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I don't want to dress funny like shaun white.
I want to dress cool like Halldor.
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I had a pair of Salomon ones & they were actually really good.

They didn't look like ratty old jeans with holes & they weren't retardedly baggy.

I found them @ the salvation Army thrift store, brand new with tags($160) for $14.99.

The elastic cuffs @ the bottom zipped out, so they hung like normal pants.

Wore them off the mtn more than on it, they looked mint.

Probably would still have them, but someone offered me $100 bucks for them.

See if you can find the Salomon ones, they're great.


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I like cutoff jeans, preferably 3 inches higher than mid thigh.

when your a man sometimes you wear stretchy pants in your room just for fun
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I like cutoff jeans, preferably 3 inches higher than mid thigh.
its best when you can see the pocket liner hanging out the bottom of the cut off, of coarse that is just my opinion to each his own. Some may like a more thong cut.
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its best when you can see the pocket liner hanging out the bottom of the cut off, of coarse that is just my opinion to each his own. Some may like a more thong cut.
Thong cut denim!!! I give up!
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I have the 686 ones. Usually wear them around town, not snowboarding. They are warm and comfy. I like my Burton 3L cargos better for riding though......
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I have the 686 ones. Usually wear them around town, not snowboarding. They are warm and comfy. I like my Burton 3L cargos better for riding though......
I'm leaning towards the Burton 2L stagger in camo. What the f*#! is up with me and camo!? My first jacket was a camo pattern jacket and now I'm eyeing these pants.
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If anyone wants a pair, I have a couple laying around that i inherited from a friend lol.
Kick down, what size?
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I don't want to dress funny like shaun white.
I want to dress cool like Halldor.
Every kid seems to be worshiping Halldor since the X games
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