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Vincent Laroza

Vincent Laroza

Taos Ski Valley

Vincent Laroza's Bio

I've been boarding TSV all my life and so I'm a mountain rider but I'm always down to hit a new feature in the park. Still, trees and powder are where I belong.

Vincent Laroza

Vincent Larozawrote a review of on September 14, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the best belt I've ever had in terms of comfort and it has proven to be plenty durable so far. The stretch in the elastic hugs your waist and the buckle isn't too heavy or cumbersome. It's comfortable and the only negative thing about it is that both sides of the buckle are pretty wide so it takes a little longer to thread the belt through your loops but you get used to it and once it's on, there's nothing wrong with it.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on September 14, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really like the material/comfort of this shirt and the fit too. It's a pretty long shirt, which may or may not be your style but I don't mind it. I prefer a little bit shorter of a shirt though. I have the white one and it looks dope, the v-neck is the perfect depth.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on July 24, 2013

2 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The belt first looks awesome because of the overall style and the heavy-duty look of the teeth. I had a similar belt with thinner teeth before this that bent so I was looking forward to having this one for a long time. After about 2 weeks of wearing this belt every day, a pin slipped out of the buckle, rendering it useless because I can't find the damn pin! The buckle should be more well-designed so that the pins have a means of staying in the buckle more securely. Until that happens, I would not recommend this belt because it may look cool but it will probably break after a short while.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on June 28, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These shorts are sweet, they're made of quality material and stylish snaps that are hidden so the pockets don't suck. They're comfortable for me at 5'10"; they pass my knees but not completely so they don't look ghetto. They're just great shorts, especially for the sale price.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on March 13, 2013

4 5

There is a lot I could say about these goggles! To start, I've owned the Zeal HD iON's for about half a season and they're definitely awesome! First, the goggles themselves are top notch, slightly too big for my face, but that's my only complaint about the goggles themselves. The mirror lens looks cool and is versatile for different weather (plenty of protection in the sun and good visibility in low light), the straps are durable, and they're not that heavy for a camera goggle. As for the camera, the quality is everything you expect it to be and the preset quality is 720p 60fps "because it's the best." It doesn't capture that much texture or detail in bright light but in other conditions, it's fine!
Bottom Line: If you like the idea of the camera goggles, you're going to love these, Zeal executed them nicely.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on November 22, 2012

5 5

I've rocked this board for 2 seasons now and there have been some minor improvements from last year. It has a slight setback for riding pow now which really helps increase float. The materials are top notch and the edges are more impact resistant this year. The Mtn. Twin performs all over the mountain, it's just not for buddering. If you love the mountain more than the park, I highly reccomend this board.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on November 22, 2012

5 5

This boot is everything it says it is, high quality materials, warm and comfortable considering how stiff it is. The boot holds my foot in place completely, I had no heel lift so far and it really supports my ankle in sketchy situations. I like the color scheme and all the features of the boot. If you want to carve or really tear it up, these boots are for you. They also seem really durable so they'll last a long time.
I have now ridden the T1's pretty hard for about a season and they are holding up really well. I made some adjustments to them but any problems I had were fixed with heat-molding. I like these because you can tighten up the ankle and the laces allow for some flexibility and super fun jibbin.

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Vincent Larozawrote a review of on November 11, 2012

5 5

These pants are warm, super waterproof, stylish, and they can save your life. They come at a great price for being Recco equipped which will make ski patrollers find you easily when you take a dive in an avalanche. The pocket situation is sick and the fit is pretty good too, but you can always throw on a belt if the pants are too phat at the waist.

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