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05-13-2009 03:26 AM
noimdavid
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Originally Posted by Technine Icon View Post
I usually put it in a zipper on the side of my leg, because it's pretty much impossible to land on that area
Same here. Haven't hurt myself yet doing that.
05-12-2009 10:23 AM
mikez My snowboard pants have a pocket on the inside of the lower leg. Perfect place to put things.
05-11-2009 03:56 PM
Gnarly
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Originally Posted by Defy View Post
its super simple. just remove the car key, and leave the rest in the car =)
I already do that. My key has the keyfob integrated into the key...Sort of like the newer VW keys do. The key to my car is 2.5 inches long, 1.25 inches wide and 1/2 inch tall.
05-11-2009 02:45 PM
Defy its super simple. just remove the car key, and leave the rest in the car =)
05-11-2009 10:21 AM
Gnarly I'm just going to swallow the car key and eat a ton of fiber. That way when it's time to go home, I'll just run to the toilet and crap my key out. No way they'll get in the way of park riding now! I wonder if stomach acid eats through plastic?
05-10-2009 02:07 AM
arsenic0 my Mtn Hardware Shell has an inner pocket on the inside left chest with zipper. I put all of my stuff in there generally, keys, credit card and if im drinking my ID.

I generally bring my cell along with me as well...i put that in one of my regular coat pockets zipped up.

My new Analog pants have a lot of pockets though, so i started moving my keys and stuff to the lower pockets which are lower on the leg and would be hard to land on.

Either way though even if im not crashing i still pat myself down to make sure everythings there after each run lol...
05-09-2009 10:58 AM
SB4L There are worse things that can happen to your keys by choosing the wrong pocket: like say back in 2004 in Quebec, a friend and first-time snowboarder who happened to be the driver for said trip loses his keys. This happenned on NEW YEARS EVE!!! We were stuck at our hotel in a small town in the eastern townships of Quebec... and a $250 express-post from back home later, we were back on our way.

Tip: if riding with newbies who are the driver... MAKE SURE they keep their keys in a good spot, or better yet, keep them yourself!
05-08-2009 04:07 AM
maf05r6 my front pocket has a clip for keys. For that matter so does my jacket but the I usually end up with them in my pants pocket.
05-08-2009 02:00 AM
Willy36
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Originally Posted by Catman View Post
Mine stay hidden and locked in my truck. I use a keyless entry to get back in.

I've broken a pair of goggles and a pair of sunglasses that I had in my jacket pockets. So no more fragile things go in pockets for me.
hahahahaha all you fancy people with your plastic and electronics on keys. my keys are quite simply small, flat, and all metal. round for the door, square for the ignition.
05-07-2009 10:29 PM
Catman Mine stay hidden and locked in my truck. I use a keyless entry to get back in.

I've broken a pair of goggles and a pair of sunglasses that I had in my jacket pockets. So no more fragile things go in pockets for me.
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