Dress pants with very roomy crotch

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  1. D_LouisGussetJr

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    hey guys,
    so I've started a new job where I'm supposed to wear business clothes. I'm looking for dress pants like Dockers that are suitable for overly endowed men/would be able to accommodate me wearing split collar ball weights (see my gallery if you don't understand).

    I've read that pleated pants have more crotch room. Any other tips?

    Thanks guys. If you're up for a chat, add me to yahoo messenger lowesthangers@yahoo.ca

    John
     
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    ew stay away from pleats .. they will only make you look really wide in your hips
     
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    I don't understand the purpose of ball weights I have huge nuts and worry as I get older the more they will hang
     
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    Well, in the eyes of guys into ballstretching/low hangers, you're a VERY lucky guy. I stretch mine 24/7 and hope they get much much lower with age.
     
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    Nobody able to give advice on dress pants for overly endowed men?
     
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    In all honesty I believe your best bet is to talk with a Taylor. It's really a task for a good seamstress. They can alter or advise you best.

    Most of us would envy a problem like this. IMO
     
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    Why dont you just stop wearing the weights...
     
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    I have always gone with dark pleated slacks- also, take time and try on a LOT of slacks... some are cut 'short' (nut riders) or 'deep' room. Don't assume different colors of the 'same' pants are the same- the 'drift' in cutting is startling.

    If you can afford a tailor go that route (is the job a 'sure thing'? if yes, tailor but...I would try to find 2-3 pairs retail to start.

    I like the dark vs the light as the light shows 'shadows' more- hard to see shapes in dark... will you be wearing a coat at this job (coat and tie) that can mask a bit...

    I assume? you are not wearing the weights at work?
     
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    Get with a tailor or someone who fits clothes (Brooks Brothers, etc.). They will tell you the roomiest way to go without telling you "hey, your ball-stretcher is very revealing." Suit pants will provide more VDL, etc., while dockers won't as much.
     
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    I'd say that depending on how you look in casual pants or slacks, don't necessarily rule out pleats. Maybe they are yesterday's fashion, but if modesty is a must at this job, you wouldn't want to be going with the plain-front/skinny pant/low-rider style of the moment if it's going to be embarassingly specific in detailing your crotch.
     
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    I have natually big low hangers and they have always caused me issues like this. I have found Banana Republic chinos to be the most accomodating. I also always wear a jock or Obviously pouch underwear.
     
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    Eddie Bauer loose fit cut
     
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    oh fogot to mention that the pants are flat front. Flat fronts are possible, just be prepared to try many different ones before finding ones that work for you. Also I have to say, if it is the weights that cause the bulge just take them off......I know many guys here love their bulge and showing it off, but for me I wish everyday that I did not have to deal with it.
     
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    Try Kenneth Cole Reaction Dress Pants flat fronts, they have a higher rise in the crotch area and very deep pockets. I find they conceal and have lots of room when standing, but forget about covering up your bulge when you are seated. Perry Ellis or great if you are looking to show off in dress pants BTW ;-)
     
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    That metal thing is...well, let's just say I've never heard of those before. One can learn all kinds of things on this site!
     
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    What I mean is I have a big sack to accomodate my two huge testicals. Man the are about the size of two jumbo eggs. So sometimes I worry as I get older won't my balls sack start to loose it elasticity. I've gone to the gym and seen older men with there balls almost reaching to the ground and I ask I wonder at what age did it start lowering? For now I love pounding my girl and with every thrust I hit her ass with my nuts and it's a turn on but when I get older it not gonna be an unattractive sight!!!
     
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    make sure your pants are black. It's much harder to tell what's going on down there when you wear black. Honestly, I wouldn't wear the weights to work, could be very weird if somehow someone found out. I guess if you have to though, wear baggier black pants.
     
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    you're a VERY lucky guy. a lot of guys would be jealous of your set of massive hangers. i'm working hard to get a set like yours.
     
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    I have to wear dress pants, and I can honestly say that they tend to reveal a lot depending on your position. I notice a little less show standing, but once sitting, it's all there in plain sight.

    Also, pleats are not flattering and tend to be an "older man" style...if you are a fit/slim guy, flat fronts are the way to go. It's the trending fashion. You have one option to keep the eyes off of your crotch, go with dark colors (black & navy) and avoid a "flashy" belt. Anything that is modern or eye-catching just draws attention to the area, so keep the belts to simple and "boring" so that it's not something that will catch someone's eye.