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3 5

I have the purple/white version. It looks rad, feels alright. It's a tad to cold in the coldest conditions (when it creeps under 0 f's), and I have some issues with the powder skirt and the wrist gaiters. The powder skirt is made of a material that SUCKS up water in wet conditions, and leaves your ass pretty wet even tho the jacket is water resistant, it stains easily, and it is TOO thick. The wrist gaiters are of the same material, and makes it impossible to put em inside your gloves, which is stupid for those cold days in norway where you want to stay warm. Points for street style, take away for the stupid gaiters. I would give it a 3.5, but it ended up on 3 because there is no 3.5 !


5 5

I rocked a Stepchild Powder sucks for one season, and desided to go with this board and a Libtech banana for the rest of this and next season. Yet to rip it, but it is light, didnt eat up my wallet in wax since it was already prewaxed and looks rad. I doubt that I will be dissapointed by my second Stepchild board. The few stepchild ive ridden have been the best boards ive tried.


5 5

If you dont want to own 200 goggles, but have a glass for every condition, or if you want to have a glass for every condition, but want to rock a different color or style half the day, the crowbars are the goggles to get. They are rad looking, do NOT fog up, and feels good on your face. You dont have to worry about a sore nose from these goggles. They fit alot of helmets (I got a BERN, Sweet and a Smith helmet, these goggles fit em all).