An aggressive all mountain twin--1 part Evo and 1Part SL. The CT also has that same top sheet as the Heratige. The CT side cut ends very late on the board and the nose is very small and blunted. Getty up!
These booty are comfortable, light, and well constructed. Once your locked in your legs will rip off before your feet eject from you boots. These boots are stiff as a rock (o wear them around the house to soften them up a little before heading to the mountain), but its a great boot, to binding, to board integration. I have Burton C02 bindings, Ion boots, and K2 Slayblade and it's an awesome setup.
Rock the mountain in these tough as steel and light as a feather bindings. Great boot, to binding, to board control. The reflex system also provides you with a sense of quicker reaction time. You can't go wrong!
I have eyeglasses and they don't accommodate for them. Thankfully I have contacts. If you want a larger goggle and you are not planning to wear a helmet or contacts look into purchasing an Electric EG2 Goggle.
Smith I/O's are a sick. I purchased the "Good Word" version and the color is much closer to fluorescent yellow than you standard yellow. This color give you some pop if you have a black helmet or beanie. And getting two lenses for different environments is awesome, you don't have to buy an extra lens like most other goggle companies. A must buy!
This bad boy is light, comfortable, and insulated. The air vent are very easy to open and close and allows you to control airflow. It also allows for easy headphone integration. This helmet fits perfectly (compatible) with my Smith I/O goggles.
I purchased the blue and black checker patterned board bag. You can fill the bag with all you gear, clothing, accessories, and any other extras you may have. The bag is larger than you might think, but its lined to prevent your wet gear from saturating other items and is padded enough to protect your gear. Great bag.
The Harrington version provides you with an artistic visual. It's not as wild as you would think and not not that great visually. The overall construction is of great quality: nice cut and fit, loose but not overly baggy. The main zipper needs to be broken in before it stops sticking. You will need to dress in layers on cold days because there is no insulation, which is a perfect jacket for the western region and milder regions. Nice overall jacket (go with a solid color though).