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Crowbars are a great goggle, with really good lenses. Only problem that i have had with them is on the burly weather days trying to ride with a hood does not work with the outrigger on the side of the goggle. They catch the side of the hood on my jacket, limiting movement.
Solid jacket.. holds up to the burly Northwest weather. Audio pocket sucks though.
I just rode this board for the first time two weeks ago and was blown-away by the versatility. In the morning we rode steeper aspects to the mountain trying to find some left over powder and this thing charged through any type of chop. Also the tip and tail profile made it very responsive in the pow. In the afternoon we hit the park and it was sick in the pipe.. Even hit a couple rails/boxes on it and it felt super stable. Great all-around ride. I dig the graphic as well.
I had a pair of 305's last season and loved them. The 306 are the next version of the 305. The flex is simular to the TM-2, but these have a tighter feel around the top/closure area. Great all-around boot. You can't go wrong....
The TM-2's are ill. No wonder like every pro that doesn't have a boot sponsor rides these. I got my first pair last season and will never go back to another boot. Super comfortable and they have just the right flex for taking the freestylie moves to any terrain.
I just rode these bindings for the first time a last week and they are definitely worthy. They have a softer flex so it is super easy to press, bonk, and tweak with 'em. The toe strap is sick because you can rock it on the top or on the end of the toe, cap-strap style. Great all-around freestyle binding.