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+7 on the smarty pants. I have the smarty 2.5 complete white digi print. I used them this season is all different kinds of weather from cold to warm and slushy conditions. I only wore my underarmour pants and opened the vents when it was warmer. I never got wet even when sitting in the wet slush snow waiting for my friends to strap in.
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I like my special blends, that is all

my names's Petey and i have gigantic balls
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Im just curious on the sizing of the Smarty's.... I hear nothing but good things about them as well. Anyone wear a size large/medium? how does it compare to your jean waist size?
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Im just curious on the sizing of the Smarty's.... I hear nothing but good things about them as well. Anyone wear a size large/medium? how does it compare to your jean waist size?
I have a size medium but I wish they were just a touch bigger. I'm 6 foot, about 185lbs and wear a 34 waist in jeans.
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I also wear a 34, about 170 lbs..so that's why I asked. I figured I am right on the border of M/L... thanks for the info!
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Yeah if you like them baggier go large, if you like a little more fitted go medium.
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I've been impressed with my Nike Hazelnut Cargos (womens) so far. I'm not a "Nike person" per se, but they were deeply discounted and my local shop guys have been wearing & liking the Nike pants.

Comfortable, warm, quality construction and materials, waterproof/breathable 10,000mm. The model I have has the Recco Avalanche system, too. Which I'm sure comes in handy if needed.

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I have some insulated Vans that are awesome! I hear Vans outer wear is made by The North Face.

I have also heard good things about 686.
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