Got a pair of the red ones for my older nephew and he was very pleased. Great summer shoes.
I got these for my nephew and who has a new favorite pair of shoes? He is four and *called* me to say thank you. My only wish is that the shark pair came in MY size.
I wanted a down jacket, but must be in the required uniform color (black) and of course, shiny.
Kinda bummed the weather warmed up, because I wore it for three weeks straight.
It is 800 fill, so probably fairly tight
600-fill goose down insulation.
shipping weight is 2.2lbs.
This is a brilliant over jacket. Perfect for that winter to spring transition and runs large enough for layering. Packs up nice and small.
It is important to make sure that you are wearing the best ski goggles when you carve down the mountainside. Sunglasses may look cool, and they may work in a pinch in perfect weather, but good skiing goggles are a priority.
What should you look for when deciding on which skiing goggles to buy? The best rated ski goggles all have the same features in varying degrees of quality. Be sure to look for this info first:
Are they polarized ski goggles?
Do they have anti-fog technology?
Are they 100% protective against UV rays?
Do they have dual lenses?
Every pair of skiing goggles worth the money you fork over will have ‘Yes’ as the answer to each of those questions.
Don’t be scared to spend a little extra for high quality goggles. Pants, jackets, poles, and skis themselves don’t suffer from being second hand. But the protection of your face, especially your eyes, is a concern you should take seriously.
Following are best ski goggles reviews. Use these a starting point for your own research into the best ski goggles for you.
Finally decided to trade up from my lace up Northwaves. I didn't want to, those things are comf, but I am now thanking myself. These are so much lighter and you know Flow knows what riders like. These run a bit stiffer for max downhill action. Sleek and about 1/3 the weight of my old boots, why did I wait so long?
I'm generally a Flow rider, but got these to trick out a board and DANG. Light as all get out. All the Burton details you come to know and love, like adjustability and comfort. Noice.
Channel disc included!
Storm bashed in last night and I didn't bring a coat. All I had was this. Did I notice? NO.
Not your normal sweatshirt since the snow wicked off like the thing was main of rain-x. Not to mention mega-stylin.
Runs slightly large for layering goodness.
Seriously? This burly little number does it all. Stashes for you stash, laptop pocket that would keep it safe if you launched it into space, and that buckle? Getouttatown.
It came recommended to me by a rock star
(http://www.wtiirecords.com/releases/release.php?pid=wtii076) who takes it on tour to keep all the shizzle in place, so you know it can take a beating and still make you look GOOD.