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I need new snowboarding pants. Preferably less than $150. They should be pretty warm and water proof. I would also like a bright or neonish color... I dont know what size to get either
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Are we your personal shopper or something?
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Are we your personal shopper or something?
No, it's called a forum people ask for help. I can't really see the point of being a rrr... imbasol on here...
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I need new snowboarding pants. Preferably less than $150. They should be pretty warm and water proof. I would also like a bright or neonish color... I dont know what size to get either
Dude, you've given NO information here. What do you expect?
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I was kind of hoping I could get some help... I dont know what to provide, so ask away.. PLEASE
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are you a dude or a chick? what is your waist size? things like like would be helpful even though its really not hard just to shop for yourself. you shouldnt be worried about warmth, youll get that from your base layers. as far as waterproofing goes, look at something with at least a 10,000mm rating. although 5000mm might be fine for you depending on your conditions.

go to the-house.com and search around. then go buy local or at a better online retailer.
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I was kind of hoping I could get some help... I dont know what to provide, so ask away.. PLEASE
You can't figure that much out? Really?

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are you a dude or a chick? what is your waist size? things like like would be helpful even though its really not hard just to shop for yourself. you shouldnt be worried about warmth, youll get that from your base layers. as far as waterproofing goes, look at something with at least a 10,000mm rating. although 5000mm might be fine for you depending on your conditions.

go to the-house.com and search around. then go buy local or at a better online retailer.
Wow, you are far too helpful...
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i figured they were completely helpless, so i went above and beyond. i really shouldnt have, but i did. oh well.
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Thank you... Bonfire Volt Pant - Men's from Dogfunk.com ... Thoughts?
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Bonfire makes really nice stuff.They are a good pant, probably as tech as you'd need.The fit is a little too snug for my liking but if you like it more power to you and the bluebird colour is pretty sweet.
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