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5 5

I love these pants. The waterproof rating is spot on; run it under a sink, step in a puddle, anything, and you're dry. The warmth rating is amazing; I'll only have to wear some thermals, if that.

The color is actually my favorite part about the pants. I bought the Blaze Leaf Maze color, and it's BRIGHT! It's pretty much hunter-orange. Perfect, because I wanted some obnoxious pants! Get 'em if you want great pants at a cheap price!

Thanks, BC for the help.

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I bought this pack for sidecountry/resort riding, and it's good enough for the job I give it. I don't require any real avalanche safety in my pack, but I keep spare gloves, goggles, a beanie, some food, a board lock, and an insulated hydration bladder in it. It's held up just fine. It's big and sturdy enough to hold your board for a hike, but small enough to sit on the lift comfortably.

CONS: Mine didn't come with a fleece-lined pocket... bummer. Also, the material isn't the strongest, so I keep it light when packing supplies.

OVERALL: Good enough for occasional side/backcountry, great for resort.

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I've been wanting to pick up a good pack for sidecountry/resort usage, and I've found a 16L in a local sporting goods store much like this one, with a hydration bladder. The only thing is, I'm not positive it's waterproofed well enough, and the bladder doesn't seem to be freeze-proof.

So is it a horrible idea to get a cheaper version of this pack with a bladder that's not freeze-proof? Or should I chuck up the cash for this one that I know will work in all conditions? Thanks guys

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It will obviously be a good big-mtn board, but because you're on the smaller side, it will be a little harder to handle in groomed or thin conditions. If you really like the board, though, you'll adapt to turning harder, and it will be a more enjoyable ride. I got a board a bit larger than I wanted, but use it for powder more, and turning with every bit of my heart and soul is just an awesome feeling! Lol, good luck man

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The Bad Lieutenant fits really well, keeps your head warm, keeps you safe, and looks good on the mtn. You don't get that "my head is huge" look either. And with an audio option, it gets even better. What more do you want from a helmet? Oh, ventilation... That's a negative. Oh well, if your head sweats, take it off. Works fine for me! Good overall, get one.

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It depends on how much powder you plan on riding in contrast to park riding. This board will be good for a developing park rider, but if you're more all-mountain oriented, or more powder specific, this board won't cut it where you're going.

Either way, if you want powder, a longer board will be better; the 155's a good idea. As far as this board's performance in the powder... that may be shaky.