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Cheryl F.

Cheryl F.

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Cheryl F.

Cheryl F.wrote a review of on February 3, 2011

3 5

It was -7 degrees at the base of the mountain and -16 with winds at the top. Needless to say my ears were freezing when I was ripping down the mountain. I would recommend this hat only for warmer days (above 20 degrees), and if you're in some legitimately cold weather, either put your hood over your head or get a warmer beanie.

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Cheryl F.

Cheryl F.wrote a review of on January 23, 2011

5 5

From the picture, you can't tell how grippy this stomp pad is. I usually go with Dakine's spiked stomp pads, but these are just as good. I love how the entire stomp pad is clear so you can still see design of your board, and the unique shape/style of the stomp pad is a nice change from the typical stomp pads.

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Cheryl F.

Cheryl F.wrote a review of on January 4, 2011

5 5

I usually have to wear glove liners in my gloves, but with the Marmot Randonnee, no liners needed. I even got a little snow in my gloves at the fingers while snowboarding, and when the snow melted the gloves were still warm and I had no problems. The leather on the gloves seem pretty durable, but I haven't worn the gloves enough to give them a durability test. Otherwise, these are easy on and easy off with convenient tightening mechanisms around the wrist and lower arms to keep the snow out. Definitely recommend.

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Cheryl F.

Cheryl F.wrote a review of on January 9, 2010

5 5

I'm 5'8", 125 lbs and have a hard time finding snowboarding pants that are long enough. These are just right (I purchased these size small). Pockets are useful, and the leg opening also has buttons if you want more of a flare leg or bootcut leg. The color "snow white" is a little whiter than in the pic (looks off white in the pic), but I already have a pair in black that I wear all the time. Keeps me warm, and with another layer underneath, my legs will never be cold.

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