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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-07-2012, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys,

This is basically a question as to which color scheme most of you guys would go .. Right now I have a button stagger in the color grayeen .. Looks beige to me ? Now I'm goin to get burton cargos for this season .. And the two color options available to me are ; chino, and black. Chino seem awfully close to grayeen, and I'm not sure I want to be th matching guy on the hills?

What avenue would you guys go down? To match or to not match?

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Imo unless it's all white(which makes you harder to see to other people,) matching solid colors looks terrible.

All the good looking matching stuff are patterned.

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Definitely black, don't think twice about it. Plus when you get a new coat you can get whatever you want, cause black will contrast it
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Thanks for your input fellas,

I have decided to go with the black. I had come across a pair of tench green as well, but I believe they were 2011 models, and were 5g breathability, rather then 10g in the 2012s , so I went with the black 2012 model.

I had never really thought about how dirty that the lighter colours may get as well, after a few trips out to the hill.

Have you guys wore the cargo's by Burton? If so, do you think an XL would fit properly? I'm approx 6'2, 225lbs. I'm okay with them being a little loose .. would rather that ,then too tight.

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Never had burton pants but i would assume an XL would fit a 6'+ person good. Burton isnt typically too saggy in their regular fit stuff
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