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post #11 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-07-2009, 01:39 AM
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Used to use suspenders on my old pants, but they were a pita to get right..either they were too tight and pulling the pants up my ass or too loose and falling off my shoulders when i bent down/sat down...real annoying...

I just use a regular braided leather belt like i do for all my pants, works fine...*shrug*...

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post #12 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-08-2009, 12:18 PM
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Yup, i always wear one. I've been using the 686 tool belt for the past 5 or so years. It's nice having the tools always at hand.
Me too and it's saved my ass more than a few times!

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I just use a regular braided leather belt like i do for all my pants, works fine...*shrug*...
Can I borrow that for my Amy Winehouse costume??

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i always wear a belt, i forgot it once last season and i was miserable. i just use my leather quik silver belt that i wear everyday
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Yup, belts are a win. Spacecraft makes the most durable in my experience. Good company too.
I also give my vote to spacecraft. The one I have is not worn out at all and I have had it for awhile now. It's waterproof and never left any marks on my pants like my friends non-waterproofed leather belt did
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686 tool belt for the win! On snow and off that thing kicks ass.

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I have to wear a belt. Due to some cruel twist of fate I ended up with a 36 inseam and a 32 waist. Finding pants that are anywhere long enough requires me to have a grossly oversized waist. I forgot a belt one time when I went boarding, I only made it 1 run til my pants were at my knees so I ended up rocking a shoelace as a belt for the day. I felt pretty ghetto steezy that day.

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post #17 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-23-2009, 10:53 PM
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I can't believe so many people wear belts on their snowpants. Mine stay up just fine on their own, and I always thought it would be completely outrageous to use a belt on them. I guess I was wrong.



...But I'm still probably not going to wear a belt.
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Yes I wear a belt...a black nylon type belt from Old Navy for $5. Holds up fine.

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Yes I wear a belt...a black nylon type belt from Old Navy for $5. Holds up fine.
Ahahaha...I use the same belt for my snowboard pants
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post #20 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 01:34 PM
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Yea a belt is great to wear, I couldn't not wear a belt. Those 686 ones that have the tools on it is one of the best I have seen!!! From personal experience, make sure the belt is ones that have holes in it, not one of the self adjustable ones that just slide through and tighten. Cause those start to loosen up after a few runs and you have to keep adjusting it.
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