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Basically the NXTs and the other top Flow models are ligher and offer faster set up and adjustment. The Flites have 2 mini-ratchets on the inner straps and "normal" ladder guides on the outer. Whereas the higher models have 4 mini-ratchets. There are also toolless forward lean adjustment on the higher end models, too. Basically you need fewer tools and less time to set up the NXTs and they are lighter.

Unfortunately after ordering the boots, I discovered a very painful pressure point on the inside of my foot at the top of my ankle bone. The bottom cinch of the liner's lacing system is right where the foot bends at the ankle. I tried everything but every time I laced up it caused bad pain. Great looking boot and otherwise very comfortable. Just couldn't deal with that issue.

I'm learning that sizing is way different when it comes to boot model, let alone boot brands. So, with that being said, how true to size does the 2012 Hi-Standard fit? I've read it's about a half size smaller. Can someone please confirm or provide some details on the size? I normally wear an 8 1/2 to 9 size shoe. Thanks in advance for any tips.

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I normally buy size XL in my hoodies with no issues with size, but this one was another story. Looks and feels like someone swapped a size medium and put an XL tag on it. I have 6-8 other full zip hoodies in size XL and all of them fit with plenty of room. This one is being returned for sure. Very disappointed.


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Couldn't wait to get this mask. I was sorely disappointed after trying it on with my other gear. They use velcro to close the mask in the back, which is all well and good. However, the "hook" side of the velcro is on the wrong side. You should be able to close the mask as far as you need to and then the remaining velcro strips that are still showing would be the "loop" side of the velcro. But it's not. As a result when you wear your hat and/or your goggles, the material from either of those items gets stuck in the "hooks" of the velcro-basically ripping the hat or goggle strap in the process. I had a pair of $150 Electric goggles get stuck on the velcro and was not a happy guy when it started to shred the strap. It would be a good mask if they switched up the velcro or changed the design of how it closed. For now, just buy a cheaper alternative and cut a small hole in it. Guaranteed to be less headaches.