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5 5

got these because i love skullcandy's earbuds, but they all kept breaking. this thing is legit fully covered in metal, its not breaking anytime soon. These ARE NOT the same quality as Bose earbuds, but nobody ever said that they were supposed to blow your mind. These thinks kill bass. I am sitting here listening to dub step on these boys right now, and the bass sounds better than any other pair of headphones i have (including Sennheiser monitoring phones).

get these on sale or on whiskeymilitia!!!!!!!!!

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2 5

While these goggles are a great way to get a giant O on the side of your head without breaking bank, I suggest you throw down the extra bills and get one of Oakley's higher-end offerings. If those are just too much money, look at either the O-frame or another brand, like Spy's Targa II. Some high-end features are emulated on this goggle: silicone on straps, strap outriggers, and 3-layer foam. The lens is not spherical, which restricts peripheral vision and encourages fogging. These goggles are basically the Crowbar without the spherical lens. The Ambush is a nice goggle by itself, but its pricepoint is too close to its higher-end siblings to justify it.

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4 5

the A-frame used to be the pinnacle of snowsport optics, but is now on a level below the Crowbar and Splice. Still, for those with smaller faces, the A-frame represents a great option. They have the same HDO spherical lens technology as all other high-end Oakley goggles, but in a smaller package. Even in comparison to the high-end offerings of other brands, these are small. The frame also lasts FOREVER, as will any non-iridium lenses. a good buy if you have a small face, otherwise jump on the crowbar or the splice.

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5 5

the lens of the crowbar is functionally the best part of the goggle. everything looks incredibly clear because of the HDO optics, and they snap in and out with ease for lens-switching. I personally use the fire iridium and HI yellow for bright and cloudy days respectively. I used to have a black iridium lens too that was great for bright days. I recommend the crowbar and all its lenses 100%.

another sick lens that dogfunk does not carry (or is out of stock) is the ruby clear lens. It looks like a regular clear lens from the inside, but has a red mirror on the outside. Sweet!

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5 5

first of all, the crowbar has been the standard of goggle excellence since it came out a few years back. the fact that Oakley is starting to slap its retro logo on them again is pretty cool, but what makes it awesome is that they are pairing the retro logo with sick color schemes. i got the matte red/fire iridium and it is EYE CATCHING. it doesnt look just like all the other crowbars on the mountain.

if you dont know crowbars already, they are meant for big faces, and are INCREDIBLY light. they look like they would be heavy but they are not at all. the lens provides awesome coverage and vision range, and the airflow is superb. different lens options excel in different conditions: i use fire iridium for bright days, and H.I. persimmon for night/cloudy days (Fire or Black iridium are both all great all-around lenses). probably the coolest part about the crowbars is the interchangeability - you can swap out the lenses, straps, and outriggers to customize your setup. i highly recommend these goggles.

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5 5

This hoodie is awesome. The whole torso area is lined with polyester, while the arms are just regular hoodie cotton material. It keeps you nice and warm without overdoing it. The rasta stripe pattern is cool because rasta colors are great, but most clothes really overdo it. this hoody is nice and subtle. one gripe is that the hood is a little small, but whatever.

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5 5

I've had my slip-ons for four years now, and they have LONG outlasted all my other shoes, skate or not. They even outlasted a pair of Dunk SBs that I never skated in. They are awesome for wearing anywhere, at any time. Every other skate brand out there has tried to imitate the classic slip-on, but this is really the most solid option out there. The best part: they look better as they get dirty and used. No matter what your style is, there is a pair of slip ons for you. I've even seen Slayer ones. And if they dont make something you like, you can design your own on the vans site for a premium. Dogfunk is really the cheapest you are going to find these other than ebay. sweet!!!

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5 5

Got these last year to replace a real old pair of snowpants. I couldnt be happier!! I have never felt a drop of water make it through the pants, and they are pretty warm to boot. My one gripe is that they do run pretty baggy, but they allow for a lot of free movement. The pockets on the sides are very useful for tools and stuff, and it has a really well-placed pass holder that I use all the time. Highly recommended if you are into the whole loose pants thing.

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5 5

If you have an M-frame or Radar (this case fits both) and somehow dont have the case, you should get this. I dont worry about my shades at all in this case, and it holds 2 extra lenses which is nice for different conditions. you can even fit the cleaning bag in there too if you want to! highly recommended.

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5 5

I tried these on at an O store in the mall and was amazed. These things are SO LIGHT!!! also there is NO pressure on your nose while wearing these. I have been rocking the Crowbar for a couple seasons, and these are totally superior. The only problem is that they are a little weird looking, so I might hold off until next year to grab a pair. If you are in need of new goggles this season, get these. They are big though, so stay away if you have a small face.

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5 5

This watch is not about the bells and whistles. It tells you what time it is, and thats all. The watch head is a good medium size, not so big that it restricts your wrist. The watch head also is very circular and sticks out quite a bit (possibly why they called the "cannon"? it looks just like one). you can feel the weight of the watch on your wrist, but in a way that you know it is well put together. A very good casual watch, I have had great experiences with it while snowboarding, at work, and around the dorm. Its a great low-key watch, a good relatively low priced counterpart to a crazy Nooka watch or something. highly recommended.

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2 5

I had a pair of the old Recruits and a pair of the old Icon 1 headphones. These are exactly the same, except that the double band at the top is now a single one. The headphones sounded about the same as the ones you get for free on airlines, except the bass was a little better. The speakers themselves are very plasticy and hard, and they do a bad job of sitting comfortably on your ears. The best experience I had with these was while snowboarding, just because they were outside my hat so I couldnt feel them, and they are inexpensive so i didnt worry about breaking them. Too bad they broke fairly quickly...

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5 5

i see that everyone else has problems with material quality, but I have not. I have had these headphones for a couple years now and have used them very often, and they still sound/look just as good as the day I got them. The bass response is pretty good for the price/style headphone, and the volume remote is a nice luxury. In my personal experience, these are a great pair of headphones

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2 5

These headphones sound ok. the regular sound isnt anything special for the money. the cool part is the subwoofer, which comess in the form of a big plastic amp about halfway down the cord. its really heavy when the batteries are in it, so I wouldnt walk around with these unless you want a big chunk of plastic hooked to your belt. the bass sound is pretty cool, but it gets really annoying. they are foldable, but break REALLY easily. mine is held together with a rubber band. I'd recommend getting a different pair unless you REALLY want the bass.

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5 5

I have these in the clear/violet colorway, and let me tell you, these shades kick a**. Clear frames seem like an odd idea, but they look really good when they are on your face. The frame appears semi-invisible, but looks sick. The violet iridium is totally unique and is COMPLETELY mirrored. The edges of the lenses fade to blue and green, which looks sick. These are really just a remake of the iconic Frogskins, with MANY improvements. The metal hinges are VERY sturdy and smooth, much more so than the Gascan or Frogskins hinges. They run tighter than the Frogskins, but that serves to keep them stuck to your face. I get comments on these EVERYWHERE. They also happen to be some of the less expensive Oakleys out there, so jump on these!!!!

Also, there is another version called the Jupiter LX that is also awesome. Instead of a regular plastic frame, the LX has an acetate frame. This is heavier, but is also more durable and more "luxurious" feeling. There is a Shaun White colorway that is AWESOME. The LX tends to run a little more expensive, but they are great. They feel like a combination of Oakleys and Ray-Bans. Also recommended.

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