*SOLD* M&S Cycling Chino.

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*SOLD* M&S Cycling Chino.

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I found these in the back of my wardrobe recently, forgot I had them.
They were discontinued years ago so you can guess how long they have been there.
They are new, never worn, I think I bought another pair at the time (still have them) that I wore for a while and forgot about these.
Apologies, I know the pictures aren’t great, but they are new, can post more pictures if asked.
34 waist, 29 inside leg as label.
They are greenish. Says graphite on the label so must be dark grey, I have trouble with some colours.
£25. Can post at cost if needed.
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Yes please :D PM sent
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Flippin ek, that was quick.
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Now sold.
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Damn, damn, damn. :(
How did I miss this post.
Mine have just started fraying at the hem and these are the comfiest trousers I've ever had.

You're a lucky lad Paul.
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fausto copy wrote: 18 Sep 2021, 2:54pm Damn, damn, damn. :(
How did I miss this post.
Mine have just started fraying at the hem and these are the comfiest trousers I've ever had.

You're a lucky lad Paul.
:wink: If they don't fit me - they might come up a bit short in the leg? I'll pm you :)
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Thanks Paul.
And I'm sure they're going to be too big in the waist for you as well.
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I hope whoever ends up with these are pleased with them :wink:
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fausto copy wrote:Damn, damn, damn. :(
How did I miss this post.
Mine have just started fraying at the hem and these are the comfiest trousers I've ever had.

You're a lucky lad Paul.
Snap!
Ditto the walking version, always have an eye out for a 32" pair...

I'm a trendy consumer. Just look at my VOG-L09 using hovercraft full of eels.

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