AESkiNsnowboardwrote a question about Superfeet MerinoWhite Insole on December 2, 2014
Can I use these in ski boots?
Can I use these in ski boots?
Soft enough for park. Stiff enough for speed. Wide enough for powder. I was going to mount them -2 from true center...the shop mounted then completely center, ended up not making a diff. They're still perfect for all mountain, but especially park.
Had a similar style helmet in the same price range and wasn't a fan. This helmet works for me.
The left pad ripped in the front from regular riding. They held up for 4 months. I ordered a higher end pair hoping they can withstand longer.
It's the only insole that is firm enough to support my arch. Other insoles collapse and become useless.
Yep, it's true. Worked amazing in Breck when it dumped. Extremely fun in the park on rails and big jumps.
I replaced my Five Ten Freerider with the Spitfire. I made the switch because the spitfire has a softer tongue, which is definitely more comfortable on longer rides.
The only downside is that they are not as grippy with the Stealth C1 as the S1's were. It's great for trails and jumping for when I have to quickly move my feet. It was just nice to have the S1's grip like glue for DH.
I personally had to size up to fit in them with my custom footbed. These boots really live up to the full tilt hype. I had a pair of Salomon Ghost's which I loved, but hated getting in and out of them. Bought FT's and solved my issue, plus they're a lot lighter. I highly recommend them.
I used to slip off my pedals dirt jumping, but not anymore. Only complaint is that I like to wear low socks and the tongue is so stiff that it digs into my skin. Issue can be resolved with socks that go above my ankle, but eh. Put a band-aid over the tongue for now.
I demoed these skis in a powder day. Hit pillows, jumped off cliffs, trees, and some spinning. I loved that it was so light and poppy.
Is it supposed to come with an audio cord? Mine didn't come with one.
Love the included manpon.
Bought 2 pairs.
They should have called this board the Panini, cause this board can PRESS! I love the soft flex for rails and medium jumps. Works just as well in the pow. I highly recommend it with not a single complaint.
Tried out a couple of shorts, returning the others and def. keeping this one.
Felt some pressure on the forehead so thanks to Backcountry I was able to exchange it for a size up. Great looking helmet! Warm on the ears too...
I was looking for any company that had a skier or snowboarder graphic on their shirt. I came across this shirt and was sold on the graphic.
They are a hassle to slide over the knee cap. If it weren't for the painful inner stitching that cuts into your skin, I would have tried a size up. While wearing them, the top mesh fit perfectly, but the bottom mesh felt way too tight causing them to be uncomfortable. Back in the box they go :(
Holy Crap! I thought the Pickle was the best board until I rode the Street Series. If you love park and pow this board is for you! My second time on this board I began landing 3's and 5's and hitting much harder rails that you had to ollie up to hit, which seemed more intimidating before. With this board you think about spinning and pressing and it just does it. I haven't taken it out on the pow yet but I'm sure the rocker will hold up as well as the Pickle did. I went down from a 156 to the 149! I'm 5"9 and 160 lbs. I'll be honest you will only run into 2 issues - not so stable at high speeds and for big jumps you have to land pretty centered or the board will wash out on it's tail being that it's super soft to make you super human for butters.