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Anyone know about the Jean Snowboard Pants

I am wanting some snowboard pants with the jean print on them. I see there are a couple brands DC and Burton. I am hearing mixed reviews on the Burtons being very thin. Anybody have experience with any of the jean print pants?
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I used to wear a pair of Jean snowpants from Sessions.. The looked great and with great protection for a common day on the mountain..
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686 had a Levis X 686 line that was denim tech material. Looked good. I've got a 686 X Krew jacket that is same kinda thing and holding up well. Fabric is nice and tough.
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686 x Levi's Times Collection

686 x Levi’s Times Collection
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I have the Burton jeans and they are a bit thin, but they are also gore-tex so they are still pretty warm. I wear them with a burton base layer underneath and never get cold. They aren't the most insulated pant I own, but they are by far my favorite.
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I have tried a lot of them and they were all pretty bad with the exception of these 686 ones 686 Men's LTD Destructed Denim Insulated Pant - Denim Blue - Sport Chalet

Although I didn't like the "destructed" look so I just gave up on denim snowboard pants.
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Are the Burton ones still absurdly expensive. A couple years ago, they were like $300.
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Are the Burton ones still absurdly expensive. A couple years ago, they were like $300.

Out of all of them the burton ones are by far the worst too.
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If I pay $300 for pants, they better suck me off as I ride the lift.
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Ha! Even the DC ones are 250$.
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