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post #41 of 51 (permalink) Old 10-06-2013, 08:26 PM
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I don't cover my highbacks, only because union makes the best bindings to add patronizing stickers. I also wear a balaclava and a bandana, because I'd rather have people think I got burned or disfigured in some horrible accident than see one blemish on my face.
Really? I wear a mask so can murder small children as I run over them... I learned from Red Dead Redemption that if you wear a mask while your doing bad things and can find somewhere to take it off where no one can see you they will just stop looking for you. Seems odd, but it works.

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I Haven't found a T-shirt long and steezy enough yet.............. Still looking!
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I Haven't found a T-shirt long and steezy enough yet.............. Still looking!
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I keep my high backs exposed, simply cause it's less work lol. It's already bad enough we have to strap on a binding before every run.

Also, not sure about other pants, my Burtons wrap right around your boot with a powder skirt, which doesn't leave my room to go over it anyway.

With that being said, I have symmetry OCD, so my shit has to be symmetrical lol.

I notice even when I play hockey, I still tuck my pants / socks also.
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uncovered, because who can wait to pull their pants up over their bindings when there's snow to be ridden!
Agreed. Also, it just looks lame to have them covered intentionally. Like you're trying too hard to make a statement. You know?
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Definitely cover think comfort before fashion
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I just strap in and go. Pay no attention to whether or not my pants are tucked.
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On lift ride, loose foot over or under your board?
over my board ist not confortable under the board

and i have flows (rear entrance) so my highback are exposed too much trouble if pant goes over
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Uncovered. My meggings won't stretch over the highback
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