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5 5

Plenty of space for my size 13 boots, jacket, goggles, and helmet. Separate side shoe pocket is nice. There are a few extra internal pockets too to hold tools, gummy stones, or extra hardware. A great bag to keep all your shred crap in one place...just grab this and your board, and head out the door.

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4 5

These fit great, line up well with my helmet, have a great field of view, and never seem to fog up. My only complaint is that the optics aren't amazing...there is occasionally some glare in certain light conditions. But it's never really bothered me while riding, I mostly notice it on the lift. I still love 'em because I've had really bad problems with a lot of other goggles fogging and these have solved that (extremely annoying) issue. For the price, you can't beat 'em.

The Amber Baker lenses don't exactly look like your traditional chrome lens. The chrome is on the inner lens, which means these have a slightly different look but they are still mirrored. I've used these in everything from socked-in whiteout to bluebird and the lens really does work well for pretty much everything. I'd buy these again for sure.

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5 5

I've tested just about every hybrid camber/rocker profile on the market and in my opinion, Never Summer's R.C. is the best version available. This board is a true all-mountain killer...soft enough to butter and press, poppy enough to boost jumps, and stable enough to straightline through chop. Seriously, the shittiest part about owning this deck is having to go back to my rock board until there's enough snowfall to rip in the woods. It's that good. If you're worried about Never Summer's reputation of building heavy tanks, you'll be pleased to know they've gotten a LOT lighter and snappier in recent years without losing that confidence-inspiring damp stability that makes them so awesome. Buy one.

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5 5

Bought this expecting a wet-noodle jib stick, but it's actually really fun for pretty much any type of freestyle riding. Not my first choice for ice or deep pow, but the QuickRip sidecut is legit and offers much better control than a lot of other rocker boards out there. I actually de-tuned the binding zones where the extra contact points sit because it was almost too grabby at times. Presses super easily, with improved pop over previous Artifacts I've ridden. Perfect park-rat board that's more than capable of riding other stuff too.

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5 5

I'm 6'6" and these are my favorite pants. They fit nice and long...not insanely baggy, just long. It's nice to be able to look like a normal snowboarder instead of Steve Urkel. Good waterproofing, fabric feels mobile and not too crunchy. Awesome shell pant for the price.

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4 5

Never had the problems with the liners coming out the other guy is talking about. Maybe Dakine fixed it? Anyway, these are pretty sick gloves. Warm enough for most days in Utah, plenty waterproof. They aren't the most durable gloves I've ever owned but they've also seen a lot of hard use. Solid for the price.

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4 5

This thing is ridiculously warm. Not kind of warm, like outrageously warm. If you live somewhere where it gets cold as balls, consider this jacket. I can only wear it when it's below 10 degrees, even with just one tech tee underneath. Super waterproof as well. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is one of the snaps on the front flap popped off the first day I ever wore it. Not that big a deal, but a bit of a bummer for a brand-new jacket. Other than that, I love it - fits nice and long and keeps me warm during night riding or really cold days.

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2 5

I love the fit and peripheral vision of the Hawkeyes, but they fog up worse than any other goggles I've ever owned. Fogging has never been a problem for me before, until I bought these. Not to mention the outermost layer of foam is coming unglued after only about 30 days of use. I'm going back to my old Figments until I can find something else, but this might be the last pair of Anons I buy.

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5 5

My only beef with last year's Joystick was that the nose and tail were not as poppy as I would have liked. Well, that, and the fact that I snapped mine. But Burton's warranty came through with the 2011 model, and it's even better than last year's. By no means is this board stiff, but I can definitely tell they added a bit more carbon - I definitely notice a more lively feel when I load up the board, which is nice for avoiding the weird backseat landings that many rocker boards tend to dish out. It's still pretty forgiving and playful, though. Frostbite edges are legit...this thing grips on firm snow as well as any rocker board out there. Super-fun for riding everything from park to pow. This board will make you want to try new tricks all over the place.

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5 5

This shirt is super comfy. As a really tall dude who really likes burritos, I'm forced to wear XXL, which is often way too wide and not quite long enough. This one fits perfect, though. I get a lot of compliments on it, even if half of them are like "I really like your jack-o-lantern shirt!" To which I say "It's a tribute to The Misfits, jerkface. Learn your music history." Man, I sure showed them.

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