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5 5

I am a woman with a big head and a prominent beak yet somehow, a medium-sized face. Therefore, I have a pretty wicked time finding perfect goggles. Smith's fit all my needs! Plenty big enough to fit over my helmet, comfy on my nose and a perfect fit on my face. Good range of view and great styles. They fog up once in awhile when I've got a facemask tucked up into them on super cold days, but I think that's pretty unavoidable with ANY goggles. Up on Hood, we get a lot of mixed-bag days where it will be cloudy, snowing, flat light, then peeks of sunshine...for those days the ignitor mirror lenses are great. For low light/snowy days, red sensor is awesome. Although these are technically a dudes' goggle, I'd totally recommend them for ladies who find women's goggles just a teeny bit too small!

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I was a little surprised by these pants! I have gone through at least 5 pairs of Burton pants and a large fits me perfect EVERY time (5'9" about a size 10-12), but these were too small... not a huge amount too small, but with the sig fit I expect a little gansta sag in my pants and these were super fitted. I'd say the large is commensurate with a size 8 jeans. The color (hot streak) is AWESOME and I exchanged for an XL in the hopes that they fit because they're really cute and I love gore-tex. I'll revise my review when the XL's come in if they're a better fit!

** UPDATE: the XL's fit great! So strange that all of their other pants seem so consistently sized, but as long as I found a good fit, I'm stoked.

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3 5

It's a really cute hoodie and I love the length and details, but it has two problems which were a deal-breaker for me. One: sleeves were too short. I have pretty long arms (5'9" and lanky) and the sleeves on this came to my wrist bones. Two: the buttons on the flap over the zipper are way cute, but there's no way in hell I'm going to zip up a hoodie and then button five buttons every time I put it on... they should have been faux buttons, maybe, with a velcro or magnet closure for the flap. Bottom line: sleeves to short, user to lazy to button up a hoodie!

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4 5

Just cold! I'm so stoked I finally shelled out for the Gore-Tex and found a pair of pants I can park my butt in the snow in without fear of swampass. Also, they are a really good more technically-oriented pant.... I love the articulated knees for hiking and they look steezy but have a pretty tailored fit so they're great for long treks if you're earning your turns. A teeny bit of stretch, too, which helps with move-ability. I pretty much always wear a large in Burton pants and they fit very well just like the rest of their pants that I have (5'9" usually a 10 or 12 pants). My only two complaints... the elastic around the boot gaiters is pretty tight and tough to get over boots AND (this is a big one) the thigh vents don't have any mesh! It SAYS mesh-lined inseam but there is no mesh on mine... even my bottom of the line Burton pants have mesh so I was reeeaaaally expecting that on these. That aside, I do love them.

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5 5

I bought this in the python print and get tons of compliments every time I wear this hoodie. It's rad for spring days on the mountain when you need something just a little toasty and a little water-resistant. I got an XL so it would fit baggy, but normally I wear an L (5'9" usually about a 10-12 with longass monkey arms). I think the L would have fit fine but I wanted some sag on this one and it's perfect. The built-in neck gaiter is a cool idea but is largely useless unless you'd like to be in a choke-hold by your jacket. Not taking any stars away for that, though, since I didn't even know that was a feature until it arrived. Overall, love love love it :)

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4 5

I love Dakine luggage. I have the Over/Under for short trips and purchased the Split Roller because I travel for work and often parlay that into weekend camping trips if I get sent somewhere cool. I can fit all of my work clothes for 4 days of dressing like a corporate desk-jockey PLUS an entire weekend's worth of camping gear PLUS my big camera tripod into this beast! We're talking tent, down sleeping bag, sleeping pad, pillow, cooking gear, work clothes, camping clothes, some camera junk... I mean you could seriously fit ME into this thing if you tried. I have underpacked, packed, and wildly overpacked this thing and it hasn't done me wrong yet! I will say, however, that it gets VERY unwieldy when fully packed (as in I needed boyfriend to help me get it into the trunk) and it's pretty easy to go over the 50lb airline limit with this behemoth. If I had to purchase again, I might get the 4000cu in just because of that. That said, I do love it because of the amount of junk you can cram into it! One star off because the time I had it filled with 70lbs of stuff the wheels were dragging/sticking a tad, but that might have been my fault for filling it with books...

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