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5 5

The Elm is a sick mid-top that has hints of a boot, but is a great street wear shoe. This color also happens to be made of Vegan canvas, and the black print looks awesome with anything.

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5 5

This is my go-to, do-everything winter boot. Whether I'm heading to the mountain, shoveling the driveway, or taking out the trash, if there's snow on the ground, I'm wearing the Westridge. It's super warm, comfortable, waterproof, and has yet to slip in even the iciest parking lots.

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5 5

This shoe/boot is absolutely perfect for cruising around town in the winter. It has a great, clean look and it really water resistant and comfy, perfect for those long nights of bar hopping!

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5 5

This is the perfect no-nonsense skate shoe. I've had a couple pairs now, and it always skates great. There's no BS tech, just a clean, comfy, suede shoe that has great board feel and lasts a long time.

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5 5

I don't usually skate mid-tops, but these shoes were just too sick to pass up! They have great support and are incredibly comfortable, but still have just the right amount of padding for awesome board feel. And Torey is a G so you can't go wrong!

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5 5

My girlfriend and I have been getting into splitboarding lately, and she's ridden her Powder Room a few times, as well as I've ridden the men's version (the White Room) a few times, and both have been amazing! The float and power of the Powder S-Camber is incredible and we love the smooth split-to-solid transition with the Karakoram clips. I'd highly recommend this board and the White Room if you're a powder hound or even if you're just getting into splitting!

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5 5

This board is the TRUTH. Brand new for this year, I got to ride the 152 in all kinds of conditions, and it more than handled everything! FreePop Rocker is perfect in the park, awesome riding all-mountain, and dominates the deep stuff. You could also really feel the dampening of the Rebound Sidewalls and Basalt Impact Plates if you find yourself in some chunder or on a sketchy landing.

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5 5

I hadn't heard a lot of hype on the Tour until I tried it and loved it! No-Hang Ups Rocker feels awesome when ripping quick turns, but is still super stable at speeds with the QuickRip sidecut. It felt great on rails and I even took it into the trees and it surfed like a champ! I would highly recommend the Tour as an entry level quiver killer.

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5 5

For only $300, it's pretty impossible to beat the Garage Rocker! If you're looking for an inexpensive board to beat up in the park, this is for sure it. FreePop is super poppy and lively, and when combined with the QuickRip, it's extra stable, even when charging into icy jumps. It definitely handles its own on groomers too if you're looking for an all-mountain board with a freestyle feel.

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5 5

The Factory Rocker is the definition of "bang for your buck." Whether you're looking for a board to beat up in the park, cruise groomers as you progress, or even get into some powder, the MtnPop Rocker handles it all. I've tried a few boards at that price, and none had features like QuickRip, Bambooster's, or the Glass V Stringers. This board has a ton of life and energy and even comes with a 2 year warranty!

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5 5

This is the definition of an all-mountain boards. The MtnPop Rocker gives you tons of pop and stability on groomers or in the park, but it floats like nobodies business too. Plus for the price, it's really hard to beat the Reverb's performance!

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5 5

This is probably my favorite board for doing anything and everything on the mountain. It's super stable at speeds, has a ton of pop and energy when ripping carves or hitting the park, and it can plow through powder when you need it to. Definitely the best all-around, quiver killer I've ridden.

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Powder Perfection
5 5

I had the chance to ride the 159 Mtn Division quite a bit last year and can honestly say this is my favorite powder board to date, plus it still rips groomers and sends side hits. Rome's new Free-The-Ride camber and Turborods give it a lot of energy when railing turns, and the nose stays afloat no problem in the deep stuff. I'd HIGHLY recommend this board if you're looking for a new all-mountain/freeride machine!

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5 5

I can honestly say I wear the Von Zipper Booker's every single day. Even if it's rainy, I have the Booker's ready and waiting to grace my face. They have the best fit and sickest style. I've even slammed on my face snowboarding while wearing these, and the Booker's walked away without a scratch. Do yourself a favor this summer and grab a pair!

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5 5

The Feenom's were my go-to goggles last year because they have a perfect fit for my medium-sized face and an excellent field of vision, all for a great price. The unique vents actually work really well too, as I've never had an issue with fogging.

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5 5

The Skylab is essentially the smaller version of the Fishbowl, but once it's on your face and you see the ridiculously big field of vision, you'll barely notice. The Fishbowl definitely has more height, but I thought the peripheral view was about the same. If you have a medium to small face and the Fishbowl is just a little to big for you, the Skylab will be perfect.

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