My name is Rick. I've been snowboarding for about 8 years now, and i love it, I wish I could spend more time just riding. I hit up Shasta as often as possible, but since my best friend lives in Reno, I try to make a trip out to Tahoe every once in a while. I must say Squaw Valley is F-ing huge and i can't wait to ride it with powder... next season i suppose.
i picked up a pair of these around a year ago, and i am as happy with them now as i was when i bought them. they haven't loosened up at all, and the lenses have yet to get a scratch, despite abusing them regularly. they are just the right fit for my face and the polarization is a nice bonus. very well made piece of eye wear, i would recommend you try these on if you have the chance, maybe you're a dirty mo...
these shorts are sick, i bought a pair about a month ago and every time i wear them i get compliments. the pattern is sick and it surprisingly goes with a lot of stuff. i would recommend these to anyone looking for another pair of plaid shorts or whatever
i really like these pants, they fit like i wish all my pants could. well, not really, i like baggy sometimes but these are clean as hell, not tight at all. at first i didn't think i'd like the leg opening but they are just right. i would reccommend these to anyone who wants another pair of stylish jeans that aren't overdone. they seem unrestrictive enough to skate with too, though i haven't gotten around to riding in them yet
this shirt is awesome, its not very thick, its really breathable and it fits awesome. i wear a large and its not baggy or tight or anything. i am really happy with this shirt, it fits my style really well.
i am concerned though, after a few weeks of having worn it a couple times a week at most, the left sleeve started to come unstitched, starting with the tag thing.
these goggles are pretty big. like fish bowl big. if you have a huge face, they are probably the shit, but for anyone less than like 6'3" its probably too big. they are awesome like all oakley goggles, but sadly dont fit with many helmets and look a tad silly on anyone who isnt pretty big. i had to return mine becaue it wouldnt fit my face right.
in response to dude asking about s4 goggles, i have heard of them this season, but i've never used them. from what i hear though, they are really customizable, and they look pretty sweet. theres a lifetime guarantee so i guess you couldnt go wrong with them. i still like the a frames.i used these goggles for 5 or six years and they are to this day some of my favorite goggles. never had problems with them, never fog, no scratches and they look so simple and clean. everyone should have a pair of a frames in their closet.
i bought a pair of these last year. they are pretty light, very, very adjustable, and are really pretty stiff. they seem stable and responsive, i really like them, but the one problem i have is the plastic ratchet handle thingys broke off. these are sick, especially for all mountain stuff but the plastic things put me off a little bit
i can understand how frustrating it can be when sizing doesn't match up. i was fortunate enough though to just order a large and have it turn out to be perfect. it was tight at first, and if its at all moist your hand will come out with the liner still on. and it took days to break in properly. and the 3rd liner seemed really useless. but all in all i really really like these gloves. never got wet from the outside, but the thermawhatever liner is hot as hell sometimes, your hands will start to sweat. and if anyone knows what i should do about getting a replaceent liner, i lost mine at tahoe a few weeks ago. pls halp. and i d give this 4 1/2 stars, but it wont let me so ill round down