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4 5

I need an XL so options are limited! This is a very basic helmet, but keeps my head warm and adjusts easily in the back to get a snug fit. You can remove some parts of the liner to open up some venting in the Helmet, but I usually don't use this until spring time. I've been using the G9 for ~4 years now and just got a new one as the "snugging" mechanism on my old one broke. There are still some minor issues with the construction here, but I ski ~60 days/year so am probably pushing this a bit harder than average. My older G9 held up very well over 2+ years and I am a fan of the ever so slight redesign of this model (mainly the logo on the front).

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4 5

This things is pretty cool. Installed it on my Subaru WRX Wagon directly onto the factory rack. Each side holds 2 pairs of modern mid-fat skis or 2 snowboards, so I am pretty much set for a 4-person trip in the Subaru Wagon and this rack makes it pretty comfortable with all the gear stored above. Have not had any problems so far and have been using it all year. I would've given it 5-stars, but I still have to lift the skis up there myself ;) But seriously....this is the best ski rack I've ever owned!

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Got them for a steal on Tramdock! (White/Ignitor) Have worn them a few times on Sunny days and they work great. Extra yellow lens was included, which is a big plus for low light days, but luckily haven't had to use it yet. No trouble with fogging or anything like that...fogging is usually due to operator error IMHO (i.e. wearing a facemask and breathing into the goggle, or otherwise getting the inside of the lens wet). Fits well with my helmet.

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5 5

I've been using this bag for 2 years. Don't wear it everyday, but it is super useful for accessing inbounds backcountry (i.e. hiking relatively short distances with your skis) and also short day trips (Tuckerman's Ravine). I use the integrated hydration system pretty often as well, but days that I am at smaller resorts I typically use a Camelbak Zoid instead to minimize bulk. This thing has taken a beating though and has held up incredibly well. I've taken it on 4/5 trips out West (I'm an EC skier) and have skied 50+ days with it in the past 2 years and all the functional components of the bag work as they did on day 1 (although it could probably use a wash!).

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5 5

For the price, you really can't beat these gloves. On the backcountry network of sites you see a good deal of gloves around this price point, but these are the best value I've found so far. They are a really warm glove and suitable for most days I ski on the East Coast. Probably a bit too warm for spring days (35+), but otherwise works well down into the teens for me!

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