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    Posted: Apr/25/2010 at 11:46pm
Do you actually bring all your boards with you when you go shred?

I'm trying to justify having more than 1 board. Everytime I look for a board, I always look for an all mountain since I ride mostly in a resort nearby (less than 1.5 hours). Being in So Cal I don't expect a lot of powder days so what's really the advantage of multiple boards?

I have the Burton Custom V-Rocker right now which is fun for every sort of terrains on my local mountain. If I want another one it'll probably be a total park board or a stiff one for carving but I don't see myself bringing more than 1 board on me and then switching boards throughout the day in a resort.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2010 at 11:54pm
i have a board bag that fits two sets of board / bindings, but more often than not, i go to a certain mountain for a certain reason. I have a custom(for crappy terrain/park) and a custom x(for good terrain and all mt). Since you live in socal, i'm sure you know of mt high. i would never bring my custom x to mt high. when i go to mammoth, i'd only bring my CX. i guess in the end it's up to you. what would you want to do when you go to MT "x"
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2010 at 11:55pm
I usually take 2, what ever board I want to ride for a while, and the Hero that I always go back to every time.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2010 at 11:58pm
I take 2.  Depends on what i feel like doing on the day and what the conditions are like.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2010 at 11:59pm
I have 2 boards. If I'm only going for one day, I just bring the one that I feel like riding (based on weather conditions and which resort I'm going to). If I go for multiple days, I can fit both in my bag and can make a choice of which to ride in the morning before I depart for the resort. I don't bring both and switch during the day.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:04am
In reality you really only need 2 or maybe 3
with 2 board you have option of going towards more pow oriented board and more park oriented board and with 3 board option you can go pow board, board you can ride all over the place/resort with ease and straight park board.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:07am
If I'm driving, I'll bring two.  My cambered one if it's not too slushy, and a RC board.  If I'm taking the Greasebus up, then I'll just take whichever one I think will be the best choice for the entire day.

The reverse crew that I've got is awesome, and great for all-mountain stuff, but for speed or steepness, I feel much more in control on a regular cambered board.  I'd probably go for that over the park noodle unless you're planning on jibbing a lot.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:14am
To all you people with multiple boards, do you have a set of bindings for each, or switch when you need them?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:18am
I'm still trying to justify getting another board next season.

My Custom V-Rocker seems capable to handle anything but I abuse the hell out of it. 6-7 days of riding and it got chips and I need to fix my front nose already. Seems like I should just abuse one til I can't ride it no more and get another awesome all mountain after that.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:20am
Maybe this thread will help how many or what type of boards people are riding
http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=839&PN=1
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:24am
Meh, that's just people showing off LOL

I need a reason why people use multiple boards, most probably it's because I'm not at that level of riding yet that I need a certain board for a specific need. I know what I want if I'm looking for park specific or carving specific one.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:27am
i just throw all my boards in the back of the car. decide when i get up there
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:43am
Í'm a relaxed guy, so i just bring one board. but you should be able to ride diffrent boards if you feel you need the variation from day to day(if you never tried a diffrent type of board you must atleast rent one to see if its worth buyng that type for that place). the most relax way and best way is if you have a friend with simular size, just bring a screw driver or if you got the channel system move his bindings to your stance and then you just switch boards after lunch. thats pretty cool don't you think. anyways if you are some kind of local pro you'd better bring as many board as you can everyday to be able to be the best at every terrain on the mountain to not lose your street creed, ya digging?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 12:48am
i used to, but i didnt this year.  besides, i lived 6 miles away from the lifts this year, so if i really "needed" to switch, it would have been easy.

i have a quiver and each board is completely different.  i dont have a bunch of similar sized similar flex twins like a lot of people seem to have.  i have an all around rockered twin-ish board, usually a mid flex or slightly mid-stiff one between 158-160, then i have a 20mm tapered/rockered deck for pow days like a capita charlie slasher 58 or something similar, and then i have a shorter softer board for playing around/jibbing/whatever, like a mid-lower 150s mid flex or slightly softer board.  i also have a burton fish which is my mega pow cruiser board that i ride once in a while.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 1:09am
I've brought 2 with me before. A long flat camber board and my custom v-rocker. Started out on my flat camber for the powder day and after one run switched back to the custom v-rocker so I was glad I brought 2 on that day. I still need to give the flat camber more of a chance but will have to wait until next season.. If it doesn't work for me, I'll probably have to pick up a cambered board next season..
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 1:32am
I usually bring one board, because I have a pretty good idea of the conditions before I hit the mountain in the morning.  For park days I'm grabbing my Sierrascope.  For icy days, or days where I'm going to hit the half pipe I grab my Flow Team.  For every other day I grab my Reverse Crew, since it does everything well.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 1:58am
I have two boards and 3 sets of bindings.

most of the time I will bring both boards with 2 bindings. usually as back up if one happens to break. on big trips I always bring both boards, one for regular riding (Palmer Burn) and the other in case it snows (Ride Timeless)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 2:34am
as i have 3 very different boards i think it depends on what i am doing that day, i mean if it dumped overnight its nice to have a really floatable directional board like my huge 164 old school burton bullet ,but if its hitting the park in the afternoon my 09 burton custom 157w works a treat and then again i sometimes ride my little hammer mini 135 (yes it is really that small but its a wide and the stance is 22") just for playing around and messing with the crew when the weather is not the best. so i guess its about how i feel on the day. and if you have aspare board its easier to get people to try it out and you end up with more people to snowbaord with in the long run. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 4:56am
Depends on the resort and how I got there.

If I drove up and it's easy to reach the car, I'll usually leave a rig in the car (or at least bindings).  If I took a ski bus or if a resort requires a shuttle ride to get back to the car, it's just too much trouble.

I used to switch out boards a fair amount, but don't so much any more unless I'm really not feeling something on a particularly day.  But I still like to have an extra set-up handy just in case.  I've busted bindings on the hill before and seen folks snap tails/noses... and it sucks driving that far, paying for the lift ticket, and suddenly not having something to ride.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 5:00am
I only bring one board unless I think conditions will be sketchy and then I also bring a board I don't care about as much.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:21am
Occasionally I'll bring two, usually just one. I can gauge what I feel like riding most days, or at least what the weather will dictate. My "local" hill also has a board check, so I often take advantage of that if I'm bringing two boards-- check one while I ride and not have to worry about it in the car or on the board rack...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:22am
Depends on the resort.

If i ride a-basin (parking right at the lift essentially) i will often bring 2.  If i ride anywhere else I just make a decision that morning and live with it.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:24am
i got 2 boards, it's just because i couldn't get the one i want :(
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:35am
I usually just pick a board for the type of riding I feel like doing.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:40am
I just figure use one board for everything...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:44am
Originally posted by Attrox

Do you actually bring all your boards with you when you go shred?

I'm trying to justify having more than 1 board. Everytime I look for a board, I always look for an all mountain since I ride mostly in a resort nearby (less than 1.5 hours). Being in So Cal I don't expect a lot of powder days so what's really the advantage of multiple boards?

I have the Burton Custom V-Rocker right now which is fun for every sort of terrains on my local mountain. If I want another one it'll probably be a total park board or a stiff one for carving but I don't see myself bringing more than 1 board on me and then switching boards throughout the day in a resort.

 
I live in FL, so when I go out West I bring both boards. Ones a reverse camber park board the other a regular camber more all mountain board that I use for carving. I go out for a few days of riding and dont know what the weather will be like, or I might just chill in the park for a while then switch it up and resort cruise. I like having options between a reverse camber and regular camber thats why I got a second board.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:48am
I personally just bring one board with me - would rather not bother with transporting extra equipment and switching boards in the middle day (maybe I'm just a bit lazy).  Sure, some boards are better suited for certain things than others, but it's usually still a fun day whatever board I'm on, and can just take a different one out next time.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:51am
Often, I just take on eboard as I know what the conditoins are like, what I want to do and which mountain. Big mountain carving, or hitting the park or just small mountain tops and trees. My boards are very different in construction, make and size.
 
Having said that, towards teh end pf s3ason I bough a short soft jib stick, and found myself tagging it along regardless which board or mountain I go! Like my mini-me! Wink It's a 156 that fits in my trunck and light to carry. I lock it, go carving, hard charging speed and get that out on early morning groomed runs. After noon, I just break out the jib stick and go have some fun/cruising around!
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:53am
Even if I'm travelling, I usually have my main board and might take the powder board early in the season and a fun board later in the season.
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I usually bring 2 boards when I go up.  Mainly in case I break one. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 6:54am

For HK snowboarder, all of them only can bring One and Only one board for outdoor resort.

We need an air ticket to go for snowboarding, the airline overweight charges is not cheap.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:05am
I bring two and decide in the morning.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:09am
I live in east coast but I usually take park and all mountain boards when I go to CO or UT.  If you have two light boards,  your baggage will not go over 50 lbs.  Speeding down on the park board is not as good as stiffer all mountain board.  I have yet to find one board that can do it all, so "yes" if you do different stuff, you need multiple boards.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:11am
I like to bring 15 boards and change board after each run.
I mean, seriously I wouldn't be seen dead on the same board for two consecutive runs..... people would start talking, and I have a reputation to uphold.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:14am
Since I'm usually in a car to go to a resort, I bring two.  I ride Mt High (socal) so I bring a rock board and another board.  Usually I go through the resort once on my rock board to see the conditions before I bring out my other boards.  

If I'm going to Mammoth I just bring one board (all-mountain board) since space is limited in the car because I'm always carpooling.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:23am
If you live near a mountain and the resort has plenty of options, you should have at least two :P
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:29am
Depends on how far I'm going and how long I'm going for.  If it's just one day or a couple hours of night boarding after work I'll typically bring just the one board and go to the mountain with a purpose in mind depending on the conditions or what I want to do that day.  If I going for more than a day I'll bring 2 or 3 boards so I can be prepared for variable conditions and can mix it up and experience all the mountain has to offer.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:34am
I only bring one. Plan on weather, type of riding, and the snow condition.

In other words I only bring one board!
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I check the weather reports and usually bring one if its just a day trip, two if is an overnighter or something like that. 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:52am
If over a foot is reported I grab the mullet.
Less than a foot. Skate Nanner or Reverse Crew.
 
But if there is new snow I usually bring the Mullet.
Just incase the snow report was fibbin.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 7:52am
i have two complete set-ups but i usually just bring one board,
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 8:16am
I have a few different boards, Typically I bring my Sierra Crew and a park board. That's for So cal riding. 1 pair of bindings (cartels.) If I go to Mammoth, it's just the Sierra Crew.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 8:20am
i have 2 sets..and only bring one, depending on the conditions..just check the snow reports from the resorts before making the trip and bring the right board for the condition.
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I have a park board and a pow board.  that is all I need. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 8:33am
on a good day, i try to get 3 boards out, 1 for the whole mountain, 1 jib stick, and one big-air board.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 8:35am
I have 2 board. 1 is allterrain custom and another is fully FS and Jib board.
I always take 2 board when I go for a few days riding trip. But when I go to some local mountain resorts which are really nearby then I grab only one board. And it really depends which resort I will go to and the snow conditions... For more crappy conditions I prefer to use my freestyle board.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 8:50am
I usually will just bring one board mostly b/c of room issues. If i am driving I would bring 2 of them maybe but I have been riding the Sierra RC and it is so much hard, it is hard to bring myself to ride another board. 
If i was you in socal the only other board i would buy is something soft for those days you really want to play in the park. I prob wouldn't spend the money and just ride and when it get pretty beat up buy and new board and use that you your rock board. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 8:52am
I have 2. I just check the conditions before I go up and decide from there. Also, I have 2 different sets of bindings, but only because I got them cheap enough that it would have been stupid not to get the second set for board #2.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 9:05am
I had 2 this season I'd switch out

A Burton Twin for park(please stay the hell away from burton)

And a Head ? for powder.

the burton is no longer alive and the Head is hanging in there.

just get one noodle for park and one larger board for pow, preferably one with a set back stance option

oh and I have one pair of binders and I just swap them out b/w boards
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 9:14am
I have 3 setups:
K2 Podium - early/late season, poor conditions, etc
Burton T6 - fast crusing, hiking, backcounty, fresh snow
Sierra Stunt - pretending I can ride park, goofing around, riding with slow friends

I take one for the day depending on conditions and what I plan on doing that particular day.  If I'm traveling on an extended trip I'll pack two so I can decide in the morning.  Switching mid-day is almost always too much effort.
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