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||5'9, 215 lbs
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|3/12/2011 8:12:24 AM
||Hate to come off as arrogant, but paintball goggles have been using technology like this for years. I am really glad to see Oakley coming out with this, though, and I will definitely consider picking some up (especially if they appear on Oakley vault). It just amazes me that more companies don't already have something like this in all goggles. In the paintball community, any goggle made after like 2005 without a quick change lens never sticks, unless it is the proflex, which will never go away.
|3/12/2011 8:06:19 AM
||Would you be willing to come down on the price at all?
|3/3/2011 7:21:45 PM
||Honestly, you could not be asian and wear the asian fit goggles comfortably. I have asian fit goggles and am asian, and have let other people try them with no complaints. There really isnt any difference between normal and asian fit aside from some extra nose padding as far as i can tell...
|3/3/2011 7:16:22 PM
||I personally don't flame so... I listen to country music if I do listen to music, and when I do, i listen to it very softly. I like to hear the sounds of my board running across the snow. Also, I normally board with someone so on the lift the music is off for conversation.
|3/3/2011 7:14:20 PM
||If you are going to drop the money on a smith maze, go with a Bern baker or watts. I personally have the Bern watts and my best friend has the Smith Maze (we ride together all the time). It seems to us that the Bern helmet was made with alot more thought in mind. From the inner lining to the audio feature (we both have audio) to the goggle strap holder on the back, you can tell bern thought out every part of their helmet. Overall, I am very pleased with it.
|3/3/2011 7:11:35 PM
||Just to help us all out here, if you were to get a new board (which seems to be the most recommended path) what would be your price range? That is...assuming you are interested in advice on a new board ;)
|2/28/2011 7:38:38 PM
||Also, riding switch is essential to any terrain park action. Being able to ride switch out of a 180 off or on is a great asset.
|2/27/2011 3:53:36 PM
||I wish I got the girlfriend into it sooner....
|2/26/2011 1:49:02 PM
||Bern watts hardhat with audio arrived today....perfect fit ;)
|2/13/2011 7:38:11 PM
||Is there any sort of wear on the figments? also, please check if you have the box....if you do I would be highly interested
|2/10/2011 11:40:13 AM
||We picked up an iron for 4$ at the salvation army. A scraper and an edge tuner ran about 20$ combined. Then just the cost of wax every time you wax ends up being pretty cheap. While board vices/stand are nice, they run like 70$ and are unnecessary. We wax whenever the board base feels like it needs it. Sometimes it is 2 days, sometimes it is 6-7. We also sharpen the edges every time we wax/
|2/10/2011 11:36:33 AM
||Gotta represent the Jeeps here. If we are talking stock cars, a stock Jeep wrangler (especially a rubicon) will go farther than just about any other common stock car. Even if we are talking modifications, anything short of tracks or building something that doesn't even resemble the original, the jeep has most cars beat. However, they are horrible on gas and are very small inside (not alot of room for stuff). A roof rack or a tire carrier with a rack adds room though.
|2/8/2011 6:24:28 PM
||Like the ending "Can't get enough speed" Comedy.
|2/8/2011 1:57:31 PM
||Picked up some crowbars the other day and I plan on going to a shop to try on the fit with a visor. Thanks for the advice guys!
|2/8/2011 1:55:31 PM
||Skier chicks are those hot well to do girls, pony tails, upper class. Snowboarders are the cooler chicks, down to earth, fun to hang around. But in the end, you take them all....
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