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5 5

I love these! Great in slush, hard pack, and powder. The heel lift is awesome for going up steep slopes and they are lightweight for throwing on your pack on the way down. I've beaten them up pretty good and they have held their own. The plastic gets dinged up, but no cracks and the straps are very durable. They are still ready for another season.

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5 5

Excellent for layering in the mountains. Very comfortable, breathable material that adds extra warmth when you need it. Perfect to throw in your pack for hikes and pull out when you stop, or when things get colder than expected. And I am a huge fan of the thumb holes for throwing on the next layer

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4 5

Simple, all black skate shoe. Very comfortable. The only reason I'm not giving it five stars is because the sole is not removable and I usually lift it up and tuck my laces down there out of the way. Had to get creative this time around and it's a bit of a nuisance

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5 5

I just started gym and outdoor climbing, and these are perfect for me. I got them at a steal of a price, I've taken them outdoors and indoors and they seem extremely durable. And I don't have the serious stank problem others have mentioned. These do run small though (even smaller than climbing shoes are supposed to), I wear a size 10 normally but bought a 11.5. They fit nice and tight. Highly recommend these to any beginner who doesn't want to destroy their bank account

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5 5

Yes, it's a thinner base layer but warm for its weight. I wear heavier jackets snowboarding so this is the perfect base layer on those very cold days. I also own two cause there are great shirts to wear around town on cool spring and fall days. Super comfortable. Hugs the body tight and fits true to size for a base layer

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over three years since your question, but I hope this helps anyone specifically looking into the Nitro Swindle. I'm 5' 10" and weight 160lbs and rode a 152cm Nitro Swindle. It's a little stiff, the board was certainly small for my height and weight. It snapped when landing tail heavy. Keep that in mind when looking at boards with less flex...don't go too small. However, I currently own a Rome Artifact 153cm and it's rocker design gives me the flex I need when I land tail heavy, plus I can still have a short board that's easy to control. Hopefully this info helps someone...

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