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These pants are awesome and worth every penny. I am a 34 Waist 30 inseam and got the medium with the 30 and they still fit perfect. They are a little loose but the integrated side belt takes out any slack in the pants, never fall down or anything. The little pocket on the left leg is awesome for your camera or an extra sling, or something of similar size. Ill continue to buy these pants over and over until they dont make them which I doubt will ever happen.

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This helmet is very light so that makes it real comfortable. Also vents super nice so you can actually use it on short hikes without taking it off. Sometimes you find a product and cant imagine what you did before without it, this is one of those products.

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I got these with a photochromic lens which is nice and definitely works. The instant moisture enters this lens the fan does not dissipate it or at least in time. Using them on a cold day the moisture will be there anyway and freeze providing a constant fog for your day. Even after I dried them out multiple times they continued to develop a film in the middle of the lens. Smith with this goggle you made a great day bad. Definitely dont waste your money on the fan Smith's regular goggles work just fine, the fan wont fix your fogging problems. The buzzing from the fan will also provide you with hours of fun. Sometimes I day dream and imagine bees chasing me down the mountain or an airplane over head, either way I skied faster, maybe because I couldnt see or maybe because I thought something was chasing me.

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The lens is nice, the photo chromatic does work in many varied lighting situations. Scratches very easily and fogs, if that fog freezes hope you brought another pair of goggles.
The frame material is light but almost to light. It does not provide a rigid frame so if you grab the middle with one hand you will pop out the lens almost every time. I may have used and abused the lens but the frame issue has been there since day 1. All and all I would save some money and go with the link http://www.backcountry.com/zeal-link-sppx-goggle, the rigid frame is definitely the way to go.

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