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I use the backcountry site for snowboarding gear, layers, and sometimes just plain 'ol clothes

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I live in the Detroit area and escape out West for at least one snowboarding excursion per winter. I've been boarding for 3 seasons now and while I'm no pro in the terrain park I feel like I can keep up with most. One day I'll try some fun jumps, but not just yet...

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spa2749349 wrote a review of on March 2, 2009

5 5

I just returned from a Detroit-to-Utah-and-back trip and used this bag to hold my board, boots, helmet, and lots of extra layers. It held everything so that all I had to pack otherwise was a small carry-on! I did purchase a luggage strap to wrap around the middle, just in case, but despite a little wear-and-tear on the fabric, this bag held up great, the wheels were super helpful and it was the perfect size to hold lots of gear and THEN some. Highly recommended, esp if you can catch in on Brociety for $40!!!

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spa2749349 wrote a review of on February 20, 2009

4 5

I bought the chive jacket (L) (~$115 on SteepandCheap) and it was definitely worth it. I am 5'10 w/ longer arms, and while the inner jacket is a tad short in the arms, the outer shell more than covers it. Inner jacket is a good for spring/fall temps, shell hood is removable (zipper), pockets are lined with soft fabric... The only complaint is I would like another pocket or two. Both layers have 2 outer and 1 inner pocket.

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spa2749349 wrote a review of on February 20, 2009

3 5

I ordered the Cranberry/White (W's) helmet, and admit I ordered a L when I should have gotten a M... But it is just a big helmet with a large profile. I ended up going with a Giro Ember (women's) and it's much more sleek and also has soft and fuzzy ear pads and chin strap!

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