My brother and I both got this life jacket for dingy sailing and it works great. I love the minimal amount of contact it has with your body, leaving you with a huge amount of freedom of arm movement. it also doesnt make you too hot. the front pockets are really easy to open because you just yank straight down on the little pull tabs, and they happen to be the perfect size for a beer. the lash tab is perfect for the belt clip of a multi-tool, and a leash can be attached to the lash tab itself or a small loop in the left pocket. the only problem ive had so far are that prickly little nylon string ends keep poking out near the bottom which really irritate skin, but I just yank them out with plyers.
There isn't much to say about these. they fit on my ears comfortably, theyre loud, they hav good sound quality, and are durable. The only negatives are that whenever the braided cable rubs against just about anything it makes a loud grinding sort of sound in the headphones, and its kind of annoying to adjust the fit because the adjusting parts dont slide that well. otherwise, they work perfectly for me.
I bought this jacket awhile back because it was a great price and i liked the flashy design that makes you stand out. It's waterproofing is pretty decent for a soft-shell, although it is not breathable at all and will make you sweat if its on for too long zipped most of the way up. It runs a little small on sizing and isnt a very long jacket. Also the hood and the cuffs fit a little tight. Overall though I enjoyed using it for a solid season and the only real negative is its lack of breathability. But it does do its job of stopping the wind really well.
according to dominick layfield (see comment on review below) they weigh 1550g per pair with 110 mm brakes.
just wax, an iron (preferably without holes), and a scraper
are these the same revivals with an msrp of $625? because it says they are regularly $500. and if they are different, what's the difference?
I got this pack for school and love it. its very spacious, much bigger then i thougth it would be. i havent had any problem fitting books in. one of the top zipper pockets (not the sunglass one) is the perfect size for a graphing calculator. not to mention the graphics are sick! i picked one up for the beginning of the school year, and ive already seen multiple kids with the same pack in different colorways. I got it in green and couldnt be more stoked.
yes those bindings would work great for these skis. these definately arent limited to park alone, and a binding like that would make it great for everthing on the mountain.
This bag gets the job done. I can easily fit two pairs of twintips in it, and you can tighten it down with the straps so that they dont move around at all. There is also padding between the two spots for skis, as well as most of the way around too. And the entire inside of the bag is lined with a tarp like material, just in case all that snow has not quite yet melted by the time you stow your skis away in this thing. The outside is made of rugged durable material and so far i have had no problems with this bag.
it should come with a 100oz reservoir. it did when i bought it
yes! they are the best for night skiing. some say clear is but hi yellow does the most for your eyes in the low light
what year hellbents are these?
depends on your ability level, but i wouldnt pay up for the fks
yea 164 might work out, but i would recommend the 159s if your 5'3
for $45 this glove cant be beat. it is waterproof on the back and has a durable waterproof palm. The shell is really enough for most days and the liner is great for wearing around by itself, i even use it as a running glove. the liner is articulate enough that i can even text on the lift, so i dont have to expose my hands to the cold. it definately runs small though. i followed the sizing chart, bought medium, and had to return it for a large. I was about to swap it for a bigger glove when i realized that it wouldnt really be possible for me to size up, its just too tight across the back of the hand. I do not recomend this for skiers though. With the liner it it feels snug on the hand in a relaxed position but when you bend your fingers (to grasp a pole) it feels like its pulled way to tight across the back of the hand, especially the knuckles. im afraid after alot of use some seams on the back of the fingers will pull out. its slightly uncomfortable, but i get used to it. im sure its fine for any snowboarders who leave their hands in a relaxed position as they ride. other than the tighteness on the back of the hnad, its one of the best gloves ive had
i just went ahead and bought them and to answer my own question, it is not secured inside the glove. its made so you can remove your hand from the outer part to do something like take a pic or answer your phone and you leave the liner on the whole time. its a pretty useful feature
how is this binding different from the dynastar px 12 lifter legend?
I have never worn a helmet that felt so good on my head. It may be all Red helmets, but this thing just fits the best. Its thick padding is very comfortable, and the two ear pads are actually part of the same piece that has material connecting it along the back underside of the helmet. I have it in matte gray, and it did pick up some black scratches fairly easily. I sometimes like to wear a hat and goggles underneath the helmet, so I removed the pads but had to cover each thing of velcro inside the helmet with tape so it wouldn't fray my goggles and hat. the clip just slides out but hasn't come out by accident for me yet. You can feed ear buds through a hole in the back and have them inside the earpad, which is really hadny. its great for stickers too.
the material is about a quarter-inch thick but gets stretched a little flatter when over your face. i'd put it more of a 5 or 6 on breathability tho