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My wifes favorite pants are bonfire. Burton and bonfire are sized similar but just compare their size charts to be sure
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found a pair of Oakley Karn snow pants in white for 60 bucks at the oakley vault outlet store in NY. So now i have two pairs in rotation.
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i usually buy burton hover 3 layer goretex on fleabay during offseason... brandnew ones for 120. To 150.
The full price on them are about 400. They are top notch, thats for sure.

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In this post sierra snowboard world (may it R.I.P.), the lowest price you'll typically find if you hit the right sites during sales is ~$60 for previous seasons' pants.

$80 is a much more common 'low' price for overstock pants with 5k and above water resistance.
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For resort pants I normally buy whatever shell I see on Whiskey Militia or steep and Cheap when they pop up, I think I paid 50$ for my DC's.

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Last pair of pants that I bought was a pair of DCs for only $35 (10k rating). You have to look for the big box store PRE-season sales.
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They had pant in your size?

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As a Frenchman, I don't know really well how it works in North-America.

But in Europe it's very hard to find a suitable gear at a cheap price after the winter season.
Shops are empty and you can't find a pant which perfectly fits you.
Your size is typically sold out...

So, the issue is not to find a cheap pant offseason, but to find a pant which fits you.
But, I guess it's different in North-America.

good luck for your shopping

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When it comes to woman's pants, I look for 100% off.







Damn, I had to do that. Easy pickings round here
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