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Because of the thin metal band, these fit so well under any helmet. Completely non-invasive, and they don't put any uncomfortable pressure on any part of your skull.
Their modern update of a throwback design is dope as well.
The sound is great, too. Can hear your music perfectly, but open-air enough to hear some outside sounds, like your buddies shouting at you. To me, the best of both worlds
This board is amazing. Good pop, great edge hold, digging the c2btx. Got the 161.5 pointy, wanted to go long for pow, but still use it for all mountain. Never questioned its ability on groomers and jumps, but I've just now been able to test the float the last couple days with these Colorado storms, and so far it's killed it. Quite a bit heavier than I expected, but that really hasn't bothered me at all.
Won this snowboard at a video premier this year in October - the 159. I had purchased a T.Rice 161.5 in September, so I thought I wouldn't be using the Man's Boards much. Colorado's early season hasn't been anything great so I decided to try it out. Love this board. Incredibly light, super poppy, does well in every area. Build for speed and jumps. Now I have two boards that I love... rough life.