I had these in a 30 and thought I might have room because I'm a 28, boy was I wrong. These things were the closest fit to skin tight I've ever worn. I'm a skinny guy too at only 123 lbs. the waist is more like a 28 and a 32 inseam with zipper openings at the bottom, they are stretchy too, but I couldn't even get them over the 32 lashed boots.
Pros: RATCHET ACTION!, Pocket portable-(5in long 1in wide), 5 different screw heads
Cons: 5 screwdriver heads but only 4 storage holes,
I love the ratchet feature because compared to a screw driver,
I don't have to pull out when I'm screwing,(ha! that's what he said) or unscrewing,it includes flat heads as well as different sized phillips heads
The only con is that you need to leave one screw head in, because there are only four storage holes for 5, in other words, you could possibly fall and stanb yourself with a screwdriver head, or poke a hole through your pants, or both. I'm not sure what year my friend has, but his is newer model and his has 5 holes.
Pros: Zip pockets/ vents, Drawstrings, fleece insides
Cons: Can get cold if taken off too often,
I like the gloves for it's features. I like to put my season pass in the zip pocket, so it gives me quick entry into the lift line. the drawstrings are nice so i don't have to stuff the gloves in my pocket while texting or adjusting my bindings. They just hang from my wrists like arm bling. Keeps my hands fine for socal riding.the conditions I rode them in were about 35-45(F) The only reason my hands get cold is because i take the gloves off too often, whether it's to check my phone, camera, or to jock the bitches and slap the hoes.
I had the Baker gloves which were awesome and kept me warm in almost 0 degree conditions, so I decided to give the mittens a try. I wore a M in gloves so figured the M for the mitts would fit fine. I was wrong, they were HUGE they fit like a L. There was too much space for me fingers to move around. I could make a fist in the designated finger area and it would look like my hand was open in them. I solved the problem and wore a thin pair of gloves underneath them.
Other than the sizing problem, they were fine and stayed water proof in snowing conditions i experienced that were ~ 30 fahrenheit.
Pros: lightly insulated, pit zippers, media pocket
Jacket Fit: Just right
My Size: S
Fits Like: S
This jacket is awesome, there is light insulation around the body, which is nice for me because I am on the skinny side. I've ridden this jacket from spring slush to Colorado chills and it's served me well. I'm about 130 pounds on a heavy day, and 2 top layers in 0 degree Colorado weather kept me just fine, and at times too toasty, which the pit zips are great for. The media pocket has a hole cut out for your headphones to feed through which is nice. the hood fits over my helmet too which is great when storming. for powder days it comes with a pow skirt and button snaps for bonfire pants. For size reference the size small zipper top to bottom is 28.5 inches.
Description: Fit well but the length was an inch too short.
These socks are great, but my only gripe is, the length going up the calf was about an inch too short for me. This may not be a huge problem if you can deal with the abrasion of your boot liner. I should've got a L instead of a M. The only other problem I had was that when my foot sweated a lot in them, there was black thread or lint like residue on my foot when taking them off.
Otherwise these socks kept me dry and warm, and they dry rather quickly also, after I took my boot off thinking my feet would be super clammy for a 5 minutes, these socks were dry in less than a minute. They are cushioned and the bottom of the foot, and the top in comparison is thinner, which is great for breathability. I found the sock to be a lightweight which works nicely in slush conditions and fine when it gets to the 30s too.