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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-20-2010, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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My new gear.

Hey there, short time reader, first time poster. I just received the rest of my gear for a snowboarding trip to Breckenridge, CO first week of the new year. I was wondering if the jacket looks too[ big. What I'm wearing:
1. full under armor (pants, shirt, hood(ninja!))
2. Level Fly gloves with Biomex
3. Oakley Splice Goggles with VR28 Black Iridium & HI Yellow Iridium
4. Oakley Entire Jacket (ordered a large, concerned it might be too big)
5. Oakley Fari Ski pants
Let me know what you all think.

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how tall are you? im looking at the medium in black/white
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I'm about 6'1", but the large was a little too big to be comfortable. It worked really great though otherwise. I just think a beginner like me should've gotten more form fitting gear so I didn't have it flopping around.
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that really doesn't look big at all, it actually looks kind of small haha. Trust me even if it feels a bit big, you'll learn to love it when you actually get out there riding, especially the length of it. I wear all my snowboard stuff a size up because it helps keep the snow out and it really is more comfortable to have room, plus it looks better
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that really doesn't look big at all, it actually looks kind of small haha. Trust me even if it feels a bit big, you'll learn to love it when you actually get out there riding, especially the length of it. I wear all my snowboard stuff a size up because it helps keep the snow out and it really is more comfortable to have room, plus it looks better
Exactly what I was going to say! A size up will make it easier to move around in and also might just stop that little bit of snow sneaking down your crack.
In terms of looking good, as long as it doesn't look like a dress you're sweet and even then, some people get around that......... Function > Form
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