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3 5

These are my first board pants, so I have nothing to compare them to.

I'm impressed by the quality and construction. I've ridden in them about 30 days and they're holding up well. I love the way they look and fit - the styling is phat...the absolute definition of "cargo".

Gaiters work perfectly even in deeep powder days.

On the con side: These are the lower end Sessions and only have a 5k water repellent rating...o.k. on usual sunny west coast days, but not that great on wetter, snowing days. 8k breathability can get chilly on stormy days, too.

These don't have the loop seen on other brands that attaches to back of your jacket, but I guess you could just sew your own in. They do, however, have crotch venting, which is totally welcome in spring.

Definitely a good choice for a beginner snowboard pant and/or a spring session pant. I 'm going to move up to the 10k series and keep these as a backup (BTW I have a 34 waist and wear a medium in these pants).


4 5

nice park bindings. They have plenty of flex, more adjustability than most bindings, the best ankle padding I've ever had, good toe strap system, metal ratchets and sick looks at a relatively low price. Unfortunately, the plastic ladders feel a bit thin/brittle, the disk covers are screw down instead of snap on and you have to completely unhook the toe strap to get your foot out (on Salomon bindings, you loosen but they stay hooked and just fall out of the way). Rome acknowledged my warranty card by sending me a big die-cut logo sticker...sweet.


3 5

Lots of cool features, decent materials and well stitched, but the the form on these things is too universal. The shell is about as form fitting as an oven mitt and the pipe glove/liner is snug in the fingers but all balloony in the palm and wrist. I disagree with the other reviewer - I would order these particular gloves larger than usual. Dakine's sizing chart is inaccurate - it told me Large, then I had to reorder XL which fit better. Maybe their next model up (Gore -Tex) is a better fit.