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Quality Cheaper Snow Pants? XXL

I have Hillbilly Butt Pads and in order to wear them along with my thermals etc I need XXL Snow pants. Can someone tell me a pair of snow pants that are XXL that are decent quality that are under $100? I found a pair for $119 and after a discount drops to about $105

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Ride Alki Pants | evo outlet

is this the best deal I can get?
Thanks for the info!
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I picked up a pair of Quicksilver pants on clearance two summers ago for like $50. They've actually held up damn well. I've pretty much drug the bottoms off of them because they're too long, but screw it, they were $50.
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You can get el cheapo generic snow pants at any ski shop and most sporting goods stores.

They aren't usually waterproof, but they only cost ~$20-$30 for a pair. Skiers love them because they have a tendency to slice holes in their pants when they fall (edges), so they have to buy them fairly regularly
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Yea id like them to be waterproof if I can. I don't mind spending money but I just spent a lot on the rest of my gear and my budget is wearing thin. Are there are Good Quality pants that are a little less pricey?
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dunno. Check gearscan and department of goods. Its a lot harder to get cheap shells every since Sierra Snowboard went away.
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Yea id like them to be waterproof if I can. I don't mind spending money but I just spent a lot on the rest of my gear and my budget is wearing thin. Are there are Good Quality pants that are a little less pricey?
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sierra snowboards did change names.
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The sierra snowboard site got bought by trusnow and there are about 1/10th the number of deals on shells that there were back in the late 2000's.

There will inevitably be a site or store somewhere that sells left over, odd sized gear for really cheap but I haven't found it yet. Haven't been impressed much by Department of Goods or GearScan
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columbia ridge 2 run. i wear a 40-42 pant and theyre a little loose on me in 2xl. theyre around 100 dollars and have all the waterproof tech and fun stuff
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