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3 5

So this thing does what it says. It dries quick and it's warm. I've also noticed that it's so thick that it pretty much blocks the wind. I use it hiking, biking, and as a base layer (it's long enough that it will hang below most jackets). I've also used it as an outer layer in the spring. Three stars because I wish it had a little bit of stretch, which would make it a LOT more comfortable. Also, it has a boyish cut (straight up and down, which means tight on the chest and hips and loose in the waist for us ladies...).

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4 5

I have had these pants for about 6 months. I recently fell in love with them. They are very lightweight, and cover about half of my knee (I'm 5'5") - so I rarely use them when snowboarding unless it's really warm. But... I sleep in them all the time. And now I use them a lot for hiking and bouldering. And fyi - they are so light, that I wore them out in the sun for a few hours and got a tan right through them... I gave them 4 stars cause I wish they were a tad longer and a tad thicker.

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4 5

These pants are baggy! Loose and long. The tech is good - water beads right off. They are not really the best at cutting the wind and if you use them on a really cold day you will need some heavy layers (at least there's plenty of room).

The grass stain is a mustard green color. The black and the grass stain have a subtle pattern on them. I think it's fine on the grass stain - but it looks kind of cheap on the black.

The satin lining is awesome - makes movement really smooth...

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4 5

AK cant be beat. Waterproof - windproof - breathable. It's great quality. And this years model is at least a few inches longer than previous years. And I would argue it fits bigger than previous year models - which is nice. Not sure who Burton is making these jackets for - but I think they fit awkwardly on almost everyone that I have seen wearing them (except for the least curvy of girls).

AK lasts forever - so get a color that you can live with for a long time.

The olive is a little brighter than it looks in the picture.

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3 5

I'm a big fan of AK and the description on this glove sounded good - so I thought I would give it a go. As promised, the AK performance (waterproof/breathability) will not let you down. But the dual chamber fleece liner is kind of weird. I had high hopes for it - but I wouldn't describe the outer sleeve as offering any more dexterity than you would have otherwise. I dont think that is is "dexterous" enough to mess with jacket zippers... That said, the warmer compartment, is quite warm.

The glove cuff is very low profile and goes under jacket sleeves easily which is nice.

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4 5

FYI - for anyone that has these boots - I have had mine for a year (about 60 days on them - including touring). I have always had a problem with my feet going numb when my bindings are tight. If I'm just walking around, they're fine - obviously this is a problem. I finally figured out that it was the soles. They don't offer enough support - so when the bindings are tight, my foot was flattened out. I bought some super feet and took out the Burton soles. It's like a whole new boot. The pain and foot cramping is gone and it stopped my heel slipping issues too. I love these boots - they're awesome. But I would highly recommend switching out the soles.

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I have last years C2btx - it is virtually the same as this years. It isn't completely effortless in powder - but it floats nicely (no back leg burn). It's great in the trees. This board is quick edge to edge - so whipping through trees is fun. This board is SUPER responsive - almost to the point of unforgiving. And you will appreciate the magnetraction on dust on crust days... I have not noticed any chatter - ever (the c2 shape pretty much eliminates chatter). But if you're regularly going 45-50 mph - then you may want something A LOT stiffer than this.

5 5

I am on my second Maze (the first one saved my life when I hit some rocks in a remote area of Chile over the summer). I considered going back to the Holt - but I returned it. You just cant beat this helmet! It's light, comfortable, and fits great.

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5 5

I think Cilla is totally onto something with the waterproof band. Not only does it keep snow from going up your jacket/down your pants - but it also adds a little warmth and adds great style. This top is the best. It is warm - yet moisture wicking. The hood is awesome and the draw string at the bottom is nice too. At the end of the day, pair this with some leggings... I'm quickly phasing out all my old base layers and replacing them with Cilla. Love it!

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