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Purchased last years model, cousin liked it so much I gave it to him as a late b-day gift. What did I do? Got this years again in the Grenier colorway. After going 32 AND with the FT lacing system, it's hard to look at anything else. 32 ALL DAY!

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There's not much to say about these that have not yet been said. Strong, responsive, super-smooth ratchets, comfortable and the EST adds extra points in the function department.

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If you're one of those that have hands that get too hot, too fast, then these are perfect. Constructed like socks, these come on as easy as they come off. Plenty warm and very waterproof. Perfect for any day on the hill.

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I've owned both the Jeans from Burton and now these Gravel pants from Analog and in my honest opinion, these pants are far superior than "The Jeans" in every aspect. (Or perhaps I could just be fooling myself because AG is owned by Burton)

First off these look so much better. It's a subjective topic but the color and realistic quality seem to be more in par with real denim pants than Burton's. Second, the actual material is not as thin and plastic-esque as the Jeans. Again, another point for being in par with real denim pants. And last, the fit is far better than the Jeans. Perhaps it's because I don't like to wear skinny pants but these fit looser than Burton's without being too thug baggy. (I'm 5'7" 150 and wear size Medium)
Both pants are very waterproof, have had no issues.
I would recommend these over Burton's version. And I completely agree with Four Horsemen, these are definitely stylish on and off the hill.

Funny...AG is under Burton but they still make these pants in both Brands. Must be a marketing $$$ money maker.

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LOOK OUT SMITH, cause the Airbrakes are here!
BEST goggles hands down. Very comfortable and the quick lens change is easy breezy.

For me, the big issue about goggles with quick lens changing technology has always been ventilation. I've tried POC corneas, lobes and the Smith I/O s and what they all have in common was they had too much airflow coming in, which made my eyes tear up when I bombed down the slopes. With the Airbrakes, this is completely eliminated. Ventilates well without the hassle of dried contacts. They also did not fog at any time when I used them. The goggles have the comfort level of the crowbars with the widened vision of the splices.

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Love everything about the goggles. In my opinion, they are the most comfortable oakley goggles to date. They feel even better than splices and crowbars. The lens switching is a breeze. Easier than the I/O. Very sturdy design too.
Just waiting to test it out now. Let it snow!

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It depends on the lenses you're using. The Ionized and Red Ionized are the most mirrored I've seen. (You can still see your eyes but you'd have to be really close and really looking) No for the pink, blue, or amber. The rest I don't know.

For a completely mirrored lens, look into Oakley's fire iridium and Electric's Bronze-Red Chrome/Bronze-Gold Chrome

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