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10-19-2008 04:20 AM
F0rgiven Yeah i ended up getting a black foursquare stevo jacket (really nice) for $75, down from $210 and Sessions gunmetal houndstooth tinker pants (nice and baggy just the way i like them. not to mention the color matches my beanie :P) for $60, down from $170. Got both of them from Tramdock and Whiskey Militia.

Tramdock and Whiskey Militia are my freakin heroes. they have so many damn good deals. I even got my Oakley crowbars from them for $54, down from $95-$120.


I also like Backcountry.com. Good deals and awesome customer service.
10-19-2008 03:18 AM
baxter I used to live in Iowa, and we didn't have anything there except for Scheels (a sports store where the snowboard kiosk was next to the hunting supplies). So I relied heavily on online shopping. I love The House, dogfunk, and DJ's Boardshop. I keep coming back to them because they have the stuff I want and at a fairly good price. They've treated me well so far....

I like Sessions, they make some great outerwear, especially for the ladies who don't particularly like looking like a cupcake with frosting on top; (how did teal and pink become the new black?! ) my boyfriend likes Foursquare, they put out some durable jackets and pants as well. I guess we're not about this years stuff, what worked last year will probably work well this year. I'd rather spend my money on a new board, season passes, or groceries.
09-27-2008 05:29 PM
F0rgiven
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Originally Posted by alaric View Post
Sessions =]
any certain model of sessions pants you recommend?
09-25-2008 07:12 PM
F0rgiven SOB. i was in class so now there's only XL left....
so lame.
09-25-2008 06:29 PM
Seminole Nate Tramdock.com: Sessions Alpha Pant - Men's

Has sessions pants on sale right now for $31.25, it's like whiskeymilitia.com so hurry up if you want a pair.
09-25-2008 05:00 PM
F0rgiven Fact or Fiction
Sessions pants run unusually large around the waist?
09-25-2008 04:01 PM
alaric
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Originally Posted by F0rgiven View Post
yeah i'm tryin to find some nice pants now. Any recommendations of durable and atleast 10k waterproof/breathability pants?
Sessions =]


686 is what I'm looking to get pants wise.
09-25-2008 03:35 PM
F0rgiven yeah i'm tryin to find some nice pants now. Any recommendations of durable and atleast 10k waterproof/breathability pants?
09-24-2008 01:13 PM
Seminole Nate Heh, I was just about to mention whiskeymilitia, they've got a cheap foursquare jacket on there right now. Great deals if they have your size.
09-23-2008 09:52 PM
F0rgiven EDIT:
Ok well i ended up buying the Foursquare Stevo Jacket because Whiskey Militia has it on sale for 66.99 instead of 209.99. Think this sounds like a good bargain to me. lol
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