splits in these.

      These look good but they might be autistic if worn in business setting.

      Casatlantic

      Very nice, thank you anon.

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