M&S Super Slim Chinos  for the bigger fella 34-42 waist :-)  3.99
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M&S Super Slim Chinos for the bigger fella 34-42 waist :-) 3.99

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Found 19th Jan 2016
I Like um.....................Plenty of Mens sizes and colours

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Original Poster

ps.................consider going up in leg lenth according to reviews

Bigger fella?? 42 is getting the norm these days hahaha

big butts in super slim chinos ? Perfect for those who don't care how they look

^ fashion police are out in force it seems

None is my size heat added as this is a good price

I've just taken a pair of these back, because they were too short even though I got my husbands size, they were very snug on the waist too. I would order up.

How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know people store fat in different areas, but generally if you're fat in one area, say the gut, then you'll also be storing a lot of fat in your thighs for example.

Anyone got a pic of a 42 inch waist man wearing super slim jeans or chinos?

Just can't imagine how'd it work oO

Edit: FWIW, I vary between 32 inch and 33 inch pants (depending on how fit/slovenly I am at any given year) and I can't get away with skinny pants. Slim cut yes, but they're tight on the thighs. Super slim or skinny - just won't happen.
Edited by: "Vanderlust" 19th Jan 2016

Just in the process of returning these - measured considerably shorter in leg measurement than on the label

You might not be that big after wearing these for a week.

34" big fella ?, anyone smaller than a 32" is a boy..

Vanderlust

How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know … How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know people store fat in different areas, but generally if you're fat in one area, say the gut, then you'll also be storing a lot of fat in your thighs for example.Anyone got a pic of a 42 inch waist man wearing super slim jeans or chinos?Just can't imagine how'd it work oOEdit: FWIW, I vary between 32 inch and 33 inch pants (depending on how fit/slovenly I am at any given year) and I can't get away with skinny pants. Slim cut yes, but they're tight on the thighs. Super slim or skinny - just won't happen.


Most skinny jeans have elastane in them, 98% cotton 2% elastane, I'm a 34 waist and wear slim/skinny jeans fine, although I have tried on some which wouldn't even go over my calfs X)

I think we have just found out why M&S sales are in decline.

whatyadoinsucka

34" big fella ?, anyone smaller than a 32" is a boy..


Now I am getting really insecure. Mine is only 9" oO

lol.

whatyadoinsucka

34" big fella ?, anyone smaller than a 32" is a boy..



That would be me then and thanks I suppose. X)

Saying that, looking young can never be a bad thing as far as most people are concerned.

Agree with the length issue-had to return the pairs I bought for hubby as far too short.Take the advice and buy next length up.

Vanderlust

How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know … How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know people store fat in different areas, but generally if you're fat in one area, say the gut, then you'll also be storing a lot of fat in your thighs for example.Anyone got a pic of a 42 inch waist man wearing super slim jeans or chinos?Just can't imagine how'd it work oOEdit: FWIW, I vary between 32 inch and 33 inch pants (depending on how fit/slovenly I am at any given year) and I can't get away with skinny pants. Slim cut yes, but they're tight on the thighs. Super slim or skinny - just won't happen.


I'm 32" waist and 15 stone, according to BMI I'm overweight LOL

RustySpoons

I'm 32" waist and 15 stone, according to BMI I'm overweight LOL




BMI doesn't work with everyone. There exceptions to it... Basically I don't have time for BMI.

whatyadoinsucka

34" big fella ?, anyone smaller than a 32" is a boy..


Not really, it just means that the said person looks after his body by working out and has a low bf

Vanderlust

How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know … How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know people store fat in different areas, but generally if you're fat in one area, say the gut, then you'll also be storing a lot of fat in your thighs for example.Anyone got a pic of a 42 inch waist man wearing super slim jeans or chinos?Just can't imagine how'd it work oOEdit: FWIW, I vary between 32 inch and 33 inch pants (depending on how fit/slovenly I am at any given year) and I can't get away with skinny pants. Slim cut yes, but they're tight on the thighs. Super slim or skinny - just won't happen.



You'd be surprised how many different shapes and sizes we come in

I'm 6ft and have ranged between 75-90KG.
Waist from 30 at my lightest and 34 at my heaviest. The weight predominantly sits around my gut area. Even at my heaviest I can get my size 30 skinny jeans on, I just can't button them :/. Same goes for my tighter tops, they fit fine until they reach the bottom third of my torso

I think perhaps that would change if I spent a long time at my heaviest weight. But predminantly I'm around 82KG and 31/32 waist. It takes months of binging on soft drinks and other empty carbs to get me over 85KG.

I think the general consensus is where the weight goes first is where it comes of last. So for those that spread it evenly it will come off evenly. Whereas I'd max out my gut before the rest of me took on much fat

Hot - Just ordered as an alternative to a tent

whatyadoinsucka

34" big fella ?, anyone smaller than a 32" is a boy..



I fluctuate between 32" in the winter and 28" in the summer when I tend to be very active. Half man half boy? sounds about right for me.

Feeling proud for my 36"

hitmant

Not really, it just means that the said person looks after his body by … Not really, it just means that the said person looks after his body by working out and has a low bf


My comments were meant to be tongue in cheek, although I think I'd prefer a bigger waist lol, looking at m&s men's formal trousers, Only 8 styles in a 28" although you can go for age 14-15 in the kids section , 47 styles in a 30", then a far larger choice of 90 styles in 32" and above..

Ps. Bigger waisted folk also work out,

thanks got 2

28" master race checking in

heat added tho

Anyone below 32" are those improportion guys who skip leg day. Winter is coming, don't get blown by the gust!

Mentos

You'd be surprised how many different shapes and sizes we come in :)I'm … You'd be surprised how many different shapes and sizes we come in :)I'm 6ft and have ranged between 75-90KG.Waist from 30 at my lightest and 34 at my heaviest. The weight predominantly sits around my gut area. Even at my heaviest I can get my size 30 skinny jeans on, I just can't button them :/. Same goes for my tighter tops, they fit fine until they reach the bottom third of my torso :(I think perhaps that would change if I spent a long time at my heaviest weight. But predminantly I'm around 82KG and 31/32 waist. It takes months of binging on soft drinks and other empty carbs to get me over 85KG.I think the general consensus is where the weight goes first is where it comes of last. So for those that spread it evenly it will come off evenly. Whereas I'd max out my gut before the rest of me took on much fat


I think it's time we had that chat about vanity sizing mate. A 30 waist pair of trousers will typically fit a man who is about 4 inches more rotund than that and so on up the sizes. It's so we feel good about ourselves and buy more clothes.

As opposed to the women's fashion industry which seems to thrive even more on making people feel bad.

Vanderlust

How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know … How does that work practically in terms of body fat deposit? I know people store fat in different areas, but generally if you're fat in one area, say the gut, then you'll also be storing a lot of fat in your thighs for example.Anyone got a pic of a 42 inch waist man wearing super slim jeans or chinos?Just can't imagine how'd it work oOEdit: FWIW, I vary between 32 inch and 33 inch pants (depending on how fit/slovenly I am at any given year) and I can't get away with skinny pants. Slim cut yes, but they're tight on the thighs. Super slim or skinny - just won't happen.



Over the last 6 months I've gone down from 15 1/2 stone to 13 stone, and accordingly, a slightly too big for me 36" to a well fitting 32". I'm 6 foot 2 so that gives me a BMI of about 23.3.

Even with a 32" unless I get skinny fit, jeans tend to be too big on the backside. At my fattest, although a 36" was fine around the waist, they were too baggy on the backside.

You can't spot lose weight, and I'm at the gym, spinning or cycling three times a week so my body shape has changed, particularly on legs. Would never have made it into skinny trousers in the past but they do seem to allow for bigger legs as the waist size goes up, I did have a pair of gap 36" slim fit jeans in the past.

Obviously in a 36" skinny fit you won't look like stick legs like the youngsters of today though they'll just be more fitted

Edited by: "Bossworld" 20th Jan 2016

H.Maleki

Anyone below 32" are those improportion guys who skip leg day. Winter is … Anyone below 32" are those improportion guys who skip leg day. Winter is coming, don't get blown by the gust!



What's leg day?

Loreki

I think it's time we had that chat about vanity sizing mate. A 30 waist … I think it's time we had that chat about vanity sizing mate. A 30 waist pair of trousers will typically fit a man who is about 4 inches more rotund than that and so on up the sizes. It's so we feel good about ourselves and buy more clothes.As opposed to the women's fashion industry which seems to thrive even more on making people feel bad.



I'm sure you're right mate but not sure you got the point of my post. I mentioned the sizes to show the change in girth around my waste, so it doesn't really matter if a 30 is really a 34, provided a 34 is roughly a 38. The important bit is there's approx 4 inch difference between the two.




Edited by: "Mentos" 20th Jan 2016

Mum2ConnornCerys

BMI doesn't work with everyone. There exceptions to it... Basically I … BMI doesn't work with everyone. There exceptions to it... Basically I don't have time for BMI.



Well it's just daft BMI, no wonder people have eating disorders! I panicked when I saw that, it said I should be 12 Stone, I would be dead at that weight!

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