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post #11 of 48 (permalink) Old 12-10-2013, 11:55 PM
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Wear whatever you feel comfortable in.

If you're comfortable, your boarding will be too!
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Just wear whatever. If people see you riding and having a good time they aren't going to care about your clothes!

Source: I'm a dude and chicks can wear whatever but if they're just bumming at the lodge ALL DAY I could care less about them!
fuck yeah this is good thank you!
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Wear whatever you feel comfortable in.

If you're comfortable, your boarding will be too!
yayyy thanks )) I'm so psyched for this winter holy shit
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Yeah just board, don't worry about getting all matching stuff, or specifically trying to NOT match, etc. etc. etc.

We've all heard somebody comment about the guy wearing jeans on the hill, or something from the 80's, but if that guy can rip it then we should all shut up!

On a side note: It's got to be tougher to be a 16 year old girl than it was 10 years ago. I'm a perv, but even I scoff at every comment I see on youtube vids, pics, etc. What the fuck people?!? We've become a really passive aggressive society.
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You're not the only one who's excited. Only a few more weeks....
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in conclusion, this was the most pointless thread.....

BUCK FURTON
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I might be in the minority here but I usually feel like girls look better in ski clothes (tighter) vs baggy snowboard clothes.
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I might be in the minority here but I usually feel like girls look better in ski clothes (tighter) vs baggy snowboard clothes.
You can get fitted snowboarding clothes that don't have the "skier style". In fact I'd say the two styles have overlapped a lot now. Seems like a lot of skiers have picked up on snowboarders style. The big difference is ski jackets/pants can style come with some AWESOME 80'S LINES!!!

This is for skiing:


This could be either:


At the risk of sounding like a creeper: maybe carleyeahhh should post a pic of her outfit and we can in our infinite wisdom judge how douchy it looks.
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Last year was my first year boarding. For the times I went I rocked Nomex Pants, an Eira Jacket, Oakley glasses, Vans boots, a Hockey Canada toque, some hot paws gloves, and rental board.

I never heard anyone say anything about my attire. Though I did get quite few "Epic Beard Dude" during the first day.

Overall I'd agree that if you are comfortable who cares.

Have fun!
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Though I did get quite few "Epic Beard Dude" during the first day.
Speaking of which, I had a pretty good trucker/horseshoe/fu-manchu moustache going on for movember last month. Carried the 'stache on into Dec, walked into a board shop and one of the sales punks says "NICE HANDLEBARS MAN!!!"

I shaved the next day.

Now the SNOW BEARD is something we should all strive for:

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