hbtfurther100069586

hbtfurther100069586

hbtfurther100069586

hbtfurther100069586 wrote a review of on February 7, 2010

4 5

Peripheral range is second to none. Color schemes to match any kit. Optics is on par with the "O". But, and there is always a but, these bad-boys will fog during those 31 degree pow-days. The I/O's, like any goggles will fog up faster than a fart in a one-piece if you are prone to the sweatstacio like I am. If that is case, go turbo. Smith prodigy turbo.

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hbtfurther100069586

hbtfurther100069586 wrote a review of on February 6, 2010

4 5

The only reason I gave these boots four stars is A) I like being the dick professor who doesn't believe in a perfect score and B) The Gold Intuition liners need to be dialed in by a foot tech who knows their business. These liners will define the fit of the boot. Get your insoles, don't be cheap, buy them. The issue is that the overlap near the seam of the top-foot (lowest buckle) area needs to be perfectly overlapping, the liners need to wrap and fit in the boot perfect, and don't be afraid of pain when baking them. Buckle your boots tighter than L. Vonn on the Hahnenkamm. The performance is a neutral stance. Pretty stiff (140 setting) but super smooth articulation due to the three-piece construction. And remember Kermit was a ganster and miss piggy was a high maintenance hog who lost her frog to phat powder and huckin' stuff. God, I love huckin' stuff.

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