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2.60%
28
15
4.34%
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19
5.49%
30
26
7.51%
31
42
12.14%
32
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21.39%
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11.56%
34
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What size waist are you

Old 04-29-07, 08:52 PM
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6'2'', 167ish?, 30.5in waist.

I wear size 32 pants.
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Originally Posted by TheKillerPenguin
6'2'', 167ish?, 30.5in waist.

I wear size 32 pants.
32" pants must look like rapper prison drawers falling off your friggin boxers on you. But that's perfect for you my little Gansta-Wannabe.
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Werd up, home skillet.

Keep in mind that i wear my pants at my hips, whereas my waist is a couple of inches above that and of lesser thickness.
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Old 04-29-07, 09:10 PM
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Originally Posted by TheKillerPenguin
Werd up, home skillet.

Keep in mind that i wear my pants at my hips, whereas my waist is a couple of inches above that and of lesser thickness.
Just so everyone knows, you could fit a Livestrong bracelet around KP's 'waist'.
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6'6" 250 lbs. 36 or a 38. The 38 fell better.
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6'-0", 165lbs, and I wear 33" jeans. 32" fits, but makes the pockets a bit snug.
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We get further and further away from cycling on this forum everyday.....lol.
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Old 04-30-07, 09:23 AM
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5'5" 140lbs. 30 waist.

I've always been the skinny guy. After reading this thread, I'm not so sure anymore :s
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6'3" 182lbs 32" jeans
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6'2" 174lbs 32" waist.
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31" waist 165 lbs and 5'11" tall. I'm medium build. Could get to about 155 lbs but would get weaker. For the type of terrain we have here in and around NYC getting lighter doesn't make much sense for me. I feel stronger and faster at about 160 to 165 rather than below
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Originally Posted by patentcad
Just so everyone knows, you could fit a Livestrong bracelet around KP's 'waist'.
"Does this livestrong bracelet make my butt look big?"
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Originally Posted by TheKillerPenguin
"Does this livestrong bracelet make my butt look big?"
Only T. Danielson's butt could make yours look big in comparison.

Wait, this is getting creepy. Back to work, all of you.
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Old 04-30-07, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by blonduathlongrl
you guys are tiny

not me....5'6" 158 lbs sz 33

but i sure do have a nice @ss ;D
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6' 2'' 32'' waist. All down to the hip bone, couldnt get any smaller.
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6'2", 155lbs, 30" Waist
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When I was younger, I was always proud of the fact that my waist size is less than my inseam. Now, I am just glad that my waist size is slightly smaller than my chest.
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5' 10", 172 pounds, 30" - 31" waist.
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5'7''
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30ish waist

I wear a 32, but I wear them baggy... if they were actually gonna fit... 30in.
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55 years of age,.
5'10" in height.
weight 175
waist 33"
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Originally Posted by ripa
36 or a 38. The 38 fell better.
If the 36 fell better then why not use 36 they'll stay up better?
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