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Originally Posted by Sassicaia View Post
The spirit is true. The majority of snowboarders look like they live in the mom's basemen suite, but try and wear that like its a badge or looks "sick".

Ill stick with stuff that looks sweet, and performs top notch....they can have the rest.

The problem with 90% of everything snowboarding is that it looks childish. But thats just my opinion
It looks "childish" because the biggest demographic buying snowboarding equipment is the under 25s- hence the focus of the designs. Old fkrs like me love the sport and are willing to spend more dollars not looking like a 16 yr old, hence a propensity (in my case anyway) for higher end kit that is less fashion forward.

I'm intrigued sass, I love reading your posts, you obviously enjoy a certain income bracket- your name says it all...I too enjoy the odd super Tuscan for what it's worth- if you don't mind me asking, what do you do during the week?

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