What are some /fa/ approved cargo pants?
zanerobe, publish i think, idk dude check hypebeasts store.
you should get into the trend of investing in your clothing pieces dude, you're gonna be an adult. its a lot more responsible and sustainable.
If you want a similar aesthetic with the workmanship at a lower price point, it's not gonna happen. sorry bruh
What you can do is find some made for wear and tear work pants or fire brigade fatigues or whatever for next to nothing and get those tailored though. I'm sure you'll find something to your liking.
My plan atm is to try and find some pieces off eBay. Would you say that Levi's commuters are the lowest of the scale then? I like Undercover's aesthetic, but they are tricky to find in my size (29W, JPN 1-2). I feel comfortable spending around 150 on a pair, new or second-hand.
Yeah, I was just exploring all options. I'm not afraid to spend on good pieces, I just copped a Real McCoy's sweat, but that, along with textbooks, has taken a fair chunk out of my spending money.
i've been thinking about getting some milsurp bdus and having a tailor taper them. i want them to look sort of like baggy, pinrolled pants that are loose in the top block but taper below the knee with a small leg opening.
Thats not a bad idea. I like the build of military gear, but idk about the fits. for a slim guy I would be swimming in the pants. Tailoring them is a good shout, but I don't want camo
im pretty skinny (6'1", 125 lbs, 29 in waist) but i'm thinking an aggressively tapered bottom with a looser top will look cool. you can get bdu pants in a variety of colors, i'm going to try it initially with black and if i like it i'll try olive and maybe black/grey camo. i think it would mesh well with the direction i'm trying to take my personal style (military influenced tech/streetwear).
I bet that they are very water resistant, wind resistant, quick drying and durable, ergo they are great for everything outdoors. I'm sorry I have 225 dollaridoos to spend on a pair of pants.
what are these and where do I find them
this is a little off topic, but how much can I tailor off a pair of pants without it looking awkward? I have a 28" leg, could I buy 32" pants that fit otherwise, get them tailored, and look good?
God damn these look so nice. I gotta cop.
>in case you hadn't realised where based tatsuro was drawing his aesthetic from
Surprisingly, those don't look altogether terrible.
I could see them working well in a space/cargocore fit
what the fuck is this place
Overly expensive merchandise for a Ukrainian game.
w2c commuter cargos in UK?
can't find them anywhere (in black)
$270? The only way I'm spending that much money is if those pants are gonna last me 10 fucking years at least, and stay the same as day 1. How is the build quality? Any experience with these pants? I really like them and would love to hear you guys opinion.
I got a pair of dockers cargos, they are baggy, but they make me feel like pic related
check out online military surplus stores
get yourself some skills and taper them to the required circumference, maybe add more cargo pockets to the front.
No. I don't think it's possible, and your idea of 'affordable' is unrealistic. If you like them, save up or get them in sale or something (Maharashi have at least biannual sales for end of season) They're great, and relatively speaking, not that expensive compared to the high end stuff like Julius
Yeah, and the shipping isn't too ridiculous if I remember correctly (to Colorado). I got mine on sale a month or two ago for like $150 with shipping, as opposed to the usual $220-ish plus shipping. It looks the Maharishi website is sold out of the 2032's right now (those are the jasmine scented, nanosphere coated ones), but I'd definitely try to cop a park if I could find them, best pants I own. Also, according to their fit guide I measured for a small but they were sold out so I tried the xsmall and its a perfect fit. Not sure if the pants run large or if I just like my clothes to fit differently than most people.
I'm a poorfag, too, but can we talk about more interesting stuff?
These titanium-coated wool pants are from Devoa.
>Big Pocket Cargo Pants constructed from a titanium coated wool. The titanium coating is applied after production of the item. The pants feature a jodphur silhouette with a extended rise and voluminous thighs that flow to a slim fit from knee-down. They feature a four pocket design with an asymmetric fly. They feature tucks at the knees to create a three dimensional pattern. This combination of fabric and pattern create a more casual piece, rarely seen in Devoa collections.
I don't know terribly much about them, but the rap goes that Daisuke Nishida, the designer, is a former professional athlete (haven't seen it specified what kind) and "medical instructor" or "medical trainer" whose only professional training was from his tailor granddad.
The clothes are always designed around and for the movements of the human body - shocking concept, that, clothes actually designed to wear - and they're often rooted in traditional Japanese textiles, notably washi, a traditional paper-based fabric. The patternmaker is always credited on the label and the textile artisan often is.
And that's about all I know. Anyone have some good resources on them?
Old collection video:
>there are people RIGHT NOW in Lululemon when this exists
If this isn't the greatest ass construction of all time I don't know what is.
Also, I forgot to mention, Devoa also does clothes for female bodies, which is great to see. Too many, especially technically focused, brands just don't do it.
Ignore the SZ watermark; it's the largest file I could find fast.
If you've lurked the fashion world/web long enough, you've seen these Rick Owens pants or similar ones...
Lol, I wish I was a viral marketer for Devoa. Except why would Devoa have a viral marketer? So off its vibe or apparent production scale.
But he also does ones where he reimagines the whole form. Here's some relatively simple ones from this season.
>DRKSHDW FW14 MOODY MEMPHIS "BLACK INSIDE" WASH DENIM TROUSERS FEATURE RIBBED KNEE PANELS, AN ASYMMETRIC COVER FLAP WITH HIDDEN ZIP POCKET AND HOOK-AND-LOOP FASTENING, A LARGE POCKET ON ONE SIDE, ONE HOOK-AND-LOOP POCKET ON THE OTHER SIDE AND TWO IN BACK. * COLOR: BLACK. * BODY: 97% COTTON DENIM 8 OZ. 3% LYCRA. * DETAILS: 100% LYCRA.
These, without the front zip-pouch flap thing, are very similar otherwise.
OP here again; I refound the source and apparently they are Gant.
See for yourself.
Wow, those are pretty fucking phenomenal. The detailing on those are great - and, for some reason, the back/side of the pockets specifically reminds me of the reinforcement stitching/ruler pockets on workers' fluoros.
As someone who's been wearing pretty much exclusively Julius for a year and a half now, I think I should really start paying more attention to Devoa.
>Please inquire for pricing
Wish me luck, anons.
Why would I not?