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7 reasons O'Neills tracksuit bottoms were essential in every Irish girl's wardrobe

The most versatile item of clothing you ever owned.

EACH AND EVERY Irish girl understands just how much O’Neills mean to us.

1. They were the comfiest things ever


2. You had them in about seven different colours

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One for each day of the week.

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3. You could play sports or go shopping

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Look at em! So versatile.

4. They went with everything

Dubes, denim jackets, Addidas shell shoes… whatever!

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5. Basically, they meant you were the most stylish person in the gang

Especially if you had the waist turned down.

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6. The little zip at the end meant you could let them fashionably drag on the ground

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7. And if you were lucky enough to get the combat ones… well…

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You lucky sod.

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