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Got these for x-mas from my kids after one of our cats decided to pee on my other gloves... No lie the damn thing pee'd on them... Now that I have these I am kinda glad.... Anyway these are legit gloves. Super warm and will keep the digits dry even in the rain. Only 2 gripes... The palms do get a bit soaked in extreme wet conditions and I would like a goggle wipe. other than that for the money these are a great place to put your hands and $60....

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I know I am late to the answer party but for future reference the biggest difference is that the WWW is a rocker snowboard and the Parkstar is a flat base with rocker only at the nose and tail. They will ride differently and the PS is going to be a more stable board overall.... The WWW is going to be more playful with slightly softer flex and more forgiving overall at the sacrifice of stability.

5 5

For the price the 32 lashed is the boot that every manufacturer should be striving to match. Having ridden dozen's of boots from various manufacturers over 20 years my first pair of Thirty Two's are the lashed. Honestly I cannot find anything bad to say about how they feel, and perform when riding! I got a great deal on a colorway that I DO NOT LIKE yet I still refuse to give them up! I considered getting a new pair of Lashed this year (because I hate the colorway) and when I put my boots on for opening day I decided against it. They are like slippers now and I will ride them until they die. Only complaint is I would like to see more durable toe top materials for riding the lift as mine are torn up but otherwise they are the boot by which other's should be measured!

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Amazing goggles even if you wear glasses! Well assuming you are not rocking coke bottle lenses in full size frames.... I wear them with glasses and with contacts and they have never let me down! Durable as hell, never fog, easy lens swap, and a field of vision the kills other goggles! The only potential con is that if you wear a helmet you will want to check and see if they place nice together. They barely rub on my Bern Hard Hat but a slight adjustment fixed that. Those who are looks conscious may not like the large size, I could give a shit about looks as I am a function guy... Regardless these goggles have it where it counts...

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The raiden zero's are a legit bootstrap! Super high quality materials throughout with a perfect fit! They are the first bindings I have had in 20 years of riding that you can spend an entire day strapped in them without any binding pressure point induced fatigue. I thought my Exile EST's felt good until I switched setups and bought the Zero's... I won't be changing them out anytime soon. The only thing you should watch out for is the adjustment strap on the not ratcheting side needs to be watched. I was strapped in and hopping up a a small vertical using my toeside edge to hold traction. I had hit the strap lock and knocked it loose. Not a flaw in design just something to watch out for... Oh and they also fit on the small side and are ever so slightly narrow between the toe strap points... I ride a size 10.5 lashed boot and I had to trim some of the tread away to fit in Medium's. Of course I could have rode larges but I prefer a snug binding boot fit...

Buy these without hesitation.

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3 5

I bought this board as my first rocker setup. I used EXILE est bindings and had the occasion to ride it both in the Midwest as well as several resorts in Utah. The Hero is a very forgiving board but for a seasoned rider it is not confidence inspiring. I never felt comfortable pointing it on larger jumps and in hardpack conditions it's edge hold was less than ideal. It was very playful for small mountain parks and butters for sure and it did give me confidence to learn some new spins, but once they were down and I wanted to take them to bigger features it's soft and inconsistent flex held me back. I was also not impressed with the quality. Having ridden Burton boards for over 20 years My first Hero deck lasted 3 weeks before the board cracked through the core at a core join section near the tail. Burton WAS a rock star as I had a new board in less than a week through the W48 program! The second one did not crack but after one season the base, top sheet, and edges were torn up even with regular maintenance. While this is a good board for people wanting to try out rocker and a newer rider, I would not choose board this if you are riding bigger features or are hard on your gear. I would give it 2.5 stars if that was an option....

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5 5

The Parkstar kills it! I switched to this board based on a friends recommendation and could not be happier. I was previously riding a 2010 Burton Hero and MAN am I glad I switched! The 80% flat base actually lets you TURN and hold an edge with confidence, seriously you can lay it down on this board. The jib rocker also makes it very forgiving! Consistent flex and twin shape kills it in both directions. The Parkstar is super responsive to every input yet not catchy or edgy. The name does it no justice, it should be called the mountain star. For the record I had previously ridden Burton for the past 10 years and I likely won't be back there for a while!

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