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Combats / cargo


iqs

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Hi, I was wondering if you could help my uncle please. He had a stroke some years ago,and has problems with his hands. I have been looking for combat or cargo trousers that have an elastic waist ,no fly or buttons. I have tried the usual outlets,so luck ad yet. Was wondering if you could help please. Thanks

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Woolwell

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Sounds more like jogging pants than combat trousers.

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wiz-king

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Have a look here , the elastic waist one have a far bit of stretch.

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wiz-king

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far = fair

you could sew the zip up so it is at 3/4 shut to give a little more slack and it would not show. Or go for their jogging pants. they dont have any opening.

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wee eddie

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M & S are good at elasticated waists, although he might have to make do with Chinos rather than Combats

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iqs

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Thank you for all the help,will pass the info on,cheers

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