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snowj720 Name snowj720
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"that was a perfect miss" 
General  
Gender: Male
Age: 39
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 10
Average Days/Year: 20
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 6'3, 200 lbs
Board Size: 159w
Boot Size: 13
Clothing Size: XL
Jacket Size: XL
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: L
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Region: Mid West
Location: Michigan
Resort: Boyne Highlands
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"Killer goggs" 2/10/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Vonzipper Feenom Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  fit my big face, don't fog, lots of lenses available for them
  • Cons:  none so far,

Experience:   I didn't get these here, so I didn't get the multiple len/headphone package you get when you get them here. I've only got to wear these a few times this season, but I really like them. Wore them out on a rain/wintery mix day. They didn't even fog up on that day. The air flow to these is perfect, no fog and my face stays perfect (warm, but not too much). They work really well with my helmet (it is a protec that's designed to work with these goggles specifically). The lens that came with mine is strictly a high light lens, but luckily VZ offers a lot of lens options so I'll be able to travel with a lens for anything mother nature can throw at me. Easy lens removal too. So swapping them out isn't a big pain. The field of vision is nice with these, far better than all the cheaper goggles I've worn until I got these.
"I dig this hat" 9/7/2013
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  • Name: 2010 Forum Fm Icon New Era Cap
  • Pros:  good fit, good price, nice color
  • Cons:  none,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  perfect if you measure your head to get the right size

Experience:   Got this for under $15 and can't complain. It hasn't stretched, hasn't faded, and looks great. The only thing I don't wear it with is my forum tee or hoodie since they're the same color and I don't want to look like I stepped out of a forum ad. But the hat fits great, and goes with everything. Pick one up while you can. Quality hats like this usually go for double the price.
"Love this hat" 9/7/2013
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Swing BFit Hat
  • Pros:  great price, simple yet smooth logo design, fits great
  • Cons:  none so far,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  perfect if you get the right size

Experience:   For under $10 I didn't expect much from this hat, but I've been pleasantly surprised. It fits great, hasn't stretched out, and hasn't faded despite lots of time in the sun. It's a pretty quality hat that I would recommend picking up while you can for such a low price.
"cute top, lightweight" 9/7/2013
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Solid Raw VNeck
  • Pros:  nice low price, cute design,
  • Cons:  a little snug,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  S
  • Fits Like:  XS
  • Description:  snug

Experience:   Got this shirt for my wife. She loves it. Likes the design with the little cut on the neckline and the color (red one). She did feel it fit a little snug as all burton stuff seems to, but she says it's comfortable and she looks great in it. It's a lighter weight material so it breaths nicely in the warm weather.
"She looks cute in it" 9/6/2013
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Solid J Tank
  • Pros:  cheap for a burton anything, cute design,
  • Cons:  a little snug, twisted back makes straps fit funny,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  S
  • Fits Like:  XS
  • Description:  a little small

Experience:   got this shirt for my wife since it was soooo cheap and she likes tops like this to teach yoga in. I really like that it shows off her shoulders. The first thing she noticed was the fit, if you can, order up a size as burton likes to size things small. The next thing was the twist in the back, it leaves the shoulder straps bagged out a bit and you wondering if you've got it on right. Other than that, she likes it (wore it a few times in the first week of owning it).

Comments & Questions

ctoma
Who are you trying to fool? We know you bought it for yourself so you can prance around the house wearing the tank and a thong.

ctoma
Also, if this really is for your wife we are going to need photographic evidence, sans bra of course.

snowj720
I actually have a couple pics that meet your requirements c. Of course I doubt she'd be happy if I shared them with the class. Also, I only wear pink tops when I prance around the house with a thong ;)



"nice shoes for the price" 9/6/2013
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  • Name: 2013 Rafters Malibu Water Shoes
  • Pros:  great price, good fit, nice design
  • Cons:  none so far,

Experience:   Got these after hitting a rocky beach. I like the style and fit and have been wearing them everywhere but in the water so far. I had bought a cheap kmart pair a few years ago for around the same price and I can say these are far better and more stylish than those. These have a felt material on the bottom so I'm thinking they would stick nicely to a skateboard for some pool riding. They're pretty comfortable while giving full feel to everything you walk on.
"pretty stylin' zip hoodie" 9/6/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Forum Werdmark Full Zip Hoodie
  • Pros:  not too thick, stylish, decent price
  • Cons:  a little snugger than I usually wear, zipper sticks a bit,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  XL
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  fitted, best for those that are in perfect shape

Experience:   I like this sweatshirt and with the weight I've lost it fits okay. The fit is closer to what I would think a large would be even though it's an XL. I don't mind that it's fitted that way, but being tall and not light weight it's an exact fit with no room to spare (i.e.- I won't be able to put much more than a base layer under it). I like the color (I got green) and the design is plain jane but I'm not all about the flash so that's all good. It's not very thick, but has kept me warm enough on some cooler mornings.

Comments & Questions

ctoma
"with the weight I've lost it fits okay", yeah, sure...

snowj720
@ctoma- I did lose 20lbs. this past month. 25 to go though to get back to the weight I was when I started riding. 50lbs extra really makes rotations tough :)



"Pretty solid helmet" 4/12/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Red Trace Snowboard Helmet
  • Pros:  affordable, convertible, light weight
  • Cons:  audio ear pads don't stay in, kinda cheap,

Experience:   I picked this helmet up somewhere else for under $40. For the price it was well worth it. It was a little too big for my head, but with the extra foam pads it came I got it to fit perfect. It saved my dome on the snow and last summer when I started skateboarding again. My biggest complaint is that when I got the audio ear pads they never did fit just right. Even the ear pads that came with it would fall out all the time. For what I paid though I guess I can't complain too much. The outer shell warped a bit from sitting in my car last summer, so be careful not to just leave it in the back seat if you use it in the warm weather.
"Nice belt, decent price" 1/18/2012
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  • Name: 2011 Vans Conductor Web Belt Men's
  • Pros:  sturdy, removable buckle,
  • Cons:  buckle a little intrusive,

Experience:   I really can't complain about this belt, got it here on trusnow for $10 and it's worth the price. Maybe Vans worked on the quality of the buckle since one of the other reviewers posted about it being low quality. I think it actually feels like a pretty solid buckle. Should last a while. The buckle can get in the way a bit when bending over forward (more so when squatting), but that might be because of my gut. The belt itself feels like a strap of army grade quality. The material is strong, but not uncomfortable. I've got a 38(ish) waist and I've still got a few inches of belt left, so I'd say if you've got more than a 42 waist it probably won't fit you. But if you've got that big of a waist you're probably not doing a lot of snow/skateboarding and aren't looking here for a belt anyhow. I've only had the belt a few weeks, so if I notice any flaws I'll post them here.
"Love these pants" 1/12/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Columbia Bugaboo Ski Pants Men's
  • Pros:  Quality, warm, comfortable
  • Cons:  little tight in the crotch area,
  • Pant Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  M
  • Description:  Tight in the crotch area

Experience:   When I first got these I ordered a Large. All of the columbia pants I've ever bought have been a L. This was the only pair that felt tight in the crotch area. The waist was fine, but I felt restricted in that one area. Wearing crash pads underneath wasn't going to happen. I replaced them with an XL which helped a lot. The waist is a little big, but as another reviewer said, the velcro straps tighten the fit. I still wear a belt with these though because I tend to give a plumbing lesson if I don't. Other than the crotch thing, I really like these pants. They feel much better made than the previous pairs of Columbia pants I've bought, which is good because I was starting to lose faith after some bad seam work on a past pair. These are really warm and were the only piece of clothing that kept me totally dry in a recent rain storm. There's plenty of pockets, all zippered. There's two side pockets perfect to keep your hands warm in if you're ungloved. I found them on another site for half the price (sorry trusnow) and they were well worth the buy. I will be looking for a new pair of these every season (can't have enough snow pants). I got the chocolate brown (can't remember what they called that color. breen?), they're the color of a hershey bar. Look good with everything.
"Safety first" 1/12/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Protec IPS Wrist Guard
  • Pros:  work well to protect those wrists, decently priced, fit well under gloves
  • Cons:  plastic support plates slip out of the sleeve, tight fit,

Experience:   Don't know if these are tight on me because I'm a size larger, but once my hands get a little warm they're hard to slip off. Feels like one day they'll rip trying to get them off. The sleeve that holds the plastic support pieces isn't sewn at the top end, so they do slid back a bit. I think if a stitch or two is throw in it would solve that problem. They do fit nicely under my gloves. Various pairs too. They fit under a pair of insulated mechanics gloves which shocked me. So they are a low profile. I've only used the RED snowboard wrist guards before this. How the two compare in a few ways is this. The protecs are longer, but lower profile. Both offer excellent support, the protec being longer seems to lock your wrist in slightly better covering more area. The reds are easier to take off than the protecs. But in a nutshell, the protecs do a nice job pro tecting my wrists. I'm a big fan of not breaking my wrists. I've taken some good falls in these and I haven't even had a sore wrist. I would have given them five stars if not for the tight fit and slipage issue. Nice guards though. Would buy again.
"Nicest helmet I've owned so far" 1/12/2012
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  • Name: 2011 Protec Vigilante Snowboard Helmet
  • Pros:  Light weight, nice venting system, removable liner
  • Cons:  sizing seems to be off, the goggles snap in the back is tough to unbutton,

Experience:   I've only used this helmet a couple of times, so I may update this review as the season wears on. So far I really like it. It's light, my head was warm but not too warm, it did it's job when I took a heelside tumble (or two). I like the removable liner since I tend to sweat a lot. I can say I didn't get as warm in it as I did in my old RED helmet. It kept me warm. I really like the boa system for dialing in your exact head size, if not for that the thing might not have fit me. Which brings me to my biggest complaint so far, the sizing. Based on protecs size chart I'm an XL, with others I'm a L. Now I'm on the small side of the XL by the chart, but it really feels like the shell of the helmet is made for someone with a much larger head. The ear flaps don't fit snuggly against me towards the front. It doesn't both me too much because as I said before, I'm a sweater. So the extra venting doesn't bother me much. If you're someone that does get cold often, or is in extreme conditions often you may want to try this one on before ordering it. If I hadn't won it I might have sent it back for a smaller size, but it works for me. It feels pretty quality too, so I think it'll last me a while. Like I said, I'll update this review with additional info/and or complaints after a few more rides. It's a good helmet all in all, just make sure you try one on because the size chart is off.
"Love these boots" 12/26/2011
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  • Name: 2009 Forum Recon
  • Pros:  comfortable (for me at least), right amount of park flex, affordable
  • Cons:  cheap laces (not a big deal),
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  13
  • Boot Size:  13

Experience:   I've been wearing these boots now for the past couple seasons. They still seems to have quite a bit of life left in them (I'd say I've rode in them a good 50 times). While not being a top of the line boots, they are quite capable and do seem to be of pretty good quality too. These wear the Fourth pair of boots I've bought. The first pair was great until they boned out, they were so soft I could drive in them. These Recons give me the same super flexy comfort of that first pair of boots without all the slop. I get great response from these boots, but still feel like I'm almost wearing a high top skate shoe. The current sierra price is well worth it for these babies. I just wish I would have bought a few more pairs when I got them (they were only $40). Oh, the footbed molds to your foot. I didn't heat it up as suggested by forum, but the heat from my foot and time in them has formed to me pretty well.
"worth the shipping and handling" 7/18/2011
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  • Name: 2011 Sierra Ready To Butter TShirt
  • Pros:  quality shirt, sweet design, comes w/ built in pat on the back
  • Cons:  tight fit, no xxl,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  XL
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  snug, not for the beer gutted

Experience:   like everyone else here has said- it's a bit tight. for sure order a size bigger. if it's too big i'm sure a dryer cycle will take care of it. wish they had an xxl, my girl says it doesn't look too tight, but she ain't wearin' it. I can imagine a base layer would make for an even tighter fit.

Comments & Questions

snowj720
update, had the shirt for months now. I have to say that this is a quality shirt. It doesn't feel like some cheap thin crap shirt. It's a thick, strong material. And the design has got noticed more than once. all in all, a great shirt. Still think it's a bit tight for my emerging belly though.



"they're flip flops" 7/6/2011
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  • Name: 2010 Gravis Hemperpedic Sandals
  • Pros:  low price, look nice,
  • Cons:  snug,

Experience:   For 6 bucks you can't go wrong. These look good and feel nice on the feet. They have some spring to them so far. They're a little tight at first, but they break in with time. For under 10 bones I'd recommend them.
"nice gloves" 11/4/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Burton GoreTex Gloves
  • Pros:  gore tex, warm and dry (for the most part), includes liner gloves that are warm on their own
  • Cons:  none yet,

Experience:   got these last turkey day weekend sale for like 25 bones, totally wish i would have ordered more. they are a bit tight with my wrist guards underneath, and i've never gotten them on with the liners on. other than that, get 'em if they're on sale. the liners are warm enough to keep your hands warm if you're not out for long periods in them.

Comments & Questions

snowj720
I've now used these for a couple of seasons. Still in love with them. They're warm, waterproof, and they've held up alright. Probably wouldn't hold up to a lot of tow rope use, but great everywhere else. My hands have yet to be cold in these. The liners blew out, but I was using those as work gloves (moving furniture) and ripped one. Still wish I would have gotten two pair of these when they were cheap, but I would still buy them again at full price.



"it's a do-rag" 10/15/2010
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  • Name: 2008 Forum Seeker Bandanna Cstd
  • Pros:  slick lookin, big enough for my dome,
  • Cons:  needs break in or a wash,

Experience:   little stiff out the package, but i think a few wears or washes will take care of that. gonna be a nice layer between the helmet and the melon
"little snug" 10/15/2010
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  • Name: 2011 Sierra Headphones TShirt Men's
  • Pros:  decent material, cheap, stylin'
  • Cons:  fits smaller than should,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  XL
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  for the tight clothes crowd

Experience:   been waiting for this little shirt for a while (due to the backorder thing). it's a nice design, pretty fly, but it fits much smaller than expected. i didn't want to get a xxl and swim in it, now i wish i would have (maybe a xxl would have fit like a normal xl). order a size up unless you like tight fits. might not be able to wear it boarding once i slip a layer of dryride under it
"nice and flexible" 8/3/2010
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  • Name: 2008 Forum Recon
  • Pros:  cheap price, comfy, the right amount of flex
  • Cons:  none yet,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  13
  • Boot Size:  13

Experience:   i got these here for 40 bucks. i would say i got a good deal. i got these to replace a well boned out pair of kempers i started w/ when the k2's i got were too stiff for my style. i'm really diggin' them so far. they have a moldable footbed so that's pretty tight.
"pretty nice for the price" 8/3/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Gravis Byron
  • Pros:  good price, nice make, comfy
  • Cons:  none to think of,

Experience:   got these for my wife. she digs 'em. she followed the size chart and they fit just right. no complaints from her so far
"at least the price is good" 8/2/2010
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  • Name: 2007 Gravis D-Bah Womens
  • Pros:  nice color, stiff build might mean longevity,
  • Cons:  cheaply built?, uncomfy toe strap,

Experience:   my wife got a pair of these, her comments have been that they toe strap is uncomfortable and gets sweaty and they don't feel well made she wishes she would have bought another pair instead. my thoughts- the strap is plastic so i could see the sweaty thing. my gravis flops were a bit more in price, but felt like they make a nice product (that needs breaking in perhaps). also, they were 5 freakin' bucks, a fiver don't usually get you this decent of a sandal.
"cute shoes for a hot price" 7/31/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Gravis Misha Shoes
  • Pros:  super cute make, super cute colors, comfy

Experience:   my wife is really diggin' these. she followed the sizing chart and they fit her perfect. she now wishes she would have gotten 2 pairs
"pimpin' flops" 7/30/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Gravis Hemperpedic
  • Pros:  nice color scheme, cheap, comfy
  • Cons:  fit a little small, need break-in time,

Experience:   for $10 they can't be beat. i will second that a size up isn't a bad idea. i'm a 13 though so i don't think i would have been in luck. my feet fit just perfect on them, but a half inch at either end would have been nice. i haven't worn them for long, so i think i need time to break these in, they are pretty firm. they do feel nicely built so i think i can get a few summers out of them. pick 'em up while they're cheap.

Comments & Questions

snowj720
on a side note- order two pair, i wish i would have



"nice lil tool for the price" 6/9/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Dakine Cool Tool
  • Pros:  compact, everything you need ,
  • Cons:  falling on it might suck,

Experience:   i really dig this little tool. my last dakine tool had a little bearing looking thing to hold in the bits, the ball has been gone since the first trip it went out, so now the bits fall out. not a problem w/ this new one, dakine must have learned from it's mistake
"this pad does the trick" 6/5/2010
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  • Name: 2008 Dakine Petal Mat Stomp
  • Pros:  cool lookin, totally keeps your foot from slipping,

Experience:   this stomp does just what it's supposed to, while looking pretty sweet. got it for my girl, she digs it. for the price, it can't be beat.
"sweet bag" 6/5/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Treble Yell
  • Pros:  super cool, holds a board and everything else, nice design
  • Cons:  doesn't feel indestructable,

Experience:   ordered this backpack for my son, but now i want to keep it for myself. i'd say pick this one up. it doesn't feel like you'll be able to carry 50lbs of gear in it, but for 20 bucks you can't go wrong w/ this one.
"good bindings for the price" 6/5/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Ride LXh Womens
  • Pros:  killer price, nice features,
  • Cons:  woman using them is super picky,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   i personnally can't say a whole lot about these bindings because it's my wife that uses them. i will say that when we got them they were 40 a pair, so we got 2. there's nice features like the convertable toe strap and all the nice adjustments that can be made. plus, it feels pretty light.
"nice shirt" 6/5/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Arbor Temple
  • Pros:  lightweight, cool style,
  • Cons:  bamboo not the strongest of materials,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  XL
  • Fits Like:  XL
  • Description:  just right

Experience:   dig the color, the design, it's pretty stylin'. after about a month of wear it started to get little holes in it. but it was only like 10 bucks, so i guess not too bad.

Comments & Questions

snowj720
durability is not this shirts strong point, the holes seem to be reproducing. not good material. still a nice comfy fit and feel though.



"these suck" 1/28/2009
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  • Name: 2007 RED Audex Audio Ear Accessory
  • Pros:  nothing so far
  • Cons:  the set i got has a sticker that says M/L and L/XL. well, two different stickers. i have a feeling that they could be an XS and still not fit my XL helmet. i got them to work with my "trace" helmet, and they should've worked (the tab is just a different shape), but didn't. i agree w/ the other poster, go giro. they seem to have a good product. issue number two is that they didn't work right out of the package. headphones are pretty simple...plug in....listen....hear audio. not these. i think sierra sent the audeux 2 because these do have a mute button, but i can't hear anything unless i hold the button down. i can't imagine going down the hill with one hand held to my head the whole way. but hey, who uses their arms while snowboarding right?

Experience:   don't but it, buy giro.

Comments & Questions

snowj720
update- did get them working right. sound wasn't bad, not skullcandy good, but not bad. never did get them to fit w/ my helmet, but a snobro did get them to fit on his. if sierra offers these for $10 they might be worth it to ya, just beware of the sizing.




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