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I used this helmet with the Giro Onset goggle and it's been a great package all season. Comfy helmet. Roc Loc adjustments make it hug your head really nicely. Fits well with goggles underneath or overtop. Low profile design and doesn't look super 'fast'- which is definitely a good thing in my books. Vents are in effective places. Super light. Looks really good. Found that the bungee strap to strap down your goggles in the back is really good. Easy to do with gloves on where sometimes the snap button ones are hard to find with gloves on. Don't know what else to say really, quality helmet that looks good.
This is my go to pack. I've had the 30L and 18L Float Packs and I think the 22L is a happy medium between the two. It has enough room to fit your skins, trekkers, a small water bottle and food for the day. The majority of the skiing I do is off of the resort or off of the sled. I rarely do any multi day missions so this pack fulfills what I need it for. Any longer missions and you may want to consider the size up. Comfortable Pack with high quality straps and metal buckles. Lightweight and well thoughtout. Helmet bag on the back helps save space. Best money you can spend in my opinion, just another great tool on your side while you are out in the backcountry. And being that it is deployed with compressed air, it's less of a hassle to fly with.
The Tracker 2 is simple, accurate and effective. With 3 receiving antennas it cuts down on lag while searching and the beacon doesn't take nearly as long to think. The multi mode lets you know right away if its picking up more than one signal and pin pointing a second burial is made faster and easier with this mode. I will say it does take some practice to become fast and effective using this mode. But practice is always the most important thing, regardless of what beacon you are using. Great size, lightweight and simple. About all I'm looking for in a beacon. Speed and Accuracy are the most important.