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5 5

I use this bag every time I ski. It fits everything and then some. Easily fits boots, pants, jacket(s), helmet, gloves, goggles and some extra layers. Very durable. Great shoulder strap, its curved to make it more comfortable and easier to carry. The only thing this bag lacks is a small internal zippered pocket for keys, wallet, etc. Very minor issue though as the bag is bullet proof.

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5 5

Overall great goggles. Light weight, comfortable, good field of view and versatile in varying light conditions. Work great if you have a Smith helmet. They've fogged up a little on me when I'm in the gondola, but the fog clears out the second I'm skiing again. Highly recommended!

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3 5

I bought these knowing that they aren't technical shades with polarized lenses. If that's what you are looking for, these aren't the right sunglasses for you. If you are just looking for a stylish/casual pair of sunglasses, then these are great. They fit well (my head is of "above average" size so keep that in mind). They feel a little tight on the bridge of my nose if I wear them for extended periods of time (like over 2 hours). Other then that, I have no complaints. They get the job done and contrary to one of the other posts here, they DO fit under a motorcycle helmet. I have a full-face HJC and they fit fine in it.

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5 5

I have multiple A Frame Replacement Lenses. I spend the majority of my winter skiing in Vermont which is notorious for flat light. I primarily use the H.I. Persimmon from November to February with the exception of blue bird days. This lens provides great contrast in flat light. I generally switch to the Fire Iridium or Black Iridium lens on blue bird days. These lenses filter out much more light and prevent you from feeling blinded by snow glare on sunny days.

Oakley provides plenty of other lens options worth checking out at http://oakley.com/pd/1650 The site is really good for determining what lens to pick based on the conditions you ski or ride in most. I'd also recommend following Oakley's instructions for swapping out lenses, as it can be more difficult then expected.

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4 5

I've had these goggles for 3 or 4 seasons now. Best goggles I've ever owned. Lenses are somewhat challenging to swap out, but other then that absolutely no complaints. Frames do not infringe on my field of view at all. The goggles are comfortable and I've rarely had issues with fogging. I wear the Smith Hustle helmet, and there isn't any gaper gap with these goggles. Highly recommend them.

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5 5

I have this watch in gunmetal. All around great watch. Plenty of style to dress up or down. Versatile and durable. I've had it for a year and the finish doesn't show any signs of wear (and I'm not exactly careful with my watches). Highly recommend this watch. If you're looking for a stylish and durable watch just to keep time, this is your watch.

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5 5

Overall great helmet. Very warm helmet, but vents work well on warm spring days to keep your head cool(I've used it from 10 degrees up to 55 degrees and been completely comfortable). Very comfortable and light weight, so I barely even notice its on.

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