This bottle looks great, it does a good job at keeping the water cool. No metallic taste from the bottle either. My only dislike is that you cannot simply chug the water when you are really thirsty, because the release valve for the air pressure is fairly small and blocked by a rubber stopper. Although that feature does do a good job at stopping the water from pouring all over you. Overall, a pretty good little water bottle.
To be fair, I may have gotten a defective helmet. But the on that I received looked really cheap, the plastic was coming off along the edges, and you could see air bubbles underneath the top coat. I ended up returning the helmet, with ease, thanks to Backcountry.com and I purchased another helmet.
The goggles you are looking for, are the Polarized Crowbar Snow, with the Jet Black Frames and H.I. Amber lens.
They have those on this site, use this item number "OAK1823" on the backcountry.com search, and then select the H.I. Amber lens or whichever you want, in the drop down menu.
That should be what you are looking for, hopefully this helps you.
I have a pretty narrow head, and a lot of the bigger sunglasses look weird on me, but these ones work great, so you should be fine.
These goggles have a great fit to them, especially when you wear them with a helmet. As always the Oakley lens is amazing. I have the Black Iridium and the H.I. Yellow. The black iridium is perfect for those bluebird days, and if the clouds come and bless you with snow they still work beautifully. The H.I. Yellow work great for night riding, or if you know ahead of time that the snow will fly, then these will keep you riding all day. These goggles are definitely the perfect choice for your goggle needs.
These are pretty good goggles, but just not as good as what other things Oakley has to offer. I suppose if you have a really big noggin like charlie brown then these might be your only option. Even with their size, they don't circulate air well, which can cause a bit of foggage, not often, but it does happen. Unless you just love the look, I would stick with some crowbars or the a-frames. Also, these do not work with most helmets, the plastic on the side sticks out too far.
If you only ride with one pair of bindings this is the set you need. They are amazingly comfortable, especially with the toecap strap. The adjustable high back keeps you strong through any kind of snowboarding. Even with all of this comfort, you still have complete control over the board. Even if you aren't a Burton person, you need these bindings.
I rode this board in spring conditions up in Sun Valley Idaho, which had shear ice in the mornings and several inches of slush in the afternoon, this board handled like it was no problem at all. I couldn't even tell that I was on ice.
After that trip, I took it up to the Canyons on a pow day, rode in the backcountry with several feet of champagne powder. The board handled beautifully, although most boards would anyway. The MTX system is amazing, definitely buy this board.
They have the board in a wide version, I don't see it on this site, but I have a size 12 boot and it works perfectly with my 161W.
These glasses are perfect for anything, take them mountain biking and they are glued to your head, I crash plenty and they don't budge. You can even take them wake boarding, just don't wreck or you'll be watching your $150 sink to the bottom of the lake. These glasses look amazing also, plenty of compliments will be coming your way with these babies locked to your face.
This backpack is perfect for school, I am in college and it carries all my text books, but yet it still looks pretty narrow on your back âÂ so you don't look like a hunchback wandering around campus trying to keep from falling over backwards. Haven't taken it boarding yet, I have another bag for that, but I think it would be a great bag for riding also. I bought the white one, its a little high maintenance, unless you are dirty and don't care if you look clean, but its worth it, because when its clean, it looks sick. BUY IT!!!
They only come with one lens set, the one in the frame, but you can easily buy new ones and switch them out for any occasion. None of these are polarized, I don't know why the specs say they are. They are some sick glasses though, well worth it!