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Asher's Passions

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big pow turns and big barrels.

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blackedout wrote a review of on October 13, 2013

4 5

Fit: Runs large

It's a minimalist jacket with exceptional materials. Construction of the jacket seems awesome. Looking forward to using it.

Definitely runs big - I'm 5'8" 155 lbs and I got the size Small. Sleeves are too long. My brother got the Size medium after seeing how the jacket fit on me, he's 6'2". His sleeves are too long as well.

Length is a little short on both of our jackets but I think they will work out great.

Definitely the jackets is cut for really, really fit people.

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blackedout wrote an answer about on April 12, 2013

from what the the guys at ON3P have told me, the Wren is not a powder ski, it's more geared towards leftovers, chunder and PNW crud...might want to check out Blister's review of the Bodacious - sounds like the monster you're looking for...

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blackedout wrote an answer about on January 28, 2013

yes. get them. your knees will thank you. i'll never ride anything else, i even use them for touring cause i care about my health more than the extra weight. land switch in these for a few straight seasons and you wont ever consider riding a ski that doesnt have them.

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blackedout wrote a question about on January 6, 2013

The Megawatt is going to be my charging ski for touring around Mammoth, cat trips and heli skiing.

Going to mount the Megas up with the MFD Alltime + FKS 140 XXL or Marker Barons.

My daily driver is the line Opus and I ride it center mounted on the factory center line.

Where do I mount the megawatts to get the same feel?

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blackedout wrote a review of on January 5, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had this jacket for 5 years, and now every single rider in my crew has the jacket. Even my old man is getting one this year.

It's great for resort riding and for checking the surf at the crack of dawn in the middle of winter on the central coast.

I've worn the jacket at jackson hole, 5 degrees full blown snowstorm, never anything more than a dri-fit T shirt underneath.

It's very trim for a puffy so you don't look like the michelin man.

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blackedout wrote a review of on January 5, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

super comfy

great fit with helmets

lens options are great, but a pain in the a$$ to change out!

they fog if you crash in the pow. (i reckon most goggles do)

I've run these goggles for 5 seasons now. the key is 2 pair with different lenses, changing lenses is really annoying.

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blackedout wrote a review of on January 5, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Pollard made a ski that literally surfs. It's the smoothest, most fun ski in tight trees, pillowy sections, and fun chutes ive ever ridden. my go-to ski at mammoth on storm days. it turns on a dime with no effort - its not a charger, but you've got to be going 40+ to actually push the limits of the ski.

get the 192. I'm a tiny guy and wish I did. it skis very, very short.

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