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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-28-2009, 10:52 PM
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ski pants are slim, the problem with them is that they are designed for skiing not snowboarding so there isnt as much room in the thiegh for turning as you would like...

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ski pants are slim, the problem with them is that they are designed for skiing not snowboarding so there isnt as much room in the thiegh for turning as you would like...
yeah this shit is sooooooooooooooo fucking slim

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dude, i'm not going to even open that link. i don't want to know...

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dude, i'm not going to even open that link. i don't want to know...
highlight the link before you open it. It's just a ski outerwear company. Shit looks weak too, but I bet it would match perfectly with some freeskiiers fucking retarded tall tees.
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highlight the link before you open it. It's just a ski outerwear company. Shit looks weak too, but I bet it would match perfectly with some freeskiiers fucking retarded tall tees.
haha saga's actually legit

so yeah, made for tall-t

just like baggy snowboard outerwear?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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The Thirty Two Cappa Slims are nice. 20k pant for $145. My second would be any of the holdens. The Holden Standard skinnys are really slim. Like skinny jean slim.

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Some people here have serious stereotype issues (which translates literally in english to 'self-esteem problems') when it comes to clothing preference, but I do agree that after a few days you'll realize why everyone rides with their pants' crotch down at their knees. I personally always buy a size bigger than I do with any other clothing for snow pants and jackets.


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Personally, I never understood the whole "let's show my boxers off to the world" thing. Snowboarding or in real life. It's funny to me to see people make fun of low rise jeans, yet they sag their pants effectively making them low-rise lol. Don't get me wrong, I don't really care about it. I just prefer not to sag. I do like my snowboard pants baggy though. I don't want to imagine how hard it would be to squat in slim pants.
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