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5 5

Use these straps with the Dakine wrap pads on the factory installed crossbars on my 2012 Ford Escape. No complaints. They are really sturdy, tighten and hardly ever loosen (if you're driving all day on the highway, stop every couple of hours just to give an extra pull), and show no wear after hauling 3 longboards at a time all up and down the east coast. I don't think I'd ever buy anything else but these. Totally recommend!


4 5

Bought these for surfing after a few people recommended against 5-finger gloves (fingers tend to get too cold). I don't have great circulation in my hands, so these seemed like a good idea. The tread on the palms and fingers seem great, though I will say compared to other gloves I've tried on, these are the most difficult to get on. Getting the first glove on was easy, but getting that second glove on was extremely difficult. I managed using my teeth. If you surf with a buddy, then maybe he/she can help you out. That said, once they're on, they feel great and I didn't get any water leaking inside. I didn't notice a problem with the inside seams being uncomfortable, but perhaps it just varies from glove to glove? I also have small hands, so a lot of other brands' size Small were too big for me. The XS fits great.


4 5

Great boot for water in high 40's - mid 50's. Fits really snug, but they're supposed to be snug, right?! Good feel, seem very durable. I'm a women's size 7 and purchased a size 6 (men's) - and they seem to be the right size for me. Easier to get on when they're dry, tougher to get off when they're wet, but no big deal. Haven't yet figured out the best way to dry them. I run fresh water in them after surfing, then leave them to dry, stuff w/ paper towels, and blow some cool air into them with the hair dryer.