Originally Posted by MadBomber53045
people that wear all white are one of my biggest pet peeves on a mountain. if its a high risk sport centered around speed and danger, why in god's name do you want to be invisible? the only good thing about the trend of gaudy neon crap is that you can spot everyone, noob or otherwise, from a mile away. do you really want someone going 40+ on a board with sharp metal edges to not see you til its too late to move?
for the record i wear a blue pants and a snake skin print jacket because a)nobody else has it and it distinguishes me from the crowd for friends, and b) it stands out from snow.
I used to wear a white SB jacket, khaki SB pants, white helmet, white goggles. Once you realize you are invisible you feel like someone is going to t-bone you. Not to mention I spend most of my time in the sketchiest parts of the mountain...and would be screwed if I got hurt there.