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I have the Smith Phenoms and the Anon figments. You should get any google that smith carries or anon or electric. Granted there are some that have the same bad lines that you currently rock, but in general those brands will be more "edgy"
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I've never seen a stomp pad so close to the front binding...if that is your front.

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I have the Smith Phenoms and the Anon figments. You should get any google that smith carries or anon or electric. Granted there are some that have the same bad lines that you currently rock, but in general those brands will be more "edgy"
Same goes for the goggles as for the jacket. I haven't worn them to ride. The goggles are in fact borrowed from a friend of mine. Thanks for the link, I'll check them out.
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I've never seen a stomp pad so close to the front binding...if that is your front.
It's not. I ride goofy.
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I've never seen a stomp pad so close to the front binding...if that is your front.
Let's assume he rides goofy....

I think the main tool bag fact about your outfit is that it is all flash. You have construction worker orange pants on - So a black jacket with small orange pin stripes would have been good. Reverse that for the jacket.

Like i said you better be a good rider.
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I mean if you're not very good there's no reason to worry about looks and even when you are good it shouldn't really be that big a deal. When i first started I had matching camo pants and a jacket... hahahahah
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Let's assume he rides goofy....

I think the main tool bag fact about your outfit is that it is all flash. You have construction worker orange pants on - So a black jacket with small orange pin stripes would have been good. Reverse that for the jacket.

Like i said you better be a good rider.
My wife says the pants are like a bin man's My other jacket is just a plain black, so that should be okay. I also have some of these pants, that are a bit more low key.



Unfortunately I wouldn't class myself as a good rider.

I'm in the UK, so perhaps someone might highlight a few pairs of goggles worth looking out for. - goggles | eBay

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I think the main tool bag fact about your outfit is that it is all flash. You have construction worker orange pants on - So a black jacket with small orange pin stripes would have been good. Reverse that for the jacket.
how is that tool? Thats pretty much he snowboard style...flashy and obnoxious. flash is better than boring black and grey

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