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pants too tight

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' at netrider.net.au started by kevintrinh, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. Hey guys, first time poster but i've been on a few of the netrider rides, anyways to my question, i recently bought a pair of alpinestars track pants, followed the sizing chart and all was going well. Until i got the in today, everything seems fine, inseam is fine but the waist won't zip up, i picked up a bit of weight which went straight to my arse (gf finds it hilarious). Anyways have any of you had this experience? the site i bought it from doesn't have a return policy which is strange so i was wondering if it were possible to hem the waist of the pants? I don't know, i'm kind of lost as to what to do in this situation.


     
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  2. What you can do it sell the pants as brand new for the amount you paid for minus shipping, or maybe swap with someone I guess.
     
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  3. stop eating donuts
     
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  4. Some custom leather places will do alterations, try ringing the ones closest to you and ask if they will alter a leather suit they didn't make (some only alter their own brand but some do others as well).
     
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  5. Tiger Leather MIGHT offer that service to alter your pants, but if you can sell them and buy the correct size for you, would be a better option I think
     
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  6. Thanks for the suggestions, the problem is that the pants are the perfect inseam for my short legs, the next size up would be too long. Bit of a biological fail. Looks like i'll have to do a bit of searching to get the pants altered, or lose my relationship gut..
     
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  7. You need to consider the time involved and how much you want to spend. If you're in Sydney, bring them into the shop and Irena can have a look.

    www.ozmotorcycleleathers.com
     
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