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5 5

This jacket rules! I use it everyday for touring on my split-board! I tour 4-5 days every week... (Who wouldn't if they lived in SLC and worked nights?) It is light, packable, super breathable and waterproof! The sleeves are the right length, so when you reach down to buckle your straps the sleeves don't ride up past your wrists... The collar is not so big as to let in an airflow of blower during white rooms, but small enough to keep your face warm while allowing movement... The skirt is the right size too, and will zip in to your Burton pants! I just can't say enough about this jacket!

The Best...

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Great layering piece for those really, really cold days, or great to wear around town on a snowy day... Thumb holes in the sleves... GENIUS!... In my opinion this jacket offers extreme warmth for how light and small it packs down to.......Pit zips to boot!!! AK Stuff is the BEST!

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This shovel is awesome.... It is almost one of the lightest shovels out there... But still has a telescoping handle... It's blade is small and it just doesn't take up that much space in the old pack.... In my quest to lighten my winter pack this is one of the items that allowed my to drop 6lbs off my back!!!

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So these are the only real choice for your splitboard kit. The problem is is that they are missing some key features that our ski touring buddies enjoy! Here's a little guide to make your days touring on you split much more enjoyable and hassle free....

1. When out in the BC don't store your skins with glue on glue... These suckers are tough to pull apart when cold and sometimes almost impossible, the cheat sheets work okay, but it's one more thing to have to mess with... Instead ROLL you skins up! Nap on the glue... They will unroll like magic at the top of your next run and there will be no glue on your skins! When your at home in normal temps DO make sure to store your skins glue on glue, but at home in room temps pulling them apart to skin up before heading out for the day is relatively easy...

2. Tail clips! If you do multiple transitions in a day there is nothing worse than getting snow on the tails of your skins and having them not stick so well anymore, especially if you're doing some steep accents... Ski tail clips don't really work with the offset and curved tail of a split board... The SIMPLE, FOOL PROOF method is this! Go buy 2ft of 1 or 2mm shock cord... Punch a hole through your skins... This is a little harder than you may think, a big nail heated up with a lighter or torch does the job the best, run the cord through the hole and tie it off, then loop them over your tail clip hardware! I've never had these pop off during a day of touring (although my skier buddies have their clips pop off all the time)... I have never had the hole rip/tear or even get bigger there is nothing to worry about... You already have holes on your skins that hold up just fine with your nose clips!

These two tricks will make your days in the BC on your split much more hassle free...See my picture for a visual of these tricks!

The obvious choice, okay out of the box, with some mods and secrets PERFECT!

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5 5

If you want to take the time to learn how to use this, it is the best beacon you can buy! The longest distance that I know of... You just need to be prudent in learning and seasonal practice runs! I have one that I purchased in 1994 that is still rolling strong and I wear when I lend friends my Pieps!

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5 5

Awesome & bomb proof! These bibs rock! The fit is nice and relaxed, not tight and not baggy. The suspenders do their job, have plenty of adjustment and stay on your shoulders unlike so many other bibs i've had. The high top/bib keeps snow from going down your drawers, the pockets are roomy and well placed so you can get to them with your jacket on with ease. The side zip and thigh vents dump heat perfectly! When and if these wear out I will be getting another pair with no hesitation!

A Backcountry riders necessity!

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5 5

I spend most days touring on my splitboard in the Wasatch.... These boots are great! They are a narrower fit so they probably won't be that great if you have tree stumps for feet. For us with normal to narrow feet these fit awesome! For touring on a split I can keep the boots lose while hiking and then when it's time to make a run, crank down the boots WITH my gloves ON! Then at the end of my run (or going into the lodge on resort days) just pull the knob and bam! Nice and loose just like that, for walking around in! DC's fit and shell size has gotten consistently better the last few years and these are the first boots I've owned in 10 years that weren't Salomon as their fit and shell size was industry leading for years. I wear sz 10.5 street shoes and ride sz 10 in these boots comfortably.

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5 5

Salomon makes THE BEST snowboard bindings! They are comfy, light and most importantly don't break ever! The fast fit toe strap is always out of the way when you're buckling in, you will never accidently step on your to strap ladder and break it with these bindings, the ratchets never break either.... I have a pair with over 200 days on them and they are like new! There is a reason Burton dealers have that huge binding parts kit behind the counter, their binding components break! Salomon doesn't have a parts kit for dealers because their dealers rarely, if ever, need to repair the Salomon bindings they sell. I sold both brands for years so this is from factual experience, not an opinion!

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