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Love the jacket! It has been great for all the conditions I have encountered here in Colorado. It's got enough insulation to stay warm on cold windy days. The hood does fit over my helmet. I enjoy all the pockets it has for keeping my iPod and extras. The only complaint I would have is the snaps for the powder skirt are a little weird, but I haven't had a problem with getting snow up my back with it yet.
Will a helmet fit under this hood?
Love this board! Always a favorite. Great pop with extra 'popsticks' added for their women's park board. Very lightweight and comfortable underfoot. I always feel like I have complete control when I'm riding the OMG.
This boot is awesome! Very light weight and comfortable once packed out. DC is one of the few companies to start making true half sized boots. This means the liner and shell are the same size however it does take about a week of riding for them to fit comfortable and pack out (when you buy a boot it should fit Really snug). This boot has the boa system which has a lifetime warranty. Also, they have gotten rid of the brackets that hold the boa wires and introduced a light weight kevlar under the fabric to prevent the boot from tearing up and pressure points from forming on your feet and ankles. These boots offer great support for a great day on the mountain.
Very warm, comfy, and waterproof. Move with me very well. I like the weight of them and the fact that there is tons of pockets to keep stuff.
Love this jacket. Its warm and water proof. Just upset that there isn't any pockets inside for my audio stuff. The ninja cuffs and spray skirt are awesome. This jacket is VERY comfortable and pretty warm.
I wear these EVERY day of the summer as an expedition guide! Whether I'm on the river, in a cave, or out hiking these save my feet all the time. I watch all the other guides wear Chacos and their toes come out bleeding every day. I love the toe protection on these and the fact that I can have my feet in the water and when I bring them out I don't have to deal with shoes that stay soaking wet. Who wants pruned feet or foot rot when you've been hiking through a cave all day?
The only thing I can possibly say I don't like is that they are kinda heavy when I am trying to swim and don't really help me out if I'm trying to swim a rapid to get to a customer in distress.