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Is the floaty backdoor compatible with the gopro hero 2?
This rain jacket is great for any person who enjoys the outdoors. I personally love to wear or at least pack this while fishing. It is very compact, lightweight and comfortable. It stops wind very well and if a long sleeve is worn under it, it is fairly warm. This jacket keeps you dry and also drys fast.
This is a good pair of goggles for the price. These have good peripheral vision and are durable. The Lens switching system is a bit of a pain, but it is fairly simple. If you are willing to spend a couple more dollars, than the Smith I/OX or the Oakley Airbrake are a much better buy as they come with a second lens. Both the Airbrake and I/OX have a much easier lens swapping system too.
This pair of goggles are not good. The material that is in contact with the face is very rough. The lens scratch very easily and the peripheral vision is just not there. Not worth the money, go with a pair http://www.backcountry.com/oakley-a-frame-goggle (Oakley A-Frame) or http://www.backcountry.com/oakley-crowbar-goggle (Oakley Crowbar).
I was wondering if this package is good for an inexperienced user. Is the shovel light and compact, and would this all fit in most backpacks?
I bought this to mount my GoPro on my pole, thinking it would fit. However when it came in, I went to put it on and noticed that it was way too big. Some people said they wrapped duck tape around there pole, but I found that the http://www.backcountry.com/gopro-ride-hero-bike-mounting-clamp (GoPro handlebar mount) worked much better as it is smaller. This mount requires some tape but, I would imagine not nearly as much as the GoPro Roll Bar Mount.
It keeps your head warm. Good for everyday usage.