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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on July 3, 2013

1 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'm a bass lover don't get me wrong. If all you want to do is crank these bad boys up, you will LOVE these headphones.

I use them in a work office so I like to keep them moderately low. However beware, the automated on / off switch which turns the bass amplifiers that you might love so much, off and on, is very finnicky and sucks donkey balls.

The predecessor to this model headphone was the Skullcandy Skullcrusher. Those would always have the bass on because you have a switch to turn it on and off.

However with this headphone, you need to have your volume at 40% at the minimum to be able to have the Bass amplifiers turned on, and yeah they turn on while you have it on, but guess what. If you're in a song and say some bass kicks in, you'll hear it come in. Then as soon as the bass might soften or disappear for a moment, the amplifiers turn the bass off again.

Keep in mind this only happens at 40% volume or lower.

I'm not one to keep my music low but that's just ridiculous and seems to be a manufacturing design warranty issue that they should have thought of before hand.

It does not just turn on and off when it "automatically detecs sound".

No it just turns off when it doesnt have enough bass to pick it up. These things are trash if you can't even listen to a song without turning the bass on and off, its the most annoying sense in the world.

I dont want to have to keep my music at 50% or higher all the time. You'll be getting some hearing loss if you keep that up. These things should be called the EarBleeders.

I honestly feel the Skullcandy Skullcrushers are a more basic but much more developed model than these headphones.... They only work as intended if the Volume is cranked up. have fun blasting your ears into the tinnitus world.

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on February 21, 2013

4 5

I got this bag for a trip to Whistler that I'm going on soon. My board is a 147 and because the sizes on here said the 146 cm bag is actually 150 in length I decided to try it. It fits in pretty perfectly, with the board (and bindings) stuffed in the bag I have room for my boots to stick in between the bindings and room on the front and back to stuff in extra clothes( Jacket, goggles,etc..) it is a somewhat tight squeeze but you can definitely fit most of your snowboard gear in this bad boy. if you have any doubt you can always get a size bigger to have extra room on the ends to stuff anything else into the bag if you're taking it on a flight.

The only con that I see is that it doesn't give a whole lot of protection to the board as there is no padding. I will be using some bubble wrap to protect my board before taking it on the plane.

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on January 31, 2013

5 5

This mount is great, unfortunately I couldnt upload a pic of it up on Dogfunk because the upload function is a bit buggy. I uploaded a pic of my mount at the following link:

http://s18.postimage.org/kb8bma8p5/IMG_2436.jpg

It holds my board up great. One thing to note is the things that are covering the board are moveable in both directions which makes getting your board off the wall very easy, all you do is (If the board is mounted horizontally) put the board resting on two of the mounts, and one on top somewhere, preferably the side like my picture shows so it is easier to take off, all you have to do is turn the top knob all the way up and then you can easily take your board down.

Pretty sweet mount if you ask me, worked perfectly and holds it up very firmly without any doubt in my mind.

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on January 22, 2013

5 5

Just tested this liner in the snow while Night shreddin, underneath my regular gloves. Kept my hands super warm, especially when I was smoking on the lift and had to take my regular glove off. Just had my cigarette out with my liner on, felt a little cold but nothing compared to a bear naked hand.

On a cold day I won't go back to not using a liner underneath reg gloves. Don't spent too much on liner's either. This is the perfect price, any more than $10-15 and ur gettin jacked.

These are a perfect price for a perfect liner. Fit is true to fit, I wear a Large size regular glove from Dakine so I got the Large size liner, fits perfectly.

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on August 16, 2012

5 5

Pretty steezy. However the steeze is usually one size bigger than your regular size. It needs to have at least a little bit of room to wiggle into, if its too tight on you (your regular shirt size) it will look more like a wifebeater and have zero steeze.

I usually wear a Small, actually I fit perfectly in a small size, and I got this in a medium. It fits me exactly how I want a tank to fit. SLIGHTLY loose, but not like all loose athe bottom its barely hugging my waist which is perfect. Nomis runs a little long so this goes down to about... shwang level. Just fyi. Adds to the steeze tho. Shwang steeze.

two thumbs up fo this tank

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on December 23, 2011

3 5

Its an ok watch. So many people have this watch that its just accepted as a regular watch now. If you're going for uniqueness then just don't buy this watch but for a watch it is decent. I will leave the other things aside in my review.

Based stricly off its looks and feel, it feels flimsy, the wristband portion of the watch where the lock is, it feels like a very thin metal, almost like plastic. I thought I was holding a toy when I was holding this watch. The metal isn't too high quality and the watch itself does look cool though I saw too many flaws with it.

Overall a decent watch, but I would recommend something better if you have the money.

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on October 25, 2011

5 5

This hoodie is a classic DC hoodie in my eyes. It looks just like a basic hoodie and it really is, but its classy DC style. I wear it snowboarding in a big baggy fit and I wouldn't want anything else, perfect fit, keeps you warm and has the slick DC logo on the front. Might seem basic but will always be cool to wear around.

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KamelBerriesRGoodwrote a review of on October 14, 2011

5 5

I just got this boot. I was using thirty two before and yes i know they are considered the best. After my liner was coming apart halfway into the season I called up thirty two asking for new liners and they never responded. I sent two more emails to see if they might and still no word. Customer service for thirty two is pitiful. I was disappointed to say the least and turned my head to find a better company. Burton's boots are funky and mostly heavy. DC has some very sick boots that are skater-oriented which I found more pleasing than most brands.

I rode the DC Phase for the past season and now I'm stepping it up to the DC Rogan's. The phase are very good boots, intense heel hold. These bad boys dont have as much of a grip on ur heel specifically but more for your whole foot. You will find the liner to have a strap on the top as well as a pulling harness, focused from the tip of ur feet to the ankle part of your foot. It keeps your foot EXTREMELY locked into place. These boots have the strongest hold I've ever felt on a boot and they are somewhat stiff.

They are definitely stiffer than the DC Phase but they feel like they are easy to break in and aren't TOO stiff like some boots DC makes such as the Ceptors. I just can't ride stiff boots, they feel too hard to press and angle my legs out for me.

So all in all this boot is extremely solid. Well worth the money, they're worth every penny!!!

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