Where to buy Cargo Pants (for slim fit)

xhera46

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Hello all, hoping to get some ideas where to look for Cargo Pants that are not too complex, and more towards the minimalist side (with a few pockets) and having cutting that better suits for smaller guys who have slim/shorter legs.

I have tried looking at ZARA before, but surprisingly their cargo pants were way too tight and skinny fit, when i find that even at my current state i consider myself already towards the skinny side [waist about 30-31" but legs wise still on the slim side] and that pair which i tried was a lot skinnier. no matter how much bigger i went up with the ZARA sizing the tightness from the knee and below was still almost hugging to my leg. However that being said, i really liked that particular design from ZARA and it was exactly how i like it. I caved in and bought on impulse at 1 size bigger than my usual sizing at that time, thinking i could get used to the tight fit but my regret settled in very quickly after i realise getting to put them on is already causing a lot of discomfort issues and for long time wear out it may be end up being very uncomfortable (very tight from my knee to below, but waist-area was getting on the loose size because i went a size up already)

Would appreciate if any fashion gurus could provide some suggestions where i may look for such similar alternatives. As for budget, i don't strictly follow to any since i am planning to just settle on at least 1 set, 2 even if there are couple of plenty of good options around, so i don't really mind spending a fair bit more to get 1 nice cargo pants that i can reliably wear out and feel good about
 
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I saw some decent cargo pant at Levi's

if you want some hype can check stone island cargo pants.
 

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cargo pants nice to wear meh
 

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Hello all, hoping to get some ideas where to look for Cargo Pants that are not too complex, and more towards the minimalist side (with a few pockets) and having cutting that better suits for smaller guys who have slim/shorter legs.

I have tried looking at ZARA before, but surprisingly their cargo pants were way too tight and skinny fit, when i find that even at my current state i consider myself already towards the skinny side [waist about 30-31" but legs wise still on the slim side] and that pair which i tried was a lot skinnier. no matter how much bigger i went up with the ZARA sizing the tightness from the knee and below was still almost hugging to my leg. However that being said, i really liked that particular design from ZARA and it was exactly how i like it. I caved in and bought on impulse at 1 size bigger than my usual sizing at that time, thinking i could get used to the tight fit but my regret settled in very quickly after i realise getting to put them on is already causing a lot of discomfort issues and for long time wear out it may be end up being very uncomfortable (very tight from my knee to below, but waist-area was getting on the loose size because i went a size up already)

Would appreciate if any fashion gurus could provide some suggestions where i may look for such similar alternatives. As for budget, i don't strictly follow to any since i am planning to just settle on at least 1 set, 2 even if there are couple of plenty of good options around, so i don't really mind spending a fair bit more to get 1 nice cargo pants that i can reliably wear out and feel good about
i think you tried on joggers instead of cargos?
Cargos shouldnt have this issue as they arent tapered, or have gutters like joggers.

u can checkout beyong the vines, local brand.
i got their cargos pants, not slim, but they are the loose cut, which are more the trend now.
they got brick motar shops, go try see

 
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