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ok say i have a very loose budget or no budget at all. Ive got my boards and bindings bought but now i want new,better gear. I ride in a range of conditions but mostly its either really cold like whiteface mt or only somewhat cold like the poconos. I would want a looser fit and prefer a blue green combo (doesnt have to be just dont want the all black snow ninja again). Dont care about the company that much just needs to have all the main features like fully taped seams and that sort of thing. For pants dont suggest any ones with suspenders cuz i hate those. Also i need better gloves, mine dont hold up. For gloves i would want a under the cuff glove, preferably goretex or something, price is no problem and it has to be decently warm. Also I want a park/spring glove thats very waterproof and looks pretty sick too.
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So you have no money, but want all new gear, and want us to figure out what to get for you and where to find it the cheapest. This forum isn't your mom, stop being so fucking lazy.

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So you have no money, but want all new gear, and want us to figure out what to get for you and where to find it the cheapest. This forum isn't your mom, stop being so fucking lazy.
He didn't say he had no money, nor did he ask where to get any deals. But I agree this post is ridiculous.
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I would want a looser fit and prefer a blue green combo (doesnt have to be just dont want the all black snow ninja again). Dont care about the company that much just needs to have all the main features like fully taped seams and that sort of thing. For pants dont suggest any ones with suspenders cuz i hate those.
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No you dumbasses i have all the money i need like theres no cut off point in how much i can spend.
I just want to know what is the best gear out there, price doesnt always say how good it is just look at burton

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oh and about the deals, I know where to find all of last years 300 dollar jackets and get them for 50. I want the stuff that never goes on sale and is the most waterproof, warmest, highest tech shit ever
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If I could pick anything I'd go with Arcteryx and/or First Ascent. Its mountaineering gear but its the highest quality snow gear out there IMO.
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ok say i have a very loose budget or no budget at all. Ive got my boards and bindings bought but now i want new,better gear. I ride in a range of conditions but mostly its either really cold like whiteface mt or only somewhat cold like the poconos. I would want a looser fit and prefer a blue green combo (doesnt have to be just dont want the all black snow ninja again). Dont care about the company that much just needs to have all the main features like fully taped seams and that sort of thing. For pants dont suggest any ones with suspenders cuz i hate those. Also i need better gloves, mine dont hold up. For gloves i would want a under the cuff glove, preferably goretex or something, price is no problem and it has to be decently warm. Also I want a park/spring glove thats very waterproof and looks pretty sick too.
Cool bro, thanks for letting us know.
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No you dumbasses i have all the money i need like theres no cut off point in how much i can spend.
I just want to know what is the best gear out there, price doesnt always say how good it is just look at burton
I'm sure alot of people just skim through posts on here while at work and I interpreted your first line as you saying you don't have any money. And your last two posts just make you sound like a rich dick but maybe I'm reading that wrong too.

Consider Burtons high end stuff like doe suggested. Its really nice, its only their low-mid end stuff that is name-only junk. If I could afford it, I would also try Arc'teryx as well. Though, I can only personally vouch for burtons AK 3L stuff

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