Nick $ki $LC

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Nick $ki $LC

Nick $ki $LC wrote an answer about on October 14, 2012

G-Papa, you'll need to check out smith's site for the specs on lenses, here is the link. For some unholy reason they don't show any info for the Blackout lens but everything else is listed.

http://www.smithoptics.com/technology/#/Snow+Goggle+Technology/SnowGoggle+Lens+Options/view/

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Nick $ki $LC wrote a review of on February 1, 2012

4 5

This are pretty sweet skis. Nice profile, I've ridden them through some nasty crud, some iced out hills (Big Emma at the Bird is 99% ice, 1% rock) and that sweet powdar. They crushed through the crud without that sense of losing stability. They stuck to the ice and held a nice edge. Deep powder is going to be your real concern on these, not a true rocker tip/tail and not all that wide at 98 waist width but still handled itself fine in the freshies. The powder issue you should be aware of ahead of time simply based on its specs but wanted to include that in case you have difficulties reading tech info on da right hand side.

Factory recommended binding is the Look PX12 or the Look Pivot 14 depending on your skill level and use of the ski.

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Nick $ki $LC wrote a review of on December 11, 2011

5 5

I love this jacket. I've been up snowbird with it for the past month (7 times varying conditions) and it has survived some pretty gnarly weather. I'm 6'0 170 and went with the XL, pretty baggy which is what I was hoping for. 60g insulation is ideal, gives you just the right amount for cold days with layering while not sweating you out in the spring. The audio pocket is nice because you can use a touchscreen through it. There is also a stash pocket on the inside that you can fit a max of two PBR's in.

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