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In your quest for 100 days, there will be soggy ones.

On the soggy days, use the Burton 100 Days Belt to hold up your board pants. On the last days of the season, you milk it out in the park, fall a lot, and soak your britches until they weigh you down too much to ride. You could use a string or rainbow suspenders, but a real belt like the 100 Days can hold up other pairs of slacks, so you don’t look like a pirate or Gallagher when you try to pick up chicks.

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The belt buckle locks in tight to the metal gromets. It's almost effortless compared to some of my other belts. So far this belt looks like it'll hold up through some heavy usage. The black paint on the buckle will eventually accumulate chips and scratches through usage, but it'll just add character. There's a small zippered stash pocket on the inside and Burton even threw in a mini-sharpie marker to mark off the 100 days of snowboarding on the back. I'm happy with this purchase.. it's way better than the crap faux leather belts that tear in half after a week of wearing.