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What length pants do you normally wear in jeans/khakis? I'm 6' but have shorter legs...would be interested.

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      Its lightweight-athletic performance of Smitty's unique 92/8 poly-spandex 4-way stretch blend not only moves with you but also breathes and cools you in warm weather by wicking moisture away from your skin (no more pants soaked in sweat). The highly-polished professional look and rich charcoal grey will make you the envy of your crew. Not to mention, its durable-construction will withstand many seasons of wear without the extra dry cleaning expense.
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      92% polyester and 8% spandex for an innovative 4-way stretch fabric that moves with you Fabric spreads and lifts moisture from the skin for a cooler and lighter fabric feel Athletic cut for comfort and durability Pleated-front with standard slash pockets Wrinkle-resistant fabric Color: Charcoal grey For baseball and softball PLATE PANT FEATURES
      Sewn-in saddle seat for added strength to meet the demands of plate work Silky smooth fabric slides easily over your shin guards when you get in your stance (fabric won't get caught) Adequate room in knee to fit all shin guard brands and styles (approximately 12.5" diameter as measured off size 38 waist) COMBO PANT FEATURES
      Can be worn behind the plate and on the bases Sewn-in saddle seat for added strength to meet the demands of plate work Silky smooth fabric slides easily over your shin guards when you get in your stance (fabric won't get caught) Adequate room in knee to fit most low profile shin guard brands and styles (approximately 11.75" diameter as measured off size 38 waist) CONSTRUCTION
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