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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-18-2010, 07:13 PM
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this might only be me but I think it makes the women riders look like lesbians. No offense I am not a gay basher!
you mean they dont have a flattering girl tailoring? hehe
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As long as they don't dress Olympians in tall tees, they get a from me
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Abercrombie just called from 2001, they want their fashion back.
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jacket is ok... faded jeans look very dated.
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I really like the snowboard trousers, fits the image of boarding.

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The setup reminds me of a lumber jack. I dig it tho.
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Are we the only nation that has a required outfit to wear?
The Japanese and Finns were all wearing seperate outfits, likely some sort of sponsorship arrangement.
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i like the jacket, not a huge fan of the pants though

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The U.S. outfits have grown on me, I have to say now that I dig them, the pants are the right bagginess, and way better than the tight pants in vogue now. The jackets have that 1990's grunge look, which I have to say is back.

Thumbs up from me.
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want the pants, but a better flannel pattern could of been chosen ugh, and i love my flannel
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Are we the only nation that has a required outfit to wear?
The Japanese and Finns were all wearing seperate outfits, likely some sort of sponsorship arrangement.
Might be a requirement, but I like it... I think it sort of embodies the spirit of the sport... the snowboarders all seem to be a lot more close to their teammates than those in other sports. I think wearing the same outfit illustrates that bond nicely.

Teter looked like she had a different color of plaid on though...

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