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  • oly1605
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    Check out Kuhl Rydr pants.

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  • armedferret
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    I've got Gustins I've had for 2 years now that are just barely starting to show fade/wear.

    If that's any indicator on how their earth-tone offerings fare, I would say you're in good hands there.

    Bonobos has some really nice stuff in their sale section too, and with EXTRA40 you're taking another 40% off. That would be a good hard look I'd take over there, but YMMV.

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  • mark4
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    I second the Flint and Tinder 365 pant - they are very comfortable and soft. If you want them for hard labor I'd maybe get something a little less refined (and less expensive - maybe Dickies or Carhartt). They're durable enough for everyday wear to the office or weekend casual wear (mine are two years old and going strong). They have 5 pocket jean styling so if you want something with the traditional side seam pockets you'll have to look elsewhere.

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  • JayS
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    I’m a huge fan of the Railcar Fine Goods flight trousers. I think there are two colors right now. Not cheap but indestructible and break in very nicely. Wearing them today.


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  • jwfrasier
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    I bought the flint & tinder 365 pants in olive. My favorite pants so far, extremely comfortable, great fit and definitely work with a lot of outfits.

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  • aps2012
    started a topic Best rugged-ish olive, rust or brown chinos

    Best rugged-ish olive, rust or brown chinos

    I'm in the market for some good quality, rugged chinos for casual weekend wear. Do you guys have any thoughts on comparisons between Flint & Tinder; Gustins Duck Canvas, Best Made Co's Service Chino; or some of the more mainstream offerings?
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