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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-29-2008, 11:34 PM
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Thumbs down New fashion????? WTF........

So as I was browsing through my transworld magazine I came across some horrible fashion. What the fuck is going on with people, they are wearing tight pants while snowboarding . if you have the magazine its in page 167 of the September 08 issue. I wouldn't be caught dead wearing that in the street not to mention on the slopes riding ....
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Those look like cordoroy (yeah, I can't spell it) pants.

That scares me.

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HAHA I love how much behind the times the rest of the world is outside of CO and Cali.
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yaaa i know wat ur saying Simply^Ride it seems like the emo kids r invading our sport haha
but i ride with guys who have thows pants.....but i mean if they wanna look like that
leave it up to them to get beat up under the chair haha
snowboarding is meant to be gangsta so keep it that way fellas!

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^ Yet another tool.
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wtf. i dont think snowboarding is meant to be anything specifically
and especially not "gangsta." i think gangtas belong in street gangs
and snowboarders belong on the snow, regardless of what they wear.

no.
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I don't understand this I'm a gangsta thing I bet 10 bucks if I took any of these kids into the real hood they would shit themselves.
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Not much Gangsta activity in Revelstoke BC. A lot of hippies though.

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the more pure and better I feel about snowboarding.- Craig Kelly
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Maybe their version of inner city is Haight Ashbury?
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Maybe their version of inner city is Haight Ashbury?

More Slednecks than Beatnicks.

My experience and what I do in snowboarding is really quite
independent of the industry and the more independent it is,
the more pure and better I feel about snowboarding.- Craig Kelly
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