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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-12-2010, 10:53 PM Thread Starter
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Which company makes a decent reasonably baggy snowboard pant?

I've researched across the board on this one but can only conclude that Bonfire (and I'm sure a few others) make a quality decent pant, with a more looser feel? Any further suggestions would be massively appreciated
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Bonfire, Sessions, Volcom, Vans (if you still find some), O'Neill, DC, Quiksilver, Billabong, & some of last seasons' Helly Hanson are all in a baggy fit...
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+1 for Volcom. Mine are baggy but still work well. No complaints at all.
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I have some Quiksilvers and they've been decent. Definitely very baggy. Just a note, but they tend to also run really long. I've drug the bottoms off of them, but whatever. I picked them up at the end of the season last year for $50 and they should make it through the end of the season. Good buy for $50, IMO.
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I'm using Bonfire, O'Neill, & Sessions, & all in a baggy fit. You could also try a regular fit, & go up a size, if you like the style, which is what I've done with a pair of my Sessions Gridlock pants.
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My Special Blend Toofer are pretty baggy and are good quality. Much better than the DC pants I rode last year. Foursquare Q pants are pretty baggy.
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My Ripzone Trilogy pants are baggy without being overkill. Really comfortable and 20k waterproof. Can't go wrong. Those with the sessions pants, do the crotch vent zippers bother you? I tried on a pair and they bugged the hell out of me. Rest of the fit was great, but those zippers annoyed the crap out of me. Just curios id that happened to anyone else.

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the north face makes some good baggy pants.
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North Face used to make Vans' outerwear, being in the same company umbrella, but as Vans have now stopped production, Nth Face have stepped in, & have produced some pretty sweet products
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My Burton Shaun pants have never failed me. They are the perfect fit for me. Not too baggy, and not even close to tight. More fitted around the waist. 3 seasons and still going strong.


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