Have the matted black ones. As far as looks go, my favorite pair of spys that I've owned. They do have a tendency to slide down your face though when you start to sweat, so not really recommended for use while playing sports. Still love em though.
Very light weight. You can take this anywhere... hiking, roadtrips, long-term travel, or just to keep in the glove box for small emergencies. Comes with everything you'll need to treat minor accidents until you can get back to civilization. And a great price too. Recommended!
Chill hoody... Great material inside and out. The length in the arms fit perfect, although the length in the torso was a little short for me...hence the 4 star rating. I am somewhat taller though, so that probably plays a significant role. Overall, the hoody is super warm, and I love the look. Awesome product!
Are these gonna be available in the L size before the winter? Anyone?
Love this beanie. Super soft, feels awesome. Doesn't leave you with "ichy head". And I look like a total bad ass wearing it. Buy one if you too, wish to look like a bad ass mo fo.
The Mentor does what it's made for, a great day to day pack for school/work. Personally, I use it to work and back and it has been sufficient. Wouldn't mind if it were a little bit bigger though. The only other qualm I have is the zippers, though sturdy, seem to "catch" often, and are not very smooth operationally. This seems to be a common occurence in most Northface bags I've owned.
I've owned this board through 2 winters now, (I have the previous model) and would buy it again if it came to it. Love the board. Absolutely no problems anywhere on the mountain.
The length of the board really doesn't tell you what size binding to use. I have a 156 too, and wear size 11 boots. I use L Burton Cartel bindings, and haven't experienced any overhang problems. Large bindings should work with most riders wearing size 9-13 boots.
Will this product actually have the backcountry.com logo on it, or will the one I receive have the typical Nalgene logo?
I've had the pack about 6 months now, and have no complaints. The X radial frame truly is amazing, and makes this pack very comfortable, even at heavier weights. The inside stays completely dry in inclement weather. Recommended!!
The best shades I've owned. I loved them!! Apparently, so did the dude that swiped them off the bar as I was shooting pool. As a replacement, I tried the Spy Logans. I'm happy with the Logans, but if I were to do it again, I would get another pair of the Coopers.
Don't get me wrong I love Spy and I love my Logans. The only thing I have wrong with them is, when it starts getting warm out, and you're sweating doing whatever activity it is you're doing, the lenses tend to fog up near the top/center of each lense. Before the Logans, I owed the Cooper, and this was never a problem. Other than that, I love the look of them on my face and they have been extremely durable, traveling with me to Japan, China and Eastern Europe and they have a full season of snowboarding until the belt. Overall, recommended.
Is the brown color making a comeback sometime in late '09?
Inside, it comes with two smaller bags that fit your boots and bindings. Those bags snap into the clips when traveling.
Touring the world for 3 years, and needed a good snowboard bag to handle not only multiple snowboards, but carry all my gear as well. This bag did the trick. It holds all my outwear, two boards, goggles/accessories, and regular clothing used on my trips. The bag has traveled with me all over Asia, and now entering Europe on the second year of the journey. It has held up great through all airports and train stations, with only one busted clip. (Probably due to poor handling by the baggage claim.) All gear has always arrived in the same condition it left it. Great bag... and now that it's marked down, it's a deal that can't be passed up. You won't regret this purchase, though I'm not a fan of the "true red flannel plaid" color scheme.