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Jonesey

Joneseywrote a review of on April 24, 2011

5 5

Needed a baselayer to go under my Arc'teryx Sabre Pants and these work perfectly. They are the perfect thickness to take the edge off on those really frigid days, but breath so well that even on sunny day's in the backcountry I just open a vent on my legs a little and it is back to perfect comfort! The shorter length is also perfect because it will come down just far enough to put under your ski socks, bu not all the way down into your boots so that you can avoid the annoying feeling of weird layers overlapping around your legs. Don't hesitate to get these if you need a baselayer that will perform on the mountain or in the backcountry!

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Joneseywrote a review of on May 17, 2010

5 5

I have the Vigilante with audio and I really like it. It had some pressure points, but I was able to compress the styrofoam on the inside of the helmet to make them go away and it now it is great. The adjustment knob on the back of the helmet makes it easy to get a nice snug fit.

The audio is pretty good for helmet speakers. The best part is the mute and volume on each side of the helmet. Finally someone made adjustments that are glove friendly!

All in all a great helmet when you factor in comfort, speaker quality and button functionality.

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Joneseywrote a question about on April 5, 2009

I've been looking at this and the Hestra Heli Glove. I need a glove that is super warm (I have bad circulation in my hands). I also prefer to wear a liner glove with rubberized/tacky finger and palm inside of my gloves (to protect my hand from the wind when I need to take the outer glove off to arrange gear/on the lift/etc.). I'm speculating that this would be a warmer than the Heli, but I would really appreciate any thoughts/feedback/etc. that anyone has concerning this. Also, should I get a larger size of glove since I want to wear the liner glove inside?

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