Sadly, I live in Germany wiht very few ski resorts within a range of a 5 hour drive.
Started boarding when I was around nine years old and never stopped lovin' the sport. In 2007 I went to Alaska as an exchange Student, which is where I also bought my new equipment. Ever since I try to go boarding indoors as often as possible and try to progress even though I rarely get to ride real mountains.
is what this belt is. It has every tool you need to take your skateboard apart and put it back together, so you dont have to abort a skate session just because you cant get the trucks off of your broken deck. I really dig the material aswell, haven't worn it for too long, but it seems like this belt is build to last.
So overall the most useful belt I have ever bought.
I bought the plaid green ones and they are just amazing. They fit really well and are not too big - like those Oakley A-frames(my opinion). Also they are very comfortable to wear and they just look cool. The bonus lens that comes with this goggle is a good thing too, although I haven't figured out how to change the lenses yet. :)
I rode this board for the first time yesterday and I have to say that it's just a really cool board. Once I got used to it, it was very stable. It also has a nice flex. Not too soft, not too hard. I am really glad that I bought it.
These bindings are the best bindings I have ever had. Comfort and High Performance combined. I like the toecaps too; they keep your foot right where it should be. All this makes it easier for you to focus on the upcoming jump, cliff or whatever.