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Where do I shop for 28x34 size pants for my husband?

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My husband is a thin, tall man and we are having extreme problems finding pants in his size in the major department stores. He could wear a 28x34 but if we have to he could do a 29x34 or at the largest 30x34. Any suggestions on places to shop for him?

I posted this in MENA because I know a lot of the men are thin.

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My husband is a thin, tall man and we are having extreme problems finding pants in his size in the major department stores. He could wear a 28x34 but if we have to he could do a 29x34 or at the largest 30x34. Any suggestions on places to shop for him?

I posted this in MENA because I know a lot of the men are thin.

I've found up to 28 x 36 at Old Navy on occassion. Online for sure.....Old Navy, JC Penney's. JC Penney's you can order online and have them ship to the catalog department of a local store to save on shipping.

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Mine is very thin (28) but wears 34/36 because he likes them baggy ( with belt ). Same for tops, he wants L or XL.

The hip hop thing, but he looks very good in them. I don't like tight jeans for men, they look nerdy.

Even dress pants he wears bigger.

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I keep thinking oh he will gain weight. So far in 4 months he has gained a whole 4 pounds but we'll see! He is just so tiny! It looks like I eat all of his food! :rofl:

Thanks for the suggestions. We did find a 30x34 at Kohls and we are going to have to adjust the button.

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My husband was rail thin when we met ... still is thin but he hides it in his baggy pants. Something unsual here since men love tight clothes! LOL! I asked my husband to gain some weight actually ... our goal is to be 80kg(176lbs) ... he is at 73 (158lbs) now ... still thin for his 193m (6'4ft) frame! LOL! With Ramadan near and the amount of walking we do ... sure he will lose again! =(

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Whatever mine has gained has been spread out, so he doesn't have a gut or anything, but it's easier for him to find pants now. What I've noticed most is that his face has filled out -- he had lost so much weight in the stress before the interview that his face had become really thin. Now he has a more sedentary job, is enjoying the wonders of the drive-through, and doesn't have as much time to play soccer, so we're both going to have to watch out.

Edited for Monday-morning spelling and grammar. :wacko:

Edited by caybee

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