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Snokat Al wrote an answer about on February 18, 2014

Ditto what Sid said, I'm the same dimensions. The 33" inseam breaks nicely at the boot like a good fitting slack. Go with the Large, the adjustable belt works nicely to pick up the slack at the waist. 5Stars. PS I blew out of my trim fit Ventis and Arc replaced them with these.

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Snokat Al wrote a review of on February 17, 2014

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs large

and would have to be at least 6'4" to get close to the right inseam, I'm a 32. Also, so baggy I have to wonder what is going on at MH.
Returned, guess I'll have to stick with my Snowtastic pants which are a trim fit.
Otherwise, the material is great and finished well, maybe these are for someone in the NBA. Waist is big as well, these are XL/Longs in every respect.

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Snokat Al wrote a review of on February 11, 2014

4 5

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

I have been using Cap3 for about 4 seasons and loved the trim fit and other great wicking/regulating features. I got a green this time, looks great, but the cut has changed to a bit looser in the arms, and are a bit shorter as well. Same great material I have come comfy with. I'm 6'2", 43 chest, 35 waist and 200 lbs. if that helps. 4Stars as I like the fit of my older one, not that this is awful, it isn't, just different.

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Snokat Al wrote a review of on July 11, 2013

5 5

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

I picked up a used Stingray from GT last year in a large. At 6'2" and 207 the athletic fit is just right on my frame, albeit a tad short in length for my height.
At 6' the large would be perfect. I will be looking to score one in an XL next time around, I need the extra 1.5 inches an Arc XL will give me. I have an XL Sidewinder which gives me the length I need, but more bulk than I need.

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Snokat Al wrote a review of on June 5, 2011

5 5

The Jester Schizos are the best freeride binding I have had the pleasure of owning, that's one and half seasons on a pair of obSETHeds. The adjustability allows for micro-tuning your position on your boards while having great feel and performance qualities.
I have 5 seasons on a pair of Railflex II bindings that I had plates for on several pairs of skis, not any more.
The RFs are nothing compared to the level of performance the Schizos give me. They are definitely lighter as well.
Buy 'em, you will thank me!

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Snokat Al wrote an answer about on January 11, 2011

What Jack said. I have both from last...

What Jack said. I have both from last season, and they are different skis in all respects, no mistake about it.
Both are 189s for my 6'2", 195 lb. frame. The Heads are 187s that travel with either pair of the K2s, but I never take both K2s.

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Snokat Al wrote a review of on January 3, 2011

5 5

First, the Compass Blue scores big points for steez. Got a Large for my 6'2", 195 lb. frame and the fit allows a MH Windstopper Tech for warmth when I need it, though I got it for spring skiing. The Omin-Tech isn't quite Gore-Tex Pro, but it looks and feels solid. No powder skirt, but for the larcenous price I got it for on SAC, who cares?
Only negative, the hood isn't helmet compatible, so wear a hat!
Nice work Columbia, while the finish detail isn't quite up to my Arc Sidewinder, it doesn't cost nearly as dearly!
I'll post a pic when I get the time.

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Snokat Al wrote an answer about on December 5, 2010

Write your answer here...I put a pair of Schizoos on my obSETHed 189s last year and move them around depending on conditions. Usually I ride them at +2.5, but go to +3 for tight chutes and +1-+2 for deep. Me, 6'2' & 200 lbs.

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