The grape juice with grey lenses are super stylish, they are a bit darker than pictured which makes them look great on guys or girls. Like other reviews said, they are really lightweight and comfortable to wear for days.
Great for dry Utah pow, these have a solid loose fit without looking super baggy. I was a big fan of the system they use to pull up the back of the pant so you dont shred them up walking through the parking lot. Rather than having an internal bungee cord, Burton uses a a velcro loop system that hold up well.
I rode these boots this season and loved them. I normally wear a 10.5-11 and ordered a 10 which proved to be a perfect. I was too lazy to take them to get heat molded but it just took a weekend of riding for my foot to heat up the liner to conform to my foot. Super lightweight yet really durable. I had 60+ days and the boots still look fairly new. The STI foam is pretty cushioned when you dont stomp a landing. The flex was a good fit for riding little bit of park and steep pow.
The frames have been nice, I have sat on them as well as dropped them off the chairlift heading up mountain biking and they did not break. I like the size of the lenses to block the sun but they are not quite as scratch resistant as one would like.
I normally wear a 10.5 in most shoes and went with the eleven. Once the leather got used to my feet, they broke in like a custom fitted sandal. They really comfortable and look really stylish whether that be beachwear or backyard BBQs.
It is pretty warm and comfortable and looks great, however I did not anticipate it being so long. I have a fairly large head (7 5/8s in fitted hats) and the length at times is a bit much. The regular doyonator is a good fit if you are looking for something with less hang on the back