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5 5

This is my third year on this board -that in and of itself should tell you how I feel about it. I have the 161.5 HP and I use it in nearly all conditions but for the park (I don't typically venture in there). The board handles really well on hardpack and in icy conditions due to the magnetraction and traditional camber from your feet to the tips. The rocker in between the feet is just enough to keep your nose up in powder and to spare you back leg a slow death in the deep stuff. The HP version is nice and light - I pair it with Union Atlas bindings and 32 Ultralight boots to keep the set-up as light as possible.

I love this board in all conditions, especially powder and sidecountry

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5 5

I have ridden these bindings for most of the current season and I am a big fan. I upgraded fro the Union Contact and I am happy I did. The Atlas is a bit lighter and lower volume so the entire setup feels nice and compact. The binding is nice and stiff and the ratchets are superior to those on my old contacts (about three years old). I have a size 11 boot and went with the XL which fits my boots nearly perfectly. The multiple foot bed options allow me to really dial-in the coverage on my toes to enable a responsive toe-side edge.

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2 5

After about two months my belt split apart. The finished outer layer of the leather split apart from the base layer at the seams along the edges of the belt. I expect a higher level of quality for the price

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4 5

Got these as a gift for the wife. She typically wears a 7.5 and she had to size down to a six. Once we got the size dialed she was in love.The problem with sizing was a larger heel cage that slipped on her relatively skinny feet. She hates it when shoes slide on her heels so she went way smaller. They are comfy and warm to wear around the house or after snowboarding.

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4 5

Great winter boots that are very warm and totally waterproof. I use them for everything for shoveling snow to hiking around in very deep snow and I have never felt cold. They do run a bit large and they seem to have a slightly narrow toe box. I had to go with my normal size(again, they a bit large) to get a width that was truly comfortable. The downside is the heels are a bit loose, but I just clamp down the laces.

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5 5

This is the best board I have ever ridden and a huge upgrade over my Ride Serum. I agree with the previous poster that a one board quiver may not exist, but this board is about as close as it gets. I have the 164.5 and it is a dream in powder. I am 6'0" 185 and I can put all my weight on my front foot in all but the deepest powder without burying the nose. The board is med/high stiffness, but not so much that it doesn't seem playful. On groomers, the Magnetraction sings. I am able go substantially faster on this board than any other with no chatter at all. The 164.5 is somewhere not what I would call nimble neither is it a boat. You will not go wrong with this board in powder or destroying groomers.

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5 5

This helmet has served me well in various types of conditions. Best features are the vents and the weight. Multiple vents and vent positions allow you to wear this helmet comfortable on the warmest days. The helmet is also super light, so much so that you barely notice it at all. The one minor downside is the very small brim thing on the front (although it is technically a brimless helmet). I prefer a plain front

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5 5

I love this binding. It is light, stiff and responsive. The straps distribute pressure uniformly across my feet so I can crank the bindings down without my feet going to sleep. I have larger feet and the sloped footbeds eliminate any notion of toe drag. For whatever reason, Union bindings, are reasonably priced despite receiving some of the highest industry reviews. Pull the trigger on these if you can. I have them set up on a Lib Tech Travis Rice Pro 164.5.

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5 5

Bought for my brother as a gift - he loves it. Beware, the watch is huge (see my pic) so if you are into that this is your watch.

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5 5

Overall a great pair of sunglasses - my favorite to date. Style: a mix of retro Ray Ban style with a bit of a modern touch. Fit: I have an average to smaller sized face and these glasses fit me perfectly. Comfort: Average weight, very comfortable nose bridge and no pressure on ears/side of head. Would be a bit challenging to wear while playing sports as they tend to slide about a centimeter down my nose when looking down to play golf. Lens quality: Excellent - very clear. My brother commented on how nice the lenses were when he tried them on.
I would highly recommend theses sunglasses

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