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What pants with this jacket?

Hey guys I'm new to this forum been reading a bunch of stuff on here, a lot of cool threads. Saw some cool responses to threads like this thought I'd give it a go. Just got this jacket, was gonna buy some pants with it what do you think I should go with?

This is the jacket, the Holden varsity.

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Burtons "The Jeans"



Theyre gor-tex with a jean print that looks amazing with varsity style jackets.
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oh, ok those are pretty cool. Ive seen some of those I think on the slopes, just thought the guy was wearing jeans. haha A bunch of companies probably make these huh?
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Ive only see burton make them but other companies might. not sure. The guy on the slopes probably was just wearing jeans.
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Holden makes a denim pant in different styles, too. Although the Burton pant seems to have that worn jeans look.

Here's what the Holden Standard looks like in Black Denim for example:

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The Genuine Denim Skinny (Denim Raw):
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Genuine Denim Raw:
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I might have mislabeled those...Holden's descriptions are pretty similar and require more focus and brain power than I have atm haha.

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dont ever buy the jean snow pants. i guarantee you will look like a tool

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i think they look good. especially good with certain jackets.

Varsity style jacket, denim style pants, and nike ZF1 boot would look sick
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dont ever buy the jean snow pants. i guarantee you will look like a tool
Personally, I wouldn't be as concerned with how they look. It's more in how they feel.

I've seen that Burton pant in a shop and the material seemed thin and almost vinyl-like (for lack of a better description).

I've also seen Holden's denim variations in person (tried on the women's versions) and the raw style denim felt stiff and didn't have any sort of liner (if you care about liners). The Standard versions seemed more comfortable and have liners. However, the fabric is not as close to a true denim as the Raw versions are.

That said, the Raw denims seemed more rugged of a material.

OP, are there any particular colors you like?
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i think they look good. especially good with certain jackets.

Varsity style jacket, denim style pants, and nike ZF1 boot would look sick
Agreed, especially with the Varsity styles. Those aren't the easiest to pair up.
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dont ever buy the jean snow pants. i guarantee you will look like a tool
Haha I was trying to decide the same, They are kind of cool. Idk if I want to look like I'm in street clothes on the slopes though. I realize that's slightly hypocritical with this jacket but wtv. haha

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Personally, I wouldn't be as concerned with how they look. It's more in how they feel.

I've seen that Burton pant in a shop and the material seemed thin and almost vinyl-like (for lack of a better description).

I've also seen Holden's denim variations in person (tried on the women's versions) and the raw style denim felt stiff and didn't have any sort of liner (if you care about liners). The Standard versions seemed more comfortable and have liners. However, the fabric is not as close to a true denim as the Raw versions are.

That said, the Raw denims seemed more rugged of a material.

OP, are there any particular colors you like?
Yea I was personally thinking a blue or maroon would look kinda sick.

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These are the volcom tds too, read there awesome. Any one have personal experience with them?

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