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post #31 of 40

How are these Montana butt flaps different than the Beavertail?  They sound  about the same and it looks like it would work.

post #32 of 40
The Beavertail sounds better, mentions Cordura.  The MT things aren't Cordura.  They're just nylon lined with some kind of foam inside. 
post #33 of 40
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Originally Posted by sibhusky View Post

Yeah, but if it's a powder day, it's not an issue, the stuff is dry, it's falling off your pants easily, and you're not wearing a butt flap. 


In Tahoe I sure was.
post #34 of 40
I don't have any suggestions, but this thread is certainly hilarious.  I like the astronaut Depends solution.
post #35 of 40
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Originally Posted by davluri View Post

That's brilliant, could you shape it like you had a muscular butt?. but seriously, I'm going to do that.
My gore-tex is  waterproof enough.

 here ya go...

Dry Cheeks - http://ecom1.sno-ski.com/product28.html

now this won;t even help me with my chickenbutt...

but for those 'waterski' days, you may get wet, but at least you'll be warm.
post #36 of 40
I didn't think neoprene was breathable.  Wouldn't dry cheeks trap moisture and make you colder?
post #37 of 40
I've got a pair of the run don't walk boxers that I wear when I'm mountain climbing.  work like a CHARM!!
post #38 of 40
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Originally Posted by Macaroni View Post

Has any one tried a beavertail from beavertail.net.   It looks like a pretty simple solution.

Around here beaver tails are quite common, one of our more famous locals makes and sells them.
post #39 of 40
As far as I know, things like Dry Cheeks and Hot Buns I've always seen worn OVER the pants....over course if they were UNDER, I wouldn't see them, I guess.  I'd think that the neoprene things worn over the pants would trap stuff between the pants and the "protector", but everyone I know who has them loves them.  You'd just open the legs up for a minute to shake out anything if you went down in powder, I'd think.  

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Originally Posted by Geri1700 View Post

I didn't think neoprene was breathable.  Wouldn't dry cheeks trap moisture and make you colder?
post #40 of 40
Sibhusky -
they might chuckle, but at the end of the day, who's butt is dry ?? We've been producing Stay Dry Fanny Flaps and selling them wholesale to resorts and retail to anyone that gets a hold of us in the Northeast for several years. There great anytime the chairlifts might be wet, snow or ice covered.

http://www.jenackscanvas.com/fannyflaps.html
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