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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-19-2011, 08:23 PM Thread Starter
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Under Armour snowboard pants??

Anyone tried the Under Armour snowboard pants? Or any of the other Jackets as well?
I saw them while at Academy Sports today and might try them out....

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my one friend has an under armor ski jacket that he really likes
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friend of mine picked up one of their jackets for like $39 at TJ Maxx a few winters ago - actually he bought two of them, gave one to another friend; they both like them a lot.


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I use an UA coat... it's GREAT. Super lightweight, thin and warm. I do also wear an UA hoodie as an extra layer to get some extra warmth as the coat by itself isn't quite enuf. Mine is a longer length jacket so it covers low... nice for when sitting on the ground, doesn't pull up on the back letting wind or snow in.

Not typical boarding brand... so I may look like a bit of a poser out there... but I'm warm and dry so everyone else be damned. LOL.
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