Wait, what? Guy all the way...how do I look like a girl?
hell i dont know, i cant see your face. I just looked at the skinny ass pants, a somewhat small (maybe? dont have much perspective) lavender jacket and skinny physique.
I'm not creeped out by you guys talking about it. I think it makes you guys look like goofs.
I picture it like a group of friends walking into an urban outfitter's and trying on outfits for each other while the other's comment on how it makes them look. You know, there's some Madonna playing in the back ground and everyone's giggleing, sitting back on lounge chairs while the one trying on cloths struts towards them like he's in a fashion show.
It's fine, I get it. You wan't to look good for the other snowboarders who don't know how to ride because Fashion determines how cool you are out on the bunny hills.
What is wrong with caring how you look? This season i upgraded almost all of my gear, so if im buying new gear why the hell wouldn't i get stuff that flows and matches. Honestly by my 3rd time around buying new outerwear i have found what to me feels like my perfect outer wear set up. I love how everything looks and it is my perfect style of gear. It is a great boost of confidence when you think you look good. Are you telling me when you go in to buy stuff you just rip it off the shelf, test fit it with a blind fold on, and buy it without even considering if it even somewhat matches?
I've figured out that most people that sit around on the sides of trails saying how goofy everyone looks are the ones who need more bunny hill time to brush up on their skills.
well as you probably know there can be plenty of down time on the mountain, lift lines, chair rides, taking a break down the hill, general BSing, so what else is there to do but look at and bitch about/critique what everyone is wearing.