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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-02-2014, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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Do you own more than one snowboard/ski jacket?

if so, how many?
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3 jackets. A 15k/10k regular, 10k/10k backup, and a 2.5k/2.5k closet hanger unless a friend decides to try out the sport/addiction.
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Since i started to ride 12 months a year I have gotten alot more "jackets" probably 10ish for different scenarios
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Yep. 3 - a Quiksilver Gore-Tex shell and two Sessions softshell hoodies

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4 - 20k/20k Shell, 10k/10k Insulated, 8K/5k Loaner, and a spring Jacket that has yet to make it to the mountain. Do vests count?
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6 jackets and 4 pants.
I like buying a little something new every year and I rarely sell stuff. Started buying a second set of outerwear after riding one day in the rain and was riding again the next day. Everything was soaked so I got a back up set. I really only wear 2 of my jackets and 3 of the pants. Of what I wear I'm not sure of the numbers just know when I wear them. Planet Earth pant are a light pant for when it's warm. Sessions denim pant are my go to pant I normally wear and love them. The last are my Oakley corduroy pant that are for very cold days because they are extremely warm.
For my jackets on warm days I have 2 water resistant Burton hoodies made for riding. Then have a Planet Earth and Oakley jacket I switch between. Wear the Planet Earth one most.

Have another oakley jacket that's just a shell that is real slick looking. Wear that for good as a casual jacket.


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Got about 8 jackets and 6 pants. Mad really as I only get away 2/3 trips a year but there is just so much cool looking shit every season
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Volcom Lando TDS (gore-tex) For nasty weather
Mammut Slope down jacket - For super cold days
EMS Helix Anorak shell (neoshell) Backcountry hiking
Columbia peak 2 peak shell (omni-dry) Backcountry hiking
Marmot soft shell

Got all my angles covered

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Take off your pants and jacket

I got 4 jackets a million sweatshirts I wear but only 1 pair of pants -_-
Four square jacket, DC jacket, RedSox jacket, and a Bruins jacket/jersey. Then my 3 or 4 main sweatshirts and 2 fake Celtic Jerseys lol.

Somehow I match them all with my one pair of pants..
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4 jackets and 4 pants seem to favor 686 Jacket and cargo pants.
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