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5 5

There's a reason why these boots cost twice as much as other boots in their category, and like the old saying goes, "you get what you pay for." The materials and subtle details that go into this boot make it what it is, a comfy performance powerhouse. These are my 2nd pair of Ions and they are the best boots I've ever owned in 25+ years of riding.

The level of comfort, adjustability, and stiffness is unbeatable. After a few tough days of breaking in, they felt as nice as my old Ions. You can micro-dial in the inner liner and outer liner to whatever feels good. I'd highly recommend these boots if you want a stiff, comfortable boot that will easily last a few hundred days of shredding.

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5 5

I got the bright white and used it as my wedding shirt. Granted it was on the beach, but I was styling out. Crisp and clean and oh so breathable. I have a couple others in plaid and they are top notch in quality and fit. I'd highly recommend one of these are you like button-ups, these are the best you can get.

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5 5

Love the neon green doyo! Didn't think I could pull off the neon-steeze, but it works, and I love it. Awesome assortment of colorways.

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5 5

Yeah that's a bold statement. But in my 20+ years of riding, I'd have to admit it to be true. These are super-high-end and cost a pretty penny, but it's well worth it. They are comfy, fit my face extremely well and the top/bottom air vent foam is way more ventilated and burlier material than other goggles. I have the silver solex lens which is amazing, ideal for almost every light condition, and they're tough...no scratches to date. HUGE field of vision with the spherical design, I'm sold. My first pair of Anon's, won't be the last.

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4 5

The audio is pretty amazing, I must say. Once seated properly in your ears, the bass is quite booming, and the cord doesn't tangle like the rubber iPod headphones. They do make a slight noise when brushing up against your clothes etc., but I just turn up the music louder, ha.

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5 5

This is a great fitting helmet. It's one of the lightest on the market, next to the Smith Maze, so you hardly know you have it on. The materials/design are top notch, and it feels solid while wearing it, thanks to the precise form-fit adjustment. With 14 vents (adjustable), you can control the amount of ventilation. Did I mention it looks f-ing great to boot?, I got the matte white.

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5 5

These are by far the most versatile bottom base layer in my collection. From medium temps (35?F) to very cold days (-10?F) these keep me toasty as well as super comfy. The elastic waist is not too binding yet holds firm, so the powder monkeys don't find their way down the back of your pants! Also the slightly shorter cut on the leg is great, IE: perfect sock/bottom overlap when stuffing into your boots.

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5 5

Now I can finally ditch the ziplock turkey bag I've been using for the last 3 years, yay! This travle kit is compact, yet it keeps unfolding with pockets galore. When my relatives see this bag hanging on their door, they will think I've finally made it to the big time, thanks DaKine!

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5 5

Perfect fit, pockets and vent zips galore, ghetto slits for da fat boots, Gore-Tex to stay dry in the worst conditions, killer fabric....what else can you say but these are Burton AK's! So you know it's cream of the crop in the Burton line and backcountry tested by their best riders. Go out and get your own!

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5 5

Firstly, I am a big fan of the quality/fit of Circa shoes in general, and the 206's did not disappoint me. Solid shoes with great cushion and support, these are comfy shoes! Adds them to my collection of over 3 different pairs from the Circa brand.

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