Pros: Comfortable fit, Good venting / anti fog, looks stylish
Cons: if you prefer bigger framed lenses these aren't,
Keep in mind these are the first pair of goggles I bought and haven't tried any others out. That being said....
I bought the mint green colorway with the ignitor lenses two seasons ago and they're still holding up good. Not sure why the other reviewer said they scratch easy. Mine have no scratches on the lens. (If you take care of your stuff you shouldn't get scratches)
I like the overall fit of these. I don't have a big head at all so these fit my face pretty snug. (I wear a 7 3/8's fitted hat if that helps)With all the new goggles coming out with bigger type lenses for better vision all around, these still come with the standard regular sized lenses. Which isn't a problem at all, unless you prefer the bigger sized lenses.
They have a pretty good ventilation system. Don't get problems with them fogging up when riding.
I see the last pair in stock while I'm writing this review has the ignitor lens in it. If you're curious about that lens, it's probably their most universal lens for multiple conditions of riding. From partly sunny to mostly cloudy and snow/clouds. It has a visible light transmission of 35%.
Overall, they're solid goggles that I think are pretty good and enjoy riding with them. Once I buy a different pair I'll comment on how they compare. Hope this helped.
To start it off, I have to say I am fully satisfied with purchasing one of these! I have the 2012 version in the Palapa colorway and love it. It's a very lightweight material which doesn't make it too bulky around your neck. I'm able to put it over my nose, over my ears and around the back of my head and then wear a fitted baseball cap no problem (nice stylish combo by the way) Despite it being thin, it keeps the wind out good and keeps your face pretty warm. Just don't expect to wear this during a blizzard and keep your face warm then, because it probably wouldn't be the best in that case. And the reason I didn't list that as a Con is because I kinda expected that when buying it. So if you're looking for a great thin, lightweight and comfortable neck gaitor, this is it. Oh and if the grey color doesn't appeal to you, try to find some of the new 2012 colorways. Hope this review helped. Questions? Ask away.
This is the backpack you want. I loved this one so much I ended up buying another one in a different colorway. Needed a backpack to hold my laptop (15inch)and this one was great for it since it has it's own padded sleeve for it. Secondly it has a cooler that can hold up to 3 pop cans easily (pocket on very bottom where it says dakine on it). Another cool feature is the fleece lined sunglass pocket at the top. It has straps so if you skateboard you can strap your board on it. Two mesh side pockets to put your water bottles in or what ever you want to toss in there. Dakine makes solid products, so you can't go wrong getting this backpack. Trust me, you'll love it!
I have these in the Cyan blue color. Love them. For how cheap they cost, they look like they should be worth more. They seem to fit perfectly on me. And if you're wondering, I wear a size 7 3/8 fitted hat. I'm pretty sure if you have a slightly bigger head they will fit you but if you think you have a huge head, not sure if these are what you want(Just my opinion, could be wrong). Overall, I am really satisfied with these sunglasses. They block the sun out while still looking hella fly. What more could you want? Hope this review helped.
Pros: Thicker sock, Very warm during super cold days, Comfy around the calf
Fit: Just right
My Size: M
Fits Like: L
Description: I wear a 11.5 boot and the mediums fit me perfectly. If I bought large they probably would of ran too big.
Bought these about a week ago when I went on a snowboard trip for the new years with some friends. I usually ride with thinner type socks so my feet don't get all sweaty.
Since it was freezing out then I'm normally used to, I decided to pick these up at the resorts shop. Really glad I did. I wear a size 11.5 boot and ended up buying the mediums since they look like they run a little big. Wise choice, they fit perfectly.
The thickness of this sock was really comfy and kept my feet dry and warm no problem. The one thing I noticed though is when I started to sweat a lot in the park, my feet did feel slightly moist but for how many runs I did it's only natural. They run long and rest nicely around your calf which I really liked. That extra cushion is always nice when boarding.
Overall I am glad I bought this two pack. Definitely worth it for the price. So if you're looking for socks for cold days or just for more comfort from the thickness, these are right up your alley.
"comfy lightweight gaiter that does the job" 12/20/2013
Name: 2014 Dakine Prowler Facemask
Pros: lightweight, stylish, warm
I have the Palapa colorway and love it. It's a very lightweight material which doesn't make it too bulky around your neck. I'm able to put it over my nose, over my ears and around the back of my head and then wear a fitted baseball cap no problem (nice stylish combo by the way) Despite it being thin, it keeps the wind out good and keeps your face pretty warm. Just don't expect to wear this during a blizzard and keep your face warm then, because it probably wouldn't be the best in that case. And the reason I didn't list that as a Con is because I kinda expected that when buying it. Aside from snowboarding, you can wear it on normal cold days if you'd like.Something I do a lot. You can also wear this around your neck as a scarf type look if you really want.
So if you're looking for a great thin, lightweight and comfortable neck gaiter, you might consider picking this one up.Especially if you can find it for under 15$ Hope this review helped.