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1 5

I saw this pop up on whiskey militia a few times, and decided to pull the trigger, evn though i didn't really need a new jacket. When it arrived, i noticed right away that this is a very heavy jacket. I am 6'2" and ~200 lbs, and the XL was way too big. I had a hard time reaching the zipper to zip the jacket.

It's on its way back to Utah


5 5

I initially bought these gloves for something in between a super light spring glove and my warm mittens for the coldest days.

I was pleasantly surprised how warm these are. At this point, I don't see myself using my mittens for an inbounds day anytime soon.


4 5

I've had Giro helmets for about 8 years now (Giro nine for a while) and they fit great, light and warm.My only comparison is the old school bowling ball style helmets.The visor and google (Oakley Crowbar) combination works well in use. However, it's not easy (possible?) to quickly put goggles on the forehead with helmet on. Not a huge deal, I generally just remove helmet and goggles as one.

Why are you skiing/riding without a helmet at this point?


5 5

Great carry-on bag. This can easily fit a pair of ski boots (save on weight in checked luggage) and still enough room for first night's clothes, magazine for the plain, camera, Ipod, etc.

The separate pack isn't huge, but gets the job done. Put main suitcase above you and keep pack at your feet for in flight. I don't have a laptop, but the laptop sleeve isn't huge and may not fit larger computers.


3 5

I'm constantly looking for a bag that can carry alpine and tele boots. I tried the 60/40 convertible, but that was just too big and heavy. The bag itself was 15 pounds, good luck getting it under weight for airlines.

This bag is smaller, but still huge. Can easily be packed to exceed airline weight limits. Main compartment has one large section, but top has three total sections (1 large in the middle and 2 smaller on the outside) For skiing, boots should go in the main and clothes around.

So far, good quality, but I can see how it can wear. Only the bottom has a hard layer, but top can be turned, twisted and moved which could cause wear. We'll see what happens.