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Harrysiii wrote a review of on January 16, 2011

5 5

I have had no problems with these. I retro-fitted them into my 2008 Giro Omen. They sound great, and don't hurt my ears like having ear buds in all day. The other great thing is the ability to have the sound and mute controls right there in the open on my jacket. :) I highly recommend these.

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Harrysiii wrote an answer about on January 16, 2011

Your earpads should have a velcro opening up where they insert into the helmet. You'll have to take them out to check. I have a 2008 Giro Omen and simply slit the pads, dropped in the speakers, then sewed it back up. :) Sure, they're stuck there....but I have good sound when I ride! :)

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Harrysiii wrote a question about on October 10, 2009

Can you connect blue tooth to an ipod touch and to a phone at the same time? Or do you have to connect wired to mp3 player and bluetooth to phone? does it have an inline Mic if you're connecting to phone? Thanks!

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Harrysiii wrote a review of on August 23, 2009

5 5

I bought this jacket because I wanted a gore-tex jacket for hiking/camping.

It packs extremely small, and I haven't even needed it hiking yet (luckily). I didn't want to spend a lot (but gore-tex is expensive) since I was hoping I wouldn't ever need it hiking anyway.

Well, since then I have worn it many times when going to work in the rain. It works extremely well at keeping me 100% dry, and also wicks away any heat or moisture I might build up inside. I have no problems with this at all.

One thing to note...I usually get larges, but bought medium in this due to the sizing chart. The fit is "fitted," so it took me off guard when it didn't feel baggy. Well, now that I'm used to it and know it's fitted, I think it's fine. I've actually had many compliments on the jacket while wearing it out around town. I think if I would have gone with the large, it would have been way to big through the shoulders.

I'm extremely pleased with my purchase!

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Harrysiii wrote a review of on April 6, 2009

5 5

I think these things are great! I wear them to the beach and the water parks around here and they are perfect. I can wear them on water slides, on the hot sand...anywhere. Very light weight. they dry quickly and have plenty of flow for air and water. the adjustability with the heal straps and laces really helps make them fit just right, too.

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Harrysiii wrote a review of on April 6, 2009

5 5

although everywhere i read said these are the least baggy of snowboarding pants out there, they are still pretty baggy. not usually my style, but oddly enough they are extremely comfortable! They are a little too long, but I'm short. I do hate walking on them though. anyway, these are superb performers. Always stay completely dry, warm, and have the vent zips in case you heat up.

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Harrysiii wrote a question about on December 12, 2008

yeah, i was wondering, too. I need women's. it matters because the sizing chart is different for men's and women's. i do my filtering based on women's mittens, but men's mittens show up in the results, too. so, sometimes you just have no way of knowing.

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Harrysiii wrote a review of on November 30, 2007

5 5

This is a very well made bag. I really can't believe how comfortable (and warm) it is. I have never used a "sleep system" of bag and pad before (besides large air matresses while car-camping), and I love the weight savings you get from the "bottomless" bag. They are right about everything; you carry less weight, get more comfort, and get more warmth with their system. I highly recommend the Big Agnes bags!

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