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Perfect for days that aren't freezing, the length is great, it covers my boots and then some (i'm only 5'5" though) the cargo pockets'll easily fit a pair of gloves, or a 16 oz. flask no problem to keep you warm on those colder days. They've got linkzip jacket to pant interface; and the stash pocket's a little small to do much with, but the other six huge pockets make that okay. The snaps in the bottoms of the pants keep you from shredding them in the parking lot or during an urban session.
the only way water's getting into these baby's is through your vents, these pants'll treat you well.
I recommend using Nikwax Tech Wash and TX Direct; Burton gear's awesome, keep it that way
i got this bag from dogfunk last year, it made it from japan to san diego and back twice, i wheeled it nearly a mile in downtown SD, and its helping me move into my new place right now; it should fit everything you're trying to move (don't know why you'd be moving anything bigger). awesome thing about it splitting like that, you can live out of it like a small foot locker instead of having to un-pack all your stuff if you're moving around alot. i've heard about some dakine stuff not having the quality it should, but that hasn't been the case for my bag. the outside pockets are kinda small and not really too usefull, but i guess they're a plus if you ever use them; at least it doesn't take any functionality out of the bag; thanks to it's size i'd say it's the most useful for long trips, yeah, i recommend it
i'm not really sure why these goggles are rated so high, they actually looked kind of cheap (sloppy plastic molding). i loaned mine to a buddy, third run of the day, he landed on his face and they just broke, the only thing holding the hinges to the frame is a weak piece of plastic; I also have a pair of Spy Targa II's and they're alot nicer, the periferal vision's a little better and they seem to be built better;
these goggles aren't half bad, they look good, hold up to my abuse, and best of all, i've never seen fog on the lenses;
they seem to be built okay for being just plastic, the rubber behind the strap is nice, and they're all kinds of flexible, if you can get a good deal on them i'd say jump on it
i love these boots, the sizing charts were dead on; these boots are the most comfortable ones i've ever worn; they loosen up a little after my first run just cause my feet haven't settled into them yet, so i tighten them and then never have to touch them for the rest of the day, they get great traction and keep my feet toasty (coupled with burton socks) i never got them heat molded and they molded nicely to my feet after just a few days riding; my only regret is that i didn't shell out more money and go for some higher end thirtytwo boots, if these ones are this nice, i can't imagine how nice their higher end boots are.
Only downside, they've got a pretty good size footprint, but they still fit into bindings
(8.5's fit great in medium cartels)
(Update, i got a little too drunk on a trip and lost one boot in Nagano, so i've got my sights set on the Circuit Boa now)
these shorts are nice and long, which is great if you're not a big fan of showing off your legs; and as an added bonus you wont be showing everyone your junk if you happen to get too drunk to notice what you're doing;
they're built pretty tough too, i've climbed 3 palm trees with em, and i got stranded on a bouy half way between managaha island and saipan at 8 at night;
they'll take whatever you can throw at em
this is definitely the warmest hoodie i've ever had; i didn't pay attention when i bought this and got a medium even though volcom makes things kinda' big; i'm kicking myself for it, but whatever, i'll just buy another one in small.
cons: it doesn't block wind (did you expect a hoodie to?) and it only has the two hand pockets.
if you're looking for a warm hoodie, buy it, trust me
Without even mentioning the mountain, it definitely stands up to japan's bad weather, constant rain, and downright nasty wind. when you zip up all the way the micro fleece's soft and warm on your face; i hate to say it, but dogfunk's wrong on a couple things, this IS zip in compatable with other burton pants, and as for pockets, 2 hand, 3 cargo, 2 chest, 1 pass, and 3 internal including a media pocket that you can access from the inside or out.
i'm short so the extra length doesn't do much for me in the arms, unless i close up the wrists a bit i feel like a little kid, but the length everywhere else just helps it look badass, i get complements everywhere with this jacket,
my only complaint (and i mean only), no insulation, but the site says that, i didn't expect insulation, and i just fix that with a good base layer.
now on the mountain... wow;
it survived my painful learning phase without a scratch, and continues to beat down the elements.
I recommend Nikwax Tech Wash and TX Direct to keep it goin' strong as long as it's in one piece