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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-17-2011, 02:54 AM
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wow, it says 732 views on this post and no inputs....I am speechless!
Boohoo waah! Most companies list the inseam length of their sizes. So, go do your own research instead of expecting to be spoon fed and crying when no one will.

Also, a total of like 5 people actually post on here in the summer.
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wow, this snowboard forum is a joke, nobody on this is active, what a waste of signing up!! I probably have a better chance on pbnation.com
I am heart broken! HEART BROKEN!

P.S. this site will help: smallest snowboard pant inseam
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I'm 6'2 and a 28" waist. you've no idea how hard it is to find clothes that fit.
I just prefer baggy with lots and LOTS of pockets. infinitely useful.

Ripzone Strobe Snowboard Pants Electric Blue

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I'm 6'2 and a 28" waist. you've no idea how hard it is to find clothes that fit.
I just prefer baggy with lots and LOTS of pockets. infinitely useful.

Ripzone Strobe Snowboard Pants Electric Blue
5'10 and a 29 waist. Not as hard as you, but I'm with you. I just use suspenders on my snowboard pants since they're so hard to find.
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lol, with you on that one.
i don't use suspenders, though. (too skinny) i actually have an elastic belt that i use with them. works great

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thanks guys, and most of you guys are pretty funny. I did forget it was summer!
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You could just roll the bottom of your pants up a little? I saw a fair few people doing it when I was on the slopes last week, hell even my instructor had hers rolled up, she would've been slightly shorter than you are.
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Idk why but most pants that I've had are always extra long, so yea I'd just roll them up

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I'm 6'2 and a 28" waist. you've no idea how hard it is to find clothes that fit.
I just prefer baggy with lots and LOTS of pockets. infinitely useful.

Ripzone Strobe Snowboard Pants Electric Blue
and i thought i was skinny at 5'11, 155, with a 31 waist. I have been really happy with my ripzone gear too.
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you could try womens snowboard pants, pretty sure they would be smaller
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