At first, I got this jacket for size S. It was too big for me. So, I exchanged for XS. It fits better, but the sleeves are kinda short. I guess I just have to live with that.
Anyway, the jacket comes with some cool features as the reviews above. I love the pass holder with the mirror, the whistle, etc.
If you want to order. I would suggest to go one size smaller. Unless, you like the baggy look.
Cons: The toe caps slide , Have to adjust the strap often,
I do not really know if I like this bindings. The toe caps always slide off the toe every few runs. I do need to adjust to straps more often compared to my old bindings. The ankle straps put too much pressure on my boots which hurt after a few hours. I hope this will get better once the straps get older.
Pros: Never catch edge, easy to ollie, Great on boxes and jumps
Cons: feel insecure on steeper runs,
I just got this board to replace my Burton Cruzer at 50% off at the local mountains. The first day I wasn't so sure if I liked it or not. I kinda had to get used to the feeling of the V-rocker. On the second day, I found that this board is very easy to ollie, really helps when you land on small/medium jumps. It's almost impossible for you to catch the edges on it which is very good for beginners. I don't think it's very good for carving though. It feels wobbling at high speed.
Over all, I do recommend this board to beginners, and park riders.
I owned this board. After a few times, I really felt that I grew out of it. This board is great for beginners to learn and progress. It's not for doing any trick since it is heavy and not really flexible. I do not really recommend anybody to buy this board. If you are really serious about board, look for something better. You will grow out of this board fast.
I got this helmet yesterday. I used it today on my ski strip to Stratton. I like the design. It's cute and just like in the picture. It's my first helmet, so I have nothing to compare it with. It fits well and keeps my head warm. I can wear either M or L. But with L, I can wear a beanie underneath and didn't feel the cold at all at about 0 F weather. It also does the job to protect your head injury. Overall, I love my helmet. One thing that I regret is I didn't get it sooner.
My waist is about 27. So, I ordered size M as the size chart. But when I got the pants, they were way too big. Even with the thermal&pants underneath, I still had like 3-4 left. So, I exchanged for size S. It fits fine with a few inches space for thermal/underpants. I'm about 5'5, the length are just right for size S. The pants feel kinda thin. I haven't tried them on the slope yet. I guess I will be able to tell how warm they are after I get to try them next season.
I would suggest to order one size smaller if you go by the size chart.
I bought this pants for my husband. He is 6'4 and about 220 Ibs. The pants fit right around the waist and leave 1-2 for layers. They are a little bit long. He loves the vents of the pants. There are tons of pockets for your stuff.
We still have to try that on the slope next season to see how warm they are.
It's my first paid of ski socks. So, I don't have any other to compare with them. Anyway, I like how they feel. They fit just right, and keep my feet warm. And of course, you can't beat the price when they are 70% off.