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Gender: Male
Age: 14
Languages: English
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Years Riding: 14
Average Days/Year: 29
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: N/A
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry
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Height/Weight: 6'0, 185 lbs
Board Size: 160
Boot Size: 10
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Region: East Coast
Location: Vermont
Resort: Stratton
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1/9/2013 10:46:32 AM I guess its about time...While no one is happy with how we got here, there's a new battle for Lord Stanley's Cup starting in 11days. 
3/8/2010 6:04:52 AM So who is planning on going to the Open at Stratton? Who wants to go?
2/4/2010 8:13:51 AM I'm leaving in a few days for a trip to SLC from here in New York. I don't think I've been on a snowboard trip since the airlines got all nuts about bag charges. I'm concerned about getting some massive charge for my snowboard bag. If I keep the snowboard bag (wheelie bag) under 50lbs and otherwise just have a carry on, will they charge for the snowboard bag? I tried to interpret the cryptic bag fee explanations and am not really sure what they will do. I'm flying Delta, if anyone has any experience on avoiding a fee please let me know.
2/2/2010 5:03:08 AM I am trying to go for a quick trip to Snowbird right before president's week. The lodging at the mountain is a bit on the expensive side and I could use some advice whether it's worth it.  I've been to the Bird before but had been staying at Park City and driven to the base of the valley to take the bus up to the mountain so I could stay  in downtown SLC and take the bus from there. What is important in this decision for me is, whether the access road to the mountain could be shut if there is a good snowstorm? I'm only going for 4 days so I don't want to be stuck in a hotel room watching the flakes I could be riding. So, does it happen often that the buses can't make it up? If the buses can't get up are the trails even open, or are they on delay in that situation anyway? thanks for the help
2/27/2008 2:18:27 PM We're back guys and girls! Give a shout out and introduce yourselves, again. Home = Brooklyn, Ny Home Mtn = Stratton , VT
2/6/2008 8:12:07 AM Well due to work the only way I may make it west this season is if it's after April 16th. Can you guys fill me in on what my best options might be so late in the season. Best chance for pow, of course, but open and decent coverage at a minimum. Tahoe, Colorado, Utah any are ok with me as long as the conditions are good. I've done Tahoe in early April before and some places were closing and others were very slushy at that point.
11/8/2007 8:30:16 AM Check this out. Insane but fun.Car in Halfpipe
11/6/2007 8:04:55 AM I'm looking to get new boots this season and would appreciate some help. First a little background - My last 2 pairs of boots were Burton Ions: I think the first or second year they came out which were great once I got a custom footbed, and then I got 2005/2006 version at end of season so last year was my first season riding them. I was not two thrilled here's why: 1) I got them in a 10.5, My first ones were that size and they fit well for quite a long time, I tried to fit into a 10 (because I heard they pack out a bit) when getting the 05/06's but felt like toe was too tight. Well I would say that after 5 days of riding last year my feet were floating all over the boot. So they seem to pack out so much that I think I have to start in a boot that fits entirely too tight to have a pair that will fit right over the long term. 2) I did not care much for the speed lacing. I found that the speed lacing did not allow me to get the boot snug where I need it too be, and almost too constrictive in other places, creating some pain when I was trying to get them tight enough to minimize the float of the packed in liner. I felt there was no good way to get it snug in the ankle area with the speed lace. So I am going to try again and hopefully get it right this time, with your help. I think I would like to keep my choices to Salomon and Burton even though I'm a bit skeptical about Burton at the moment. I freeride a bit more than I'm in the park but to like to hit the park and pipe every time I'm out so I need a boot that works for both. I was fine with the flex of the ions. So here are some questions: Do all manufacturer's boots pack out a lot these days? Is this more comon of Burtons are only some Burtons. Do this years pack out less? How about Salomon's? Despite advice to try on boots with ski socks would it be better to try them on with a thin sock for purchasing in the hopes that when they pack out they will feel right with ski socks? Are the Salomon speed laces significantly better at getting a snug fit then the Burton's? Or should I just limit my search to lace ups which I'm fine with but would like a high quality boot which seems to be the speed laces for most manufacturers. I would like to go try on some recommendations before I order, so your input is much appreciated. So far I tried on the Burton Warhol boots (because they are lace up and I did like the look too) They fit good in a size ten with thin socks. Maybe a little soft but they are definitely in the running. Thanks for any help you can give.
3/23/2007 9:02:36 AM Found this on another site, its crazy. Anyone know where it's from? [FLASH width=400 height=360]http://www.youtube.com/v/Rd8AJdcnw4A[/FLASH]

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