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As one of the founders of Backcountry.com, I'm very fortunate in that I can sample lots of gear. I've skied with pretty much every make of ski goggle available. I've concluded that Smith stands above them all. They've been at this for awhile. Smith goggles have the best fit, the best look, and they are the least likely to fog up... and among Smith's goggles, the Phenom is the one. 'Nuff said. Look no further.

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This Da Kine Pilot is a really well designed pack. There's a adjustable wire loop that you can dial in to fit any ski width. Comfortable carrying skis (diagonally across the back). This is just about the perfect size pack for day time hiking & skinning in the backcountry. Room for a spare jacket, gloves, platypus hydration bag, shovel, probe, skins and a couple Probars.

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I used to have a Burton Fish but I definitely like the Malolo better. Given the slightly set back stance and the shape of this board, the nose stays up on deep powder days and you can rip. This snowboard also carves really well on hard pack and riding switch feels much better than with the Fish.

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This is a really well designed jacket. Bomber seams, well placed pockets. While this isn't an insulated jacket per se, if you layer (ie wear a merino wool base layer, and maybe a turtleneck and a Marmot driclime windshirt underneath), you'll be far warmer than you will with other insulated jackets. Layering is the way to go to keep warm and this Burton AK Cargo jacket is on of the best made jackets I've ever owned.

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I've tried several different laptop backpacks. The Da Kine Terminal is far and away the best. The sleeve actually fits bigger laptops and it leaves your laptop suspended just off the bottom of the pack so if you drop it on a concrete floor or something, you won't need to buy a new laptop. Lots of handy pockets for your power cord & spare batteries. There's a pocket on the top for holding sunglasses. It's lined with a soft material so you don't need a sunglass case. Dakine makes great gear. I also recommend the split roller - best duffle bag I've ever owned.

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I've done lots of traveling and I've gone through at least a dozen duffle bags and suitcases. This is far and away the best one I've ever owned. With most duffle bags, your gear is just all in a big heap. The split roller allows you to organize your stuff. No need to unpack so that you can find your socks which are buried somewhere in your bag. I just flop it open in the corner of my hotel room and it's almost like having a dresser. Wheels are bomber and handle extends far enough to keep the bag from hitting your leg when you walk.

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