Menswear: Shorts


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Hanto
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2401 posts since 30/11/09

3 Aug 2014 21:13
TK Maxx if you want to stretch a bit to Orlebar Brown, Robinson Le Bains etc.
SXFuzz
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1741 posts since 22/5/07

4 Aug 2014 19:16
EssexBoyII wrote: I did want a pair of royal blue ones though, they had a cracking pair in Choice - Wilson Borders & Co or something but they were fucking tight on the thigh even after sizing up
GAP had these as an online exclusive colour a couple of months ago. Can't complain (other than the fact I'll need to iron them) for £18.71 but think I might've used a code:

SusPet
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278 posts since 18/11/12

7 Aug 2014 18:59
anyone know where i can get my hands on the paisley edwin bermuda shorts?
figurine
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5901 posts since 14/5/07

7 Aug 2014 20:42
Dunno if they're your size but Kafka have a 30 left
http://www.kafka.co.uk/item/22430/Edwin/Rail-Bermuda-Chambray-All-Over-Print—Navy.html
SusPet
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278 posts since 18/11/12

8 Aug 2014 10:07
thanks man but after a 31 or 32
Crackajack
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7665 posts since 21/4/05

1 Apr 2015 18:59
Bump for the Spring…

I asked in the RnR thread but not much forthcoming (other than Benelli with a good suggestion) - I'm after some plain Navy chino / semi smart shorts for around £100 that are made in USA, JP, UK, Italy etc

Woolrich, Folk, Oliver Spencer, Beams +, Ralph Lauren, J Crew, Supreme, Brooks Brothers all coming in around £90-£100 but don't seem good value as not made in one of the above countries.

Freemans Sporting Club, Stone Island and Engineered Garments coming in at £150+ which is a bit steep, as I'm after a completely plain pair.

Found these http://www.billskhakis.com/ that are made in USA and in budget but seem very baggy.

I'm happy to get some £20 Uniqlo ones, unless there are any other names brands to look at?

Cheers



EssexBoyII
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6888 posts since 5/6/07

1 Apr 2015 19:35
I want some nice swim shorts. Really like the stone island shadow blue ones on peggs but price is crazy even after a code. All I've got to wear for my mates stag in Ibiza is probably the most garish RL ones in existence. I don't mind the Orlebars but don't look cut for my tree trunk thighs
Anto
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3855 posts since 19/1/12

9 Apr 2015 17:14
Are those Ralph Lauren all over pony shorts widely available in europe?

Wouldn't mind a khaki pair for summer
skream
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983 posts since 23/10/11

9 Apr 2015 17:19
nope, they are rare as fuck. been looking for a while myself Sad
Mark
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1016 posts since 24/5/08

9 Apr 2015 17:33
I have these Outlier New Way Shorts in Dust Olive, W30 for sale. £100:

http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/new-way-shorts.html

Will do a proper listing soon.
Anto
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3855 posts since 19/1/12

9 Apr 2015 17:36
Ok, thanks. Thought it was just one of those ignored things loved only by rich middle eastern.

Let me know if you ever see a 32 for sale somewhere if that's not you size!
Dee
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11771 posts since 22/11/07

posted 9 Apr 2015 17:41, edited 9 Apr 2015 17:41
incotex for understated swimmers


http://www.kafka.co.uk/item/15726/IncotexVacation/92107-Navy.html


Crackajack
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7665 posts since 21/4/05

11 Apr 2015 17:05
Crackajack wrote: Bump for the Spring…

I asked in the RnR thread but not much forthcoming (other than Benelli with a good suggestion) - I'm after some plain Navy chino / semi smart shorts for around £100 that are made in USA, JP, UK, Italy etc

Woolrich, Folk, Oliver Spencer, Beams +, Ralph Lauren, J Crew, Supreme, Brooks Brothers all coming in around £90-£100 but don't seem good value as not made in one of the above countries.

Freemans Sporting Club, Stone Island and Engineered Garments coming in at £150+ which is a bit steep, as I'm after a completely plain pair.

Found these http://www.billskhakis.com/ that are made in USA and in budget but seem very baggy.

I'm happy to get some £20 Uniqlo ones, unless there are any other names brands to look at?

Cheers


The answer to this very banal question is Duck Head Chino shorts, just picked up a pair from John Simons, seem decent and made in USA.
LFC
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4765 posts since 14/6/11

11 Apr 2015 17:13
Next linen shorts for £25 are sound as fuck
carl lewis
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23958 posts since 14/10/04

11 Apr 2015 17:21
These RLs are in TK for £30

burny
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5928 posts since 25/5/06

11 May 2015 13:57
Anyone seen any nylon/ripstop shorts around? I suppose like a camp short? (no homo) Im guessing Battenwear or Beams but can't see any.
MrW
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2787 posts since 1/8/11

11 May 2015 14:10
Got a pair of these, decent fit and well worth the cash. Badge comes off easily enough if needed.
Jimmy326
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4574 posts since 22/9/07

11 May 2015 14:13
http://indigoandcotton.com/department/shorts/
Battenwear here - easy store to deal with, reasonable postage and happy to mark down.
burny
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5928 posts since 25/5/06

11 May 2015 14:27
Great, thanks both. Turns out Oi Polloi in Soho (a stones throw from my office) has the Battenwear, so will try on later.
Olismallz
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873 posts since 7/2/12

11 May 2015 14:31
New KITH swim shorts look dece