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Tim

Tim

Hunter, Belleayre, Windham, Okemo, Mountain Creek

Tim's Passions

Snowboarding

Tim's Bio

Ride a Burton Blunt with Restricted Cartel bindings and Ion boots. All mountain riding, no park action for me. First chair or bust. Live for the powder days.

Tim

Tim wrote a review of on January 25, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I wear these for snowboarding. Decent quality glove. They are what I wear most of the time. The fit is true to the size. I feel like I retain a lot of dexterity with them.

The storm cuff is awkward to tighten once you have the gloves on as the tabs are small and difficult grab. Also the insulation is a little light. They are not warm enough for temps below low to mid 20's �F

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Tim wrote a review of on November 4, 2012

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had this lock for the pass couple of seasons. It is really only good for locking up one board but you can push it and get a second board tied in.

Lock is lightweight and compact. I just toss it in my hip pocket and forget it is there till it is needed.

That being said after two seasons it is starting to wear, cable does not retract as well as it used to and because of the way that you set the combination you can sometimes accidentally change the number by one position when you lock the cable.

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Tim wrote a review of on March 5, 2012

4 5

Great carving boot. The boots are stiff, warm, and very comfortable. I upgraded to these from a pair of Burton Boxers. The dual-zone lacing and modified toe box improved my boot comfort quite a bit. Used to have a pressure point at the front of my old boots that would cut into how much riding time I could get into a day. Now that is completely gone and I can ride all day long. The boot is very responsive and great when you need to really hold an edge on the icy conditions we sometimes get here on the east coast.

My only two complaint is I have had the speed zone laces loosen up on me a couple times already and I only have a few days of riding on them. Makes me wonder what happens when the lock that holds the laces in place wears out, does not look like an easy part to replace. Also the price is a bit hard to swallow, but I guess if you want absolute comfort you just have to pay for it sometimes.

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