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Brian J Miller

Brian J Miller

Brentwood, TN

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Brian J Miller

Brian J Millerwrote a review of on March 29, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

After using a pair on the slopes and around the village for a week in warmish (spring ski) temps I came to buy a second pair that won't live in my ski bag the rest of the winter.

Agree completely with the other reviews at the time of writing, these are stellar gloves for mildly cold days. Finding gloves that provide dexterity is challenging and these exceeded my expectations on that front (and I'm picky). The touch device support works reasonably well (for a glove). And they are incredibly comfortable from the liner to the supple leather.

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Brian J Miller

Brian J Millerwrote a review of on March 15, 2007

4 5

I have successfully fogged every pair of goggles I have owned, even on cold days. This pair has proved that while they still fog a little when the fan is off, a chair lift ride with the fan on generally removes the fog, and skiing with it on low usually prevents the fog from forming in the first place. Calling the fan "silent", especially when wearing a helmet is a bit of a stretch, but I will admit I prefer to see and occasionally have the noise, than to not see at all. Only downside I have seen is that the lens does a weird tinting thing when there are two different temperatures applied. Once it clears they are fine, but until it does it makes seeing very difficult, again I'll live with it. The form factor of the newer generations is vastly improved over the old ones too, no more monster goggles.

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Brian J Millerwrote a review of on July 26, 2005

5 5

I don't have much to add to the other comments already under this item, but did wish to confirm their accuracy. Jacket is stylish, yet effective against wind and moisture. Very comfortable and sharp. No complaints so far, though I suspect it will get more heavy usage this fall and winter, and definitely next spring when I intend to ski in it on those warmer spring days!

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