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Its a good comfortable binding although the "capstrap" doesn't work too well for me. So I just bought the Burton Ultra caps and they fit onto the Tech's wonderfully and are more effective. Overall, not a bad binding, just you may have to adjust your toe strap mid mountain as it tends to come off your toe
Had troubles with the cap strap on the Technine Pro street bindings, they wouldn't stay on my toes. Bought the new burton version and fits like a charm on my bindings even though they aren't Burton. Feels great on the mtns. If you are going to buy these for a non burton binding, check and see if they will fit your previous straps cuz I've had friends not fit on their bindings
Sick jacket, tons of pockets, runs big. I'm 6 2" and got a large and its pretty baggy, but looks sweet on. Warm and very dry, the only thing is there is no pass pocket which blows, but it doesn't take anything away from this jacket.
Ride the Colorado Mtns, and these gloves do an amazing job keepin my hands warm when its 15 degrees, and in the spring, breathes so my hands aren't drenched with sweat. The only small problem is after a couple of times of running your hand through the snow trying to catch yourself, some of the grip wears off. But that would not keep me from getting these gloves again, best gloves I have had.
These gloves are sweet, I ride the Colorado powder and the gloves never got wet, maybe a bit damp in the spring, but I never felt it. Also kept my hands warm in weather as cold as 15 degrees. These gloves are definitely worth it, I love em, and the six finger is sweet