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06-15-2011 10:37 PM
Madyui I've got Foursquare Hoffman pants and they're really comfy in many different weather conditions. Their thin liner works so well I don't need anything but undies and crash shorts underneath in cold windy conditions. One day it was so warm I had to wear one thin top and take off my gloves (first 50-50's and 180's that day!) but the huge zippered vents kept me cool and comfy. I highy recommend them.
06-12-2011 10:53 AM
Originally Posted by fattrav View Post
^had the Burton vent pant for a few seasons, very comfortable. And the plushest pockets known to man.
I have these pants but I get soaked in them if I'm in powder. Ever have this issue? I tried adding back the repellent using one of those sprays and it did nothing to help
06-11-2011 12:17 AM
Casper I've got Ripzone trilogy pants as jacket too.

They've held up good and they take a beating at times if I wipe out on the nasty stuff. Depending on if it's snowing or not, when temps get up to around 0 deg C I wear either my liner or my jacket, but not both.
06-10-2011 10:01 AM
Originally Posted by NWBoarder28 View Post
I have Ripzone Trilogy pants form last season that I will wear again this season as they are pretty durable and keep me super dry. The fit is a little baggy in the legs with the waist being a proper fit. I like 'em.
I have ripzone trilogy pants and jacket, love em. I am never cold in the areas covered by my jacket and pants ... sometimes my face gets cold if the wind sneaks in. However, I recommend getting a different jacket/pant for warmer weather ... you will die in the trilogy when it is around 0C.
06-10-2011 08:31 AM
CheeseForSteeze You're probably not going to find a better pant than the 686 Orignal Cargo. I've worn two pairs now and they are the burliest cargo pant you can get in that style.

I have some Nomis Simon Sig Sag Out pants I wear when it isn't too cold or I'm staying in the park and away from the summit but they aren't nearly as durable as the 686 OGs.
06-10-2011 08:14 AM
fattrav ^had the Burton vent pant for a few seasons, very comfortable. And the plushest pockets known to man.
06-10-2011 06:47 AM
laffdog If you dont mind burton the shelter pant or cargo are pretty comfy and baggy, I've got the shelter and I am pretty happy with them, they keep me warm and dry and I barley know they are there!!!
04-15-2011 05:15 PM
Powder Keg Bonfires are amazingly great stuff.
My firefly's.... well can't say much good things about them.
04-15-2011 03:29 PM
hanzosteel special blend - amazing quality, tons of features, unbeatable burton w48 warranty and ridonkulously baggy. i'm riding in their slim fit d.b.s but i've tried their baggy-fit toofers and they were so loose i could have shoved two watermelons in there and no one would have noticed. i can vouch for their w48 warranty, they came through for me the one and only time i've ever needed to use it - new product was at my door on the second day.
04-13-2011 11:19 AM
TofuSama My Firefly pants have treated me well. Can't say I'm hard on em, but they haven't torn or anything except where I walk on the end of the leg.
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