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4 5

The sound quality on these is really nice. Great passive noise cancelling you get from the snug fit, allows for movement without having to re-adjust at all. With the snug fit did come some minor discomfort for me after multiple hours of use, but like Matthew I have a pretty large head so that was expected. The inline controls on the cable work as they should, answering calls, everything you would expect, and the microphone in there was great for call quality as well.

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4 5

Overall this speaker is a great option. The sound quality is great in it's "indoor" mode. I would say that's the environment that this speaker excels in. Took it camping and used it in the "outdoor" mode. With that the sound quality went down a bit, but the volume level was great. Would make for a great speaker for bbq's out back, hanging out in the summer on the porch, things like that. In the camping environment I was a little nervous taking it out. It performed great but doesn't seem to have the high durability and weatherproofing features you find in other speaker options in this category (the Outdoor Technology Turtle shell, or the Skullcandy Air Raid).

When it comes down to it this is a speaker I would highly recommend if your looking for high quality sound out of a speaker that you would use around the house, or outdoor parties in less than extreme environments. Gives higher priced options like the Bose soundlink a run for it's money, at a lower price.

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If there has been a clear frontrunner in the past three years in women’s ski halfpipe, it’s been Maddie Bowman. She has taken four X Game medals in addition to several World Cup, Grand Prix, and Noram wins and podium spots on her ever-more-impressive resume. With the addition of her Olympic gold to her trophy shelf, she’s more motivated than ever to keep progressing personally and to move the sport forward. Maddie came from a ski racing background originally, skiing out of Sierra-at-Tahoe on the California side of South Lake Tahoe. She now lives in Salt Lake City, taking classes [...]

An Interview with Olympic Gold Medalist Maddie Bowman

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5 5

I loved that the liner didnt pull out with my hand when I took the gloves off. I hate cheap gloves that dont hold on to the liners. My hands were never cold, even after working out in the snow for a few hrs. They were great gloves and would definitely run them as my primary pair.

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3 5

The thing that I like most and least about these boxer breifs are the weight. The super light weight material is very comfortable, and feels great when you first put them on. The only issues I've run into specific to that weight is the fact that they do run more than other options I've tried. Maybe it's just my big legs, but annoying anyway. Number two is that they didn't last super long. The thinner material is great for comfort, but not as great on the durability side of things. They lasted long enough for me to think that I got good use out of them, just nothing I would consider great longevity.

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5 5

With the simplicity of the end product, I was happily surprised with the performance and fit. In the past I have always gotten over the ear options for a headphone that I needed when traveling on planes, or just working in the office. Some work great, but most get uncomfortable after long periods of use like that. With these Navigator's you get none of that. They are by far the most comfortable headphone, especially for extended use, that I've ever worn. With the over the ear setup, and more of a compactly designed model I was worried that the drivers wouldn't pack enough punch to really give me the sound quality I wanted, but I was mistaken to doubt them. The driver and acoustics these have is great, and just what anyone needs for long days of work, plane rides, whatever you need.

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5 5

As far as my flannels go, this is one of the thicker ones. It's great to use under a jacket for layering, but I find myself wearing it on it's own a lot as well. The outer material has great water resistance, and adding a bit of nikwax makes it great to ride in on spring days, or just around town. Overall a great flannel, and daily driver.

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5 5

Only used them for a couple weeks and couldn't be more impressed so far. If you've read the description you should already know that they have great quality spherical lenses, the quickest and easiest to change lens tech ever, and they are goggles so you get all the other benefits you get with goggles.
My main concerns checking these out were:
The lens would be too easy to come out if you fell, they aren't.
For the price you can get a polarized lens, you shouldn't.
The fit wouldn't be as wide as other frameless option, they are.
Basically I couldn't as for more in a goggle, they vent very well so I didn't fog up even in conditions I expected they would and they fit great. It's not the sort of thing that they will only fit those of us with super wide faces, it's really a true mid to wide face fit that's really versatile. Plus, if you ever have some down time it's fun to try to throw them into the frame which is a fun game, just don't do it on the chairlift.

Awesome Goggles

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Not much needs to be said about chucks. Everyone knows they are great and timeless. As they get years on them they wear out and you grab a new pair because they have always been your go to. Even when they are beyond the point where you can wear them out in public, grab some duct tape and re-purpose them as water shoes, or whatever your deed of the day requires. needless to say you can never run out of a use for them.

multiple years and endless uses.

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