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adventuremomwrote a review of on January 9, 2009

4 5

My son raves about these boots. They are very light and somewhat compact (for a snowboot) so they fit into his backpack for snow days. The don't seem to be as heavy duty as some other boots so I'm not sure how they'll stand up to a long day playing in the snow but they're great for school. We haven't had enough snow yet to try them for a big day of play but I'll update after that. Otherwise he loves them and doesn't want to take them off.

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adventuremomwrote a review of on January 9, 2009

4 5

I bought my 10 year old son these poles and they worked just fine. He's about 4'10" and I got him the 42" which seemed just right with a little growing room. He thought they looked really cool which is important to 10 year olds so he was happy. These were a good value since I've seen other kids poles at local sporting goods stores for $60+.

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adventuremomwrote a review of on January 9, 2009

4 5

I'm a 44 year old mom and loved these! They are very comfortable and I especially liked to shorter length so there wasn't all that extra fabric in the boot. The fabric is soft (more like a cotton than a shiny lycra) and they have good give. They are a lower cut that sits more on the hips than the waist and I think the sizing runs big (I wear a size 12 and fit just fine into the size large). By the sizing chart I should have bought an XL.

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adventuremomwrote a review of on January 9, 2009

4 5

We only used these over a weekend but them seemed just fine. I bought my 10 year a size large which are a little big but give him some growing room. We didn't have any problems with ripping but maybe it's different since he skis and they were a little big. My son really liked to the look and they seemed to keep his hands warm.

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