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Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collett

, Gearhead

Salt Lake City, UT

Jeremy Collett's Passions

Fly Fishing
Biking
Snowboarding
Hiking & Camping
Paddling
Running
Climbing

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on February 5, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Burton joined up with Spark to make a binding that truly excels in the backcountry. Spark bindings have the quickest and easiest transition from walk to ride mode out there, and dual-height risers that can be flipped with your pole basket, make climbing a breeze. Burton's highbacks and straps make this binding feel just as good on the downhill as the ones on my solid board, which can't be said about many of the other splitboard bindings currently on the market. The only downside I can think of with this binding is that is it's a little on the heavier side, however I think it's downhill performance tromps the added grams. If you're looking for a compete splitboard setup, I'd recommend getting a Burton board, as it will come with the Voile pucks needed for this binding system. If you are using these on any other brand board, make sure you also purchase the voile pucks.

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on February 5, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This helmet is awesome! Personally, I think it's one of the better looking helmets out there if you're in to freeriding/freestyle skiing/snowboarding. It's also incredibly lightweight, and has plenty of ventilation, so I barely notice I have it on. At $110 it's also one of the cheaper options out there, so getting this helmet is a "no brainer" (hehe, see what I did there?). Seriously though, I've been using the smith Maze for 4 years now and have no complaints, it's a great helmet for the price and if you're willing to spend $30 more, I'd recommend getting the added protection from the MIPS version.

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on January 29, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

A super fun park board that also rips the whole mountain! I usually ride a 150 park board but sized up to a 152 in this one so it would be better for jumping and all mountain riding. So far I'm really impressed with how well it carves, and with how poppy it is. I'd say the flex is right around 5.6-6 out of 10 making it a great board for rails and jumps. I also have friends that ride this as a pow board in a size up from their normal size, so it really is an all around awesome board!

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on January 29, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This thing f*%kin charges! It carves super well and feels extremely stable at ripping groomers. Being Bode's board there's no surprise that this board really excels at dropping cliffs and hitting jumps into pow. It's stiff enough to give you a stable landing platform but still soft enough to be playful. It's a true twin, but I ride it about an inch set back from center for more float. I have about a dozen days on this board so far and couldn't be more stoked on it. Highly recommend!!

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on January 15, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Put these on the burton hitch hikers because it was impossible to flip the heel risers without bending down and using your fingers. I've used them a few times and they are total game changers! It's easy to flip them with your powder basket saving both time and energy!

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on January 1, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This book is perfect recording observations on snowpack, and weather conditions in the backcounty. It keeps my observations organized so I can go back and review them whenever I want. If you spend a lot of time in the backcountry I'd highly recommend scooping this little booklet up or at least carrying a note pad.

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on December 21, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs large
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 130 lbs

These boots are pretty sweet although they run pretty large and I would recommend sizing down anywhere from a half to a full size. I was looking for something with a little more insulation for wearing up to the mountain on cold snowy days so I ultimately returned them. They seem like they would be a good choice for those looking for a casual boot to wear around town in colder months.

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on December 10, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 130 lbs
Size Purchased: Small

These pant's have all the right features a touring pant should have. The bib is high enough to keep snow out, but not too high that you overheat. Speaking of overheating, these pants have HUGE side vents that allow a ton of air flow, and the fly/front zip also doubles as a vent, so it's super easy to dump heat on the way up. There are also two large thigh pockets that are great for carrying snacks, cell phone, pass, etc, and a two smaller bib pockets that fit most beacons. Last, thing I love about these pants is the thin suspender straps that fit perfect under backpack straps. In my opinion Arcteryx really crushed it with the design of this pant and I would highly recommend them to anyone who spends a lot of time in the backcountry.

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Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on November 27, 2018

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 135 lbs
Size Purchased: Small

It's hard to find a Gore-Tex pant in the $200 range so I purchased these, they seemed to be well-made, however they were very baggy, which ultimately brought me to return them. They are especially baggy around the knees, and the material on both legs rubbed together a lot when walking. They might be fine for resort riding but I wouldn't recommend them to anyone planning on doing much hiking.

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