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4 5

I got these for both of my kids this season. I like the simplicity of the single strap, and they were snug so there was no slipping up in the heal.

They seem to be made and sized specifically to be worn with K2 boots. My kids were in Burton boots, and so these were a little small. They had a hard time latching them on their own. I even found it difficult to latch them. I have been told that K2 boots are less bulky than Burtons, and that these would probably work better with K2s. If you're thinking about getting these to use with a bulkier boot I would consider ordering a size up to see how that works.


5 5

I wasn't sure about the 3 in 1 system initially. It seemed like the liners were just something to lose. However, after using them I have seen the light. I love having the liner to protect my hands when I need to get my phone out to take a picture or check the time while I'm up on the slopes. The fact that the liners are touch screen compatible just seals the deal. They have kept my hands warm, even when the temperature fell below zero. It's great that these come with a place to put heat pouches (and they even came with a set), but I've never had to use them. I was so happy with mine that I had to get a pair for my wife.


3 5

My wife got these because they are big and would fit over her glasses. Unfortunately, her glasses kept fogging up under them so she had a difficult time seeing where she was going. Thankfully she has been able to get contacts to wear while riding.

The visibility is pretty good in all directions except down. I'm not sure if there are goggles that have good downward visibility, but these seem to stick out pretty far from her face (presumably to make room for glasses under), which gets in the way of downward visibility. These are decent goggles, but didn't end up working out for being used with prescription glasses.


4 5

I needed a new jacket this year, and since my last Burton jacket lasted for 13 years I decided to get another. I love the attention to detail that Burton puts into its gear. I debated between this jacket and another, but ended up choosing this one, primarily because of aesthetics.

I like most things about this jacket. There is enough pockets for what I need, the fit is comfortable, and the hood and neck closure are comfortable and do a good job of keeping the weather out.

The one thing that it lacks that I want in a jacket is wrist gaiters. This jacket does have a little elastic thing that is supposed to go over your thumb to keep the sleeves from riding up when you take a spill, but I haven't been using them much because they aren't super comfortable. I find myself wishing I had been able to find a jacket I liked with the wrist gaiters, especially since this will likely be the jacket I wear for the next several years. That said, I am not unhappy with my purchase.

Overall this is a good jacket with most of the key features.