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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 09-12-2012, 08:39 PM
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I put my pants on the outside. I feel like they tug and restrict my movement too much when they're on the inside
Exactly, I totally don't understand why everyone wants these super long pants?

I can't stand it when my pants get caught in my bindings, it's constantly pulling down your pants.

This will be my 24th or 25th year riding, can't remember. I've come to the conclusion, I like floods.
I had a pair of army snow pants a few years ago & without snowboard boots on they looked fuckin' hilarious, but with boots on they covered about 2-3 inches of the top of my boot. They were the best pants ever, but it's super hard to find a pair of short pants that don't have a 25 inch waist.

The only company that I've seen that makes pants like that is Spyder, I think because they might be for skiers?

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hahahha Timmy rides in capris - will you be my girlfriend?



pant cuffs inside highbacks, over straps.
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I ride in cut off jeans, never had a problem
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And people say there is no such thing as a stupid question.

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Trolling this thread after I acknowledged it was an idiotic question in my OP makes you a silly doo doo head.

What now, tough guy?

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Board shorts - there is a reason they are called that
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hahahha Timmy rides in capris - will you be my girlfriend?



pant cuffs inside highbacks, over straps.
I would if I could but I can't find any crapis, all they make are pants that are 6 inches to long.

Sure buddy, I'll be your girlfriend, but your on the bottom dear.

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Board shorts ?!? Shit had a bad experience with them this spring when I met some sheet ice. Still a great day though
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Trolling this thread after I acknowledged it was an idiotic question in my OP makes you a silly doo doo head.

What now, tough guy?
So you have now stated twice in one thread that your an idiot, nothing left to say.
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So you have now stated twice in one thread that your an idiot, nothing left to say.
Don't I know you?

As to the original post, I have no idea, never thought about it, I probably ride 1 in 1 out...who knows


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