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Aloha for the Grandpa Cap looks pretty dang good, nothing wrong with the hat but the sizing I have to say is a bit small so I'm putting those last couple of holes on the snapback to use for once.
Great peripheral and just a sick looking goggle.
I got the RedTruetype to test out for a couple of weeks and in the end, made me a lover of the I/O's. The quick and easy change of lens is a total plus especially since the two lens that come with the goggle are both top quality. Oh and also, the sensor mirror is one of the best lens I have ever used and the sensor mirror itself is a reason you should buy Smith goggles.
I picked up the Freak out design and I love them to the fullest extent. The huge goggle shapes just looks good to put it at least. The spherical lens shape also gives me the most peripheral vision that no other goggle can come close to. Looks sick, doesn't fog, great peripheral and looks very nice with my capix skatecap. I give this a thumbs up...Times 5932
First of all, I don't think you should look into buying this if you are looking for a mask to cover you from the coldest of the cold and the powest of the pow. This is a simple gaitor that has a very nice looking design (especially the nebula) and is pretty comfortable. Unlike many other masks, this pretty thing and very flexible so it is very comfortable and talking isn't as muffled. Overall, nice design, thin and flexible, good mask for its price.
First of all, this mask gets the job done of what it needs done. It keeps you warm, makes you look like a ninja and goes well with everything. I got the black, but I am also considering the blue now seeing that this is some good quality. At first, it seemed a bit itchy but that's just from wearing fresh out of the package. After that, it is very comfortable and I recommend this to anyone who is looking to get a mask. Fits well with a helmet which is also a plus and the little dinosaur on the corner of the forehead is a nice addition.