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burton dryride getting too wet, solution?

So yesterday i went riding and by lunch time my ass was soaking wet. To be fair i did spend a lot of time on my ass, but i thought the pants would do a better job as far as keeping me dry . I dont want to buy new pants, so what my next move, can i buy a layer to keep me dry underneath? What to you guys wear to stay dry? Thanks
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Nikwax TX Direct will help a bit, but won't solve the issue completely.
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Nikwax TX Direct will help a bit, but won't solve the issue completely.
thanks, i really didnt thought of product like these.
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Your spending a lot of time on your butt cause

A. Your a noob
B. You suck
C. All the above

haha jkjk.. I'm an intermediate free rider and I wear protective gear underneath my board pants to minimize the impact of falls and walk away with my ass in tact. I currently own the demon d3o protective shorts, not only do they serve as ass protectors they also double as ass warmers when I spend prolonged periods sitting in the snow reminiscing the nollie front flip that I didn't just land
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Sorry but the real solution here is goretex pants. Good sales on right now.
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Sorry but the real solution here is goretex pants. Good sales on right now.
yeah kind of hoping for a cheaper solution though.
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yeah kind of hoping for a cheaper solution though.
shred > time on butt = dry butt

end of season sales are starting, great time to pick up some discounted gear.
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shred > time on butt = dry butt

end of season sales are starting, great time to pick up some discounted gear.
true, i will start by trying the nikwax thing and see from there. I dont usually spend that much time on my ass but that day the trail were full of mogul and i suck at negociating these bastards.
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well i gave in, just bought burton ak cyclic at 50% off. feels good man.
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