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New jacket and pants!! help

Hi.. i need some new gear and I'm thinking that you guys could help me out.
the money isn't a issue, so if you could pick a jacket an some pants, what would you go with?
I don't have so much experience, but yesterday i went to the local shop and checked out some Burton ak stuff, it seems nice..
but what are you think?
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Honestly, if money isn't an issue then I would get this combo.

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Hi.. i need some new gear and I'm thinking that you guys could help me out.
the money isn't a issue, so if you could pick a jacket an some pants, what would you go with?
I don't have so much experience, but yesterday i went to the local shop and checked out some Burton ak stuff, it seems nice..
but what are you think?
I am think you should run with your feelings on this one.

If I could pick some jackets and pants for free, I would almost go with "whatever". If I was paying...these here are what I would get as they really appeal to my love of tech and usability for the climate I ride in (plus the lining in the material burton uses on their pants pockets is....it just feels to good on the hands...)
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i bought KJUS on sale last year and wore it this weekend for the first time. WOW the material and feel is incredible. extremely light and great range of motion. keeps body temperature perfect. also has some good accessory pockets for like iPhone and googles.
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Sweet protection

Thanks for reply..
do anybody have experience with the sweet protection brand??
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The brand is called sweet?

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+1 volcom setup ftw

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Volcom all the way! I have my full kit coming in the mail and my b/f is all in teh ziptech as well.

I have never heard of "sweet" protection. Are you sure someone wasn't just saying "That stuff is sweet protection?"

EDIT Never mind, here it is! http://www.sweetprotection.com/

I have to say their stuff looks pretty.. sweet.

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