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I ordered the black & white dress. I wanted to like it- the cut it cute and it's comfy, but I ended up returning it because it's a little see-through. Maybe it would be okay as a cover up.

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5 5

These sunglasses are really lightweight & durable with high quality lenses. I like that I can wear them for day-to-day activities but also for sports (biking, hiking etc.). The purple embellishments are not as fluorescent as they look in the picture, they are a nicer shade which blends in better.

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These bindings are fantastic. After riding the V-Strap for a few seasons, I don't think I could ever go back to traditional (two strap) bindings. It is easy and fast to strap in and out of these. They are super comfortable and keep your feet in place without creating pressure points (no matter how much you ratchet them down). If you're thinking about getting a pair, don't hesitate! They won't let you down.

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I've had a lot of Ride boards in my day (Concept UL, Timeless, Prophet, Crush, Kashmir, Society, Exile etc.), and the Machete is one of my favorites. I'm not a tech-y person (leave that to my husband), but I do know that this board is fun and reliable in every condition. I've ridden it on what Utahns call "ice" (not blue ice like what East Coasters are familiar with), groomers, and in three feet of pow. It handles well in everything. I love its versatility and the fact that it can charge the mountain and carve aggressively but also be playful and fun and float through pow. You can't go wrong with this board.

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I'm not a mitten person because I like the dexterity that gloves provide. The past couple of years I've used the Grenade gloves that have the forefinger separated out from the other fingers.
When I came across these mittens I wasn't sure that I'd like them, but I was pleasantly surprised. They keep my hands warm and dry, and the zipper makes it so convenient to do little things like pull my pass out of my pocket and change the song on my ipod. It's so nice to not have to take my mittens off all the time, and it's great if you like to take pictures while you're riding because your hand stays warm and you don't have to fumble around to push the buttons like you do in a glove or traditional mitten.
I wear wrist guards so I ordered the Outbreak in a large and they fit over them without a problem. There is even enough room to wear liners and wrist guards under them, but I've found that they are toasty enough that it's not really necessary to wear liners.

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I bought this shirt in navy and loved it so much that I got it in green, too. It's a nice layering piece because it's breathable and long enough to stay tucked into my snowboarding pants. The material feels amazing and doesn't pill. I also like the fact that the sleeves are pretty long and loose at the bottom because it adds to the comfort.

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5 5

These pants are great! They are really comfortable, the material is soft and lightweight. I like the fact that they aren't too long or loose at the bottom because (like the description says) they don't bunch up in my boots. I have other tights for snowboarding but wear these all the time and have found the price to be well worth it. I might have to order another pair...

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5 5

I have this jacket in Citrine Yellow and I love it. The quilted stitching and amount of down makes for a flattering (not bulky at all) fit, and the attention to detail makes it stand out from other down jackets. It is versatile in that it can be worn on really cold or warm(ish) days- just layer accordingly and you will be comfortable. I am 5'9" and the medium fits perfectly.

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5 5

I’ve been riding for 11 years and the Concept UL is hands down my favorite board I’ve ever been on. It is stiff, extremely light weight and super fast. From backcountry to park, this board is fun to ride all over the mountain. It floats in the powder, cuts in to the hard pack and pops in the park. This board is aggressive and reliable; it allows you to push your riding because you never have to worry about washing out or chattering. Stuff that you might not land on another board you can stomp on this one. If I never rode another board I would die a happy girl.

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These bindings are amazing! They are lightweight and very responsive. The straps are super comfortable and the Revolver ratchets are great (I know people have had problems with Ride's ratchets in the past, but I think they have them dialed now.) I've ridden everything from Burton Freestyles & Customs to Ride Teams & MIGs, and so far these are my favorite. I'd definitely recommend them!

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Brighton doesn't open until tomorrow, so I haven't had a chance yet to try these pants in the snow. I'm sure when I do though, they'll be great.
I bought the Chocolate Tweed pair and love them! They fit really well and like all 686 gear, they have all the bells and whistles (lots of pockets, zip in lining, a tool etc.) I don't plan on using the lining, and think that they'd be plenty warm either way as they are a bit on the heavier side.

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