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Victor wrote a review of on December 7, 2010

5 5

Great utility winter jacket. It has been bitterly cold in Upstate New York and this jacket has done exceptionally well at keeping me warm. The PrimaLoft is just the right amount of insulation. I wouldn't take this skiing due to lack of core venting but it is great for everyday winter wear. I'm 6'1" and 200lbs, the Large is perfect and I can easily fit a sweater or sweatshirt underneath.

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Victor wrote a review of on January 31, 2010

5 5

I really like these boots. At first I wasn't sure what to make of the "lightweight chargers and heavier skiers who want a race fit" in the description. I'm 6'1" 200lbs 29.5 boot size with a pretty average foot width and calf volume and the Pro boot fits great. Out of the box, they were a little uncomfortable. It took about 3-4 trips to the mountain to break them in but now they are very nice, no complaints. You might have problems if you have wider feet or high volume calves.

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Victor wrote an answer about on May 10, 2009

I recently took this on a week vacation to Cabo and although I had another bag, I could have packed everything in here. I packed 4 pairs of board shorts, 4 pairs of shorts, 2 pairs of pants, about 8 t-shirts, 3 polo shirts, 3 collared shirts as well as toiletries, a spare pair of flip flops and underwear. I also detached the small backpack and put my computer, AC cord, iPod, camera, passport, wallet and headphones in it. Be warned that it will not fit a 15 in computer though. I have a 15 in MacBook and it stuck out the top, not a huge deal for me though. I rolled that load most of the time but carried it in backpack mode though the airport when rolling wasnt convienient and it wasnt a problem, I'm a 6'1" 180 lb guy though. If you're a tall thin female with back issues I would roll the main bag and carry the small pack all of the time. That being said, I am extremely happy with this purchase, the bag(s) are incredibly well made and sharp looking. It fit perfectly into a Continental overhead compartment (with the smaller bag under my seat).

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Victor wrote a review of on May 10, 2009

5 5

I use this bag for med school and its great. I put my computer in the built in sleeve, which I can access from a separate zipper on the side. I'm also usually carrying a power cord, a few books, water bottle, sunglasses case, some workout clothes and food. It's the perfect size and comfortable under a heavy load. The smaller compartments are great for organizing keys, pens etc and I can reach back, unzip, access and re-zip a side pocket without taking the pack off. Solid Oakley product!

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Victor wrote a review of on March 9, 2009

5 5

Giro does helmets best! Very comfortable, fits Oakley goggles well (I use the A frames) and keeps my head very comfortable in the coldest conditions. Recently went skiing solo and it was great to have music from my iPod on the chair. I made a few calls through the helmet and my music was paused automatically. The audio while using the phone is very good, even on a chairlift, people had no problem hearing me at all. Easy to use controls, even with gloves on. If your phone has bluetooth it will work with this helmet, you do however need to get the Skullcandy bluetooth adapter for your iPod.

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Victor wrote a review of on March 9, 2009

5 5

I'm a new skier (former snowboarder). Started skiing on other skis this season, bought these after getting an amazing deal on them. I ski on the east coast and these skis are awesome in the harder, icier conditions we have here. Awesome skis, can't wait for next year so I can use them for the entire season.

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