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Jetnfast wrote a review of on February 7, 2010

3 5

The bag has nice sized pockets for all your gear like goggles and gloves, but the main compartment could have been a tad larger. Once my boots are in the main part of the bag, there is no room for my jacket or pants. It's tough to visualize how all your gear will fit in a bag, so I would reccomend a size up if you want to carry all your gear together.

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on February 7, 2010

5 5

I have worn these boots for about a week, and I am impressed so far. I normally wear a 10.0 and ordered a 10.5 based on the reviews here on Back Country. I dont regret the decision to go 1/2 a size up since they fit just about right especially since I have wide feet. They have worked great so far in the winter weather of Northern Japan. My one gripe is that the upper loop for the laces should have been metal instead of plastic, I think that is a potential point of failure. Style wise, they also look really nice with a pair of jeans. Overall, I am very pleased with the purchase and I hope they last.

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on January 28, 2010

4 5

I am surprised since most North Face gear fits me pretty good, these pants are simply too long! I wear medium in all my North Face Jackets and tops, but these pants in a Medium are about 6 inches too long at the bottom of each leg. My wife helped me out and hemmed them so the heals dont drag, so they now work a little better. In terms of waist, they fit a 5'10'' medium built guy well. They might be just a little snug around the thighs, but other than that these pants are a great piece of gear to have on hand under some snowboarding pants on a day out to the mountain.

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on May 17, 2009

5 5

I have had my TNF Venture jacket for about 2 months now, and it is finally becoming very handy since the rainy season has just begin here in Korea. I played 18 holes of golf wearing the jacket this past weekend. With a light to moderate rain, I stayed completely dry while all my friends were soaked! Even when swinging a golf club, the jacket doesn't get in the way, which was a nice bonus. All in all, I have no gripes about the jacket. It does a great job keeping you dry!

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on April 6, 2009

4 5

The Denali is exactly what most on here have said, an all around good jacket for layering but when worn alone will allow the wind to cut through. I found the perfect combination is to wear my NF TKA 100 fleece with a t-shirt under that and the Denali over top of it all. Layering helps cut down on the wind blast, and keeps the warmth in. The Denali is good for most winter days here in Northern Japan. The only downside is the jacket is a little bulky on the top and around the shoulder areas.

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on March 25, 2009

5 5

The venture is exactly what it is - a lightwieght, portable rain jacket! I havent had a chance to use it yet, but after trying it on, it seems to fit well. I bought a medium and I am 5'10'' with about a 42 inch chest and it fits about right even with a t-shirt and base layer on underneath. I ordered the basin blue which is a bright blue color and nice, but I think now I would have prefered just black so it can be worn with anything. nonetheless, its only a color!!

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on January 7, 2009

5 5

I have used these once so far and they are sick! Lots of pockets and places to store your gear, plus the style looks great in all black against the slope. The air vents on the sides let you cool down when shredding the mountain if you get too warm. All in all, a good by from a great store.

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Jetnfast wrote a review of on January 7, 2009

4 5

Despite all the sketchy reviews, these gloves are not bad considering the price (It's even lower than when I bought them 1 month ago!). They kept me dry 8 straight hours of boarding, and warm too. There is talk of them ripping at the seam by the thumb, but mine are good after 1 full day with no signs of tearing.

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