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02-16-2014 05:38 PM
GreyDragon I can hardly wait for your next post.
02-16-2014 04:36 PM
icon4x
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Originally Posted by LuckyRVA View Post
He posted that over 3 years ago. I' sure he's figured it out by now.
But .... what if he didn't...
02-16-2014 03:58 PM
ShredLife
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Originally Posted by icon4x View Post
Dude, just put the belt on the reverse way, and the opener will be right side up.
02-16-2014 03:55 PM
LuckyRVA
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Originally Posted by icon4x View Post
Dude, just put the belt on the reverse way, and the opener will be right side up.

He posted that over 3 years ago. I' sure he's figured it out by now.
02-16-2014 03:04 PM
icon4x
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Originally Posted by jpb3 View Post
I wear a 686 Original snow tool belt, primarily b/c it has a bottle opener. It also is just a sick piece of kit that and I appreciate the ingenuity. Includes a #2 phillips, #2 flat head, and 1/2, 9/16, 3/8 wrenches and the bottle opener I mentioned previously. The bottle opener should have been designed opposite of what it is so you could use it while wearing it without spilling the precious nectar.

Dude, just put the belt on the reverse way, and the opener will be right side up.
07-13-2011 07:24 PM
fattrav
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i use the same belt but for different reason. the buckle has two prongs - the above mentioned phillips and flat head screwdrivers - which means it's impossible for the prongs to slip out of the frame, which was a problem for me with any other belt on 20+ foot jumps - i'd stomp the landing but my trousers would end up around my knees...
Just afterbang and shout out "yeah, like a boss". Everyone will think your the radest dude on the hill.
07-13-2011 07:21 PM
thetraveler
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Originally Posted by jpb3 View Post
I wear a 686 Original snow tool belt, primarily b/c it has a bottle opener. It also is just a sick piece of kit that and I appreciate the ingenuity. Includes a #2 phillips, #2 flat head, and 1/2, 9/16, 3/8 wrenches and the bottle opener I mentioned previously. The bottle opener should have been designed opposite of what it is so you could use it while wearing it without spilling the precious nectar.
i use the same belt but for different reason. the buckle has two prongs - the above mentioned phillips and flat head screwdrivers - which means it's impossible for the prongs to slip out of the frame, which was a problem for me with any other belt on 20+ foot jumps - i'd stomp the landing but my trousers would end up around my knees...
07-13-2011 05:41 PM
fattrav I need more posts to get my post count up
07-13-2011 12:21 PM
alaric bringin it back from the DEAD!
07-13-2011 12:19 PM
BringItOn OP means original poster?

Whats wrong with ridin like a G

maybe he is just skinny i like wearing some bigger pants just for the comfort of it, but that means i have to wear a belt as well

dont be judging
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