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4 5

Well, it's a great shape and design on the board, but don't let the title let you think it's a Surftech. This is a standard Polyester construction board. Still a rad board, but not a Tuflite construction, so pad it up if you're going to travel with it or keep looking for a more durable board.

Four stars for the board itself, minus one for the fact that the description is incorrect.


3 5

Just a heads up to future purchasers, this is not a surftech board. Surftech's construction is tuflite or ultraflex (or something like that) and this is a standard glass on polyester construction. Still looks like an awesome board with the shape and volume, but if you're looking for an actual Surftech board this is not it.


4 5

The headphones have plenty of street swagger for everyone who is concerned with style, and their sound quality is excellent as well. The only reason I'm docking them a star is because the cord is really short. The description says it has an extra-long cord, but mine just had about a 3-4 footer and the adapter, so they aren't so good for anything but your mp3 player unless you want to sit right next to the plug in.


Better than the internet tells you
5 5

There are a lot of reviews out there that poopoo the Contour vs. the GoPro. They are both great cameras, and with the sales currently on this one it's worth the money. The plethora of mounts, durability and ease of use make this your go to camera. The only mount you can't get for the Contour that you have for the GoPro is the chest harness, but that's ok with me. I would recommend getting the lens replacement/add-on kit and then getting a polarizer lens to keep the image from washing out (reduces glare). Also, read up on the forums out there for how to pick your setting. You don't need 1080 unless you are burning bluray discs or only watching on your computer (and you better have a burly computer) otherwise use the 720p 60 frames per second mode, allows you to have super smooth slow mo and capture at dvd quality (dvd's are at 720p). Attached is my camera with the 37mm lens adapter and a polarizer lens, is great on the water, cuts glare out and is really nice for snowy days too.