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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 05-03-2013, 01:21 PM
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L1 Relaxed fit look into it.
Checked out their site but couldn't find a fit guide or anything. Any idea what the length on the L pants is? Trouble with my tubby ass is I wear 35x30 jeans, so every pair of snowboarding pants I've ever owned has been too long... I may just get my current pair hemmed.

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Spandex. Here is what they should look like on girls. I will refrain from posting a picture with the version for guys...
I see what you did there... What do you do if the world gives you lemons? Yoga pants.
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I see what you did there... What do you do if the world gives you lemons? Yoga pants.
Yeah, I figured this threat was not headed anywhere good...so might as well take the first available OT exit ramp and start posting pictures
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Because the greatest thing in life after girls in yoga pants, is Formula 1 pit girls...





Canadian girls...
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Well firstly props to the OP for putting energy into something he believes in.

Depends on the price point IMHO. If aimed at 'worth a try' market then you'll get some takers I'm sure.
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Well firstly props to the OP for putting energy into something he believes in.

Depends on the price point IMHO. If aimed at 'worth a try' market then you'll get some takers I'm sure.
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I hate to be another to pile on the OP but I agree this gadget is totally pointless and this is coming from a guy with bum knees and ankles. I either rest my foot on the heel cup or cross my unstrapped foot behind my strapped in foot to alleviate the pressure.

It's one less thing I want to be carrying on the hill.
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can't remember if I mentioned this before in this thread, but the real problem isn't when you have the chair to yourself or nearly so. In those cases, Flow owners will just stick their feet in, traditional binding owners will just hook on the heel cup, and so forth. But when you're packed into the chair with all seats full it can be very difficult to arrange support unless they have ski rests on the lift. THAT's the time when you need some kind of gadget to take the pressure off. I've occasionally thought about bringing along a bungee cord and just pulling it out and hooking the free end of my board in those cases. Don't know how well that would work.


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