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I ordered a pair of these late last season to have something a little lighter for spring boarding, and I opted to give Celtek a try because they had some pretty cool looking graphics, and I liked that they were waterproof.
The second time up, doing nothing out of the ordinary (a few grabs perhaps) the stitching in both gloves near the thumb began to come loose, and one of the gloves completely separated from itself causing the inner foam to spill out.
Furthermore, the contact application on Celtek's website was not functional, nor was it running a few months later, so I had no way to notify or ask Celtek questions about the gloves falling apart.
I would not recommend these to anyone.
Just got this to cope with falling temps on the bike ride to work, and to get ready for the snowboard season. It is warm as hell, and not so bulky that it is a pain to stuff in a backpack. The only downside to this otherwise flawless hoodie is that the sleeves are really narrow. I could not get them over a long sleeve work shirt. With a base layer and/or a t-shirt it is fine, but anything bulkier and your arms feel immobilized.
Just bought these goggles. Great field of vision, look awesome, but they didn't fit quite right. These could be great for someone else though.The strap is not very long, and the cinch in the back is bulky and doesn't fit well under a helmet clip. Also, with a helmet the nose piece got pushed down and blocked off my breathing through the nose. Overall, they don't seem to work with a helmet well.Without a helmet, they function much better. The short strap doesn't really matter unless your head is enormous, and there is less downward pressure on the nose piece.Bottom line, great goggles, unless you wear a helmet.