From the Ice Coast originally, when I was in HS pops took me to Mt hood and I saw the light, I knew at some point I had to make the migration to where the white stuff falls from the heavens more than a few inches a year. My life since quitting the 9-5 has revolved around riding and chasing storms to make up 150+ day seasons. I love being outside and being active but to be honest it's all just filler till winter hits.
What location you going to be riding this at? East or west? Your weight would let you get away with a 56 but if you are going to be riding out west a lot the 59 is probably a better choice. What % park vs freeride? If more freeride go 59 if more park go 56 unless park is going to be pipe and jumps. If you are more of a jibber than 56. I'm 190 lbs and got the 59 for my one to do it all. Since its set back a little i figure it will handle alright for utah's pow but we'll see, might have to get that charlie slasher as well.
With the boxer gaitor you are all set to sag the S@#T out of these and they stay up, these are not for you gypsies out there nice and loose fitting, wish they were a little more durable but pretty legit for the price
Such a great deal for this beanie, you can rock it tall or keep the cuff. Sick colors too. All you need to do is remove the lame Burton tag so you're friends don't hate on you for reppin the wackness and you're good
These binders are absolutely sick. So durable and can do it all. Even after 100+ day seasons they look and ride like they are fresh out the box. Not even sure why other companies are even bothering to make bindings anymore with Union around. You will not be disappointed and if you are, get back on your skis
These are not only steezy but they actually stay on your head unlike most skullcandys. Plus you wont see everyone on the mtn ridin with em. The sound is great, deep bass, and picks up the highs as well. Pick em up before the season starts.