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5 5

The Sanuk Baseline is my go-to summer shoe for a few reasons. For example, they are super light weight, they are easy to slip on and off, and they are quite durable given there minimalist construction. This is my second pair of Sanuks and my first lasted nearly 4 years, so I'm stoked for these!

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5 5

I use the Rassler as my go-to mountain biking shoe. The Cordura upper is really burly and has definitely held up to being scraped on my pedals and trees, bushes, etc.

I've also used these as a hiking shoe, and the stealth rubber is truly awesome. Hiking up 10,420 and Clayton in Park City, UT requires some rock scrambling and these shoes killed it.

Finally, I think they run a little small but mine did stretch out slightly and fit fine now.

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4 5

Overall, I like these shoes. Great styling and they seem to be holding up well to normal use. I'd rather not have the suede on the toe as it is a bit harder to keep clean, but it's not a deal breaker and looks pretty classy anyways!

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4 5

I've been wearing this for 2 seasons now, and while I will be retiring it after this month, it has been great to me!

I use the Fornix without the earpiece's, which unfortunately means that I cant use the twisting dial that either tightens or loosens the inner liner, as it is connected to the earpieces. Bummer, but it still offers a great fit for me.

I have used this helmet with many different goggles, but mostly the Smith I/OS, which creates a great fit and does not leave you with a dreaded "Gaper Gap". It also seems to work well with Oakley Splice's.

I've put this thing through the wringer (and plenty of trees) and my brain is still in my head so, there ya go!

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The ear flaps, adjustment control, and the neck warmer you are referring to are all connected as one piece. To take it off, grab the ear flaps near where they connect to the helmet and give a firm pull, they will slide out. Do that to both sides and you should be good to go!