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Anonymous wrote a review of on December 13, 2011

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So I bought a TRS 154 the beginning of the season, it was ok, I was used to my old trice 153. I cored it through the topsheet without even noticing till the end of the day, most the time you feel when you hit something sketchy, not this time. Since I bought from dogfunk I wasn't too pissed due to they're return policy. So I exchanged for this trice 153, and got it two days ago. today went to Vail, again, didn't do over anything I thought risked the boards ptex, skipped the rocky tree sections just went down groomwers. Well at the end of the day I'm cored to the topsheet again. Again I'm sending this one back, and going Never Summer Evo, lib has gone cheap on they're bases obviously,although buying from this site guarantees me a new board if anything happens I can't go though 6+ boards a season, this boards reliability just isn't for the everyday shredder. Great deck but horrible reliability. Look elsewhere if you want you're board to last. Not stoked!!

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Anonymous wrote an answer about on September 27, 2011

I'm same size as you, I ride a trs 154, I have a trice 153 love them both. I have a gnu dkass 158. hate it. too big. The trs is a stiffer board smaller the better IMO so you can man handle it, but in powder its a dream due to the radness of the c2btx. The waist width can handle up to size 11 on a 154 or 157 TRS. I wouldnt recommend anything bigger than a 157 for your size.

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Anonymous wrote a question about on September 28, 2010

"The Holt Park is best suited for days when you have at least a little bit of mercury showing in the thermometer, but it’s not warm enough for a summer helmet." -Backcountry.com

What does that mean? That sentence doesn't make sense

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Anonymous wrote a question about on September 28, 2010

"The Holt Park is best suited for days when you have at least a little bit of mercury showing in the thermometer, but it’s not warm enough for a summer helmet." -Backcountry.com

What does that mean? That sentence doesn't make sense

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Anonymous wrote an answer about on October 2, 2009

Well, these are as durable as any. Ones...

Well, these are as durable as any. Ones with removable len's I found aren't faceplant friendly. I've had the lens come out and cut my eye open on a wicked faceplant, I was wearing some Spy's though.. Mind over matter brother, don't think negatively. Peace.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on April 13, 2009

1 5

Yeah I had the nice black pair with gray lens's, broke them within 2 weeks, granted my fault, they didn't take a front flip in my pocket very well, other sunglass frames i feel can hold up to that kind of abuse. So then I buy another pair from dogfunk, and i am not exaggerating, I brushed against the couch with them in my pocket in my gym shorts and they broke in several places. I'll never buy from spy and I urge anyone to try any other brands for these aren't even 9 dollar gas station quality sunglasses. (which i still have for 2 years now) Thank you dogfunk for a sick return policy. I won't purchase anything anywhere else.

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