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I have lots of foot pain (under the arch, outside of the foot). I've gone through iteration after iteration of boots and bindings and have settled on the Ride Rodeo (formerly the Ride Delta MVMT). The hollowed out ankle strap directs the pressure back against my leg instead of down on the top of my foot, and the canted footbeds (you can order up to 5-degree 'wedgies' as the El Hefe footbeds fit this model) direct riding pressure more towards the bottom of my foot instead of towards the outer edge of my foot. The combination relieves the most (but not all) of my foot pain, which makes riding even possible in the first place. If they ever discontinue this model I'm screwed!
My nephew found this in a ski resort gift shop. It's the perfect neck warmer for me because it's big and soft enough to sit on my neck without constricting, easy to flip up and down when needed, provides just enough protection to take the bite off but not so much that I sweat underneath. If you're someone who's always cold, wears many layers and just can't seem to stay warm this is NOT the warmer for you. If you're someone who is generally comfortable in most conditions then this may be the perfect accessory.
Includes all the features you expect from Burton (lots of pockets, sig fit, pit zips) in a mid-weight shell. I'm a guy that doesn't get cold very often (read: sweats easily) so for spring conditions (around 45+ degrees F) I just need a base layer and this jacket. Haven't tried it for full-on Sierra winter (around 10+ degrees to 30+) but I will need to add layers. I always add extra zipper pulls so I can easily grab them with my gloves on, but this jacket doesn't have holes in the zipper pulls so I'm stuck with the basic pulls (about an inch) instead of extending them to a full few inches - this is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.