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3 5

I bought a brand new board and put 4 of the black ones on, one of them fell off probably a few runs into the day. They are pricey and if you can I'd try something else. I did use a hairdryer and made sure they were on there good.


4 5

Although I've only taken one trip to Jay Peak on a bus with this bag, it's pretty rugged and constructed well. It holds a ton, I ride a 159 Lib Tech and got the 162 Majestic Black Plaid and I didn't have a problem with putting all my gear (plus swimsuit, and off mtn wear) in there for 3 days. I sort of wish it had pockets on the outside for the boots but it's really not an issue for me. The wheels come in HANDY especially if you fully load it and don't want to lug that thing all around the airport, etc. I plan on using this for 10 yrs so it better last!


4 5

I measured my hands and I am 6.5 inches, but the mediums were too big so I returned them for a small and they fit perfectly. I wanted to use these as all around gloves and didn't want them to be loose. They are very sticky and work for all activities, except for cell phone usage. Should be good in the pipe too. They are spring gloves and would not be adequate in cold weather.


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On the shovel itself it has two holes, one on each side of the shovel. I am wondering what these are for. I could imagine they could be used to fasten the shovel to a backpack, etc. For example, picture the letter U, where U is the shovel. At the top of each side of the U there is a hole. What is this for? Actually, you can see the holes on the picture above.

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