Pros: Decent sound, Cloth Cord doesn't Tangle, Look Good
Cons: Lasted less than a year, Too expensive for overall quality, Irritated my ear
I found these on the ground last winter and used them since then to listen to music while I was snowboarding. They have decent sound, but I feel that they are a bit overpriced if I were to have bought them. The right speaker actually just crapped out on me. I've always been one for over the ear headphones, but these worked decent throughout the winter and I can't really complain too much, because they were a ground score. My recommendation would be getting a cheap pair at wal-mart, that way if they crap out on you, you won't be very disappointed if you only spent 5 or 10 bucks.
Cons: A bit heavy, Toe strap slips off toes occasionally,
This will be my 11th season snowboarding and these are some of the best bindings I have ever owned. I was a bit doubtful at first, because they were a new company. The first time I used these bindings was at Sugarbowl last December on a day when there was 5-7 Ft of fresh snow. These bindings handled it really well. I ended up using them at least 80 times the rest of the season and they're still holding up pretty good. Some of the cloth on the straps is starting to get a bit tethered, but that doesn't really matter. These bindings are super responsive, not too stiff and not too soft. I'd recommend these to anyone.