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Sheyon

Sheyon

Homebase: Minnesota Winter Outpost: Utah

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Sheyon

Sheyonwrote a review of on November 17, 2008

4 5

These goggles aren't too bad. The strap is probably the nicest function that it clips together which makes them super nice for taking on and off. I also like being able to close and open the vent depending on how much circulation you want if your screaming down groomers or playing in the park. My one complaint is I took a color that is fairly lame. My advice: pick a color combo you like and pay a little more, otherwise you'll regret it sooner then later. P.S. get mirrored lenses they are super tight!

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Sheyonwrote a review of on November 17, 2008

4 5

I agree with the other review that these skis can burn up groomers. They also are very snappy/stiff on take offs and stable on landings when hitting kickers. In the deep pow they are pretty solid however, the stiffness that makes them snappy holds them back a bit in the deep pow because they don't float as well as softer skis. My only complaint is the scratch/chip resistance of the top sheet. I have a few big chips in the top sheet and I haven't worked these that hard. But if you're like I should be and care more about how it works instead of how it looks. Then your good to go! Overall these skis are fabulous all-mountain skis, as long as your more in bounds then out because that's where they really rip. However for their size they hold their own pretty well in the back country. I'm 6'3" 200lbs with the 180cm.

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Sheyonwrote a review of on November 17, 2008

5 5

A buddy of mine had one and we went on a ski trip and it didn't take long to realize that my standard roller bag was super lame compared to this thing. Not only does Dakine have the sickest designs on the outside, the compartments are super sweet and help you stay organized on the inside. I wear a size 13 shoe and I can fit one pair comfortably and up to 1.5 pairs in the smaller pockets on the top half(inside). I had a hard time deciding between the 90L and the 120L. I came to this conclusion. 90L can pack a little over 50lbs of clothing which gets you close to the standard limit on an airline. But with today's airline economy, you might just get the 120L since you have to pay to check it anyways and have enough space to practically fit your whole closet into it! Either way you go, these bags are so sweet and people in the airports look at them probably wishing they had one!

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