I bought a pair of burton pants size XL. Im 180 cm long and they are really baggy. But i whonder if baggy clothes affects my skiing, and HOW then? Is it harder to pull around tricks? What size have the pros, for example like tanner, jon ?
Have you ever seen those raver trash kids with super baggy snakeyes pants with aliens smoking a Joint on the back of them. They're like a dress for each leg. God i hate those pants and in winter they get salt stains going up the sides of them. Fuck I hate those kids.
it seems ouve asked alot of questions like htis... have you ever even skiid? anyone whould know how baggy clothes would feel, thats the fuckin dumbest question ever
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yea I'm looking for a new pair,what would you consider.. I'm pretty short, my legs are about 36 inches long and waist is 30 inches (just measured with a tape measure) I was thinking about the line cargos but because of my location can't find a pair or comparision shop.. anyone have any ideas of what size of line cargo I would wear, or another pant I could look for?
i wear like a large oakley pant, and it suits me just fine, positively steezy. but as far as normal pants go its all about the 32x34 dickies. comfy and longlasting, and at 18$ at your local walmart, its untouchable! haha
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