Pros: Cool Looking, No Misting/Fogging, Comfortable
Cons: Absolutely none,
I got the 2008 edition of the Oakley AFrame Goggles as a Christmas present, and I have to say, they are the best goggles I've ever owned (which is a surprise since my sister has never actually been TO a mountain before). Anyway, besides my pros listed above, I was also plesently surprised to receive the nifty storage bag/shimmy, which I haven't needed to use anyway since they have NEVER fogged up on me and I've been using them for a couple years of light riding. Besides having the coolest looking goggles on the hill, the no-slip band will ensure they stay exactly centered on your face without being uncomfortable. Speaking of comfort, the part that actually touches your face, you wont even notice, because its not just foam, but has a bit of nice soft lining around the lens. If you're looking for a great pair of goggles, I would fully endorse these.
After freezing my hands off on top of Big Sky in wool mittens, I decided to purchase these gloves and the difference was obvious. Anything with gore tex and you know you're getting a quality product.
Pros: 2 part headphone wire for when you don't have ipod, headphones can be moved in hat for howevver, you wear the hat
Cons: Slightly tight fit for hat,
Fit: Just right
My Size: L
Fits Like: L
Description: Perhaps slightly snug but still has a comfortable inside lining
The picture does not do this product justice. When I ordered this product, I assumed it was just a beanie that came with a set of earbud headphones. This hat actually has a slit where you stick these 5 inch speakers into and the hat holds them over your ears while you're out riding. Speaker quality is of course what you would expect from cheap headphones, but are still pretty crisp and clear; the bass is pretty bad though. I'm glad I have it as a middleground now as a middleground for days when I can't decide between bulky nice headphones and small, uncomfortable, but don't need to take off to hear other people headphones.
Earbuds are one of those things where you really do get what you pay for. Sound quality is not as nice and comfort after hours or riding is a bit of an issue, but that's really with all earbuds in general. I, like most people, still like to have a nice cheap pair so I can not worry about them, and not have an extra big thing to carry around with me. They're more comfortable than your standard stock ipod earbuds, so if you're looking to replace those as I was, these are a nice inexpensive solution.