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Yeah, if its brand new, go to big bear or high or rent. If you rent, get it from someplace off the mountain because their slopeside gear selection is crap. Baldy is a gem after a major dump... if we ever get one this year

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Yeah, if its brand new, go to big bear or high or rent. If you rent, get it from someplace off the mountain because their slopeside gear selection is crap. Baldy is a gem after a major dump... if we ever get one this year
Let me know if you're ever down to meet up there. It's 86 miles from me but for $10 I'm game. I think I'll grab a board from sport's chalet and give it a shot. If you're interested I'll let you know when we're going.
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I've got two funerals this week (friend's family members) so i don't think I'll be able to go soon. But I should be riding with my cousin soon. I'll pm you or something. have a fun mammoth trip

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I love all the sensitive sallys in here...lol. It was a light-hearted joke. Visibility-wise, SoCal has it made with endless sunny days where all you need is a super dark/reflective lens.

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I ride in CA, CO, WA, MI with Blue Iridiums in all conditions... that is just what I like.

Personally I'd just get some Blue Iridiums and call it a day, they are good all arounders. I don't dig really dark lenses even on bluebird days, they just aren't versatile in certain areas or changing conditions.
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I love all the sensitive sallys in here...lol. It was a light-hearted joke. Visibility-wise, SoCal has it made with endless sunny days where all you need is a super dark/reflective lens.
Don't worry. My feelings and overall self esteem remain intact

truth on the dark lens. One of my goggs is the Anon Figment (just like everyone else on the mountain) with the dark smoke lens. Dark as hell, but its perfect for riding where I do.

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