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5 5

I carry this with me every day. Very small, very handy, just watch out for the bit- it's only held in magnetically. Definitely one of the handiest tools around!


4 5

comfortable boots, easy to get into. they seem to run a little larger than my other boots though. i've always worn 10 in forum and burton boots and got 28 mondo. prob could size down half a size or a whole size.


3 5

These boots are very light, easy to put on and take off, i like the lacing system, and they are fairly comfortable to walk around in. The sole, however, is very very slick. not good for skating or hiking. I get better traction in my sneakers. Also this might be just my monitor, but the colors are brighter than they looked on my screen, especially the darker looking green.


2 5

so i'm not sure if this is the fault of the board or my bindings, but i have ride bindings and the screws are definitely too long. I'm gonna just grind em down i guess.also the nose of the board started to delaminate after a few runs. Also I cracked the sidewall and core, causing the base to peel off the edge. I did that on two separate occasions. i'll be sending it back and i'll try one more time.edit:i got a replacement for the delamming board, and the new one seems up to the task so far. Nice and soft and fun and i like the reg camber for cruising groomers. I've had Ride and K2 bindings on it so far and both came with screws that were too long. I went to a shop and had them grind down my screws until they no longer bottomed out. the stepchild rep told me union and burton screws should be the right size but i haven't checked it out myself.

edit #2:
i just broke the board again in the same way- sidewall, core, bent edge, separating base. i brought it to a shop and the guy had just fixed another board with the same damage and said it was due to a hard landing or nose or tail heavy landing and the board just cracks right next to the binding. looks like this thing really isnt very durable. if it's a park board it should be able to stand up to a few flat landings.