Slim fit fixie 3/4 pants

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yongkun
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by yongkun

Anyone know where i can get my hands onto some affordable slimmer fitting bike pants? Don't really need to have paddings.

I know Rapha has them, but they seems to cost a bomb.

http://www.rapha.cc/3or4-shorts

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fletch62
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by fletch62

Try this site.
http://www.fixedgeargallery.com/hell-yes/index2.htm
They do recycled knicks/shorts.

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euan
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by euan

Swrve
"Step forward the climber and all those who worship at the altar of lightness" - R. Millar

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CBJ
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by CBJ

Chrome makes some nice stuff which actually looks like its made for biking:

http://www.chromebagsstore.com/apparel/ ... parel.html

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leooooo
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by leooooo

CBJ wrote:Chrome makes some nice stuff which actually looks like its made for biking:

http://www.chromebagsstore.com/apparel/ ... parel.html


However their 3/4 pants are waaaay loose.

roadman
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by roadman

Rapha are the best ones :)

Swrve etc are not cut enough!

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leooooo
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by leooooo

Personally I prefer Outlier over Rapha for city riding. Feel they are better constructed.
Either or, it seems that the OP is trying to avoid paying a "bomb" for either.

Best bet would then to be make your own, just hack off any slim fit khakis you got.

bluesea
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by bluesea

Prana

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