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1 5

This hat looks awesome in the pictures above. Its a cool slogan.

That said, I am pretty disappointed in this hat. The cut on the front two (white) panels is really bad. It's way too much material and it bunches up as soon at you put the hat on. The front panel material also feels pretty cheap and scratchy. Very atypical from any other LaSpo product I've ever had. I think LaSpo, I think quality materials and workmanship. The brim comes pretty flat, which isn't a problem, I only bring it up because I was hoping that maybe curving the brim would help the material. That did nothing to improve the fabric bunching on the front panels.

A little guidance on the snap back sized. The L/XL should fit most adults. For reference, I think I had it at 2 or 3 snaps out and I have a 21.5" head.

If you go for that hat, please post a response if the fabric on yours is cut better than mine, maybe it is a one off problem.

Unfortunately I can only give the hat two stars. Design is worthy of 5 stars, but the execution brings it down to one.

I'll post some pictures too.

Cheers,
Lyric

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5 5

These bindings are awesome for freeriders. They are light, stiff, and comfy! So Ideal. The leather straps form wonderfully to the shape of your boot and don't create any pressure points like some other bindings I've owned. I was almost done with burton bindings after my last pair weighed so much, but I took a chance and tried these cause they matched my new Arbor Coda so nicely. Burton has made a lot of improvements in the last few years that have really stepped these bindings up. The FLAD (Forward Lean Adjuster) is now a tool-less knob that is easily adjusted on the fly, and the straps themselves are easily adjusted. The ratcheting device is solid on the top and bottom straps.

The cartel cap strap is a little different than the prior cap straps burton put out. This one looks like a regular strap but it has a notch in the middle, works much better.

These feel solid and high tech, I would say worth every dollar. Burton also has rad customer service, assuming backcountry.com doesn't take care of problems first.

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5 5

This little beacon is about as good as it gets. Turn it on, strap it on, and forget about it. The harness is pretty comfortable, and when you need to use it you'll be thankful they put it on a leash. Thankfully I have never had a need for this little guy in a real world scenario, but having done practice drills with it, I can't imagine improving on its method. Every time I go out and practice with other experienced beacon users, the people with Trackers are always there first. Thats mostly due to the dual antenna design and the way that they pick up the transmitting beacon and zero in on the flux line.

If you are looking for a lifeline in the backcountry, this is it. As with all safety gear, learn to use it before you go trusting your life or others with it.

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4 5

These boots are excellent. I ride in the Bozeman, MT area mostly, and in my last few pairs of boots, I would get sore feet after a hard day of riding, but on in these. These have great foot support and they lace as tight as you want them. The external lacing system is near flawless. The cord is tough and will stand up to your hardest pulls to get the tightness you want, and the lace lock off is perfect and will not slip. That said, the reason I only rated these near perfect boots is the lacing system on the liner, specifically the lock off part. The laces will pull really tight, but what takes the longest to do when putting these boots on is getting the cord to lock off! To be fair, one of the boots locks off really well, but the other boot is a struggle to get the cord to seat properly and lock off, usually requiring me to push it in.Other than that, I will definitely be sticking with Salomons!

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5 5

I love this bag. I can live for weeks out of this bag. TSA and the airlines can't even put a scuff on it. The material this bag is made out of is some tough stuff! The zippers aren't going to give way easily either, they are big and well sewn. There are several handles on this bag, one on the top (not including the extending handle), and on the bottom. The front of the bag has two more handles, and the side has yet another. Brilliant! The wheels are on some really smooth bearings, on skater wheels too. So smooth.

As indicated by the description, there is a suit hanger, kinda handy, but really you don't need it if you pack this bag like I do. A lot of people don't think you can pack a bag like this for an international trip--those people are not backcountry.com people though :D Lots of space in this rad case.

The front face has a really nice shoe compartment, keeps your nasty shoes separate from your cloths. There are lots of mesh compartments to keep your underoos and your socks in place :D

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4 5

I got this belt a few years ago when I broke the belt that had been holding up my snowpants. I like dakine stuff, and this belt it pretty good as belts go. However, since there are two clasps holding the webbing to the buckle, you can run into problems if you put a lot of stress on it. A handful of times the buckle you don't normally need to adjust has come undone. Still, its a good belt and you can never have enough ways to open a beer!

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