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Past season pants

So something last year happened where I was unable to get the pants so now I'm looking to get them, so far I'm narrowed down to these..

Ride Phinney
Burton Poacher

which sure which I should be looking for my waist size is a 32 so some I might run in-between sizes in some cases.
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So something last year happened where I was unable to get the pants so now I'm looking to get them, so far I'm narrowed down to these..

Ride Phinney
Burton Poacher

which sure which I should be looking for my waist size is a 32 so some I might run in-between sizes in some cases.
Yo hablo ingles? Not sure exactly what you're asking holy hell man read what you type before you hit send... Both are decent pants though.
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Maybe go to a store and try them on? Or order the one that fits according to the size chart? If ordering online, just make sure they have a good return policy and take a look at the size chart. I had no problem when I had to exchange a jacket I ordered online for a smaller size - it was a great deal and worked out in the end, even though it took some time. No one can really tell you which size or brand of pants is going to fit you best without knowing anything about you, your sizing, etc.
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Maybe go to a store and try them on?


OMG,…!! radiomuse,…! However did you come up with such an Off the wall, Out of the Box, novel Idea?????

Seriously Mike, Sometimes It just seems so obvious afterwards. Don't it???


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….No one can really tell you which size or brand of pants is going to fit you best without knowing anything about you, your sizing, etc.
The Official Burton Site has a "Fit Guide" you can check for their outerwear products. Pay CLOSE attention to any particular clothing items "fit style!" I.e. skinny fit, sig fit, mid fit, etc. With the Burton stuff? Just because the waist size is correct? It still might not fit you!


(….Wish they'd bring back that roomier "Team Fit" in something other than the expensive as fuck AK line!)

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Yeah but say you have Ride pants, is the fit going to be the same on the whole line of ride pants? In that case I can try on in a local store but they don't stock these as they are at least 2 seasons old I think.
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Yeah but say you have Ride pants, is the fit going to be the same on the whole line of ride pants? In that case I can try on in a local store but they don't stock these as they are at least 2 seasons old I think.
I don't know! Try the Ride web site. If they don't list that info,.. try an email to them.

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Yeah but say you have Ride pants, is the fit going to be the same on the whole line of ride pants? In that case I can try on in a local store but they don't stock these as they are at least 2 seasons old I think.
Most definitely not. Fit varies among models. For instance, my 686 Echo jacket fits way different than my 686 Smarty jacket. Chomps gave you a good example with all the Burton fit options. Order them and return them if they don't fit if that's your only option. Or try to find the same model in this year. No guarantees it will have the same exact fit, but I imagine it would be similar - email Ride if you are in doubt.
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Ah gotcha I would be ordering from The House.com
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Honestly I'd check locally. I just got a bunch of last years gear at a local shop less expensive than I could find it anywhere on line for the exact same product. Local shops don't like sitting on last years product, AT ALL. Plus you are supporting your local fellers! Keep your local homies full of food and a roof over their heads!
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