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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-21-2010, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Pants that aren't super baggy

42 year old snowboarder, short and slim looking for a good pair of snowboard pants (shell w/o insulation) that isn't super baggy. I want some cargo pockets and am tired of wearing skier pants, but don't want typical baggy fit.

28" waist, 29" inseam. Any suggestions?
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I love my Ripzone pants. Loose, but not crazy baggy like some of the others.

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special blend d.b. and mason pants, slim fit and covered by burton`s w48 warranty
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OP, I think you might be looking for more of a loose fit, rather than a slim fit.

Lotsa kids here sporting their not-so-steezy nut-huggers out on the hill these days and could possibly point you in the wrong direction.

As for my contribution, I would recommend Quiksilver as they've never been overly baggy, but more fitting and loose and always comfortable.

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Patagonia Sidewalls are decent, I had a pair for awhile.
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