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I've looked around and hadn't quite found an answer to my question, so I figured I'd try here. I'm super interested in purchasing a pair of P10s at some point and I have an unusually short inseam. I'm 5'10 165 with a 31/32 waist and a 28-29 inch inseam depending on the pants. I figure that would put me at a size M; however, I'm rather worried about excessive stacking since the inseam on those is 31.5 inches. What are the forums thoughts? Am I better off forgetting about the pants and finding something that I can hem... or does the stacking appear natural with these pants? Thanks for the advice!

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I can't speak to the stacking for size M, but it might be possible that you can fit in a small. I'm 5'9, 150 with a 30 waist (measured circumference 32 in) and 30 inseam, and I need a belt to wear my size S P10s at the waist. FWIW, I have both the p10-s and p10a-e, and the p10a-e's fit relatively looser on the waist for me. 

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Definitely go size S - I'm 5'10 155 with 31/32 waist and size S fits perfect - as opposed to size M which was too long and baggy, resulting in weird stacking.

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Stotz will shrink, so go medium. I’m 5’9, 165ish with decent sized calves, and wear med in all the stotz p10’s, small in ch/ds variants. 

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Thanks for all of the reply's. Based on what most of ya'll are saying I'd probably go with an S. Still a bit worried about stacking issues(because excess stacking can make pants unwearable for me. Any brave soul willing to post a fit pic wearing the pants?

Thanks again.

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unless you wanna look like an endclothing model

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I think a lot of people make the mistake when first getting into ACR of trying to normie the look or fits. Sizing down on shit like P10’s or P23’s to make them more like standard tapered pants, completely misses the point of the cuts and fits.

I see people’s doing this with shells a lot too. Just makes you look like bondage sausage cosplay. 

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Im 5'6, started with XS, and couldnt get the full range of movement, sized up to small, little loose on the waist but have complete freedom in movement 

Also size small looks way better on me than xs but thats just an opinion 

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A little absurd to desire pants with built in "knee bags" and expect them not to stack somewhat on you. especially if you look at 90 % of the images that come up on a google img search

maybe keep an eye out for the more straight leg pants. p9, 14, 33, etc  

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I agree that sizing down is not the way to go and that pants like the P10 look best with a certain amount of stacking, but no one here is suggesting to go the endclothing route. If you size up too much on the other hand, all the articulation goes to waste as it sits in the wrong places (especially around the knee), and the excess material around your butt makes it look like you're wearing a trashbag.

Same for jackets - obviously you don't want to look like a sausage, but neither should you look like you're wearing a tent - it's all about getting the balance right.

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From fw 04/05, never heard of whatever these are being released :huh:

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Edited by jeddyhsu

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Finger sleeves were internal/f&f only

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This and nothing else! The items meant to be used ever single day! My J1-BS is kinda there but will be repaired now hopefully for four more strong years! 

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1 hour ago, Inkinsurgent said:

there's no way that's natural wear

He got mauled by a bear while techwear hiking?

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question: do I still need to heat activate the jacket after I sprayed it all over with granger spray and let it air dry? 

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I've been meaning to wash my jacket. Recently got the Granger stuff. I'm mixed feeling about doing it lol

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1 hour ago, JoseRizal said:

I've been meaning to wash my jacket. Recently got the Granger stuff. I'm mixed feeling about doing it lol

or you could just not wash it and get ready for certain delamination

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For those that have the p34, do you have these these cargo joint squares internally? Were they loose on yours or was it suppose to be like a seam tape sealing the corner from stress?

~Lefty

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19 hours ago, LeftyJeenyus said:

For those that have the p34, do you have these these cargo joint squares internally? Were they loose on yours or was it suppose to be like a seam tape sealing the corner from stress?

~Lefty

Mine are the same on the 34e and 34s.

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1 hour ago, thatslapz said:

Mine are the same on the 34e and 34s.

I thought my washing made the patch adhesive come off.  Thank you.  Guess it’s just a stitching reinforcement.

~Lefty

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New products online: two WS jackets and one pants. The pants are kind of interesting, I’m a bit underwhelmed by the jackets though tbh. Looking forward to J84-S, whenever it will come.

Edited by dixonschneider

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good first drop!!! Really like the J82 profile! Looking out for the J84!!

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