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    Posted: Jul/03/2007 at 8:48am
Originally posted by gsrrr

hmmm which should i keep. the finch or the burn 58...

I'd keep the Burn, personally (I bought one myself).  Depends on whether you're looking for something a bit more playful or something a bit more aggressive.  The 07 Finch is probably the burliest board I've ever ridden... fun board when I got it going, but at slower speeds I had to muscle it around quite a bit.
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i was thinking of keeping the burn too. maybe ill just ride em both and see. cant wait till summer is over.
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Right on..the search for cheap 07 white targas begins...L/xl...you find and deals, let me know..
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Ridiculous.
 
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I love it!!  Nice pic!  That's starting to look like what we'll have come early next season.  We're each getting a pow board, each getting a T6 and who knows what else on top of the 6 board we already have combined. LOL
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i want a supermodel, and a t6

thats my one wish in life
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/03/2007 at 10:47am
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Ridiculous.
 


is the 2nd one from the left a palmer board?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/03/2007 at 1:29pm
For anyone who's interested, those Burton Ruler LTD's are not nearly as ugly as they look.  Definitely not ugly enough to warranty a $120 reduction.

Soft as freaking hell though.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/03/2007 at 1:31pm
Originally posted by kimchijajonshim

For anyone who's interested, those Burton Ruler LTD's are not nearly as ugly as they look.  Definitely not ugly enough to warranty a $120 reduction.

Soft as freaking hell though.
 
K, you should sell your supermodel to Zagfan..hes looking for one.
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I may just keep the damn thing.  I got it cheap enough that i wouldn't feel that bad about only pulling it out for pow days... depends on what kind of winter we're having come November/December, and also if there's something I really want that I'd like to use the extra money for.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/03/2007 at 1:55pm
Originally posted by kimchijajonshim

For anyone who's interested, those Burton Ruler LTD's are not nearly as ugly as they look.  Definitely not ugly enough to warranty a $120 reduction.

Soft as freaking hell though.


you mean the FS LTDs?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/03/2007 at 1:56pm
^^
Yea, thanks for catching that.  FREESTYLE LTDs not Rule LTDs.  Not an attractive boot by any means, but definitely not as bad as it looks in early pictures and grand larceny at the price.
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your boot is covered practically more than half the time.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/04/2007 at 8:17am
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K, you should sell your supermodel to Zagfan..hes looking for one.


true, i am looking for one

but i dont have nearly enough money for one right now, and i already talked to kimchijajonshim bout it
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/04/2007 at 8:19am
Originally posted by Nu-Nu

your boot is covered practically more than half the time.


so true

i cant figure out why companies wont dress up the toes very much, i mean thats the part you see all the time

i wish they would make some cool drawing of a random thing on each toe of each boot in their line
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Just got my Burn yesterday after nearly a week of trouble with UPS... very excited.  Did some short carpet boarding today... surprised at how stiff it is in the tips.  Seems to have a bit more give between the bindings than the special, but less in the tips.  We'll see how I like it.  Definitely super excited.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/04/2007 at 9:33am
Originally posted by kimchijajonshim

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Yea, thanks for catching that.  FREESTYLE LTDs not Rule LTDs.  Not an attractive boot by any means, but definitely not as bad as it looks in early pictures and grand larceny at the price.


do you have the blues or the greens?  
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Greens size 10.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 1:02pm
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Greens size 10.


ahhh and what size shoes do you wear?  
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Typically a 10.5-11.5.
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I suggest buying the freestyles 1 whole size smaller than your sneaker size.  Mine packed out a lot last year and are too big now.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 1:42pm
Man Bruizza, I don't know how you ride in those things all-mountain.  I have 'em as a pair of backup boots and I think my ankles would be in some serious pain if I was shredding in those things all around the resort.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 1:50pm
Originally posted by zagfan5

i want a supermodel, and a t6

thats my one wish in life


Don't know if you ever check Backcountryoutlet.com but they have it for 40% off right now. Only 159cm left though.
http://www.backcountryoutlet.com/outlet/BUR0393/Burton-Supermodel-Snowboard.html?id=Jk5qYFSf

but once in a while, the Supermodel comes on their affiliated site, SteepandCheap for 50% off.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 1:53pm
Originally posted by BRUIZZA

I suggest buying the freestyles 1 whole size smaller than your sneaker size.  Mine packed out a lot last year and are too big now.

Also, how do you wear your sneakers?  I tend to wear mine a little big, I feel them slip sliding around around when I walk (not enough to screw around with my traction or ability to run though), just because it's a bitch to get my feet in otherwise.

When I first bought my Rulers they were INSANE tight.  Like I didn't think I could ride them tight.  After heat molding them, they feel a little tight, should be perfect after a few days riding... just trying to gauge if I need to size down again.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 1:59pm
Originally posted by BRUIZZA

I suggest buying the freestyles 1 whole size smaller than your sneaker size.  Mine packed out a lot last year and are too big now.
 
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I'm going to be in Breck  for 5 days of riding Nov 20-26...(just booked flight(),,,,staying in a condo in the Village ..most likely with my crew from CO, LA, and Chicago...we may or may not bring girlfriends along..Ill keep you posted and maybe we can hook up and smoke in the shack at peak 10 some afternoon.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 2:29pm
Sounds good BFBF.  Kimchi I wear my sneaks a little loose as well.  I am going to pick up some stiffer boots for this season as well but I couldn't pass up getting another pair for $29.  Plus I am awesome which is why I can wear them for all mountain. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 2:52pm
Originally posted by zagfan5

Originally posted by Nu-Nu

your boot is covered practically more than half the time.


so true

i cant figure out why companies wont dress up the toes very much, i mean thats the part you see all the time

i wish they would make some cool drawing of a random thing on each toe of each boot in their line


yeh, i'll agree with that, i never could understand why boot have designs on the upper part of the boot, where that pants are ALWAYS covering it.  no one wears boots with shorts or pants tucked it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/05/2007 at 3:17pm
Originally posted by Broomcorn

Originally posted by zagfan5

Originally posted by Nu-Nu

your boot is covered practically more than half the time.


so true

i cant figure out why companies wont dress up the toes very much, i mean thats the part you see all the time

i wish they would make some cool drawing of a random thing on each toe of each boot in their line


yeh, i'll agree with that, i never could understand why boot have designs on the upper part of the boot, where that pants are ALWAYS covering it.  no one wears boots with shorts or pants tucked it.


and like on the dc alligences
they have that grippy stuff on the back of the boot. how would that help with bindings grip of your pant leg is over it!?!
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That's why you put your pant leg OVER the binding highback! Wink
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i think he is referring to the inner layer (elastic layer), that keeps snow out of your boots.. that would be a pain in the butt if you had to stretch that over your boot AND highback every time....

A good point made though about the inner leg pant though. My response would be, Burton has put the grip lower by the ankle since the pant leg doesn't exactly need to go that low, but just cover the opening of the boot.
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yeah jenn, like nu nu said, it would be a pain in the ass to stretch the gaiter over your high back every time(thats what i meant)

and i think the grippy stuff is th e most unnecessary thing i have every seem on a boot
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/08/2007 at 6:39pm
Originally posted by zagfan5

yeah jenn, like nu nu said, it would be a pain in the ass to stretch the gaiter over your high back every time(thats what i meant)

and i think the grippy stuff is th e most unnecessary thing i have every seem on a boot


when i was talking to the rep at the burton hq, she was showing me how it interlocks in place...as i tried to take the boot out, it was a bit hard to get the boot out of the binding, so i guess it does it's job as far as preventing heel lift while strapped in.
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yeah, but you not gonna put your gaiters over your highbacks. thats just sillyLOL
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*Confused* about your last post..

i was referring to the back of the boot against the highback of the binding... the gaiter would not reach as low as where the grippy stuff is
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where is the buy or add to cart button?
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The button is only there if the item is in stock. What item were you looking at?
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*Confused* about your last post..

i was referring to the back of the boot against the highback of the binding... the gaiter would not reach as low as where the grippy stuff is


my gaiters on my pants for down to my ankles....they dont just stop at my boot

they go down to my ankle and a hook attaches to a lace on my boot
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ahhh i c... Confused can u hike them up somehow?
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where???? i want one!! gimme gimme. but i cant find it on the siteCry.
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