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Countless days with these things - no problems. Don't fog. The only issue is if you really eat it and you get snow all up on the inside of your lens, they tend to be done for the day. But dry em' out and they're go to go.
Super comfy. Wouldn't change a thing.
A little heavier than some other boards in the quiver, but it's also a little wider, so that's obvious. But don't get me wrong, the weight is a non-issue.
This board rides everything super well. Fun in the park, great in the pow, and it feels totally solid ripping lines.
I'm always looking for a board I can take anywhere, ride anything, any day of the season. This is my everyday shredder.
Fits 10.5 boots perfectly. Could easily handle a size to size and-a-half lager/smaller boot no problem.
Great little board for playing in the park. I picked one up over the summer and it was just fantastic. Extremely responsive, popy, but was man enough to hold up even on hard/flat/dicey landings.
You really notice the sidecut on this one. Gives a super progressive ride without a lot of worry.
I couldn't really ask for a better board for spinning off of every little thing.
Great mitten. Super warm and super waterproof/bomb proof. The leather palm is something I really value in the mitt - I won't rip through the mitt after half a season which is nice.
The wrist-gator things are actually thought through really nice and work very well to keep your hand sealed from the snow.
Also, this may be a small thing, but some mittens I've had in the past tend to "ride up" my wrists during the day. These don't. They stay right where I want them. Put them on in the morning and I don't have to worry about them all day. Solid.
Don't know if a binding will ever be "perfect," but this is the closest I've come to finding one. After 15 years or so on snow I've got to say these are the best binders I've ridden. Super response, but not too stiff. Totally bomb proof. I like the ability the binding give me to set my straps EXACTLY how I want them. These have served me well through flat landings and tight little chutes. Have used them on three different boards and they always play nicely. You should just buy a pair.
The only negative things I'd add is that I did shatter both discs after a couple of days out. But that was more of a manufacturer defect than a problem with the bindings. Put in new discs, no problems. Don't let that stop you.