I don't have this specific spine protector, but mine is similar. They're really no problem to ski with at all. They fit snugly to your back and don't restrict any movement unless it's something that would hurt you. It pretty much feels like you're wearing a backpack that weighs nothing. Also, mine saved me from a serious spine injury last season, so I'd say it's worth it.
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These sunglasses look great, are durable, comfortable, and have great lenses. However, I'm not sure what makes any sunglasses worth more than $100. Ignoring the price these are great sunglasses. The lenses in mine have a slight blue tint, which somehow makes any day and any snow look prettier. Also, the lenses have popped out of mine when I've dropped them before which makes me wonder why Smith doesn't sell replacement lenses.
I've had the Hawkeye's for over two years now and I'm excited to replace them. They look good and are comfortable, but Anon lenses are not nearly as nice as some other companies. I have the Red Solex lenses and whenever a brighter object/light is within view they produce multipul reflections of the object within the lens.