For small to medium-sized faces, the Oakley Ambush Goggles give you a balanced and comfortable fit with or without a helmet thanks to articulating O Matter strap clips. Oakley gave the Ambush a dual-vented lens as well as an F2 anti-fog coating to eliminate cloudy build up when you’re cutting turns in moist conditions. Triple-layer, moisture-wicking fleece foam keeps you comfortable until the lifts quit running. so here is me wearing a pair.
The runs are great and there are plenty for all skill levels. Overall Parks are great. Lifts are quick. Runs are nice. Heathers canyon and Private Reserve are amazing for double black diamonds, Its always powder over there. Trees are awesome! Powder days are amazing! Also You got 200+ acres of night skiing, And its all good terrain. Go here if you like good powder terrain and a good 3 mile run! There’s honestly nothing to dislike about this Resort. Stop being debbie downers ride meadows.
The parks at Meadows change pretty frequently but here is a look at what is going on up at the mountain right know
Ship yard : Down bar, jump, 2 boxes, c-rail.
Park Place: Three Jumps
The Zoo: Flat box, flat down box, flat down box, rainbow box, up-flat-down, 3 jumps.
Rose City Slopestyle: Box, ledge, double barrel, flat down box, 2 jumps.
Super Pipe : Under construction
Banked Salom: Five banked turns built and more in the works
Forest Park: Line one: Flat box, flat down box top, down box, brontosaurus. Line two: Up flat rail, up rail, down rail, flat down propane tanks, 2 jumps, picnic table, culvert, A-frame box top, C-box top, C-box top, urban down rail, elephant rail, wall ride.
The Lamar Cruiser is an all-mountain performance snowboard from Lamar’s bronze series. The Cruiser features a versaflex full wood core and edge link sidewall construction. The Cruiser comes in sizes 144, 149, 154, 157, 159 and 163.
The Lamar Cruiser is a good beginner to intermediate board. Advanced riders should probably avoid this board though, as it really lacks edge grip. The board also requires quite a bit of maintenance because the base is not sintered. The board can be found for ~$100 price point on ebay, which makes it a great value for beginners.
Performance from the backcountry to the backyard, and everywhere in between. The Custom sits on top of the “do it all” heap and always has. With a feel rating that sits smack in the middle of the scale, the Custom is the one board nearly anyone can have a good time on. New sizes this year, so step up. Sintered Base: Holds wax, is durable, and moves right along. Lite Triax: Light weight and torsional stiffness. Carbon I-Beam: Lots of snap; stop using cheater jumps to get on handrails