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2 5

They look cool, and are comfy for a while, but I was graced with the same quality unfortunately as most of the other reviews here. Only took about a month or so before the soles started wearing down and the whole shoe got super flimsy, only actually skated in them once or twice.

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5 5

Not this particular pair, but I've had the Nitro Anthems for several seasons. Everyone's foot is different, so I can't speak for everyone, but after trying many different boots, these still are just the ones that fit so perfectly right out of the box and have no break in time for me. First time using the TLS, and I think it's awesome. I haven't had one pop out of the locking mechanism yet, nor have I had them even come out of the little side holders. I will probably need to by 6 pairs of these to keep for the future in case Nitro stops making them

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5 5

My main intention for this was a park board, and there it definitely excels. The camrock profile has saved me a couple times from getting in the back seat landing a jump already. Super easy to pop on to rails, but still soft enough to press.

I took it out for a relatively medium powder day (12-14" of Utah pow), and actually the 154 was really sturdy, especially with the rock from the bindings on out. I'm 6'0" and 165lbs...my pow board is a 159, but I tried this guy for fun and was pleasantly surprised. So...take it everywhere!

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5 5

First thing I noticed with this thing is that it looks very durable. The material is bomber, and probably my favorite thing I never thought I would notice is how easy the zippers are. When I have all my avy crap packed in there, stuff strapped to the outside and whatnot...if you can find the zipper you need, it will zip super easily even with gloves on.

Kind of wish it had a rear entry to get to stuff inside, but it's definitely not a deal breaker.

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3 5

This is a good saw, it's sharp as hell, so be careful...like Jason down there said, the sheath isn't the most solid thing ever. Other than that, it's light, and it fits in a Dakine Heli Pro DLX pack just fine.

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5 5

Believe you me, when it comes to helmets, I was the worst at thinking every single one was too heavy, bulky, or just made my head look 10x bigger. This one is the most low-profile one I've come across, and the lightest too. I wear it with Anon M2 goggles, and there is maybe 1-2mm of space between the helmet and the goggles. I also tried it with the huge Dragon APXs, and surprisingly they fit perfectly. Keeps your head warm, and as a bonus, it keeps your skull in one piece too. the ONLY down side I could nitpick on is, it seems to enhance the wind noise a bit...or maybe that's because I feel like I can go even faster with it..

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5 5

I had the BCA version of this a couple years ago and lost it. I was sad, but then I saw this one...and to be honest I can't think of any differences between them, except that this one comes with a pouch. Score!

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5 5

you'll get it when you use this thing. It's like back in high school when you were allowed to cram as much stuff as you could onto an index card for a test. I'm surprised they didn't try to use all six sides of it.

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5 5

It always helps to have an inclinometer when out adventuring, and this thing makes it super easy to identify the type of terrain you're on. Like the thing says, it's only an ounce, it fits right in my pack's hipbelt pocket along with a magnifying glass, so why not?! Having the mini crystal card on the back is awesome too, just in case you don't have/want one of those fancy bigger ones.

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3 5

The liner on these is super comfortable, I wish everyone used the memory foam like these. I'm not sure if it was just my particular pair, but the cord that cinches the tongue down was a real pain to move the slider up and down, and couldn't get it as tight as I like. Also, my heel would move a little in these, but that's just me, all feet are different!

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