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Cody wrote a review of on December 8, 2011

5 5

Its obvious this has no padding... I don't get why the other reviewers are giving it a lower rating... it is as described. There's a reason burton sells more than one type of bag. No reason to give it a 3 and 4 stars. This bag was designed for one thing and one thing only, to put your board in for traveling by car. Just read the review, even backcountry says that you shouldn't check it at an airport. I use this for throwing it in the back of my pickup and driving to the mountain. Yes, theres no padding, but there is a layer of protection so the board won't get scratched up. I use it for my custom x and my rome postermania (not at the same time though), and it works perfectly.

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Cody wrote a review of on November 29, 2011

5 5

I got these for my birthday 2.5 years back, and they are still working perfect. The condition of the boot is superb. Designed for maximum comfort and it delivers. I couldn't be any happier. ALl of my friends on the hill are still unhappy with their boots and change every year or take them back, and I keep recommending the Lashed boot. There is a reason why it has been rated the best boot for years and years.

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Cody wrote a review of on November 29, 2011

5 5

I use burton for everything. Custom X, Pants, Jacket, pad, helmet, goggles... but for bindings, I go with ride.

I first started out with the well known EX bindings by RIDE. Those things were durable and very comfortable. After 3 season, I decided to buy new bindings, so I went with the Revolts. The weggie board helps for pop on the jumps, and the binding is extremely responsive, which I love, especially for all mountain. I recommend RIDE to anyone that doesn't want to jump on the Cartel bandwagon.

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Cody wrote a review of on November 29, 2011

5 5

I previously had the 2008 Hi-Fi with build in skullcandys, then I got a concussion, so it was pretty much useless.

THEN, last year I received this as an early Christmas present. With the REDphones, it works perfect. Awesome fit, warm, keeps the wind out, and most of all, VERY comfortable. If you are willing to spend another $40 for the Hi-Fi, go ahead, but you can't go wrong with the Trace. RED and burton products continue to impress, once again.

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Cody wrote a review of on November 29, 2011

5 5

I purchased this board back in 8th grade when I was just starting out at boarding. Since then I have moved on to the GNU CHB 161w, and the Burton Custom X 162w. Burton doesn't fail at making great boards. This board handled well. Worked well in the powder, off jumps, etc. I actually sold it to my friend 3 or 4 years ago and he's still using it. It is great for people with monsterous feet. I recommend buying this board for beginner-intermediate level.

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Cody wrote a review of on November 29, 2011

5 5

I bought these goggles for my mom over a year ago, and they were superb. Never fogged or anything. My mom didn't end up using them so I just decided to use them because my goggles had become so scratched. Since then, I have stuck with anon. I purchased some panoramic ANON COMRADE goggles this year because these are actually women's goggles, but still, the quality doesn't lie.

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Cody wrote a review of on November 29, 2011

5 5

I have owned anon in the past and they have done wonders.

Last year I purchased some normal white frame Anon goggles on black friday at a local sports store. They were wonderful. Never fogged up, great lense, didn't scratch. That is exactly why I went with anon this year.

I purchased these panoramic goggles instead of all of the other brands, like Electrics EG2's, because they FIT A HELMET. I've tried on the EG2's at the local Zumiez and they didn't even fit my helmet. I have a R.E.D. Trace helmet, and the crown is a little low. I bought these goggles because both R.E.D. and Anon are owned by Burton, and Burton tries to make their products compatible with one another.

I don't notice any push on the helmet, the straps are extra long for helmet use. Great product; and as a bonus, that gold chrome looks SICK!

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