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Gender: Male
Age: 114
Languages: English
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Years Riding: 6
Average Days/Year: 25
Skill Level: N/A
Riding Style: all mountain
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Preferred Terrain: powder, park, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'10, 156 lbs
Board Size: 157
Boot Size: 9
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: California
Location: So-Cal
Resort: Mammoth
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1/22/2009 11:17:40 PM Conditions: Cool, Groomed Matched with: Rome 390, Burton Ion Rider: 5'9.45326" 160lbs. 5th season, advance noob. Initial impressions: soft. I have not been on tons of boards but I can say it’s the softest I’ve ever ridden and I was worried about stability at high speeds. Light. 1.4lbs core weight. Crazy rocker. It does look like it’s broken. I’ve checked out the banana at the stores and that board looks like it has camber compared to this (not really). Graphics are meh. If I walked by this board at a shop, I wouldn't look twice. Pros: soft fun board, easy to press. Edge hold is good. High speed stability was better than I thought but I could not bomb down the runs without some chatter. Edge to edge is quick and smooth. Base is very durable. Took it on a run that had some rocks and it held up great, only light scratches. Snow didn’t stick to the topsheet like my other boards. Not a big deal but it’s a plus. Cons: it’s not as poppy but I guess that’s what to be expected from a rockered board. You also don’t get that 'pop' coming out of a turn that helps you speed up. Base isn’t that fast but the board wasn’t meant to go fast, it’s a park board. Overall: I love this board. I’ve been trying to downsize my gear but I still want to pick this up. Even though it’s labeled as a park board, I’ve had tons of fun with it all over the mountain. I think it would be better if it had a bit more pop at the risk of losing some flex.  Hopefully Zag and Hoon can give a better review of how it holds up in the park because I’m a noob in that area. http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/2009-Signal-Park-Rocker-50885.asp Behold! Signal's super mind-blowing 3-stage rocker. You want this board! Stage One is continuous contact which makes the board level through the bindings, allowing you to hold an edge without catching one. Stage Two rocks and rolls up ten degrees into Stage Three, the flat spot. These elements are designed to give you more confidence when hitting rails and boxes. You will sit on presses like never before! Whether you're an average rider or a tech master, the Park Rocker offers more fluid control under a variety of shred circumstances, making even the most technical tricks feel effortlessly smooth. Size - 156 -Flex - Soft - 1 2 (3) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 - Stiff -Stage 1 - 79.0 -Stage 2 - Lift 10 degrees -Stage - 3 - 24.0 -Effective Edge - 118cm -Sidecut - 770cm -Tip/Tail - 18.5cm -Waist - 24.6cm -Nose/Tail width - 29.0cm -Stance options - 20.5 - 25.2cm
12/14/2008 1:42:56 PM bindings fits mens boots size 6-9 new 07 rome 390s black/yellow s/m ~90 new audex subwoofer (skullcandy) earpads ~35 analog perimeter tygra optic med~75 (sorry for the crappy cell phone pix)
2/27/2008 5:41:49 PM who else is in socal? where do you ride? i go to mtn high, bear/summit and mammoth.  looking to head to mammoth sometime in march.  Its been too damn hot! all the snow is melting away.
2/25/2008 11:51:46 PM Never used. New with tags. $40 obo. MSRP $70 im socal.
1/7/2008 12:46:28 PM Used a couple of days.  like new. size S/M is 24"-34" waist. 20 shipped within the continental u.s.  
1/6/2008 1:37:49 AM thinking of heading up next weekend after this bigass storm.  anyone else going? New Snow: 4" today Storm Total: 3-5 feet (1/4-1/5) Base Depth: 64-80"  
12/28/2007 9:43:42 AM will probably get a few runs early in the am at west then head over to east when it gets packed. then hit up west again later after the crowd goes home.
12/11/2007 9:42:23 AM The Burton Snowboards & Channel Islands Surfboards LA Flagship Store is Now Open!   Burton Snowboards and Channel Islands Surfboards have opened up the doors to their new Los Angeles flagship store, located at 8175 Melrose Ave near Crescent Heights Boulevard. The 11,500 sq ft space is Burtons seventh flagship store worldwide, and the first shop to feature a full-service snow, surf, and skate selection.   The Burton Snowboards presentation in the store offers a tremendous selection of the latest mens, womens and youth gear from Burton, including: snowboards, boots and bindings, outerwear, apparel and luggage; ANON sunglasses and goggles; R.E.D. protective gear; Analog clothing, and Gravis shoes and accessories. The Channel Islands space in the store offers its complete line-up of surfboards, along with a full representation of wetsuits, surf accessories, bags and surf apparel from a variety of brands for men and women. There is also a fully stocked skate shop within the store, which houses a full selection of skateboard hardgoods, apparel, and accessories.   Visitors to the LA store can also look forward to ongoing special events, including athlete autograph sessions, demos, parties, charity events, art and boardsports photograph exhibitions, womens-focused events and Learn To Ride clinics. Stay tuned to burton.com for updates on LA store promotions and events.   Store info: Burton Snowboards & Channel Islands Surfboards Flagship Store 8175 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90094 Phone: 323-370-1777 (snow) 323-370-1700 (surf) 323-370-1711 (skate) Store Hours: Mon Sat: 10:00 am 7:00 pm Sunday: 11:00 am 6:00 pm
12/6/2007 6:41:13 PM EDIT// I'm not doing the list anymore. please check the link below for updates/news. thanks!   http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=15899 I always see people asking when sierra will have the ability to process international credit cards again.  If you want me to notify you once that is back, click here and PM me your email adress.  I will email everyone when international orders can be processed.  Cheers!  
12/1/2007 9:05:46 PM if both are in stock, you can request a specific color.  shoot an email to help@sierrasnowboard.com with your order number, name and the color you want. 
12/1/2007 1:07:50 AM used for 4 hours. selling because i am looking for something longer. looking for $275 obo.  located in the 626 socal. specs (mm) Nose Length   208 Running Length   1160 Tail Length   182.5 Effective Edge   1203 Nose Width   290 Waist Width   247 Tail Width   290 Sidecut       21.5 Radius   7.83 Stance   505 Stance Position   25 back translated from a japanese site: ""The extent which stops wanting to call JAPAN CUSTOM, all Japanese riders it is the magic board which the highest riding is possible in all situations. Especially, it drives out the performance which tops the group, regarding the field such as the pipe and the park, runs at exciting speed and comes out probably will be. TECH & FEATURES and sintered vision base, super fly II core, dual zone EGD, light/write try ax fiberglarse, carbon I beam , infinite ride , positive core profile and pro-tips , pressure distribution edge""
11/23/2007 2:05:49 PM maybe evernod can chime in on this. Are only lib tech boards supposed to have banana tech?  Read over on BMB that GNU are not supposed to and someone posted pictures of his 08 riders choice mtx with banana tech.  i was checking out boards today and i saw one there and it had a yellow base. is it rare?  here are some pix from BMB.
10/30/2007 1:51:05 PM 686 mammoth opener party for those going opening weekend. too bad ill be there the weekend after.  
10/25/2007 2:26:35 PM anyone going? some pretty cheap deals with their first track packages.
10/2/2007 9:52:23 AM found this on another site...   http://forums.slickdeals.net/showthread.php?t=620764   [quote]Orbitz has the Lake Tahoe Inn for $.38 per night before tax... Hotel's Website Tripadvisor Reviews Valid dates of Travel: 1st October-13th December, 2007. 1) Click this link 2) Enter "Lake Tahoe" as the city, then enter a stay of 5 nights. I.e. check in Oct 18th, check out October 23rd. Important, you must stay overnight on both a friday AND a saturday night...Update, a few days are sold out. To get the cheap rate, the hotel must have availability for a standard queen queen room...if only patio or family rooms come up, try a different range of dates to get the $.38 per night. 3) Enter in "Tahoe Inn" under "Specify a hotel" 4) Under I have a promotion code, enter in SUNANDSKI150, then click find. 5) The Tahoe Inn should pop up, and click Select to advance to the next page in order to see the coupon apply. Good for up to 4 adults for travel until the 13th of December. Taxes will add $46.40 to the total cost (as they would if the rate was not $.38/night). If you need a second room, just book the first room, then repeat steps 1-5. Alternatively, book 3 nights at this hotel (does not matter if you book over the weekend or not), and apply code SUNANDSKI75 for a higher rate, though if you're staying 4 nights, you might as well just book 5, then check out of the room early. [/quote]


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