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3 5

These goggles are pretty sweet, the high amber lenses are great and work well in a variety of conditions but to be honest i have a pair of Smith Phenoms i use on sunnier days that fog alot less often and they are a little cheaper or the same price depending on which lenses you get.

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5 5

This Beacon is the best on the market for people just beginning to venture out into the backcountry, It doesn't have lots of the bells and whistles lots of the more expensive beacons have but when it comes down to simplicity the tracker has what you need, it is also very easy to learn with and with enough practice it can be just as effective as the pricier beacons within its range.

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5 5

I was looking to buy a new shovel and also pick up a probe at REI and for the cheaper ones there they would have run me 50-60 bucks a piece. If you're in the market for convenience or just a good deal this is the best option I found.

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5 5

I got a pair of these goggles as a gift two seasons ago and they are by far the best goggles I have ever used. They don't fog easily and the vents take care of it pretty quickly when they do. Fit well with a helmet. If your looking to save money though I have seen these on tramdock once or twice if your not in a rush it might be worth waiting for em to pop up.

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3 5

Not bad, I had hopes for something a little more durable the straps come loose a bit occasionally and the toe strap does not tighten correctly but overall they get the job done.
p.s. in my experience burton bindings tend to run a little big.

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