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I've been using a Control 158 for about 4 years now. It a solid ride and very sturdy. I am 5'9 and 175lbs and I have found this board to be very fast with wonderful edge control. With little maintenance I have kept it in top shape without having to bring it to a shop. Nothing wrong with the top sheet and the base is still going strong. Its dropped in all types of backcountry in Canada, Nevada, and Alaska!! (shreds the groomers here in Virginina =(
NOT A PARK BOARD!!! I have taken many spills on it attempting rails and jumps. The older model I use has limited pop, super stiff, and pretty hefty. Keep it on the groomers, or better, get into some untracked POW and float away!
I got these gloves when they first came out. So this review is alittle dated but read on.. I have had a great experience with these gloves and really cant complain much about them. They have kept my hands warm and dry for a few seasons. Fortunately enough none of the stitching has come undone. I will say the palm, leather portion, gets wet in the east coast snow and warmer weather. My hand has never gotten wet from it though. I bought them in white and with little to no problem they have stayed white with no washing or extra care!
I think that skiiers might have the best results with this glove because of the grippy surface on the palm and the padding on the backside of the hand. I'm a snowboarder who is very happy with dry warm hands and would reccoment these to anyone.
I got the EC-DC XL's in the Moss tweed/Grey for Christmas. They are awesome. Very comfortable and light so you barely notice you are wearing them. They have a Very sturdy frame and the lens hasn't scratched at all over the past few months.
The moss tweed/grey looks awesome in the sun too!
Buy these if you like sunglasses that have a big frame