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what are some good, cheap, fitted (so kinda tight) pants?
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Bullhead or Activerideshop.com pants.
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Holden, L1, Airblaster
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The 32 Cappa Slims are really nice. 20k for $145

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Holden, L1, Airblaster
He said cheap
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Bring some pants you already own to a taylor and have them sewn in, or better yet, buy a sewing machine and sew them in yourself!

Fitten pants are usually expensive, maybe look for some small sized womens pants?
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He said cheap
holden standards are like $150
L1 Kooleys and Thunders are also around $150. That's cheap compared to some of the stuff other companies put out
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holden standards are like $150
L1 Kooleys and Thunders are also around $150. That's cheap compared to some of the stuff other companies put out
either im getting ripped off or youre buying stuff from previous seasons because the Holden pants I buy are min $275 with the average being $300. Airblaster pants are around 225 and L1 is the cheapest at 175
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^I think you're getting jacked, kinda. Most the time when you see last year Holdens, they're the higher end ones that most people couldn't afford. Cause yeah, this years standards and standard skinnys are $150.

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^I think you're getting jacked, kinda. Most the time when you see last year Holdens, they're the higher end ones that most people couldn't afford. Cause yeah, this years standards and standard skinnys are $150.
The Standard pant is now a part of Holden Classics so the price should be lower.

The shops I buy my shit at don't carry the Standard pant, only the higher end ones with weird fabrics. This year I bought the Redding puffy Jacket in blue for $420 and the Anton 3L pant for $300. I kinda see the high price as par for the course seeing as how Holden is so primo.

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