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Hey Hey Hey wrote an answer about on February 16, 2012

The slimmest from what I have seen would be the L1 Thunder pants. Then a tie for L1 Skinny and Holden Skinny and not far off would be Airblaster Sissy. The DC tabor, Sessions Brawl and Burton Pointer are all really nice slim fits that are not tight. L1 Thunder pant are tight and long so you can size down if you really want to show off the goods.

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Hey Hey Hey wrote an answer about on February 16, 2012

The Tightness of the lower leg should not really restrict your movement, since the tightest area of these pants is around your boots (and those are already going to restrict you movement more than the pants). These pants have decent room in the thighs and knees that make sure you can grab Roast Beef or Chicken Salad.

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Hey Hey Hey wrote an answer about on February 16, 2012

The fabric is treated to avoid snow sticking to it, but to be honest no matter what they do, cord material will always have some snow stick to it. It won't affect the waterproofing as these pants have a waterproofing laminate on the inside of the pants. Having a little bit of snow stuck to you in the name of looking good is a small price to pay.

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Hey Hey Hey wrote an answer about on November 21, 2011

This suit does not have a butt zip at all. Chris, if you had the old Airblaster system that had a crotch zip, then you will be stoked on the new waist system. It has a zipper that will open up almost 90% of the suit to make for a pretty easy toilet break.

For a few bucks more I would hit up the Airblaster Ninja Suit. They keep improving a great design and making it better. They have the regular Ninja Suit, Merino Suit and the Hoodless suit.

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Hey Hey Hey wrote an answer about on November 21, 2011

Dave is right. This suit is not equipped to handle access for a quick #2. For a few bucks more i would hit up the original. Check out the Airblaster Ninja Suit. It has a zipper that will open up almost 90% of the suit to make for a pretty easy toilet break. A much improvement over their old zip system. This new system zips around the waist instead of under the crotch. Check out the Merino Ninja Suit here on Backcountry.com. Be sure to consider the exclusive Backcountry.com color BC Navy.

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