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Old 05-19-07, 06:51 PM
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corduroy pants/jeans?

Are corduroy pants/jeans still being made? I dont think I have seen them in stores for years. I even remember having some bellbottom/boot cut ones along time ago.

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I bought a few pair from Old Navy in the fall. I enjoy them, little different work pants than typical khakis.
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yes. I have a great pair that are awesome.....I think I got them from Macy's or Bloomingdales. I get a lot of compliments on them because they are different.

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As a kid, Toughskins corduroys were pretty much the only type of pants i'd wear - put a *zip* in your step. i haven't worn one in years, i gotta get me a pair pronto.
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Gap / Old Navy are likely to have them. Just don't buy a madra.
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I guess I'm the only one here with a moral fear of cords...
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I find corduroy dress pants everywhere (in the winter, of course). I don't think they ever left.
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But does Levi still make them? I've looked and can't find them. Looking for the ones that are the same as 505s, just corduroy instead.

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Originally Posted by rw2516
But does Levi still make them? I've looked and can't find them. Looking for the ones that are the same as 505s, just corduroy instead.
I remember Levi's, Lee and about every department store like Sears and JC penny had thier brands of corduroy jeans. I will have to look at Old Navy. There is a store near me but I only went in there once several years ago when it first opened.

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just make sure they don't makr that whoosing sound when you walk.
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Yes they still make them. I wear them all the time, which probably makes them unfashionable. But I don't care, I like them. I do not wear blue jeans.
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Originally Posted by ernestrp
I remember Levi's, Lee and about every department store like Sears and JC penny had thier brands of corduroy jeans. I will have to look at Old Navy. There is a store near me but I only went in there once several years ago when it first opened.

Wow I used to wear Levi cords to school in the 80s all the time since it was the only pants I could wear at private school that were close to jeans and allowed.

Haven't looked for them in years though.
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Black coords are they way to go.
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They don't make cords for ninjas. Too hard to sneak up on people to flip out on them when your thighs are going vvvvvvt!......vvvvvvt!......vvvvvvt!......vvvvvvt!......
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I'm betting the OP doesn't know any lesbians, or he'd know where the cords market went.
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its all about light-absorbing black.
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Unless you're a 70 year old retiree from Maine at a Christmas party, don't wear cords.
IMO of course.
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I love the look of cords.

Too bad they never look good with anything else I wear.

So I go topless.

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