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I had no idea I had a smallish face until I tried these on and they fit perfectly. I have tried so many goggles, but really wanted a pair with the sensor lens for snowy conditions (my other goggles are Oakley A-Frames with polarized VR28 lenses, which fit well and are completely flush with my GIRO G10 helmet and did not fog AT ALL in all sorts of conditions) because I found it hard to see with my A-Frames when weather took a turn for the worse. I tried Electric EG-1s and they pinched my nose considerably - enough for me to return them. These I/OS's do nothing of the sort, and allow me to see so much.
The only thing wrong is, they did fog up on me while my A-Frames never did, even with balaclava on. But it wasn't *too* bad - nothing that I couldn't deal with (and the fog dissipated pretty quickly). Also, I changed the lenses out during lunch and somehow didn't snap in the nose part correctly and snow flew into my goggle, but that's my fault.
All in all, glad I found these on tramdock. I think they're a keeper. The ignitor mirror is a great mirror - can't see my eyes AT ALL in all the pics I took. And the sensor mirror is every bit as awesome as people have said in snowy conditions - I put them on and everything was suddenly enhanced.
I tried on the 2010 DC Mora's for size at Sport Chalet and could not believe how little heel lift there was. I ran home and bought the 2009 right away (since they were on sale). When I got them however, I realized that it was a completely different boot. The lining was made of a different material, and because there is an air bladder (that does not seem to work on my boots) there are a bunch of pressure points that really stress out my feet on the mountain. Also, I tested the boots at home and my heels were lifting, even though the exact same size in the 2010 model gave me zero heel lift.
Overall, I like the BOA system, but that is probably the only thing I like about this boot. I also have to adjust my bindings because this boot is so short.
I got these Degree pants in olive night in a S. I'm 5'6 125 lbs and not only do these pants fit well (there are velcro tabs on the inside of the waist to adjust the size) I don't feel like they are short at all. There are pull tabs inside the pockets so that you can pull the pants up (if you wanted to keep them from dragging on the ground or something).
I've worn these pants 4 times on the slopes now, and as an absolute beginner, you know I was on my butt a LOT. These pants kept me nice and dry (the tag says 10k waterproof rating). I hope they stay that way, because I am definitely still learning!
Thanks Tram for such a great deal!