Skier by day, pirate by night.
This jacket kills it. The insulation is just enough in it to keep the cold out, but you don't bake on those warm days. Super comfortable, killer style. It has pockets like whoah! Removable hood/liner are nice touches, as is the ipod pocket.
the deadbolts have you deadbolted down for sure. they keep you in when you want to, and let you go when you need to. These are pretty lightweight, but at the same time are burly enough to keep you in place. I have not had any problems with prereleasing.
The gordas absolutely kill it in the pow. Hands down. No debate. Thats it. best ski I have ever skied in the pow. They are ridiculously light and launch anything you want to, and just go massive. They will stomp any landing you throw at them as well.
Only down side is they refuse to carve a turn on the hard pack. If all you are skiing is bottomless then you cant beat these. If you want a bit more versatility check out the:
The only problem with putting these on bacon's is that the brake is only 96mm and the waist on the bacon's are 115mm, so you would have to get a wider brake or try and bend them out to fit.check out http://www.backcountry.com/store/HEA0037/Tyrolia-Peak-12-15-18-Fat-Brake.html for brakes up to 130mm for these bindings
no, they will not
Great pants, amazingly waterproof. They have a baggy fit, but not obnoxiously baggy. Sick style, and the ladies dig em.
great watch, really dig the minimalist style. one thing to note on the all black option is that the mark indicating seven o'clock is actually yellow, not silver like the other eleven marks.
these gloves rock, sooooo styley, and the ladies dig em for sure. They are defiantly a pipe/spring glove, Very light weight, no insulation, no water proofing, great grip and dexterity.