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These are sick bindings that I never would have guess Salomon could have put out. They are pretty damn light, freakin durable, and ass spakingly awesome ;). The Relay XLT bindings are awesome for any all mountain freestyle rider. Awesome control and amazing response and yes ... They do kick ass when it comes to any type of jumps, powder, rails, backcountry ... you name it. Worth the money. Get a chance pick these bindings up ... They'll make you say YeayAh!

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SO, Yes pick these bad boys up. They are sick! They give you the folding high back like Flow bindings. But, unlike Flow bindings, they actually give you control over your board. Flow bindings do not have a toe strap, just that big flap of uselessness over your foot and you get no control. These give you the folding high back and the adjust ability of the toe and ankle strap. Bomb ass bindings.

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Another low grade binding put out by flow ... Ahhh I guess it is expected now. These things are pretty heavy, they are not that responsive and they cannot hold up worth a dizzle when it comes to some more technical riding (big mountain or backcountry freestyle). Sad ... not really, to say that this is just another attempt at a dec pair of bindings. Flow has a good idea, just needs to ... add a toe strap for some control.

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Turn on the Steez radar or the Sick-o-dial and you will clearly see that these not only look good but perform like F-Bomb champs! Durable, Responsive, and they will go anywhere! Try em ... You love em!

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Yes these are some of the lightest bingings on the market. Yes they are sick for riding just about everywhere. And yes they are F-Bombing expensive. They are not worth the $400 you would spend on them, but they are worth picking up.

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This is one hell of a winter pack. It is extremely durable! It is pretty light weight for its size and durability. It is very adjustable. So you can easily adjust this pack for a a lazy loose fit or a snug fit while you are riding no problem. Also, the snowboard carry is awesome. I have tried the skis but, I wasn't a huge fan. The diagonal loop method isn't that great on this pack.

Another handy thing about this pack is that the top pocket that you see in the picture is actually padded. It is a great spare goggle or sunglass case. I used one of these packs for 4 months while working at The Canyons and I never had a problem with it. Looking forward to using it this up coming season.


Bottom line: If you are looking for a winter pack that you can store your gear in, extra goggles or sunglasses, and something that is hydration compatible with an insulated sleeve. Look no further, this pack is the one for you.

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These are by far the best pair of goggles I have ever owned. I have a medium to large size face and every pair of goggles that I have tried fits to small. All other goggles always feel like they are squeezing my nose. Then there is the anti fog fan in these bad boys. Wow! Thats all I really ave to say on that. The fan keeps these bad boys from fogging up and it is reliable. Then these Phenoms are durable. I actually thought I had broken them when I smashed them into a tree this past season. The only thing I got was a small scratch. Great goggles! Would recommend to anyone who is looking for a larger pair of goggles that are very comfortable, durable, and they are anti fogging.

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