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matts1548 Name Matt
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Gender: Male
Age: 17
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 2
Average Days/Year: 40
Skill Level: small features
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: park, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'8, 130 lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 9.5
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: Mid West
Location: Michigan
Resort: Pine Mountain
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3/9/2012 2:08:26 PM So ive been really considering a Sierra reverse crew and Rome S90 bindings. I just looked at my local shop though and noticed i could get other boards for the same/lower price. like the Capita stairmaster and Horrorscope FK, also the Capita NAS. I also noticed Union Force and Contact. HOw do all these compare. I know they are probably a lot different but what would you suggest? Im intermediate and enjoy all around but mostly jumps/jibs. i want to get better at jibs but i like jumps a lot. Thanks for all your help and patience over the past couple days with my repetitive questions
3/8/2012 7:41:29 AM I have a question about the Rome S90 binding. I know ive asked a lot of questions recently so thank you for your patience. This may of already been answered but the S90 are good for park/ all round riding right? I would be switching from Burton Missions to these. Would they be similar or would it be a step up/ step down? Thanks again for the help.
3/6/2012 9:02:48 AM Hi, Ive had a pair of Burton Moto from 3 years i think. I learned in them and probably got 10 days use of them. The next year i had a season pass and went a lot. This past year they sat in my closet because I didnt make it out. My question is, do i need new boots? they still fit perfect but they do have some wear. How often do you get new boots? Thanks for all the help and sorry for all my questions recently.
3/5/2012 5:57:50 PM The season here just ended, and I didn't go once. It was a crap winter which i skated most the way through and just didn't make it to snowboarding. Plus, my boots are a little too small. The way my board came together, getting new boots, needs new bindings, and then a new board for the bindings to fit. I just didn't want to spend t e money. But one season out of the game and I cant wait for next year. I need to save for a car, so i don't want to spend a fortune, but any good suggestions? I know thats broad, im mostly a park rider/ intermediate. I was looking at the Sierra Reverse Crew, especially at 50% off. I can figure out boots and bindings (I think), but i want to know if i should buy this board, wait for new models, or what ever. Also I'm about 5'7"/8" and 130lbs. WOuld 155 be good? sorry i know everyone asks these questions. Thanks for the help
1/27/2011 3:44:38 PM I have burton mission bindings that i got last year. i was learning my threes over the previous weekend and when i landed bad my back binding would turn way inward and my front would a little. i had to fix it and it took like 20 minutes everytime using my tool in the snow. Whats the Problem?! the screws are tight before and after. is it my disks or baseplates? i really want to get back on the snow but i dont want to waste my time changing my angles back after a bad landing. Please Help!
12/28/2010 11:01:04 AM i started snowboarding last year and i learn really fast. i was flying down runs in like 3-4 times going and in the park after like 7 times going once a week. my sister just got a board for christmas and my parents want me to help her get started. she will take lessons to get patches later on but they dont offer them today and their kind of expensive so my parents want her to learn from me for a little. Any tips? what do i start with first? stopping? any tips at all will be apprecitated. thanks.
12/27/2010 9:50:58 AM so ive been looking around and a lot of people have the airblaster terryclava, especillay in black. whats so good about it? it sounds like a normal ski mask. i ussually wear a bandana but i hate when it freezes. is the terryclava worth $20? also the ninja suit. those are petty expensive but i can get pretty cold. are those any good especially for the money or can i just wear long johns and under amour and be fine?
12/23/2010 6:32:24 PM I live in Michigan, recently its been about 15-30 here give or take. i ride like 3 times a week and im getting a hot waxer for xmas. i need to know what kind of wax is good quality stuf but not a fortune. i can get some cheap green bar stuff for like $2 at my resort but they also sell like "CH8"? and stuff like that. what is recomended?
12/21/2010 5:33:33 PM i love doing boxes and jumps but im a little scared to try the bigger one s and some step ups because i always see people overshoot them and eat crap any tips to better judge what speed you need without casing it first?
12/1/2010 6:48:37 PM i keep logging out every time i click to a different part of the site. im trying to get some things for my sister for Christmas and every time i add something to my cart or navigate to a new page i log out and when i log back in my cart resets. please help!
9/3/2010 6:08:58 PM Im a little confused about binding angles. the angles go up from zero to 15,13,45 in both directions. which was do you mean when you people say like 15,-9. i get front a back but which way is the negative side? also how to you get angles like 12 or 9? Also what are some good angles for me. i know its all preference, but where do i start? im about 5'6" and i mostly ride park. thanks for any and all info on angles.
9/2/2010 5:06:50 PM i know there is the lib tech skate banana but i was looking at my transworld gear guide and it says numerous times boards being bananas. not just the lib tech. My question is, what does banana mean? the shape? or what? thanks
8/31/2010 8:54:34 AM ive heard good things about both, but what is better or worse about them? I definently want to try to get up there in the near future but what one do you guys like better?
8/31/2010 6:27:56 AM ok so ive been skateboarding for a while and have been serious about it for maybe two years. im getting pretty good. but last year i also started snowboarding. all my friends had all their patches (riding level at my resort, i dont know about other ones) so they helped me. but my other friend was also starting and we learned together. we both took the yellow patch (easiest) and we both passed. except i got my brown (intermediate) because the guy said i showed enough board control and the skill for the brown. and my friend passed the test with yellow which was what it was suppose to be. a few times later (about once a week then) i went for my black patch while he went for his brown patch. we both got what we went for and i started park while he just free rode and worked on improving. in the park i caught up to one of my friends who used to skateboard but stopped. I could do all the boxes jumps and rails he could and the only trick on jumps he could really do were 180s. by the end of the year we both were getting 360s. My other friend who skates with me a lot is still wayyyyy better than us. so does skateboarding make snowboarding easier? i can see some stuff like balance and know regular or goofy, but the to sports seem pretty different to me. what do you guys think? Sorry that took so long to explain^^
8/23/2010 11:42:18 AM ok so im looking for a new jacket and possibly new pants. I've been hearing air blaster is a good brand is slim fit and a little longer. Im just wondering whats the best place to buy them online ( I have close to 0 local stores) and what is the price range for decent stuff? and any other info i might need to know is gladly taken. Note: im 14 and still growing. right now I'm about 5' 5" and 115 lbs. im skinny but not all too tall. Im looking for nice fit but room to grow, thanks


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