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4 5

For backcountry snowboarding I like my packs light and small, so I don't feel awkward when I try to spin or play around on the way down the mountain. This guy is great in that respect, as it somehow doesn't way too much more than my regular pack and thanks to the helmet carry pocket it fits all my gear nicely.

One thing I would mention is that it doesn't have a good place for lashing tour poles. Not a problem for me since I keep my Black Diamond Compactor poles inside, but if you already have telescoping poles you might want to make sure they fit in the Float 22.

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5 5

Just got them in the mail and so stoked to have a good helmet audio solution. Can't tell you how many aux cords I've bought that died at the inline control.

Haven't tried them on the hill, but of course I'm walking around the house with my helmet on like a dumbass geekin out on these things. Everything is great, but the skip backwards threw me. I thought you held down the button longer for skip backwards, but its actually a shorter press than if you want to skip forward. I called OT and they straightened me out quick and now it's easy peasy.

Looks like BC.com is out of stock of these and I can see why. Now I'm just waiting for my extended phone battery from ZeroLemon so I can rock Bluetooth music all day, have my GPS track my runs, and use my camera phone.

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4 5

Broke my elbow riding this spring, so the season is over for me. Bought the jacket for next season, but I figured I'd post a review since their wasn't one yet. I've had tech jackets (arcteryx) and stylish jackets (sessions), but always wanted the best of both worlds. This one kinda does the job. It seams like quality fabric, not quite as light as a technical shell, but definitely looks tough, waterproof, and flexible. I'm stoked to have an mp3 pocket (my arteryx didn't have one) but probly didn't need two interior pockets. I'm 5'-11", 165 lbs with somewhat longer arms. I bought the large and it looked stupid big on me. Whiskey was cool and let me return it for a medium, which is still not as fitted as my other tech shells but that's ok. Only bummer is the hand gators don't fit. I also am not a huge fan of the separate hood/collar situation. Maybe it functions good in a storm, but it doesn't look as good as a normal hoody style hood IMO.

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4 5

The low sun up here in Alaska makes for some weak viz most of the year. Most people I know rock yellow lenses unless it's spring and the sun's out. Oakley's HI Yellows are the best I've found. I borrowed my buddies one day and was sold. I messed up my first pair of Crowbar's by wiping the inside of lens (you can't even clean them with a lens cloth or it screws up the coating). I have a smaller face though, so my new pair of Elevates fit better anyway. Only wish I could afford to pay full price and get a frame and strap color I like (had to by them on Whiskey Militia in some wack colors). The lenses are great but $$$$!

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4 5

I splitboard, so I didn't mind not having horizontal board carry (which is my preferred way to strap my board on if I'm hiking or on a sled). My bigger K2 bag has that option, but it's also a bit heavier and not as fun to ride with. Like the previous reviewer said, it fits everything you need ok, except my metal Voile shovel doesn't go in the pouch very well. Wish I could downsize to a smaller shovel that fit better, but those are worthless in avy debris or building kickers. Putting a helmet in there is also a stretch if you've got poles, skins, etc.

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