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4 5

These are good comfortable house shoes. The outsole seems to be an eva midsole material, so very comfy and conformable to the bottom of your foot, but not really a material that would wear well outside. I would have given 5 stars but the limited sizing loses a star. I wear a 10.5 and the xl is jusst barely snug enough, but definately good enough, due to the conforming nature of the slipper. For the price on whiskey... I dig em!

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5 5

Hey this is the best built long board I've ridden. really, the laminate lay-up is bullet proof. I bought it for my daughter to ride to class, but I have fun with it as well. It has a slight kick, slight concave and enough flex to pump the carve. Prolly best for someone under 170 lbs, I weigh 175 and have no problems with it.

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3 5

This is my second pair of Burton gore Gloves. As noted in previous reviews, they have made some changes, regretably not good ones. The gauntlet is at least 1" shorter and does not easily go over the cuff on my jacket. Why they did this makes no sense. Also the glove is smaller over all. I wear an extra large, and this second pair is smaller in every way. Because of these changes they require more effort to don and remove. They are warm, water proof, breath well, have idiot leashes, and the best one handed gauntlet closure system that I have used.
Hey Burton, fix the gauntlet and the overall size and this is the best glove for the $$ hands down!!!

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3 5

The boots are designed well, with some great materials and features. I demoed a pair at Kirkwood for a day before I committed to buying them. When I received the boots, I took them to a local shop to have the liners heat molded, and when I was cinching them up for the fitting the laces ripped in two on the lower zone—on both boots. I weigh 175lb and am not a muscle head. The RAF insert did not fit in one of the boots, and the tongues on the liners where different lengths, which was noticeable when leaning toeside. I think that someone put a lot of thought into these boots, but that the shop in China where they are built does not have the same attention to detail. Burton had replacement boots to me in just over a week from when I sent them back. When I emailed Burton about the issues, they did not respond to any of my concerns with the build quality.
I expect a lot from a pair of snowboard boots that are this expensive, I hope they deliver.

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