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larry williams

larry williams

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larry williamswrote a review of on November 11, 2016

Lots of Boot for Littles of Money
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this last season because my first pare was shot. I had the same boot but 3 season older. I loved my first pare because of the soft flex and they were super warm. The new liner molds have a portion that holds your heel down. It makes turning more effortless. adjust easy. soft flex. good material. light weight. look good. They are a park boot but I ride them everywhere and love them to death.

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larry williamswrote a review of on November 4, 2016

Solid
5 5

I bought this helmet before last season. I put probably 30-40 days on it so far and could not be happier. It's very simple and stylish. My smith vice goggles fit under it really well. I love the mips because I don't need to get a new helmet after I take a solid tumble. It seems big at first but once it's on you don't notice it. Only think I've noticed that I don't love love love is that the wait covers that were black have started to fade because of how much I have worn it in the sun. And no I didn't just leave it in my car for it to get baked. I would swiftly recommend this to a friend or stranger

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larry williamswrote a review of on December 27, 2015

5 5

I have the 2015 Flux RL. Really good bindings. Love the tool less adjustment. The straps on flux make for incredible board to boot control. It's like it increases your board control making for a more "tight" or "touchy" ride with out squeezing your feet purple. The high back is really tweak-able. This binding is really comfortable. I mainly ride park with this binding. I wear a pair or 11.5 32 86ft boots and my bindings are a large.

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larry williamswrote a review of on December 27, 2015

5 5

I have the 2015 Flux RL. Really good bindings. Love the tool-less adjustment. The straps on flux make for incredible board to boot control. It's like it increases your board control making for a more "tight" or "touchy" ride with out squeezing your feet purple. The high back is really tweak-able. This binding is really comfortable. I mainly ride park with this binding. I wear a pair or 11.5 32 86ft boots and my bindings are a large.

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larry williamswrote a review of on December 27, 2015

5 5

I bough the 2015 model of this board and have put about 7 days on it this year. It's super fun to carve with and does really well anywhere you ride it. It is a bit stiff but still press able and is extremely snappy! Wonderful on jumps! I love the 3bt and don't think I can go back now. The asym is a really fun good ride. I read one review that said it skidded on the turns but I have to disagree. It's a really fun ride and holds an edge well. I mainly ride park with this board. I am 6' 170lds and ride a 156

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larry williamswrote a review of on January 15, 2013

5 5

its warm, and functional. it fits really well. i feel like im wearing a fine peace of designer clothing that has been taylored to fit me. the long lean body keeps everything together like a sports bra for snow. the lack of extra sag and waisted faberic keeps it clean and the ladys coming. (if thats what you're looking for) on the tech. side, this jacket is waterproof on wet days and the gairers keep the snow out on cold powder days. the insilation makes it easy to get up and go with no nead for a hoodie underneth making things a little less crouded. for a reference point i am 6' and 175lb with oragatang arms, but really a fairly common figure. if you are questioning your self take my advice and get it. airblaster is the future comfort name of snowboarding.

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