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Old 01-10-2011, 08:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so im still pretty young and im still growing pretty fast which certainly means new jacket/pants every year, but im getting tired of paying $200 for a pair of pants!! i still want something that will actually work (something thats actually waterproof (around 10K, 8 would be fine) and thicker than a tissue. im not sure where to go though, all the shops near me never have any good deals on outerwear so should i just keep watch on stuff like whiskeymilitia? look on ebay? I have a pair of special blend that fit (tightly) from last year but theyre pretty beat up so i was hoping for under $100 but i doubt thatll ever happen... thanks guys us highschool kids cant afford spending so much every winter!!
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Old 01-10-2011, 08:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What Size ya wear?
I have some small Burton Ronin's lil to small for me.
Got them from Whiskey Militia.
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Old 01-10-2011, 08:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I got some nice columbia ones from marshalls. About $40.
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Awesome pant for $70:

Bonfire Spectral Mens Snowboard Pants 2010

Dunno if you are a large though. There are waist adjustments on it. Warning: these are pretty baggy pants. Look sick in my opinion.
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marshalls, Ross's, or TJ maxx's are all great places to find super cheap snowboard gear. All name brand stuff for a fraction of the price.
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marshalls, Ross's, or TJ maxx's are all great places to find super cheap snowboard gear. All name brand stuff for a fraction of the price.
You do have to examine clothes from there thoroughly though. While most of the clothes there will be minor defects such as aesthetic errors, some do have other defects. I've had an instance where a button up I bought had a mis-aligned button so there was a wrinkle when I buttoned up the shirt. Most of the stuff I have bought were aesthetic errors though. One example being the hem of my shirt's plaid design not aligning with the rest of the shirt. Most people probably will never notice these aesthetic errors though. I just have this OCD thing with stuff like this
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yes very true, and always i mean always try stuff on from there, i really have seen more wrong sized or marked items than anything..
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Leo those bonfires look sick... but i understand your from snowboards.net? do you guys ship USPS to canada? cuz ive made the mistake of getting stuff from the states with UPS before and they charge a shit ton for crossing the border (they make excuses for ways to charge more. brokerage fees etc.)
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Awesome pant for $70:

Bonfire Spectral Mens Snowboard Pants 2010

Dunno if you are a large though. There are waist adjustments on it. Warning: these are pretty baggy pants. Look sick in my opinion.
Don't know if he got them but I just picked up a pair.
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