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Theres not many big boy boards out there any more,and a cheap one is virtually non existent. The skunk ape is definately one of them as is the prior freeride 176 but neither are on the cheap side.
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Giant snowboarder freaks unite!

6'8" and wear a pair of Turbine XXL cargos. They have plenty-o-inseam.

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Snowboard pants with longest inseam?

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I start to snowboard this season, i have question regarding to board for a big dude:
I ride freestyle board 170W, its quite short and "soft"
I am looking for a second board 175W or bigger - intended use all around or freeride.
Only 1 found is 2013 Lib Tech Skunk Ape C2BTX Wide Snowboard 180 - Mens but, thats to much pro for me, im looking for something cheaper.
Can you give me some recomendation?
Thx
Spring for the Skunk Ape 180 if you can. You will LOVE it. I certainly do!
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Damn, you guys are making me feel small at 6'5". I wear just regular XXL Burton pants and quite honestly there is quite a bit of drag on them. I imagine those would work for someone a couple inches taller. They've also held up pretty well for me.
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Where were all of you tall pplz when i wanted to know which boots have the most footprint reduction im still kinda scared that my gnu cc 165w will not be wide enought for my 14 foot and i will have drag issues.
I think I replied in that thread. If I didn't then I'll mention that I have size 15 boots without the footprint reduction on a 166w (not a gnu however, but similar waists so I don't know how exact the comparison would be) that doesn't give me drag issues, FWIW.
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Holy shit balls we got some huge dudes in here.

6'8 here, I got special blends, airblasters, and 686s, they all fit decently well...

And I second the skunk ape!!! Boom!

We should set up a date with all the giants on the same mountain!! Scare all the kids away!! Can you imagine ten dudes 6'7+ bombing down some runs dressed in big foot costumes!

Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.
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