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5 5

Oakley's crowbar series has always been dope, but this signature model took form and function to the next level, and here's why:

1. Big lens = unrestricted field of vision
2. Interchangeable lens system = you can see where you're going in all conditions
3. Graphic = probably the coolest out of any goggle on the market

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If you're looking for a stylish, comfortable, and lightweight glove for the springtime, here's your answer. Dakine makes dope product, and this glove is no exception. This glove has superb finger mobility, making grabs a cinch. Also, the colored padding on the top of the glove helps prevent knucklebang (trust me, it exists), and gives the glove extra visual pop. I own these in black with gold accents, and my only complaint is that I've been called Lady Gaga because of the color scheme. NBD.

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This is the best snowboard I have ever ridden, hands down. I'm an all-mountain guy when it comes to snowboarding, and the Anthem sped me around the mountain from pow to park and everything in-between. Loads of Pop, great edging, and for some reason it seems like this board has less mass at the tip and tail, which makes spinning easier (remember when you learned about inertia in Physics?) In any case, this board is phenomenal. A must-have for people who don't consider themselves pow-hounds, or park-rats.

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Let me start by saying, I do like these goggles quite a bit. They're stylish (duh since Shaun White wears them), and the Pink Iridium lens is a perfect hybrid lens for sunny and cloudy days. However, I found that they fit towards the center of my face, and didn't cover the peripheral areas like other goggles did. Also, the fact that the top of these goggles are really curved means that they didn't fit terribly well under my helmet, and I got little triangles of brain freeze on either side of my forehead whenever it got really cold.

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These goggles are dope. First off, they have massive lenses so you have a full field of vision. Also, the fact that these goggles come with two lenses is great, since one works well in cloudy and/or snowy conditions, and the other (the shiny orange one) is great for sunny weather. Thirdly, these goggles look sick. I mean, come on, who doesn't love neon? So if you're looking for the perfect (and steezy) hybrid of form and function, look no further.

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4 5

It's true that Bern uses the term Hard Hat because of legal issues concerning safety standards. However, let me just say that I've taken some spills, and haven't had any issues with head protection. But moving away from safety, I'm also a fan of this product because of its beak, which fits snugly with my goggles and prevents serious Gaper Gap (if you don't know what that is, look here: (http://www.backcountry.com/images/newsletter/1123.jpg). In conclusion, this product has served me well, and in my opinion it's a stylish, versatile, and (GASP) safe choice.

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