I purchased this boot in October and have about ten days on it so far. I purchased this boot because my last boots (Thirty Two Lashed) kept coming lose. The inner liner after a few runs would always loosen up so I went with the Darko's due to the boa inner liner adjustment and it's fantastic. It's also great because you can adjust the inner liner pressure point as well. It's great for locking your heel in. My feet stay warm and the are great for impacts coming off of jumps. I believe it's the Harshmellow technology but it's very comfortable. Also this boot is light, it's not to stiff and not to flexible, right in the middle. I purchased this boots in the Yellow color which aren't available from Trusnow. I would highly recommend these boots to anyone looking.
Pros: Peripheral View, Light Weight, Very Flexible
I purchased the EG2's a few weeks ago and bought them mainly due to the way they looked. I am astonished with the view you get from these goggles. When I have them on I can't see either side frame or the top of the frame. The only part of the frame that is noticeable while wearing them is the nose area. The goggles are also very flexible (you can literally bend them anyway that you want to without having to worry about breaking the frames. I really like this due to the fact that most of the time I just throw my goggles in my bag and no longer have to worry about the frames getting crushed. I didn't have any problems with fogging either this weekend. When wearing a bandanna in the past my goggles always use to fog up but not with the EG2's. My previous goggles also didn't have lens's that I could interchange. With the EG2's I'm planning on buying a low light lens for the cloudy days which is nice since I don't have to buy an entire new set of goggles. I would highly recommend. They are a bit pricey but I believe they are worth it.
I've rode with this helmet all season and love it. It's exceptionally warmer than my last helmet. I love the extended flap that comes down between the helmet and the goggles so that wind stays out and you stay warm. I also bought the red Headphones that go with this helmet and they are excellent quality. The only thing I've found that I'm not fond of with this helmet is the zipper. The thing that hangs off of the zipper so you can grab on to it blows around in the wind and you can hear it and it can get annoying but I'm sure there is an easy fix to that. I would highly recommend this helmet.
I've had these Goggles for a little over a year now and they are one of the better pairs that I own. I still prefer my EG2's to these put that's only due to the lens size. I bought these with the Dark Smoke Lens and they are great for a sunny day, they are much darker that most smoke colored lens so they make it quite difficult to see on cloudy days. But you can purchase a lighter colored lens to fix that. I occasionally have trouble with them fogging on really cold days but I think that has to do more with my Airhole mask than the goggles. The lens seems to be very durable as they usually just get thrown in my bag and I haven't had a scratch yet. For the price I'm not sure you can find much better quality.
Absolutely love this board, if you're considering it, buy it. Rides so nice in all kinds of conditions. I've had it in deep powder, park, ice and packed pow and it was truly a treat. Pop was great, held edges really well and was super responsive. I was a little hesitant to buy it because of the name and I am more of an all mountain type dude. The only negative about it is that the top sheet tends to chip easier than some of my other boards but that's purely cosmetic. Other than that this board is great and doesn't need to stay in the park.
The very first thing you will notice when you get these out of the box is how light they are. I love the reduced weight compared to my other bindings since I often hike with my board strapped to my back. I've heard other people say that the high backs on the C60's can be weak and break but after 2 years of riding them I've never had any problems with them. The binding as a whole has held up extremely well with over 75 days of riding on them. Even on sale these bindings are pricey but they will last you quite sometime and the performance with these is amazing. I did notice that when I have these on one of my non Burton boards that the 4 hole disc is not padded but the 3 hole disc (for Burton boards) is. I've got to say the C60's are one of the most responsive bindings I've ever owned. I'd recommend them to anyone on the fence about buying them.
Good bindings, but the universal toe strap is more of an over the toe strap than a toe cap. Also notice a pressure point on the strap on the outside of my foot that can get annoying. Durability could be better too, toe strap is starting to rip on corners and have only ridden a total of 12 days on them so far. I'll probably get a different pair of bindings after the season is over. A decent binding but for the price point there are probably better bindings out there.
Pros: All of the Stash Pockets, Soft Inner Layer, Articulated Sleeves
Jacket Fit: Just right
My Size: L
Fits Like: L
Wore this coat for the first time yesterday and loved it, it was a little warm so I had all of the Venting Zippers open. Will be a great coat in the middle of the winter due to the heavy insulation in it. Love all of the details on the coat (Cuff Mirror, ID & Stash Pockets, etc. Also the pictures don't do it justice, it looks much better in person, love the pattern on the coat. I would recommend buying this coat.