I was surprised to show the lower star reviews on these shorts. They fit just as I expected them to, I bought my regular size. And they are just simple thicker casual shorts. They look nice and have held up for me.
I have had a number of helmets over the years and this is hands down my favorite. It is very comfortable and has a ton of vents to keep your head from overheating. I have the skullcandy speakers in mine and they work great and it doesn't change the fit/comfort at all. I love having the brim and I think it adds even extra protection for your goggles from those low-hanging branches when you get into the trees.
I love these pants. I use these for climbing, hiking, canyoneering, and even just day-to-day use. The gusseted and vented crotch is awesome for all my awkward climbing beta. The stretch helps out too. A+ on these pants from Prana! I typically wear a 32 waist, with the built-in belt on these I go with the Mediums.
I have had the size L for 3 or 4 years and have taken it everywhere. I took a 4 month trip to Peru and only took this bag and a small carry on pack. I felt that the L was the perfect size. I could still carry it on my back when necessary and had enough room for all my stuff for the months of travel. This bag did great on planes, busses, and even some boats down the Amazon. It has held up very well to all the abuse I have dished out. I recently added a M and XL to my collection. The XL may be a little too big in my opinion, I could put so much stuff in it that carrying it would no longer be possible.
I'm on my second season with these skins and my DIY 161 split. On long or really wet days having the tail-clips really makes the difference. Even if the glue gets a little sloppy, these things will stay on the board where other skins will start flopping around. I will say that they slide a lot better than they grip. On steep or icy patches I really have to stomp down to get some traction. Looks like G3 answered those complaints though with a high friction model: http://www.backcountry.com/g3-highfriction-splitboard-skin
So I have to admit, I bought this board used (2012 model) and actually never rode it as a complete deck. I used the voile kit and made a split board out of it. I can tell you that it has a solid wood core and has held up under two seasons of split-boarding. The board has good flex and feel and I've really enjoyed it.
This kit has everything you need and the instructions are very good. It does take a lot of time and dedication to make sure your board turns out right. Slaying pow on a home made split is definitely worth it though! It is pretty nerve racking to take the saw to the board so it might be worth practicing on a very old board if you have one available(I didn't, I just went for it). This video is very helpful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7vsVFt44Cc
I've had the board split for two seasons now and everything is working great!
These shades are nice and they are comfortable. I love the matte black frame color. Definitely for casual use only though...they have a tendency to slide down my nose a lot. I pretty much only use them for driving now.
This shoes are super lightweight and pretty comfortable. The sole is pretty sticky and they work well as approach or walk-off shoes since they are so small and easy to slip into a pack or clip onto a harness. They fit slightly smaller than other Evolv shoes that I have had. I would say size up a 1/2 size if you are going to wear these as just kick-around shoes.
I really like the fit of these glasses. I bought the Frosteez limited edition Blue Astro Chrome color. I love the color of the mirrored lenses and the visual clarity is pretty good. I have not had a pair of non-polarized glasses in a long time but these definitely are doing the trick.
I really like the lenses on these glasses. The visual clarity was great! Unfortunately I had to return these. I just couldn't handle how long the arms were, they extended far beyond my eyes and cause some pressure that I knew would lead to headaches.