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These shoes rock for approaches and low grade climbing! They are comfortable, which is great when you are hauling 35 pounds worth of gear up a 10 degree incline. The rubber is great, but not as good as the stealth rubber. You can still climb tons of easy stuff in them, though. They are also stylish in some of the colors (even for a dude). Overall, this is a great approach shoe for everything from long approaches to easy pitches.
(By the way, if you've read my reviews before, you would have realized that I'm a dude. But I'm a small dude so I have to choose women's shoes instead of men's sometimes. So now you know why.)
This is the best board I have ever used in my six years of snowboarding by far! It just feels solid. The edges turn well and I feel more natural and fluid when turning. This is an adult-quality board for kids. Yes, it is a bit expensive, but it's definitely worth it. Dad or mom, if you're viewing this and your kid is good on a snowboard and has a few years experience, please buy them this snowboard. Also, more expensive things generally tend to have better quality, which means that they last longer, which is real value for money.
I'm a teenager with a size five foot. Does 5-10 make these in my size. I'm dying to get a pair.