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12-12-2009, 07:37 PM
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CCM v08 pants fitting question

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/ccm-hock...or-v08-sr.html

I have a pair of extra-large RBK 3K pants and have since lost quite a lot of weight from playing( they're running pretty loose ). I was wondering if large v08's would fit well, anyone got advice?

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What is your waist size and height now?

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Same height, about 15 pounds lighter.

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Without knowing the inches, it's a little tough to tell you. If you haven't lost middle body mass, then who knows if you'd fit a smaller size.

You need to measure your waist size and compare it to the CCM sizing chart to see if you fall in their ranges.

The other thing is, I've owned a few CCM pants, and they've been known to feel a bit tapered, at least more than other brands, so if your body doesn't work with that, (IE, smaller waist area than your thighs/hips) then they may bind a little. At least, that's something I've noticed with the ones I have owned.

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measure your waist size and that should give you your answer.I believe a large is best for 34-36 waist's

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measure your waist size and that should give you your answer.I believe a large is best for 34-36 waist's
Close They use 4 inch ranges: http://www.hockeymonkey.com/pansizchar.html

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