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CassinoNorth Name Matthew Biront
Location Jersey, NJ, US
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Member Since 12/8/2009
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"Black Winter." 
General  
Gender: Male
Age: 23
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 9
Average Days/Year: 35
Skill Level: medium features
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: freeride
Preferred Terrain: powder, park
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'11, 200 lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 10
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: L
Ride with Me  
Region: East Coast
Location: Pennsylvania
Resort: Big Bolder & Jack Frost
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"Park and Pipe gloves for warmer days" 11/25/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Oakley Sadplant Gloves
  • Pros:  Warm for a pipe glove, Sticky under palms, velcro is easy on/off
  • Cons:  Button broke ,

Experience:   Received these gloves as a gift and they're pretty great for a pipe glove. My experience with pipe gloves has usually left my hands freezing and wet. These have some considerable insulation in the liner to keep you warm, and albeit they have no waterproofing to bring to the table, I can't say that I've left the mountain with wet hands, even on rainy days. My one grift with this is the snap button to keep your other glove attached is IMPOSSIBLE to get off, as a result ended with me ripping the one button off. Now I have to velcro one glove to the other, not a huge issue, just not ideal. They are quite stylish though and a great looking glove. Size wise, I've purchased a large in these which is slightly on the smaller side in the finger lenghths and my hand outstretched from thumb to pinky is about 20 cm wide and wrist to middle finger is about 22 cm.
"Basically the perfect shell" 11/24/2012
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  • Name: 2009 Nomis Simon Signature Shell Snowboard Jacket Men's
  • Pros:  Built in powder skirt, ipod pocket, awesome style
  • Cons:  slightly baggy, powder skirt isnt the best,
  • Jacket Fit:  Too big
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Baggy and long

Experience:   This jacket is great for warmer days as it isn't insulated, but with a couple layers it's no problem at all. Since it's a Nomis jacket, expect a bigger fit of course. Their iPod pocket leads right to the inside of the jacket. I also love the powder skirt that is stylish when not in use as well. Overall great every day jacket for the hill.
"Small stick that rides huge!" 1/21/2013
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  • Name: 2013 Burton Root Snowboard
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,High Speeds,Powder
  • Pros:  Floaty, Tiny, Stable
  • Cons:  Price, Directional,

Experience:   The tech Burton packed into this thing made my head spin. They made a 152 ride like a 160 (and that's with ease...possibly bigger!) I never thought could take a 152 into the trees or pow and come out to live the tale but this thing slays in so many ways. On groomers, it's nice. Much better riding than any 152 out there. Nice, not great in that respect. Once you take it into the trees, you'll see why it's worth the money. The freeride nub is quite awesome in the fact it's maneuverability in the trees is much better than something like an actual 160. It holds carves with such ease it might be my favorite small board ever. Once you get it on groomers and to a speed...0 chattering at all. Super stable in so many ways. If you have the money to spend, buy it. You won't regret it.
"Slimmer than most, not skinny" 1/21/2013
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  • Name: 2013 Holden Standard Snowboard Pants
  • Pros:  stylish, 10k/5k, durable
  • Cons:  thinner, no insulation,
  • Pant Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  M
  • Description:  Slimmer through the thigh, smaller around the waist

Experience:   Found a pair of these on the clearance rack at a local shop for $80 and couldn't pass it up. I wear L special blend and foursquare pants (34 waist jeans typically) but had to go with XL to wear these. I'll be honest though, I do squat quite a bit so the thinner thighs had much to do with that as well. They're definitely on the skinnier side of snow pants, certainly no baggy-ness to them. They look like a typical pair of casual khakis fit wise and looks wise (awesome. They do get plenty wide for your boots though. I love the style of these, Holden is top notch. Breathability and water proofing on these are awesome too. Won't be my last pair of Holdens...that's for sure.
"Soft, warm nice beanie" 1/10/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Coal FLT Beanie Men's
  • Pros:  Warm, Comfortable, stylish
  • Cons:  A bit small,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  M
  • Description:  Smaller than a modern fit, standard beanie fit

Experience:   Ordered off TruSnow, very nice material makes this beanie super warm and stylish. This beanie is a bit tighter than I imagined...I was thinking it would fit droopier than it is like the Frena. I wear a 7 1/2 hat and this thing is pretty snug. Although it is a nice hat, I prefer the bigger fit of other Coal hats like the frena. Overall it is a very very nice beanie as are all Coal beanies.
"Perfect mix of small and big gloves" 1/5/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Pow XG Short Mittens - Men's
  • Pros:  warm, smaller profile, great waterproofing
  • Cons:  snow can get into your wrist,

Experience:   These are perfect every day mitts for the rider who slays the pow as well as the park. They're small enough profile with easy on and off velcro to make taking them off on the lift possible while being super warm riding down. Enough room to keep hand warmers in them without having your fingers lost inside the mitt. The large is quite true to size. The waterproofing is wonderful, never had any issue with wet gloves. Highly recommended mitten!
"The spring gator, perfect for anytime. " 1/4/2013
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  • Name: 2013 Coal The FLT NW Neck Gator Men's
  • Pros:  Warm, Comfortable, stylish

Experience:   This would be the 'light' version of the frena gator from Coal but do not be spooked away from this. It still has the comfort, the style, the perfect every day gator feel from the other Coal gator but this is just a pinch thinner. Might be slightly less warm than it's brother, but still protects just as well against snow guns and cold as anything. I like this more towards March or early season where it's less obtrusive on my neck. Awesome gator, highly recommended.
"Maybe the most popular goggle ever, for a reason!" 1/4/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley Crowbar Goggles
  • Pros:  Solid visibility, Comfortable, Amazing lens options
  • Cons:  Pricey,

Experience:   The Crowbar is everywhere. I mean everywhere. For plenty of reasons more than it's great style. There's endless options for swapping lenses, outriggers, straps and making a truly custom pair of goggles. The lenses are fantastic. I have the Emerald iridium which is great in sun, decent in flat light and not great at night. As well as the fire iridium which is basically the opposite, fantastic in flat light, decent at night and OK in the sun. The fit is nice and comfy, you can definitely see the goggle outline much more than the Airbrake or Canopy which have absurd peripheral views. I'm a huge fan of these and they're my every other day goggle usually splitting time between these and the Electric EG2's.
"Absolute awesome price for an awesome board" 1/3/2013
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  • Name: 2011 Rome Graft Snowboard Blem
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,Jibs,Jumps,Off Trail,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Buttery, Fun board, Freestyle oriented
  • Cons:  stability at high speeds,

Experience:   For this price, you can't really beat The Mod. Rome has their park boards dialed in and The Mod is no exception. The best part of this board is how all around fun it is, jumps, trails, rails, boxes, bonks, jibs, whatever. They really made this board for the all around rider that doesn't wanna break the bank. If you're venturing out of the park, it does chatter at very high speeds, which is expected to an extent. Butters and presses are too easy for a regular camber board. The board still holds it's own off jumps and I'd recommend this to any rider looking for a solid park/freestyle board to take all over. I rode the 158, which is a bit bigger than I would usually and could still press with ease.
"Super versatile, comfortable gator" 12/26/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Coal The M.T.N Facemask Men's
  • Pros:  Warm, stylish, comfortable
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   Perfect gator for every day riding. It's decently tight when around my mouth so it never slips down. It has many uses, even if it's a warm day I'll usually keep it down around my neck just in case. Much better than any other facemask I've ever used. If you're not familiar with the material they use on this, it is super soft and comfortable material. It's a staple in my daily snow stuff now. Highly recommended!
"Very nice, comfortable sock" 12/25/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Dakine Glide Socks Men's
  • Pros:  Warm, Comfortable, Nice wicking!
  • Cons:  Not much tech in this sock,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Snug, in a good way

Experience:   I own two pairs of Dakines and this is the more every day sock. The fit is quite snug, in a good way though. Doesn't slip off your calves. IThe material is uniform throughout which is why I wouldn't say it has the best tech in the sock. I've seen other socks with different zones throughout for better fit and wicking. I wear a size 10/10.5 in shoes and the M/L is perfect. Overall it is a VERY comfortable sock and you won't be disappointed in them.
"Meh." 12/19/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Ride Ill Eagle Contraband Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  Quick in/out, Wedgie,
  • Cons:  Pain in the ass to set up, don't love the contraband,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   First off, if you're buying this binding get ready to set it up for an entire night. It's frustrating as all hell getting it to fit just right. The contraband is not the easiest thing to maneuver. Once you get the thing set up and on the hill, it's a decent binding. The fact Ride has abandoned Contraband all together tells you how much they believed in this technology. I'd recommend it for someone that really is impatient and can't take 10 more seconds to strap your toe in, not for someone hitting huge booters or bombing the hill. I didn't feel the responsiveness was amazing on the contraband. The thing I do like about Ride bindings are the metal baseplates and frame, very solid construction. Their ratchets can also get sticky at times. Overall 5/10 or so, nothing too great here.
"The perfect goggle for seeing everything" 12/18/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Electric EG2 Goggles
  • Pros:  HUGE periphial view, great lens/fram combos, compatible with almost all helmets
  • Cons:  may be too big for some faces, some lenses not 100% mirror,

Experience:   Owned these goggles for a while now and I can't imagine using another pair. The amount you can see compared to almost any other goggle (aside from the Oakley Airbrake and VZ fishbowl which have similar peripheral views) is absurd. You can see directly left and directly right. The only time I notice I'm wearing goggles is when I try to find the frame. The top of the frame is nice and flat and I've never had a single bit of gaper gap with my Protec B2 helmet. Air never gets in between these two. The goggles are obviously large, so if you have a smaller face they might cover your entire nose...then the 2.5 would be perfect for you. The lens that came with mine (bronze/silver chrome) wasn't completely mirrored, you can see through the lens in some light, but it was decent enough. I highly recommend springing for an additional lens or two because those are tough at night/foggy conditions. really hard to see in flat light. Overall, they're wonderful and all I could want from a goggle.
"The Classic!" 12/9/2012
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  • Name: 2011 RayBan Original Wayfarer Sunglasses
  • Pros:  Stylish, Well made, classic design
  • Cons:  Price, Nose bridge too narrow,

Experience:   Got these as a gift and wear them basically everywhere. Good for any occasion, the wayfarer is timeless and classic. I can wear them to a wedding, to the hill, wherever I'm going and it works. They are built so much better than any knockoff, believe me. The weight of the glasses tells itself. Their lenses are also very nice for shielding off UV rays. My only complaint is the smaller Wayfarers leaves a mark on my nose from the bridge being a bit too narrow. Not a huge thing, just something I've noticed. Overall, well worth the money if you have it.
"Solid tool for whatever adjustments you need" 12/4/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Dakine Torque Driver Blue
  • Pros:  Every bit you could need, and then some, useful design,
  • Cons:  a bit too bulky to carry around, strips my screws usually,

Experience:   Been using this tool for years and it really is all you could need. Has 6 different bits for whatever part of your binding you're adjusting. My one complaint would be if you use the slightest wrong bit, you're likely going to strip your screw a bit. I'd say you could carry it around but I usually keep it in the car or bag while I ride cause it does have some weight and bulk to it. Not that I'd want to fall on it. It also has the ability to go counterclockwise, clockwise and both with an easy switch. Big fan of that. Overall, buy this tool.
"Great waxing iron" 11/30/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Dakine Adjustable Tuning Snowboard Iron
  • Pros:  Adjustable, easy to use, nice flat base
  • Cons:  Price,

Experience:   If you can afford the extra money, get this iron. Most people will tell you any household iron will do if you keep it on low enough heat. Well you don't have to worry about clogging your mom's iron with wax anymore with this. Comes with an adjustable dial that starts at 100* F up to 140* F (which is far too hot, avoid smoking the wax) and the wax drips into the bottom of the iron which is very easy to clean off after you're done. The iron pays for itself with the money you'll save from not paying shops to do simple waxes for $20. Super smooth base of the iron makes getting a nice even coat super simple. I highly recommend this iron and the Dakine tuning kit to get yourself waxing today.
"Solid entry level binding" 11/27/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Rome Mob Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  Super comfortable straps, adjustability, Best ratchets in the business
  • Cons:  Oddly placed adjustments (see review),
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   These are the the best bindings for starting out right now. Priced right and very versatile. With Rome, you're getting some of the most consistent and comfortable bindings in the business. Although they got rid of their metal baseplates (which did reduce weight), their bindings rarely ever break. I've yet to have an issue with these in any way. The straps are ridiculously comfortable and super easy to adjust (tooless is key on mountain). The only issue which is just a slight nuisance is where you adjust the heel cup is behind a rubber cover that can get in the way of your screwdriver. I picked large at size 10 boots which is just on the cusp. Either one could've worked...though I feel the toe cap is at the minimum at 10.
"Perfect every day on the mountain jacket" 11/27/2012
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  • Name: 2010 DC Servo Snowboard Jacket
  • Pros:  Detachable powder skirt, 10k/10k, Media pocket well designed
  • Cons:  arms too long ,
  • Jacket Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Long on the arms, perfect everywhere else

Experience:   Used this jacket all last season and it held up great. The jacket comes with waist and wrist gaiters which are nice for keeping snow out of your jacket. The breathability of 10k/10k is very nice, though I rarely get cold, on the frigid days I was perfect as well as the rainy days. I'm 5'11, 200 lbs so I'm on the bigger side of snowboarders and I fit into a large very well. I didn't think I had short arms until this jacket though...it was a good 2-3 inches longer than my wrist, not an issue though...I kinda like that feature now. It quickly became my go to jacket on and off the hill. Highly recommended.
"As basic as a bag can get" 11/25/2012
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Space Sack Snowboard Bag
  • Pros:  Holds your bag, ID card for traveling, hand and shoulder straps
  • Cons:  absolutely 0 padding, No extra pockets,

Experience:   This is the quintessential basic travel bag from Burton. Just a place to throw your bag in travel without any frills. Like I said, no extra pockets or padding in this thing. Though it does thankfully come with a slide out holder for your ID card so if your bag gets lost, you'll get it back. Although it has no padding, there's many ways to get around this issue. I have taken this on an plane west 3 times and never had any issues with broken edges or bindings. I usually wrap my jacket and couple pair of pants around the edges of the board, put a little bubble wrap on the underside of the board then then put my boots in between the bindings so they take the brunt of any impact from careless airline employees (believe me, they THROW these things) I believe the last trip I took the bag weighed right around 45 lbs will all that stuff in it, usually under the weight limit for any airline. So yes, if you're smart you can without a doubt travel anywhere you'd like with a basic bag like this. Solid.
"Poorly constructed mitt" 11/25/2012
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Baker Mittens Men's
  • Pros:  Decently warm, lens cleaner inside mitt,
  • Cons:  Cheap seams ,

Experience:   Had these mitts for about 3 months before the seams inevitably ripped (not my first pair of Burton gloves to rip either). While they were in service, they were absolutely perfect for cold days. Usually kept a hand warmer in there or the outside pocket to keep warm. The gloves came with a lens cleaner as well which when the ice wasn't actually stuck (where the only option is warmth to get off), it was decent enough...a nice little addition. Size wise, they're on the bigger side. I always get large gloves (20 cm wide pinky to thumb hands and 22 cm from wrist to middle finger tip) and there was ample room, which I do like in a mitt. Overall, if you can keep them in one place, they keep you dry and warm...but good luck with that.
"Super warm and comfortable helmet" 11/24/2012
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  • Name: 2010 Protec B2 Snowboard Helmet Men's
  • Pros:  Warm, Audio upgradable, stylish

Experience:   The B2 is a great helmet from protec. The helmet is quite warm itself, but I would recommend keeping a gaiter or bandana handy for super cold days for your ears. The helmet has 15 vents which allows just enough wind to enter where I've never felt cold or too sweaty on the mountain. In terms of goggles, I've used the Electric EG2 as well as EG1s which fits seamless with no gaper gap. Their padding has multi impact technology which may not sound like a great feature, but when you hit your head HARD, you're usually going to have a bigger helmet after due to snow helmet absorbing the impact and staying there. I've fallen hard, concussion worthy shots and the padding is still in great shape. I wear a 7 1/2 inch New Era fitted hat and the Large fit me perfectly. Also as a added bonus their Audioforce upgrade is fairly cheap if you look around and has solid audio.
"Standard pant" 11/22/2012
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  • Name: 2010 Special Blend Battery board Pants board Men's
  • Pros:  Nice style, Warm, Comfortable
  • Cons:  seams aren't the best,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Slightly baggy

Experience:   These pants are perfect for the rider that doesn't like their pants too tight. They fit like normal ski pants, on the baggier side. Though my cord that holds the bottom part of the pant did rip off after normal use, it's not the end of the world. Solid pant, SB does no wrong.
"Nice inexpensive good looking goggle" 11/21/2012
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  • Name: 2011 Spy Targa II Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  great color options, easy lens change system, inexpensive
  • Cons:  not much periphial vision, smaller ,

Experience:   Spy Targa II is a very solid option for someone starting out. For only $28 you really can't go wrong with tons of colorways and lens options. I'd say this isn't great for the person with a bigger face or someone who wants to see to their right and left at all times though.
"Soft boot for the rider with a wider foot" 11/21/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Vans Hi Standard Snowboard Boots
  • Pros:  comfortable right out of the box,
  • Cons:  Soft, Wide footprint,
  • Fit:  stiff
  • Flex:  soft
  • Shoe Size:  10.5
  • Boot Size:  10.5

Experience:   These boots are very solid for the intermediate rider looking for a boot that'll hold up decently. The soles on these are incredibly wide so if you have narrow bindings I'd think twice or at least check it out. They are quite soft and as a result they are probably some of the most comfortable out of the box boots I've ever demo'd.
"See everything you want....and then some" 11/21/2012
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  • Name: 2011 Electric EG2 Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  Huge periphial view, Awesome style, great price
  • Cons:  smushes nose, Orange chrome very dark at night,

Experience:   As someone with a bigger head these things fit absolutely perfect with my Protec B2 helmet. Absolutely flawless fit at the top with 0 wind getting through. The orange chrome are certainly a bit dark on flat light/night riding days but I usually keep a clear lens in my car for that purpose. Overall a great pair of goggles, might never change!
"Incredible all mountain board" 11/20/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Salomon Official Snowboard
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  High Speeds,Low Speeds,Park
  • Pros:  Flex, Stability, Pop
  • Cons:  Price,

Experience:   If I could, I would ride this board every season but the price tag kinda hurts. The board is a modern marvel, light and buttery at slow speeds with no snag on rails then poppy and super stable for jumps at high speeds. One of my favorite boards I've ever ridden.
"Solid all around boot" 11/20/2012
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  • Name: 2012 32 Thirty Two Lashed X Jon Kooley Snowboard Boots
  • Pros:  Light, comfortable,
  • Cons:  Sizing was in the middle, Takes a while to break in,
  • Fit:  soft
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  10.5
  • Boot Size:  10

Experience:   I highly recommend this boot for any rider that likes his park days as much as pow days. Super light but the sizing at least for me wasn't ideal. I'm usually a 10.5 shoe and the 10 was a pinch small at first (after breaking in, it was great) and the 10.5 was way too much toe space. Not a problem with the boot, more of a personal issue.

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