Whitetail, Appalachian Trail area, Sunset Beach
I really like this case. keeps my goggles safe and there is plenty of room and a place for my spare lens for the occasional day-time riding. only thing i don't like, i wish it was hard sided. then i would feel better just throwing it in my bag. but there are other cases for that and bought this one instead. and i'm happy with that decision.
without a doubt i would say yes. i have size 14 boots, helmet, pants, jacket, multiple pairs of gloves and goggles, multiple hats, and assorted crap. there is so much room in it, i find myself not cleaning it out often enough because everything fits. so now i have random crap like stickers, old lift tickets, and socks i don't wear in there.
great shirt for showin' some Burton love. well made and looks great. fits true to size so go with what works for you.
nice, cool looking, and well made t-shirt. what more do you need from a shirt?? fits true to size.
a stomp pad is a must for your snowboard. and as far as stomp pads go, this one is great. it provides the needed function plus it looks cool without covering up or taking away from the design on your board. my only advice would be to buy 2 packs. that way you can use the studs to make much cooler designs. also, make sure to put the time in to the prep work so the studs stick.
cool shirt. fits well and seems to be made with quality materials. lives up to The North Face standards. fits like my other shirts, so go with the size you normally buy.
Depends how you wear it. I'm 6'5" 190 and I wear an XL, so I would say you're a medium or large. The shirt fits pretty true to size, so I'd get whatever you normally get.
picked one up for my wife and she loved it. no complaints on fit or comfort. she wore it all evening and said she forgot it was even there.
black works great for blue bird days, pink for lower light. to be honest, i would think about avoiding pink. a friend has them and she complains that it's too bright during the day and too dark at night. so if you do both, it might work, but i would consider specializing a lens to your riding conditions (time of day).
there is a lot of extra room. if you want, you probably could fit most of your gear in there, but it would make it tight. jacket/pants, no problem. boots, depends on how big and my concern would be my boots possibly scratching my board. but i'm sure they would have the space.
My wife got these for me for Christmas and I love them. super comfortable and worked great. no fogging and clear vision. could wear for hours with no issues. can't ask for much more from a goggle. and to top it off, they look great.
I picked this up mainly for storing my board in the summer and it's worked great. plenty of room for my big board (162) with room for extra stuff if i want. easy to carry and well balanced. i got this to match my boot locker and camera bag and it all works great and looks great together. wouldn't hesitate to buy another bag from Dakine!
i picked up some hi-intensity yellow lens for my night riding and love them. makes boarding much easier than my old Oakley lenses that were slightly darker (don't know exactly which lens they were). have not had any issues and would highly recommend to anyone who go out at night.
I picked up an older version of this hoodie and love it! warm, comfortable, and fits great. what more do you want from a hoodie? if anything it might fit about 1/2 a size large, but still works.
I have 14s and they fit fine, so i would say yes.
short answer, yes. longer answer, it will but it'll be tight and not the most protected if you still have the camera block in. i wouldn't do it for a long trip, but if you need to pack light and are going to be careful, it would work.
i know this question is old, but I'll answer it in case someone else wants to know. if you take the camera block out, you'll have plenty of room for a couple layers, food, the dog, the kitchen sink. ok, ok, maybe it's not that big, but it's got plenty of room. if you have the camera block in, you'll be able to fit a light layer or two or maybe part of a heavier layer, but it would be tight. you also could fit some food (depending on what you're talking about) if you want. the problem would be, the other big pocket (other than where the camera goes) is narrow. i usually put books and magazines there when I'm traveling. but it has a few extra smaller pockets including a pocket with an adjustable top strap for a water bottle. i think it would be great for a day pack or a camera pack, but probably not both at the same time unless you make sacrifices on both ends.
These bindings rock! I have them paired with a Burton Operator board and I couldn't be happier. The EST system gives you limitless possibilities with your setup, and if you (or the slopes) has a screw driver handy, you can make quick adjustments to fit how you're riding that day. They are super comfortable and preform really well. I would advise checking out youtube for some tips on setting them up if you've never had EST bindings before. They really let you dial in a custom setup designed just for you and your riding style.
this bag is great for carrying your dslr camera and all the 'junk' that goes with it. i currently have our Canon xsi, 18-55 lens, 50 lens, 75-300 lens, two boxes of filters, lens hoods, fish-eye adapter, remote shutter release, plus all the accessories that come with the camera. and i still have room.
we first took this bag with us to the beach. it was perfect because we had our bikes and we were able to get to remote areas of the beach and still comfortable take our camera. so were able to easily get some shots that otherwise wouldn't have happened. plus with the interior bag, i wasn't worried about sand. and sure enough, we had no problems. the strap on the back was perfect for the tripod and the rain cover gives you that extra feeling of safety. i also the water bottle pocket to be very convenient. the extra pockets for perfect for packing stuff for the trip and also for putting extra stuff you might need for a photo-shoot.
all and all, i think this is a great camera bag. it is big, but it's comfortable to carry and looks cool. Even if you don't have a big camera (or any camera) this bag is a great bag!
i bought this jacket for my wife and she wears it all the time. i was suprised how warm this jacket kept her. this jacket looks good and not out of place when she is dressed nice for work or even in sweatpants on her way to a friends house. as a matter of fact, she likes it so much she now wants the hooded version.
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