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4 5

perfect length, nicely taken in at the knees, but with extra large ankle zips at the cuff so that they fit over your boots and bindings. i'm a lanky 6'1" 180lbs with a 32" waist and i picked up a medium for a modern skinny fit. my only gripe is that the material (almost a diagonal corduroy) isn't the most durable i've seen, especially if you're gonna nick them up on park features. i'm usually not a cargo pocket type of guy, but until L1 smartens up and adds boot gaiters to their thunder pant and premium skinny denim, these are L1's best skinny fit option.

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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't base board size on your height as stated above by Laura. The board has no idea how tall are you, but your weight will play an important role, affecting the way the board's flex reacts. Depending on what you want to do, a 149 can actually work (in the park or on jibs for instance). Rule of thumb... the shorter the board the easier to handle and more maneuverable for park tricks, but the less stable at speed and bigger jumps; the longer a board the more stable it will be when you want to turn that thing out and will also create a more stable landing platform for bigger jumps. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule... and flex, sidecut radius, effective edge, rocker-type (in addition to length) will all affect how a deck rides.

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4 5

The actual retail of this shirt is $25.00, says so on the tag. Dogfunk has this for $43.95 ($30.77 with a 30% markdown). I didn't realize this til after I ordered it. Dogfunk was really cool about it though. I contacted them and they were able to credit me the difference.

Great layering piece otherwise... Super comfy non-cotton material, lightweight, and great fit if you grab it in the right size.

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Nothing makes me more frustrated on the hill than when you have to struggle with a glove because the inner liner has come apart from the outer liner. Anyone know if the inner liner on this glove is sewed to the outer liner, thus avoiding the dreaded "liner pull-out"?

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