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I have skinny feet, so even though I buy the appropriate size, there is usually too much volume in most boots. These are the exception. The internal BOA system makes them super snug and responsive. All in all, of the 5 different pairs of boots I tried last season, these are the best. Footprint isn't as small as Burton, but the performance more than makes up for it.
Absolutely the best goggle on the market. The fit, functionality, and look are great. The interchangeable lens system makes swapping lenses on the fly super easy. I've tried many goggles in my time on the snow, and these outperform the rest by leaps and bounds. Get some.
Could be a good park boot, but taking turns all over the mountain will wear your legs out quick. The Velcro across the toe box does virtually nothing, considering the stiffness of the outer shell. Overall, this boot just doesn't provide much support. I love the small footprint of Burton boots, and the aesthetics but they just don't perform well.
I absolutely hate helmets, but if you're gonna wear one, this is the lightest, most comfortable option out there. Still looks like a bubble on top of your head, but it's better than brain damage.
For the price these pants should have a higher waterproofing, but all in all really good functionality, and fantastic fit. I'm tall and skinny, and these are actually long enough to cover my bindings the way I like without needing to sag below my crotch. Nice work Holden.
They break in very fast. They're still comfortable, but just don't offer much support. I think these would be a really great park boot, but if you're making lots of turns on anything other than corduroy, you're legs will be dying.
The rib knit hand gaiters are nice, but too thick to easily fit into mittens/gloves. A simple nylon would have been fine.
The photo on BC.com doesn't show the "fake" silver buttons along the zipper flap. I'd prefer it without the buttons, as they serve no function and would look better without. For the price it should still come with some venting. Zippers don't cost that much.
Oh, and it fits like a big black garbage bag.
I like the Airblaster message, but this jacket just doesn't measure up.