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3 5

I bought these shoes on a bit of a whim because I liked the design on them, but I usually wear wider, heavier skate shoes. My foot is a bit wider so they feel a little bit crunched into these floppers. They are easy to put on though, and the design is kinda cool, but as far as comfort goes (and style beyond the graphics) the shoe is kind of bland.

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4 5

The Escobars are a little bit smaller than I'd expected, the face size says large but this is more on the medium/slightly largeish spectrum. They look slick though and fit great. The diffusion of light they give is good too, it allows for good vision while achieving some massive style. The colors are quite different than what's depicted on here though (at least Gold/Brown) so look at some other sites.

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4 5

These are the first pair of under/park gloves I've owned but they fit well and stay warm most of the time. On a wetter day (if it's sleeting or whatever) the leather texture on the palm tends to lock up and freeze a bit. Nothing more hand warmth doesn't fix, but still. They are durable though (so far) and feel pretty solid, plus I dig the colors a lot. A pretty good (but not excellente) glove.

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2 5

Consider this a "as a snowboarding jacket" review. It sucks! I recommend this jacket if you're planning on wearing it around casually, after riding in it up on the mountain today the waist clinging got really annoying, anytime I wiped out (which was fairly often) the waist elastic would pull up above my waist and I'd have to constantly be pulling it back down to a comfortable position below my snow pants. The jacket also doesn't insulate very well. Good if you're just hangin out in the snow and need warmth, but bad if you're sweating like a dog and need to dump some heat. No vents, no true powder skirt. It's definitely a casual jacket. Don't buy it to board in.

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4 5

This backpack is definitely comfy to wear. They've put some nice padding on the shoulders so you're not digging into your arms all day long if you've got a decent amount of weight crammed in there. The colors are vibrant as well, which makes it a flashy (but not too pompous...) pack.

The side and to pockets leave a lot to be desired though. I typically carry a lot of stuff around so it was kind of annoying to have these dinky little pockets for a ton of extra stuff. The laptop pocket is useful though, it fits inside the main pocket underneath a sealed flap. This is a cool feature.

I use a lot of art supplies so the smaller side pockets were a bit crammed by the time I was done with it (the top flap is almost useless as well, it'll fit a camera or an ipod fine but beyond that I wouldn't bother with it...)

In all it's a solid backpack. Comfy and transports a decent amount of stuff. The side pockets are a little dainty but they still seal a decent amount of stuff as well. I'd probably but a more elaborate (one with more pockets) version if I could do it again...

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