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5 5

This is my go to board. It's a fantastic all mountain, super responsive turns, the magnetraction works wonders on the hard pack, stable at high speeds, nimble enough to have fun in the trees or on jumps. Adjust the stance a bit and it's not half bad in pow either.

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5 5

I don't use this board all that often, but love having it in the quiver. It's definitely a powder board and it's definitely directional, but if you're looking for something to enable you to ride pow all day without beating up your legs, this board floats really well and gives you plenty of speed.

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5 5

This bag is great for backcountry day trips, or more serious sidecountry excursions. Plenty of space for the avvy gear, emergency supplies, a good sized water bladder, and lunch. The shoulder and waist straps are nice and comfy with all the weight as well. I take this along as my day bag on multi-day tours too.

I've used it in bounds when traveling before too, and it's a little over-sized and strappy for that, but it's also not what it's intended for... Overall would highly recommend it.

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5 5

This pack is big enough and well equipped enough for a slackcountry or shorter sidecountry trip, but small enough that it's comfortable if you need a pack for a day in bounds too. The straps are comfy, and Dakine is generally pretty good about warranty stuff. Would recommend this pack for sure.

If your looking for a more serious day pack to carry a better amount of emergency gear and what not, I'd suggest looking at the Dakine Blade over the Dakine Heli Pro.

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5 5

I've ridden the other Jones boards before, including the Flagship (the non-split version of this board) and been happy with all, so when I decided it was time to go for a split and get off the snowshoes, Jones was one of the first places I looked. I, like the other reviewers so far, opted for a karakoram binding system as well. (The bent metal collab to be precise.) You can tell while riding that it's a heavy set up, but it's solid and I would say rides very comparably to it's non-split counterpart. Very stable at speed, designed to float in the powder, and the magnetraction is a beautiful thing if you hit any crusty spots. For the price, you'd be hard pressed to find a better offering.

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4 5

Been happy with these so far, and they (as I would imagine most other) skins come in a nice little package with a carrying bag, cutting tool, and "Skin Savers" for storage during the long (and let's be honest, boring) summer months. Worked fine in the field so far as well, minimal ice build up, glide well, and provided enough traction on the slopes I was on.

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Impressed so far.
5 5

Just got these recently and have only used them a couple sidecountry days so far, but they seem like a good choice. The Bent metal high backs are the right flex for me, and the straps are super comfy. The Karakoram interface is a pretty slick design. They ride well, and combined with the karakoram clips, my split is surprisingly solid.

I will say in the cold conditions I was in, some ice built up while traversing on the metal plates, and despite the claims that you don't have to, i did have to scrape them off before transitioning to boarding mode, though it was pretty quick. Also, on one of the bindings, the lever / pins were pretty stiff out of the box, so expect some break in time.

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4 5

it's a comfy shirt with moderate insulation. works great for the late season or casual ware. only gripe is that the sleeves are cut pretty long, presumably because they have holes for your thumbs.

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5 5

you can work with a scraper and paper towels for days, you still won't get it as clean as a little soak with the cleaner. it's pretty much a must have if you're doing hot waxing. i've used the oneballjay cleaner before as well, this is pretty much the same stuff... haven't really noticed a difference.

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Not sure about sales numbers, at 1770 cubic inches, it's a pretty good sized bag. I have an 1800 cu in bag that I use on day or light overnight backcountry trips for a frame of reference. As for the color being for boys / girls... In my opinion it could go either way, given that both genders seem to sport that kind of neon design on the slopes these days.

Funny story... I actually used it as a backup camera when I was shooting a concert once in a pinch. It's a very wide angle lens, so don't plan on getting a tight shot, but you can use the lasers to get it pointed roughly where you want and then just to your best to hold it steady. The sound isn't all that great either, it works well enough for riding shots like the camera was designed for, but don't plan on conducting any interviews with this thing.