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Old 01-25-2012, 09:55 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:59 AM   #22 (permalink)
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This is one of the funniest thread titles I've seen haha.

I'm a chick and have tried on different brands, so hopefully this helps.

Check out 686 in addition to the other brands mentioned. The 686s I've tried fit well around the waist while having room in the seat. Volcom surprised me that way, too, especially with their slimmer fit designs - NOT the Battlestretch or whatever they're called; those are like skin tight but stretchy, unless that's the way you want to go. Actually, if you do go that route, use a GoPro and post the vid of random guy gawkers catching edges, falling over, etc haha.

I have a pair of Nike's that have an adjustable waistband and a baggier fit all over, so they might work for your seat area and your ACL brace.

Stay away from Holden for the most part. Their designs might be too slim in the seat for you. Burtons seem to run on the larger side, except for the TWC line, so you might want to try them, too.
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Old 01-25-2012, 10:03 AM   #23 (permalink)
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My wife is a size 2 but has a booty of a 4-6. The best cut pants she has found with good quality are Bonfire and Nikita. They are comfortable to her and keep her warm.

You didn't mention height, my wife is only 5'3"

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Old 01-25-2012, 11:58 PM   #24 (permalink)
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SO I tried on a ton of brands today SIMS worked but I would have to take the waist in because who ever makes pants for women must think that all have stick legs and a muffin top lol. Roxy was actually fine and I will order some but for my trip up to Sunrise next week I bought an off brand that worked for my ACL brace. The image I put up is me at Snowbowl notice how I ripped my pants have a bright huge pink brace and I look like a blob lol
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:00 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Jeez, fattrav, you played that straight? Whatthehell? Intimidated by the image?
I know. I've noticed lately that I've been alot more serious, it's kinda disturbing and not like me at all. So, yeah...

Hey OP- Is that you on the......right?
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SO I tried on a ton of brands today SIMS worked but I would have to take the waist in because who ever makes pants for women must think that all have stick legs and a muffin top lol. Roxy was actually fine and I will order some but for my trip up to Sunrise next week I bought an off brand that worked for my ACL brace. The image I put up is me at Snowbowl notice how I ripped my pants have a bright huge pink brace and I look like a blob lol
Glad you found something that works for you!

Yeah, what is with that design?! Even a Holden "skinny fit" pant has a larger waist than the rest of the pant. For me, a size that fits well overall is always too short in length. It is frustrating..
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:49 PM   #27 (permalink)
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your thread title made me laugh but I'll come out of lukerdom to post.

Ive tried on just about every brand of pant as I have the same problem as you. In a previous life I was a competitive cyclist and I still do a fair amount of riding. Not to mention squats and deadlifts a couple times a week...not only is my butt big my, I also have huge quads as well. When I was racing my thighs were the same measurement as my waist (25")

anyway, I have had no luck other then buying my pants 1-2 sizes too big and wearing a belt. It's the same thing I do for my jeans and slacks except those I have tailored. I often have to buy a size 12 or 14 to fit the ass and thighs only to have 4-5 inches taken out of the waist! It's just a fact of life, as yes most womens' clothing is NOT designed for athletic women. I was hoping snow pants would be different as it's an athletic activity (but from what Ive seen a lot of chix hang out at the bar more then they ride. Sorry. That's been my experience when trying to find chick riding buddies...

I used to wear skinsuits when i raced bikes and if I didn't handle cold so poorly I'd wear one on the mtn.
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I haven't tried Roxy brand, as I've come to the conclusion that I will swim in whatever pants I put on. I run cold, so I can never find cute pants that keep me warm enough and dry enough
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When I was racing my thighs were the same measurement as my waist (25")

Not to make light of the issue here, but could you crack coconuts?
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I run cold, so I can never find cute pants that keep me warm enough and dry enough
I don't know what type of base wear you are rocking if any? You might want to look into Under Armor or another brands cold gear. That stuff keeps your legs toasty for sure.
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