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jon32191238617wrote a review of on April 14, 2011

5 5

I got this shell about a month ago, and have been absolutely thrilled with it so far. Most TNF shells in the past have had more of a skier cut, and this has a baggier cut, which I prefer. Really good feature set; great placement of the core venting zips (I like that they don't have mesh, though I know others prefer it). The Fabric has held up really well so far, though the bright yellow is prone to smudging from my black gloves (has happened on every jacket I've ever owned). Lots of pockets, and I really like the goggle wipe included in the forearm pocket on the left hand. Definitely recommend the jacket to anyone looking for a good technical shell.

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jon32191238617wrote a review of on January 7, 2011

5 5

I've ridden this board for 4 days now, 2 days on groomers and chop off piste and 2 days in powder. The flex is definitely on the stiff side of things, so if you're not on your game, the board will throw you around a little. That being said, if you ride hard, this board can handle everything you throw at it.

It carved very well on groomers (side note: the magnetraction on this board is the most pronounced out of the 4 lib/gnu boards I've owned) and rode switch pretty easily. The board has lots of pop, particularly if you load the tail first.

As for float in the pow, the board performs comparably to other reverse camber boards I've ridden around this size (155). That is to say its better than a cambered board of similar size in pow, but wouldnt compare to a tapered board like Burton Malolo or a Capita Charlie Slasher.

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jon32191238617wrote a review of on November 7, 2008

5 5

I have last years model, which is my second T6, and I absolutely love it. Great edge grip, incredibly fast, craves like a dream. The honeycomb core keeps its flex a lot longer than any wood core board. I rode my first T6 for over 150 days before it started to get a little soft. Very stiff and responsive, so not recommended for beginner or intermediate riders.

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jon32191238617wrote a review of on March 6, 2008

4 5

This is the second pair of AK clutch gloves that I have owned (the previous pair was stolen), and they are by far the best gloves that I have ever owned. They are completely waterproof, very comfy, and will keep your hand's warm at very cold temperatures. The only problem is that this year's model does not include what I call "idiot straps" (last year's model included them); the elastic bands that go around your wrist so you can take your gloves off without fear of losing them.

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