I just used them on a very overcast day and they were great. I havent gotten the chance to use them at night but I think that if the trails you are riding are well lit you will be ok, if they are not so well lit id go with what leslie said and get yellow or clears.
I have them and I think they are great for jumps and all mountain, maybe with the exception of backcountry, and only reason I say that is cause I havent gotten the chance to do backcountry with them and I think they MIGHT be a litte to flexible for them, but I could be wrong.
Im 5'11" - 6' around 165, and I got a medium. Shirts fits perfect. Has that nice slim fit look that you want when you are getting a button down like this but with the somewhat what stretchy material you still have a good range of movement. Bottom line - Buy it.
Got these boots after doing alot of boot searching, and Im glad I did. Boots are light weight, comfortable, and stylish. Boot also has just the right amount of flex for me. I also really like the velcro on the inside of the liner, dont have to worry about the tongue sliding around during riding. On top of that I think they looks awesome, I got the black ones. If you are looking for a moderately priced boot you wont go wrong with these, they are worth the money.
Got the tangerine/red ionized 4 or 5 days ago. Goggles look awesome, better in real life than the pictures show. Got to use them for two days this weekend in temps 20 to 35 fahrenheit, second day they were blowing snow. Goggles fit good, have about a medium size face. Red lenses look good during the day, add good definition, and although I havent used them at night I think they would by ok if the trails are well lit, otherwise you might want a yellow lense. Only time they fogged was when I pulled my bandana way up on my nose, and I more or less just did that to see if they would, but I dont know of any goggles that wouldnt fog from that. If you are considering the goggles buy them, you wont regret it.
Just got these gloves in about a week ago. Ordered them because Ive never had or seem 686 gear not perform up to the task. The gloves are nice, good styling, and a perfect fit for me, Id say I have about average (if there is an average) size hands for a 6ft 160lb guy. The gloves have great dexterity but it comes at the cost of warmth. I got to use them for 2 days of snowboarding in 20 to 35 degree weather. The gloves do seem to be well water proofed, fingers didnt get wet at all which is a big upside. The downsize is that the gloves arent as warm as I was hoping. Although my hands didnt get cold they werent exactly warm, but they were good enough for those temps, but at temps below 15 fahrenheit Im guessing they might not be warm enough. Another side note is that even though it says they have a nose wipe they dont. But I dont think its dogfunks fault, I think its 686's cause thats what they have on there site. All in all I think they are good gloves as long as you arent boarding in temps below 10 to 15 fahrenheit.