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5 5

Helmet fits great and looks great (well about as good as a helmet can look). The padding inside isn't thick at all. It's thin yet comfortable. There could be a few more vents in my opinion since I can see how warm it will get on a bluebird day, but other than that, I love it. Also, the earpads have a zipper so you can open them and drop in ear phones. You don't have to get the RED earphones. I actually used some headphones I had and dropped those in and they work great.

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I got my wife a pair and we ended up returning them because she said that they gave her no tailbone protection at all. According to the d3o website, this material can withstand impact from a hammer on a watermelon. But for some reason it still hurts when you fall on your tailbone.
The main purpose of impact shorts is for tailbone protection and these fail at that.

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I love the grip on these gloves. They are really sticky and you can use a digital camera with these things on. If you want a glove that will allow your hands to stay nimble, these are great gloves. But don't expect warmth or water proof. They are not meant for cold weather and they can get slightly damp inside. But for the price, they are really nice.

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5 5

I have the 08/09 model and I stopped riding my Custom X because I love this board so much. I did a lot of research before I bought the board, and after the first ride, I never turned back. I admit it can get a bit squirrely if you don't watch your edge but if you are an aggressive rider, then this shouldn't be a problem. The next board I get will definitely be another Banana or possibly the GNU Park Pickle, which is the same tech. But if you haven't ridden a banana yet, you haven't really ridden yet.
Great for Park, Pow, and anything you can imagine.

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