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The Tracker is the first beacon I ever used and it just seemed too simple. I bought one once I moved to Utah and took an Avy 1 course with Exum (so should YOU!). The Tracker never got more complicated throughout all our training and my own personal practice. It makes so much sense to me that I can't imagine using another, or ever needing one...so much that I bought my girlfriend one so she could have the same simplified search interface when we're out together. Hopefully we'll never have to really use it.
P.S. BCA is one of the best companies in the industry because they sponsor classes and beacon practice parks for everyone to use. You dollar is your vote, so vote for a company that does something to address the risk associated with selling avalanche gear to the mountain-going masses. Buy BCA and take a class. It just makes sense.
I bought these for my niece who lives in SC, thinking that she would be visiting me in Utah in the spring. But on Christmas day it snowed in the Carolinas so she got to use them the very next morning. She absolutely loves them. They keep her feet plenty warm, but more importantly, they keep her feet dry in the wet Southern slush. She can run around without her boots flopping all over the place and won't lose her footing while running into another giggly sled ride.
Here is a photo of her digging a snow tunnel in her Flurry boots, after her daddy stayed up all night making snow just for playing.
Wore this to a black and white party that I can't remember too well. Photos revealed that I had a good time and are stone cold evidence that I looked crazy fly compared to all the kids in their tuxedo shirts.
Even on my dread-less head, this floppy beanie brings me the steeze I need to strut the streets despite the breeze. JEEEZZE