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Ripzone pants/jackets

So I bought a ripzone pair of pants off of Ebay for like 10 bucks, but they ran a bit small for me in Large. From the feel and design they seem very well made and warm, so I was going to order some from Amazon, but before I sink $150 into clothes can I get some feedback on what you guys think? Other ideas would be welcome as well, in the same price range preferably. Thanks a lot
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So I bought a ripzone pair of pants off of Ebay for like 10 bucks, but they ran a bit small for me in Large. From the feel and design they seem very well made and warm, so I was going to order some from Amazon, but before I sink $150 into clothes can I get some feedback on what you guys think? Other ideas would be welcome as well, in the same price range preferably. Thanks a lot
I have 2 pairs of old ripzone trilogy pants. 20k. Bought both of them used and they have still held up.

Dunno about their new stuff, but the ones I have are well made. Would reccomend

Read on another forum: "If someone held a gun to my head and said, "You have to move to Salida tomorrow", I'd probably do it. If they told me I had to go to Breckenridge instead, I think I'd just let them pull the trigger."
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I had a pair of 20k Trilogies as well last year.

Sold them about half way through the season cause I have about 6 pair.

Bad decision, all my other pants sucked ass.

One of the other pair that sucked ass, was also Rip-Zone 5k.

I don't really think the brand matters so much anymore, there's so many good ones out there now.

What matters is the 20k rating, that's what you should be checking for.


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I have a pair of Ripzone Trilogy pants too. I've only used them a couple days riding and a couple days snow shoeing, but so far they've held up great. They were a big upgrade from the cheapo insulated snow pants I had. The only complaint I have is that they're a bit restrictive in the seat.
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