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4 5

The snappy, stiff tail of the Proto CT was a bit of a shock on the first run, but after a few chunky turns I made my way into some deep tree stashes, over a few little drops, and then sent a 15'er on an exposed chute where the stiffness and added camber truly excelled. It's super-fast on groomers and once I did get into some deeper pow, the rocker really shined. The only reason I gave the 154cm I rode 4 out of 5 is because it's a bit stiff for my style and size (150lb, 5'9") so the EVO's playfulness is more for me. Otherwise, this boards kicks more ass than Jet Li on a kill-binge.

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5 5

It doesn't butter, but is spreads sweetness all over the hill if you know how to push your own limits. Took the Proto CT154 out on a 6in + day at Canyons in Park City and banged out a few tree lines with more than recorded snow levels, hucked a 15 footer along the way, laid down some deep turns on groomers, and got my fair share of face shots (considering the below-rad snow depth right now) on a steep, north side ridge. The CT has a lot of pop in the tail, but that equates to a stiffer feel overall. While a true park rider can kill a big line effortlessly thanks to the CT's blunted tip and tail and ultralight weight, it's not as forgiving as the EVO. On the other hand, it rides as well switch as regular, with the exception of a slightly shorter edge when you make switch turns. Bottom line, this CT is one you want to show off in public.

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5 5

Team fit isn't too skinny, but definitely slimmer than most jeans and pants I wear. Note the other reviewer who said he went up a size. It's a good idea given this stretchy jean-like cut is slimmer than other pants of similar size. A bit long with the 32in inseam, but overall a really comfortable pant. Thin material should help them breathe well and the Team Pant looks slick with a collared shirt tucked in if you need to step off the board and up the style-meter.

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5 5

Dy-no-mite! The cleanest looking skate shoe that has every graced my foot is actually a tribute to holligan-ism. And since soccer fans and skaters are criminals by nature, I can see entire stadiums of fans celebrating with gangs of skaters ... all sporting the Lakai Manchester. I picked up a pair of the light blue suede (because I never got to see Elvis gyrate) and choose not to skate in them due to the fact they look too damn good.

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5 5

Just the right style for my little grom. We got this for his 1st b-day and it's the style the big dudes wear. Big enough to fit him for a while most likely and soft, not itchy and abrasive. The longer style can fold down in the back, so he's already droppin' ill style while he drools all over the place. Sweetness!

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5 5

I love this lightweight beast! Never Summer's rocker design is a huge improvement from my older, camber stick and my skills started to rise above the plateau I'd hit after the first few hours. This board is the perfect all mountain ride for those who transition from the groomed trails to the steep gnar on a sick pow day. From face shots to steep lines, the Heritage XR bridges the gap between new tech and old-school toughness, just right for bigger riders with mammoth-sized feet.

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4 5

Picked these up as a replacement for Burton Missions (worked well for many seasons) and I'm pretty stoked so far. Pros: super-cush ankle strap, convertible toe strap (wear it as a cap-style or over top of boot), extra dampening under binding, ratchets don't slip as much as Burton. Con: Check, check, check the ankle/toe length adjuster (it's just a clip, not a screw like most brands and mine came undone, which could have been result of stashing in car and the clip inadvertently released)...once again, checking your bindings (any brand) regularly is a good habit. That's it for the not-so-sweet. Other than that, these things are as comfortable as a lounge chair in hell.

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