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These are by far the best boots that I've ever worn. The hold my heel very well and offer substantial comfort and control. They are also fairly light and I can walk around town in them comfortably. I love the lacing system too; its the easiest one that I've used thus far. Its safe to say that I'm sold on Salomon boots after trying on this pair. I wouldn't look elsewhere - these are perfect for me.
I have this shell in I-Dot red and absolutely love the style. The jacket itself is a pure shell. There's no insulation, so be prepared to layer up like crazy. This jacket does exactly what its advertised to do; which is to serve as a shell. It has an array of technical features that stops water from permeating through. I have to say that the jacket is a bit pricey, but it has a stylish flair that helps to justify the cost. The best thing about this shell is that its insanely light and thin; you wouldn't even know that you had it on. I would recommend it for the Idiom enthusiast.
This is a stellar board bag. It's well built and will safely store your board(s). The bag has some convenient features that I've come to be thankful for (i.e. sturdy and large zippers, hidden snowboard compartment, boot bags, compression straps, tough shoulder straps, wheels, and more!). My only complaint is the weight; the bag is a bit heavy. I can get two boards, two pairs of boots, two pairs of bindings, two pairs of socks, a couple of beanies and two pairs of gloves in the bag and weigh in at 49.5 lbs. If I stuff anything more into it, it will go over 50lbs. So be warn that this bag, as it is without any gear loaded, is somewhat heavy. If you pack too much, it will go over the airline's baggage weight limit of 50lbs. If they Burton could somehow make it lighter, it would be the perfect bag. I guess that's expected of good construction. Bottom line, its well built but heavy. I'll recommended it though. Can't go on a trip without it.