Bryan Vernetson

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Bryan Vernetson

Bryan Vernetson wrote an answer about on March 16, 2012

Polarized lenses for skiing aren't the best choice. You won't find that many that are polarized. The reason is you can't see definition of ice vs. snow with polarized lenses. I would go with a goggle that allows for a replaceable lens and then get a really dark lens. Smith has a couple great options for goggles and then you can get the Fire Sensor Mirror or the Gold Sol X Mirror. Hope this helps.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote an answer about on March 15, 2012

The Radict weighs 12 pounds and the 185cm size is $659.95 on Sierra Trading Post. Go to my site and grab a coupon for another 30% off at the top of the page. www.whiteknuckled.com

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Bryan Vernetson wrote an answer about on March 14, 2012

I think you probably want to go with a toe strap crampon instead of clip. My buddy has used his T1 with a strap crampon and it worked pretty well. I would go with the Petzl Lynx if you want to be able to do strap or clip. Hope this helps.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote an answer about on March 8, 2012

Well, since Apple didn't really change...

Well, since Apple didn't really change anything for the iPad 3, it should work fine since the dimensions barely changed at all. Take a look at the chart. I think .6 mm should be ok. Never know though.

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