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Malavoltron

Malavoltron

Bro-ton, tall peaks, deep canyons

Malavoltron's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding

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Malavoltronwrote a review of on August 12, 2015

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bern makes tremendous helmets, and while the Watts EPS thin shell visor is no exception, I do have some questions on the style. This helmet seems to accentuate my already large dome. For some reason this helmet really has the "bubble head" look. Odd, since it's supposed to do just the opposite. Maybe it's the colorway, but my old, black Watts Visor helmet looks much better.

That being said, this helmet offers top notch protection for a good price. Feels good, keeps me warm, and I can still do basic math because I haven't sustained any brain trauma. Used it for a full season with no structural compromises.

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Malavoltronwrote a review of on August 12, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

"Not now chief, I'm in the zone."

Probably what you will say when rocking these bad boys. I went with the Yellow/Black color way for maximum summer vibes, and so far they have not let me down. Classic styling is similar to the old-school RayBan look, but with that icy cold Neff flair. Using these for all around adventure eyewear has made my travels that much sweeter.

No scratches after a summer of abuse, and the cloth storage bag makes cleaning those greasy lenses a breeze. Tight shades for any pursuit.

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Malavoltronwrote a review of on March 20, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

Bought these to look a little "dressier" at the workplace...but not too dressy. Fit is ideal: not skin-tight but not baggy as hell. Just a good old fashioned straight leg cut. Cuffs are large enough that your ankles aren't being choked, and the material seems to be high quality. First Brixton product I have owned and will probably be back for more.

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Malavoltronwrote a review of on September 5, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Frames are tight in the matte black color. These have a throwback style without the bulk of the classic "wayfarer" design. Clean, smooth, and the perfect compliment to a ballcap or three piece suit.

Frames show some excessive wearing on nose contact points, but other than that they've held up like champs.

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Malavoltronwrote a review of on March 9, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Never heard of Homeschool before trying this jacket on. Won't be surprised if they start blowing up soon. This jacket kicks serious ass: super waterproof weather in rain or heavy snow, and breathable when it's bluebird. Very lightweight and plenty of room for layering. I couple mine with a down midlayer and cotton tee and the setup keeps me warm down to around 15 degrees. Really like the pocket setup, plenty of room to stash all the extras. Love the design on the wrist cinches. The collar is really high, and though it's kind of a funky look, I couldn't be more pumped...wind and snow be damned! Hood is plenty roomy and the overall look of the jacket is really solid. I have it in black and it's not splashed with logos and BS extras. Just a good, solid jacket.

5'9" and the medium size is right on point.

Powder skirt fits a bit high on the waist but performs decent.

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Malavoltronwrote a review of on March 9, 2013

5 5

Grabbed the Studios mid-season and couldn't be happier. Great fit: I'm 5'9", 30" waist and the size mediums are just baggy enough. No gangsta steez. No worries about waterproofing even in the wettest storms. Not insulated but couple them with a base layer and you're good to go. Granite color has a slight green tint to it, but I dig it. All around awesome pantelones!

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