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4 5

This is a super fun, buttery board that still has that nitro drive. I'm kind of a big dude, about 180, and ride the 157 in everything: pow, park, jib runs. I'm over the quiver and this is a fun, do-it-all board.

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4 5

Sturdy shoe, fly style. A bit more low-profile than the Manteca I. Sizing is a bit weird, though, but seems to be the case for all DCs. I usually wear a 10.5 in all other skate shoes. 10.5 in these are a bit snug, and the 11 is too big. I went with the 10.5, and while they're a bit tight for kicking it, I really like the snugness for skateboarding; makes the shoe feel less sloppy. And we all buy skate shoes to skate in, right, so yeah.

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4 5

Absinthe does a really great job showing the creativity of snowboarding in every facet of riding: Big Alaskan lines, backcountry booters, and deeeeeep Japan tree lines, all with a super jibby feel. It's like you and your bros riding the local park, except they're hitting 100-foot gaps. Maybe not as groundbreaking as Pop and Saturation, but a solid flick for sure.

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4 5

I picked up the white Courts as bright summertime kicks to compliment my head-turning pins :). Anyhow, they're comfortable, maybe a tiny bit small (10.5 -- what I wear nearly everything in), and have a wide enough platform that I'm thinking about picking up a black pair to actually skate in.

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5 5

I was looking for a goggle lens to wear in the spring, when things are super bright in Utah. My eyes are pretty wrecked and I have a lot of problems with glare, and the Gold Lite lenses weren't cutting it. So I picked up the Blue Mirror. All in all I'm pretty stoked on them. My eyes can relax on south-facing slopes in bright sun and I can now see a lot of the small details I was losing before. They even worked pretty well in the shade and when the sun was obscured by partly cloudy skies. Stoked!

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5 5

I'm stoked on the Knowledge OTG. Fits over my glasses very well, hasn't fogged on storm days or hikes, and the Gold Lite lens works well in sunny to mildly flat conditions. I bought the yellow replacement lens for flat light days.

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5 5

Bought the Manual as a do-anything watch for the office, mountains, and water. So far it's held up really well to office use and snowboarding. Has gone through a few spring-like days in park gloves and storm days with a full gauntlet, and is running strong and blemish-free even after a couple gnarly crashes. The silver face, though super stylish, was kind of hard to read so I traded it for the white face.

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2 5

The strap broke on me. You've got to stretch it over the helmet, which can be kind of awkward, and the strap pulled out of the plastic fastner that attaches it to the helmet. So, when putting the goggles on, be sure to hold it by the plastic faster where it attaches to the strap and not the goggles.

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4 5

I really dug the High Intensity Blue lens on these goggles, but the fit didn't work out for me. By far the best lens I've ever used in flat light, and I've used Smith Gold Lite, RC36, Clear, and Scott Yellow from a few years ago. Only thing I didn't like about them was the fit. Never really closed around my nose. But I've got kind of a flat face, so they may work for you. Goggles don't fit a helmet -- you'll need to spring for the helmet strap, which I don't think works that well.

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5 5

Belt is made of high-quality leather, and buckle is blinging brushed steel. Plus, you can remove the buckle and put onto a different belt once you wear this one out. My pants haven't fallen down ONCE since I started wearing it.

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