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more of a climbing style pant

Postby antonella » Sat Nov 09, 2013 9:00 am

I need a good pair of pants that can be used in cold temperatures for hiking/climbing, usually in snow. This is a harder thing to find than I thought. Should they be definitely waterproof or just resistant? First is more of a climbing style pant and not water proof or very warm, second is more of skiing and is ridiculously warm and waterproof but very constraining and not the greatest for hiking and such. Which is best or any other suggestions that aren't like a couple hundred dollars?
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Re: more of a climbing style pant

Postby Forket » Sat Nov 09, 2013 10:10 am

"Pant" can not be used in singular form for "pants". It just doesn't work that way.
Same rule applies to "Jeans". A "Jean" does NOT EXIST.

If you look at the actual meaning of the word then this article seems way more interesting:P

Good luck in the search for a pair of pants.

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Re: more of a climbing style pant

Postby Justin » Sat Nov 09, 2013 10:36 am

You of course realise that you are feeding a spam bot :)

I pant'ed my way up the route, because I was so hot in my jean pant.
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Re: more of a climbing style pant

Postby Forket » Sat Nov 09, 2013 10:49 am

Damn i got trolled

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Re: more of a climbing style pant

Postby Ghaznavid » Sat Nov 09, 2013 10:26 pm

Forket wrote:Damn i got trolled

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lol - Everyday Troll indeed...

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Re: more of a climbing style pant

Postby pierre.joubert » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:25 pm

Wow Ebert, you went from pretty much illiterate to grammar Nazi in 4 years, almost to the day. Impressed.

I think these were pretty much your first posts on this forum

Ebert on 5 Nov 2009 wrote:Alex aka The Best aka Yoda of climbing aka master yoshi. U realy g0ta spend less tym p0sting b0ut passing matric and get 2 the studying l0l, we g0t a big week next week, and wes aka black kid, i think we must go get m0re experience on trad, i kn0w u cn climb a 30, bt on that 20 u spent 30minutes placing gear, we g0ta w0rk on kn0wing what 2 wedge in where. Even if its on 20s, alex nearly sh0wd us if it was ab0ut br0ken legs or death, if u saw the ph0tos on faceb0ok. L0l, anyways, alex we g0ta go climb after chemistry, ask paul 2 take us 2 that other place, wes nice p0st, we must get trad going at b0ys high next year, we cn b the teacherz and bug ur m0m with all the safety issues. Write a p0st on multi pitching, i wana learn m0re b0ut that, does anyb0dy kn0w of trad in knysna at the heads? Or anywhere near there? Or even sp0rt?

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Ebert on 5 Nov 2009 wrote:Point being is that we arent here to learn english


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