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Trendy boys pants for Christmas?

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beachyhead Mon 26-Nov-12 12:24:43

Oh I like those 3nations.... Looked at jack wills and they are way too big, luckily...

Yup, it's all about the waist bandwink

3nationsfamily Mon 26-Nov-12 10:18:37

My DS is 11 and all his pals love these he wears the small but for a 9y.o the XS would be fine.

basildonbond Sat 24-Nov-12 08:55:46

Unfortunately he probably means brands like Jack Wills at that age - stupid amounts of money for 1 pair of boxers

However you could try places like sports direct - I got ds some Lonsdale boxers there which were greatly reduced in price and appear to be acceptable

For ds1 and his friends it was all about the name on the waistband - nothing to do with the design on the actual pants themselves

beachyhead Fri 23-Nov-12 18:48:16

Bumping for the evening pants crowd.....

beachyhead Fri 23-Nov-12 11:22:36

Quite like those, but I think it's a particular brand, and I can't work out which it is.

daisydoodoo Fri 23-Nov-12 10:53:08

primark! seems to be the place that my s like to get them from. they have comic type prints on them for £2ish a pair or brand name comic prints such as spongebob for a pound or so more.
also the mens xs seems to fit the pre teen age range, they have a bigger election of pants and are £3-5 a pair.
I also got some packs from next that seemed to be acceptable

these are an example of the primark ones, but about 3 x the price, so definatley get to shop if you can

beachyhead Fri 23-Nov-12 10:48:01

So the conversation with ds (11) went like this:

"I want some trendy pants for Christmas, like the boys at school. Not with Autograph at the top"

"OK, well what brand is trendy? What do they have at the top?"

"Muuuuum, I mean, I can't look at their pants in the changing room, can I?, I don't know, you know, the trendy ones!!!" confused

So help me out here ladies, or I will be caught following small to medium sized boys down the street to see what's popping out the top of their jeans! smile

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