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4 5

While i may not have the biggest legs in the world or the smallest these fit a little tight in the legs compared to other 511s and it may be due to the "commuter" fit.

Waist size is perfect and I really enjoy the slightly higher rise (designed to not look like a plumber on the bike), but like everyone is saying these are a little snugger in the legs than other levis.

That being said, I'm probably going to pick up another pair. I'm alright with the tighter legs and really dig the rest of the fit and stretch. I'll have to have a riding/work pair and a clean pair.

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4 5

What's better than a non-stick frying pan? Non-stick boxer briefs.

A bit skeptical at first to add even more fabric where storage space gets tight, but the built-in dividers do a great job keeping everything comfortable.

The modal/wool blend handles winter activities with ease, but as a the the temperature rises I would probably seek out a lighter weight alternative for being active.

All said and done though, these are incredibly soft and comfortable and are a now a big part of my underwear quiver since I've picked up another 2 pairs.

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5 5

I've been an avid user of zinc based lip-balm for quite some time now. This is now my favorite non-stick option. The smell and taste (not super important but still relevant) are beyond decent, and I've had no issue with spending 4+ hours in the sun exposed in the Wasatch out on my split board or cruising the Crest trail on my mountain bike.

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5 5

In previous years, 2010 and before, I wasn;t the biggest fan of the t.rice with the aggressive C2 shape and stiffness. Currently I'm on the 153 and absolutely love it.

I couldn't aggree more with tomassend1595179. The progressive flex is probably why I love this board so much, pow and packed butters are no problem and this has plenty of support for hucking your stuff as shown my the riceman himself.

I like using the word support with this board as stiffness sends out the wrong idea but it's pretty incredible how you can really flex and work the board with having plenty of confindence knowing the tip or tail will keep you up right.

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4 5

Picked this up to veer away from insulated shells for the mellower (temp wise) winter here in UT.

The waterproofing was spot on the day I got out in the rain and has been since in the snow. The jacket also breathes impressively well as I never feel clammy or too hot, which is a good thing as I run a bit warm. I'm not a huge fan of snow gators, waist or wrist, and this jacket opts out of wrist but has a non removable waist gator. The non removable part isn't a deal break as its pretty minimal and stays in place impressively well, making it seem non-existent when not in use.

Only down side is no mesh in the vents and an initially hard to use zipper. The zipper took a couple of uses to break in but works smoothly now.

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5 5

So this is my second "camrock" rossi, my first was the j-dub, the predecessor to the jibsaw.
A bit about my set up:

153
Union forces. 24" stance. set back 1"(rode centered but set back was better for pow and float)

32 TM two

So, the board is initially much softer than the j-dub, while still being a 7 on their scale. the great thing is it still has the same support as you flex into the board making it a great jib and shred option.

The early rise tip and tail make butters and presses a piece of cake and it also keeps the tip up while smashing through fresh or chopped up pow.

The mag is pretty mellow on this deck compared to other but is still noticeable and quite effective. With the camber between your feet, magnetraction, and early rise tips most of the grip is derived from your feet and between which results in the board riding pretty short and feels like a skate board with big floaty tip and tail.

Bottom line is this thing rips all the conditions. The short running length really focuses the grip at and between your feet and not at the tip and tail so for wide open charging it may not be the best board. However it's a great every day resort board.

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4 5

Was a bit surprised when i found out the fabric used was dru release from OR. This is a nice lightweight hooded sweat shirt that breaths and wicks just as well as the next poly blended shirt.

A bit of a looser fit, and i would say these run a tad big. I'm 5'6'', 165 and would be happier if the medium was a bit shorter. I'm probably going to pick up a small to wear solo and keep the medium for layering or the spring snow shred.

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