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3 5

These are sweet goggles. They have good peripheral, soft farm and nice lens But they dont fit that good. I was storm chasing and rode in 12 degree weather with very dry snow. Every time the wind blew the snow would enter through the nose bridge in the frame. They fog up and didnt vent moisture out. Maybe i have a small nose bridge that allowed the snow to enter but i never had this problem with any other goggles. To prevent this problem i had to sag the goggles down to where the bottom of the goggle frame was touching my nostril. If you got a big nose these would be for you. I really like these googles wish they fit my face.

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with your hands... no, dont worry about hurting the lens or goggle frame. Yank apart the frame from lens. When putting the new lens back make sure it goes in the grove and clicks all the way in. Work on the nose first, making your way to the side, and then click in the top. Make sure there is no gaps and every thing is square. Takes some time to get use to first but when you figure it out, it will be a breeze.

with your hands... no, dont worry about hurting the lens or goggle frame. Yank apart the frame from lens. When putting the new lens back make sure it goes in the grove and clicks all the way in. Work on the nose first, making your way to the side, and then click in the top. Make sure there is no gaps and every thing is square. Takes some time to get use to first but when you figure it out, it will be a breeze.

5 5

One of my favorite boards. Good pop, very stabile in high speeds, turns on a dime, and floats in pow. 5'6'' 165 lbs and 156 is perfect(if you like to get buck).

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4 5

This board is soo fun and loose. Took me a few laps to learn how to ollie and level out. Reminds me of riding a skateboard. Little unstable in high speeds but you can still point and smash. You skid more then crave. But this board is so live in the park. If your looking for a board to mess and dink around the mountain with a skate background, you will dig this board.

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