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7/27/2010 3:37:39 AM Snowboarding vs. skiing: sledding FTW
4/15/2010 5:39:46 AM oh and I forgot to mantion the switch nollie double misty flip 7 in to sw fs boardslide to bs rodeo 5 out on a 20 mt double kink streetrail.
4/15/2010 5:35:09 AM FS5 nosegrab to spin-dried double frontflip headplant off a cliff in backcountry.. in the end I DID rode away, with a wheelbarrow of snow in my pants and back.
3/31/2010 7:38:23 AM Hooger Booger Booster Wombat unknown mod. bindings
3/31/2010 12:13:11 AM I think its always a good habit to ride solid and stiff boards when approaching big jumps, pipe, or anyway all what involves air and landings. THen of course everything can be done with any board, and the difference is probably in what one prefer to focus on more. For example as said I would rather ride a better stiff and responsive board than a soft noodle, since I dont find it too bad for rails and butters as well. Forum Seeker for the win!
3/24/2010 9:03:34 AM One day at my home wild resort :)
3/17/2010 2:57:42 AM I used to ride -12/15, that is kinda of my natural stance. Although lately I have been trying out -15/18 and a little wider, to check if it this helps me to bend my knees some more. It seems like this is actually doing what expected, even though muscles and nerves still have to get totally used to the new stance.
3/16/2010 9:44:31 AM I have a Forum Seeker and I can assure you thats a damn rocket. this board´s base, edges and stifness are all what you need to go flat out down the slopes. Regarding landinds that´s also no problem, you would feel as stable as being in a train rail. I manage to butter pretty good too, even though you will need to charge quite a lot. Custom X is be good too for speeding purposes. In general any 6+ stifness rated board with sintered base should be fine.
3/12/2010 3:12:33 AM
3/11/2010 1:59:01 PM cool thread, thx guys!
3/11/2010 1:50:44 PM [quote]first thing, and most important is to keep a centered stance. You want to land with both feet at the same time, and you want your body in a balanced and centred position. A good trick to help with this is try to push outard on the outside of your feet (obviously you won't actually move your feet cause you're in your bindings). trying to force both your feet towards the nose and tail respectively will force your body to stay centered on your board. Second, you need to make sure you are spotting your landing. Keep your eyes open all the time, if you are spinning, make sure you are looking over your shoulder and spotting where you want to land. Third, make sure you bend your legs a lot. You need to absorb the impact of the landing, the best way to do this is to keep your back straight and relaxed, try to absorb as much as possible with your legs ( kind of like a mega squat thrust at the gym ). Most people tend to land with straigh-ish legs, and this makes it really hard to absorb the landing, as well as revert if you aren't landing perfectly straight. A good way to practice this is to just bend your legs more in your regular riding, and it will come more naturally when you land jumps. Bottom line, stay relaxed, stay centred, see where you are landing, and bend your legs as much as possible! Good luck dude! [/quote] nice one, helpfull and simple!
3/11/2010 12:14:17 PM I honestly dont know how YES boards are, thats why I'd like to try one out asap. Some said they are heavy and not so poppy some others said they kills it, but when the most positive feedback was coming from the distributor of it, well, that made me wonder.
3/11/2010 5:43:00 AM [quote] Hopefully SS can get YES or NS on board for next season, you'll always have my business. [/quote] have you ever tried any YES or are you just saying that cuz you think they are cool? There is always a lot of marketing crap influencing what people think is cool or not. This is true for Burton, Lib, Yes and all the others in different ways.
3/8/2010 9:54:23 AM [quote] The only snowboarding trick I know is the Frontside Faceplant. [/quote] I have that on-lock
3/3/2010 10:16:15 AM Jenny&Me @ Nordpark, Innsbruck


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