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Old 10-02-2013, 10:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fashion wise...What do you guys think looks steeziest because you are going to be one or the other I believe??? Unless you do both styles on accident sometimes than it doesn't matter.

I have tried both ways and find I always go to "NOT" covering the highback with my pants.

When I cover my highback with my pants...I sometimes feel like the pants "might" get caught on a box or in the snow on a hard heel side turn. On hard toe side turns I sometimes can feel the pants pulling/lifting on the heel cup. Don't like those feelings so I always end up not covering the highback.

Just ranting and seeing what people prefer. I know it doesn't matter but just seeing what people prefer and end up doing fashion wise and if they think it makes them look/feel more steezy.

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personally I go one covered one uncovered and what is steezy is that a new park trick???
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I have absolutely no idea what I go. I think they are probably both partially covered because I just strap in and dont pay attention.
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Quit looking at my highback, perv. Covered!
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Quit looking at my highback, perv. Covered!
HAHA =) Freaking made my day. LOL!
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With Flows, it's not really much of a choice.
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With Flows, it's not really much of a choice.
Like I said 1 in 1 out us Flow riders stick together
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With Flows, it's not really much of a choice.
TRUE. Haha =)
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Old 10-02-2013, 10:42 PM   #9 (permalink)
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uncovered, because who can wait to pull their pants up over their bindings when there's snow to be ridden!
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There was a thread about this somewhere... I ride with pants inside the hiback for the reasons you mentioned in your post.
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