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I bought this on sale, & I'm glad I didn't pay anymore for it. Made from a really low quality fabric; after first time wearing it I can see lint balls forming under the arms and sides. Haven't washed it but I can tell it will look worn out sooner than it should. So, I'm glad I didn't pay more than $23 bucks fort this sweatshirt. Other than that flaw, it is really cute fit. Hopefully BR will use better quality fabrics since I do like their feminine products aimed for those of us who love snowboarding.
How thick and heavy is the fabric of this hoodie?
Great style and nice shape but fits weird, I'm 5'5" 137 lbs and bought Large. The crotch seam is too short (these pants are low rise fit) and around knees pants are very narrow. I don't think could wear more than 1 pair of long johns on extra cold days because it would be extremely tight and uncomfortable by knees and thighs even though I'm average weight. I have to wear a belt because waist is too big around for me. Medium were too small and short. Waterproof works great, good quality product but might return pants. Betty Rides Manufacturer just needs to get their sizing and fit dialed in but I think its a flaw they could easily fix on this product, other than weird fit pants would be great.
These pants are definetly not for cold, snowy days, & waterproofing is not very strong either. Great for warm spring days, Nice smlit feminine fit. Pockets zipper broke after wearing for 1 season.
Blue Ionized Lense actually work really good at night time in my opinion they worked better than yellow. For sunny days blue ionized is a bit too bright specially if you have sensitive eyes, I used that lense all last season in all kinds of conditions & they worked fine if you are not picky. This lense color works great for cloudy, snowy & night time.
The only down side to these lenses is that you have to be extra careful since they scratch really easily (more than other brands or other dragon models) & are real expensive to replace.
If you are looking for quality sound I would not recommend these.
They worked good for riding though, still work even after getting them wet with snow. Sounds Quality is not so great. (Matix headphones have better sound quality)
If you are looking for a warm beanie this will work, fleece headband liner. Nice fit & pattern. Lint from beanies got in my eyes a few times but that might get better after a few washes. Will fit nicely on small sizes if you wear small or kid's size hats. Pom pom IS oversized.
I had to return this beanie, it was way way too big, I have a small head and most beanies are big on me, this one was beyond big fit. Super slouchy, was made from slick fabric that slips off from hair. Unless you have a big head or like that super slouchy look don't go for this hat. Color was nice & bright.
This board was made specifically for park rats. This board is so much fun in the park & jumps but also rides well in powder and free riding.
Extra responsive poppiness for ollieing.
Mid-Soft Flex doesn't wash out when riding at fast speeds or on slushy conditions like my GNU B-nice did.
Makes learning how to spin of jumps easy.
I'm 5'5" - 135 lbs and bought the 148cm; I think I could've even gone as small as 146 cm without feeling like it was too small for park.
The graphic on this board is the ugliest one I've ever owned but who cares, this board rips.
Super warm, soft linner but too narrow (width). I had to return them though cause my hands didn't have enough room for my fingers to move around and my hands would cramp up eventhough I had the right size.
So far I'm very happy with these bindings. Super comfortable. Footbeds and Straps seemed to have extra cushion compared to past models.
Responsive, nice mid-flex, made with strong long lasting materials, very comfortable (even after the 1st time I rode'em) I like the extra thickness of the cushion footbeds it helps take a lot of the impact when landing.
These bindings work well in all types of terrains and conditions.
This is the 3 pair of Drake's I've owned and by far the best compared to past models.
Bindings usually last me about 300 days on snow, the only thing I replace once ot twice per season are the straps and buckles, but usually you can buy those for couple of $.
First time lacing on the boots one side broke, so I sent them back, it's too bad beacause they are really comfortable, nice flex not too soft not stiff, good ankle support for all the different types of terrain and conditions.
I bought last year's model and same thing happened with the lace but got 'em fixed and have been riding those boots for a whole season now (100+ days) so it's time to buy new boots.
I've had DC's, thirtytwo's, Nike, Burton and these have been my favorite boots so far so I'm really hoping for Rome to fix this flaw.
I was wondering, what else do you need to buy for the setup besides the skins? and would this board be ok for a woman's profile the boards width?
what's the lenght of this sweatshirt, is it a tunic style hoodie?