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Men's and Women's Snow Pants on Sale $19.99 from $34.99 + extra 5% discount

mcuse 51 171 January 20, 2012 at 07:58 AM in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (5)
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Men's and Women's Arctix Classic Snow pants on sale for $19.99, regularly priced $34.99, at www.sportsunlimitedinc.com

http://www.sportsunlimitedinc.com...pants.html

http://www.sportsunlimitedinc.com...pants.html


+ extra 5% off coupon if you "Like" Sports Unlimited's fan page on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sportsunlimited

+ no sale tax outside of PA

Sports Unlimited also has a pretty big selection of sleds, some of which are on sale: http://www.sportsunlimitedinc.com/sled.html
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Shipping 4.98
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"fb5percent" is the coupon code.
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any free shipping code?
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They also have these for $11.99

http://www.sportsunlimitedinc.com...pants.html
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cheap stuff at a cheap price. Snow pants is the one thing I would never go cheap with. Lift tickets are expensive enough and bad gear can really ruin your day.
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Don't expect to land the hottest of snow bunnies wearing this drab garb. Flamboyance is the order of the day on Shag Mountain.
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cheapy snow pants get wet very easily, huge difference!

wait until late season to buy something better is your best bid, from trusnow.com or backcountry etc, for around $30-50
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Seems like these would fit the bill if you just need something for shoveling.
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Quote from beggerking View Post :
cheapy snow pants get wet very easily, huge difference!

wait until late season to buy something better is your best bid, from trusnow.com or backcountry etc, for around $30-50

people who buy these obviously dont ski/snowboard that frequently... this should be good enough for their needs compared to $250 686/Volcom/Special Blend pants.

Sierrasnowboard, how I miss thee.
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If you're a woman and size Medium, these look nice for $5 more.
Oakley Women's Karing Pants [altrec.com]
$29.99 100.00 (70% off) + Free Shipping
Color: Purple Night
Size: Medium - only 1 left!
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i agree i would not own or buy for my worst enemy spend a little more... for 200 and get a pair that does the job i have several pair spent about 200 apiece and they work like they are suppose to if you are just shoveling or going to go for a short walk then buy these otherwise spend a little extra and get what works after the 1st hour in wet weather!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Quote from buddhamonk View Post :
cheap stuff at a cheap price. Snow pants is the one thing I would never go cheap with. Lift tickets are expensive enough and bad gear can really ruin your day.
Sure, but if you don't ski and need something to sled with the kids in, this would be perfect.
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Quote from Lurker247 View Post :
If you're a woman and size Medium, these look nice for $5 more.
Oakley Women's Karing Pants [altrec.com]
$29.99 100.00 (70% off) + Free Shipping
Color: Purple Night
Size: Medium - only 1 left!
another crappy pair continue lurking lurker ...to be honest one pair i bought i got for half price around 125 go for the real thing!!!!!!
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Don't expect to land the hottest of snow bunnies wearing this drab garb. Flamboyance is the order of the day on Shag Mountain.
Ha! I only get out once every year or two now so I have no dedicated ski gear. Last year I went and wore my Carhart bibs and jacket. Previous time I wore all of my camo gear! I'm sure I looked like a tool, but I was warm.
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