Brighton Resort, Snowbird, Park City, Mt. Hood.
These are a little flexier than the '14 Customs. They are really light and yet you can take the board into powder and bomb down the mountain with em and they respond really well.
Very comfy. Good flex.
I'm convinced this hat makes anybody look more attractive. That's really all I have to say about it. Good fit, good style. Go with this hat if you want the ladies all over you.
I love this board. My style: Mainly jibbing and park style riding, but also like to venture into powder on good days.
This board is responsive, cuts nice, it's forgiving to a point. You can whip this thing around without a care.
It's not the best at powder of any board I've had but I also sized down from my usual length. However, I have rode this thing at Bird, Brighton, and Basin and all those times there hasn't been a terrain that I felt the board just couldn't handle. It can take a punch as well since I've taken it urban riding and tore it up pretty good and it's nothing a new wax job hasn't fixed.
Bought these as a christmas gift for my sister and she wore them snowboarding for the third time in years and even though they were new she loved the fit and said they were comfy, but still responsive enough to help her bomb down the mountain
I've got a kinda roundish face and i think these look awesome on me. Gotten some compliments on em as well. Look good, stylish, and affordable. No real complaints to be made on these.
They have a large frame. It should work with those dimensions
I don' know the exact degrees but compared to the last year model the lense has Increased total field of view by 1/3, and expanded vertical view by an 60%.
I would suggest checking in every few weeks and narrowing your search for girls, north face, color: white
I would refer to the sizing chart. It matters on the dimensions of your body not just your height and weight. I would also consider what your usual size is that you wear for jackets. This jacket's fit is regular so it's going to fit how jackets normally fit on you.
The Maraboo has a 40D outliner fabric rating and the Boundary has a 75D this is just the strength of the fabric. Both are waterproof and both have fully taped seems. Other than the polyester strength the jackets are essentially the same.
you can layer if you would like, but this jacket is not compatible to zip with other North Face jackets.
it depends on the size of their head. I would say that generally yes.
You would want Large for both of them.
Yes. If you look at the photo That is displayed you'll see that it connects to the seat bar going over the back wheel. With the Brompton bike there isn't much difference except the wheel size which doesn't come into play here.
I would say you're going to want something a bit warmer maybe check around for a higher Down this one has 450 fill which i would say is alright if it was an adult, but as for an infant i would say they would need a 600 fill or more in that kind of weather
This item is a one size fits all. Meaning your 12 year old's head should fit it.
They're going to be really similar to the arrowheads, however the 5.10 has a Stealth Mystique rubber sole which gives more grip and has the aggressive down-turned curve which helps with toe hooks. The arrowhead has a less aggressive curvature which makes it more well rounded.
I would say that no a butt pad would not fit comfortably in these unless you were able to size up. But this depends on how big the pad is. As a generality I would say that since these are more of a slim fitting pant that a butt pad would be constricting in the waist.
I would say that yes these will be a great piece of gear for climbing a mountain such as Kilimanjaro