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I'm a tall rider at 6'6", and love the 34" inseam on the XLs. At this size, the waist is a few inches too big, but the suspenders keep me from having to wear a belt. I wear them in an X configuration, as just having them straight up, they slip off your shoulders too easily. I can wear them low on my waist, and it's much more comfortable then wearing a belt.

I got to break them in at Mammoth, during a record snowfall storm. 15' in four days, and the snow was wet. My legs were dry the whole time, these pants keep the wet out for sure. Functionally they work great, and they look good too. Total score!

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I just got back from ten days of boarding at Gstaad, in all different conditions from blue bird days to blizzard conditions. The crowbars with blue iridium was great in everything. I just switched from the Oakley Wisdom because it didn't fit well with my Bern Baker helmet. The crowbar is a perfect fit. No fogging like the wisdom. I love it.

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This is my fourth helmet in a long quest to find something comfortable. I just got back from wearing this at Whistler/Blackcomb for two weeks, and I love it. Your head really fits in it, as opposed to the helmet sitting on top of your head looking dorky. The Brock foam conforms to your head without pressure points, yet it's very firm. It also absorbs common impacts much better since it's softer. It's not rated as a helmet, but as a hard hat, but it seems firm enough to protect against everything but the most extreme impacts. The audio drivers sound great, and the integrated liner kept my kopf warm in -31 degree temps. It's the most comfortable helmet I have warn by *far*!

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