Summit and Park Counties, Colorado
I have the "graphite" color shorts. They are great. Comfortable and soft material with internal waist adjustments (those velcro ones that Burton snowboard pants have). I crashed and got blood on the leg (they are long enough to cover your knees = blood on your knees gets on them). The blood came out with some Hydrogen Peroxide and a little scrubbing. (H2O2 is great for removing blood). Buy some, they rock.
I just bought these at the mountain. It was a super low light day and all I had were my bright sun goggles. I got the yellowgreenmirror lens in a sweet DCP graphic. I think I got an old style (palm trees and a treeline graphic) but they are great looking and fit over my helmet. Totally comfortable all day and never fogged up at all. I have a medium face and there were no pressure points. I forgot I was wearing them. Happy happy happy! Buy some!
Wow. Very comfortable sleeping pad. Don't plan on carrying this one on the trail, unless it is the only thing you are bringing. I used mine the first time, and have not rolled it back up. It is hard to get back in the bag. If your tent is not as long as this pad, don't plan on folding the edge over on the end because it is pretty stiff. I usually wake up all the time while camping, not on this pad. Zzzzzzz.
I have had many pairs of Oakley sunglasses and these are my current favorite. I got the polished white w/gray lens. They are lightweight and very comfortable. Even comfortable when you put them up on your head when inside, no headache. I also have some Oakley Gascans in black and they are a little big for my face. These are a little less square and fit closer to your face. The lens is great in Colorado, both with the snow and sun.
Did I mention they are Made in USA? Hard to find much made here anymore...
I bought from Steep and Cheap (or was it Brociety?) they shipped super fast and I got a great deal. I can always order worry free because they will take stuff back. Great customer service.
I bought the 2009 version in True Black. They are actually black. I like my snowboard pants baggy but not so saggy that I can't walk right. I am 5'10" and 160# and I got the large ones. They fit over my knee brace. Very waterproof on wet spring chairlifts. They have the snap straps that keep them from dragging across the parking lot, sweet feature. There is only one cargo pocket, so they could use one on the other side, that's the only thing I would change.
Backcountry outlet has the best service, I buy a lot of my gear there (and Steep and Cheap)...very good customer service.
I have many fleece jackets and this one is the best. It is VERY warm, and I am usually cold but not in this one. The real reason I bought it was that it actually fit me. Most women's clothing doesn't fit me because I have monkey arms :) I am 5'10" with a long torso and this fleece is long enough in the arms and body. I washed mine and hung to dry and no problems with matting. Got the green grasshopper one and it rocks. Buy one even though you don't need another fleece.....