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Jonwrote a review of on February 3, 2010

2 5

I ordered this helmet in XL, which is the largest available, and it was still too small. And the ear pads only covered half my ears. The only reason I'm giving this 2 stars is because Protec's sizes are not accurate. I'm sure if my head was smaller, this would be a great helmet. So, I then tried the Smith Maze helmet in Large, which fits my head perfectly. It seems Protec helmets run a bit small, so if you have a larger head, stay away! The Smith Maze is a much better option! Also, Giro helmets are an excellent option as well.

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Jonwrote a review of on February 2, 2010

4 5

I didn't exactly want to spend 150 dollars + for a pair of RX snow goggles. My glasses fit very comfortably inside these goggles, and I can take the goggles off without my glasses coming off as well. However, the goggles don't do a great job preventing my glasses from fogging up. But a good, cheap alternative for RX's.

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Jonwrote a review of on February 2, 2010

5 5

Ever since I started wearing these socks, I haven't experienced any foot or toe numbness. They fit seamlessly inside the boot and help eliminate those pressure points. They keep my feet nice and toasty and dry. Very comfortable and snazzy looking.

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Jonwrote a review of on February 2, 2010

2 5

The description said they had speed lace, but they don't(which I know is not the boot's fault), but the laces tended to come loose from the cuffs. The toe box felt extremely cramped, and at the same time, I got tons of heel lift. After a couple days of riding, the fabric on the toe area was all frayed. I much prefer my Forum Constants over these.

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Jonwrote a review of on February 2, 2010

2 5

I bought last year's model of these boots, and was not very impressed. The description said they had speed lace, but they don't(which I know is not the boot's fault), but the laces tended to come loose from the cuffs. The toe box felt extremely cramped, and at the same time, I got tons of heel lift. After a couple days of riding, the fabric on the toe area was all frayed. I'm not sure if this year's boots are improved, but this is just a heads up. I much prefer my Forum Constants over these.

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Jonwrote a review of on February 1, 2010

4 5

These shorts have a great tailbone protector and and pretty decent butt cheek pads as well. Compared to every other impact short I've encountered, these have the best protection for the tail bone and lower spine, which is the most important spot in that area. I fell right on my ass on a box while trying to do a board slide without any pain. My only complaint is that the pads tend to shift around a bit, but other than that, these are great for freestyle progression and are a huge confidence booster.

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Jonwrote a review of on January 31, 2010

5 5

These boots are sweet. They are true to size. They're extremely comfortable, and with the right socks, remain that way for hours on end. I got them in white, and they came with an extra pair of neon green laces, which look way cooler than the stock white laces. Unlike most snowboard boots, they just look like a giant pair of skate shoes, which I find to be pretty aesthetically pleasing. So fresh, yo.

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Jonwrote a review of on January 31, 2010

5 5

I find it hard to find a helmet that fits my head well and is comfortable. This helmet fulfills that need. Its very lightweight, supposedly the lightest snow helmet available. I love the toque fabric that covers it; its pretty much what sold me. And the added removable magnetic poof ball on top is always fun. If you have trouble finding a helmet fitting your huge head, get this in large!

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