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Steezyskibum wrote a review of on August 19, 2009

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5 5

Great Sunglasses. Not everyone owns this one that I know its something different. But it Doesnt Cover your whole field of view you can see light as normal and on sides a bit which I like. But Thats my face how they fit. The black irdium lens is amazing too.

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Steezyskibum wrote a review of on August 19, 2009

Best Goggle out ther beside the A-Frame
5 5

Amazing Goggle. Can't Go wrong. No fog.Good Field of View. Very Stylish, lens from Oakley what they say there good for they really are. If anyone asks about glasses under goggles I find the A-Frame is better for that, well for some glasses, the reason why is because the Crowbar is really Rounded, so is the A-Frame but the A-Frame has a less round shape to it so making it flater.To understand it before you give me a thumbs down because of this compare the 2 goggles first.This goggle is worth a look. (This Photo is Matte White Black Iridium.)

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Steezyskibum wrote a review of on July 2, 2009

5 5

This beanie is stylish and warm. If your looking for one that is big to this is the one to buy. If your my age or still live with your mom, try to tell your mom if shes a laundry freak tell her not to wash it. My mom did and it shrunk i didnt even put in in the dryer. My advice is put it in the sink with some warm water and laundry detergent and let it soak for a while, the let it dry. Mine shrunk I ended up buying another one. Worth a look! Thanks for reading.

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Steezyskibum wrote a review of on March 23, 2009

3 5

This ski is a good ski don't get me wrong, but Rossi messed up this year......... I know someone who has these brand new and blew out a chunck in the side wall in about a month not even. He had the Rossignol Scratch Bling (2008) ski and they look in better shape than his 3 week old S4's. So having that said Rossignol changed the side wall material but kept the rest of the ski the same as the Scratch Ghetto WRS (2008), but changed the side wall material so basically the side wall chips easier. Also for the free system that's worthless. Where you can move the binding, for park to powder positions is useless. The toe piece slides but you have to drill holes in the ski for the heel piece and if you drill a set of holes in a ski 3 to 4 times a ski shop wont touch the ski, plus it weakens the ski. Hope my review helped, what im basically trying to say is the Ski is the same as last years ghetto but the side wall construction is different making it chip easier, your choice to buy it, your money to!

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on March 22, 2009

Going to dissagree my buddy has the Scratch FS WRS 2007 and I rode it it was heavier than my scratch ghettos that are the same as these but the 2007 model is heavier because i have the Axial 2 140 binding and my bud with the axial 2 120 same binding and his bindings are lighter. But in some way the ski the 2007 model is still heavier. Good Ski bit more weight.

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on February 17, 2009

This ski will do it all. It's not stiff though. So if you want to carve racer turns on groomers look elsewhere. It handles great on groomers for me i own the ghetto but its the same ski uh. Its not like the armada pipe cleaner there not super noodle skis but there soft. In short on my opinion they handle fine but not for racing look else where for that.

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on February 17, 2009

167 might be a bit short im 5 10 5 11 ish and i ski a 174 but i have the Rossignol Ghetto from last year there the exact same ski they are AMAZING i dont have any good pow where i live but mainly park and groomers. They handle great really reponsive but mine are not true center but on the addicted line the farthest one up that about 5 cm of true center good for a ski with this kinda side cut. But if your centering it go a few cm's back like 2 to 5 cm back. Go with 174 there not much longer but for your height go with 174's take a look at the scratch ghetto better graphics cheaper price. Same ski there 249.99 last years ski but i sware there the same as these. The graphics are so much cooler on the ghettos than these take a look.

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on February 17, 2009

They are both great skis. You can't go wrong with either one. Should handle it all for you. If you havent got skis yet i had the same problem the K2 PE's i think are a medium flex meaning stiffer. The ghetto's are softer but not noodles. There amazing skis I love them but i havent heard much about the PE's so. My advice is the Scratch ghetto.

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on February 17, 2009

Well I would go with the Kreation for park but that has a 90 flex to it the SAS 110 sensor 3 has a 110 flex. Higher the number on a flex means the boot is stiffer. Anyway, if you're skiing park my advice would be the kreation but since everyone is different its hard to say. The SAS 110 boot seems good for all around but, some people like really soft boots for park some like stiffer boots. I have Rossignol Scratch boots from 2008 I love them there a 85/95 flex meaning i can adjust the stiffness with a allen key. But to choose for park skiing i would go the Salomon Kreation with the 90 flex because i like soft boots for park. In the end dude the best thing you can do is go with is your choice since I don't know if you like soft or stiffer boots, or if you ski backcountry or park. Another thing is I can't find the width the last of the Kreation but the SAS width or fit is medium 100mm.

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on December 14, 2008

Ok Nx 12 and px is like rossignols axium binding and axial 2 binding now they play where the screws go in should be the same for both bindings and also i would suggest going to a ski shop and getting you px 12 bindings put on professionaly with usually you cant put the bindings back in the holes they were in but unless theres a lifter plate with the holes in it i dont know what to tell you but im going to strongly suggest to go to a ski shop if you have theres not much i can say sorry hope you solve your problem.

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Steezyskibum wrote an answer about on October 30, 2008

Sorry For totaly changing this review but.... These ski are not softat all for me the a mid flex edges tend to grab if your looking for aski to shred a bit a powder in check out the Scratch Screamin that skiisnt the widest but this is a kids ski a junior like age 10 to 15 iknow there is also a kids version of this in 110 and 125s so peels youreyes away from this. The Screamin is decent for a on off all moutain /park and powder ski. The Screamin comes in 160cm, 170cm, 176cm, 182cm.

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