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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 11-04-2010, 01:45 PM
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id stick with 686, foursquare and bonfire are both comparable in style and fit, but I think they are generally a little more spendy
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Sessions are my favorite and Volcom. I have had DC, Burton and Quick Silver. The Sessions and Volcom always have baggy fit and extra pockets.
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I am a big Burton AK fan but this year I'm giving Special Blend's gore-tex stuff a try

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i like bonfire and special blend pants both have served me well and they both were always dry
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i just picked up a set of volcom pants and jackets. they have the compatible zippers so the rear zips up easily. so useful and such quality stuff. wouldn't go any other way.
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I have Four Square, and have had no problems with them.
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I have been riding in solely Burton outerwear. I have pants that I've been abusing since '06 and they still stay dry and keep me warm. The butt area is finally starting to wear a little though, but I ride on ice so falling here can be pretty damaging to outerwear.

As someone already stated, I only buy the mid to high tier products (on discount of course ). I also like Burton's signature fit. Looks pretty baggy, but doesn't fit baggy

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My Favorite fit is my special blend and my DC...but quality-wise they are lacking

Best quality I've had were Bonfire, but sold them bc I didn't like the fit. My GF has Volcom and they're some solid pants but she doesn't ride nearly as much as I do, so not sure as to how they'd look after 100 hard riding days.
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Burton makes good quality pants, I had some grenade before and they where nice too.

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Burton makes good quality pants, I had some grenade before and they where nice too.
cant go wrong with burton. i have the new special blend mark pants with gore tex and they look pretty durable. i also did a waterproof test and they stay dry as a bone.

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