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pant suggestions?

Ok so i'm needing a pair of pants for this season. I was wondering if anyone had suggestions. i'm looking for somthing durable and comfortable of course. I also thought that something with suspenders might be nice? open to suggestions there. and as always cheaper is better
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i got some RIDE pants for this seasons thats warm & comfortable also picked up a pair of E408 pants from the-house.com for $45!!! there a brownish color, wasnt sure about them til i gotem and there made great and comfortable as any other high dollar pants!! they just have a sale on them now...so check either of those out
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I absolutely love my 686 Smarty original cargos. They have a great removable liner and there are enough pockets for everything.
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I absolutely love my 686 Smarty original cargos. They have a great removable liner and there are enough pockets for everything.
same here ....they run around 200 but definetely durable

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Yeah, they are pricey unless you can find a good sale. End of season of course. I think I picked mine of for $109. I was stoked.
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I am super happy with my 4square pants. They got the removable liner and cargo's on the front of your leg for easy access on the chair. They are still warm after a few years of use and plan to use them again this year.
Although 4 square is really expensive you get what you pay for, it you can find some of last years for cheap get em.
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Yeah those smarty pants are popular. I know 4 people that have them and love them, and another is ordering a pair (women's) off of sierra for $60ish. I personally just look at anything that is on sale that i like the color and style of and is a reputable brand, and hopefully it's 15k waterproofing.

i've always thought foursquare stuff to be priced very competitively.

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i love my fourquare hoffman...warm enough and keeps u dry in any weather.
and i got it for 50 bucks from dogfunk.
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I love my DC Banshee pants. They do come with suspenders even.

You can buy them extra big and tighten the waist with the cool drawstring style tightening system they use. The pants also have a waist gater which is apparently used for sagging your pants really low. I never would've known that if one of my buddies didn't point it out when I was bragging about how cool it was to have a waist gater on my pants.
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Get some DC or some oakleys from last season. DC's typicaly have suspenders. My sunno's do. Super water proof (20k with 15k breathe) and yup. They're not insulated so ill probably wear my liners from my old pair under them
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