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nibblez Name Alex
Location ft wainwright, AK, US
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Gender: Male
Age: 25
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Years Riding: 2
Average Days/Year: 30
Skill Level: medium features
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: fashion
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'7, 135 lbs
Board Size: 151
Boot Size: 9
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: North West
Location: Alaska
Resort: Moose Mountain
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1/22/2012 10:12:06 PM I'd used the get any bindings that look nice but I'm not doing that to shtook with bataleon's tbt board flex & shape. The spamming and the trolling is shitsweak for posts and points. I can't even play along cause these lines are so original.
1/21/2012 11:05:28 AM *Falls to knees* NooOOoooooo.............
1/21/2012 7:39:14 AM I guess I can wait for the union'13 to come out, atleast it'll make last seasons cheaper, but as for the flux I'm still looking around.
1/18/2012 9:44:01 AM LOL@swastika "It also protects your investment, by allowing you to identify it in a crowd, which will decrease the chance of theft". Doesn't it decrease the value of the board by -200 though? Maybe even rip/break or crack on a really flex/soft board?
1/18/2012 8:02:11 AM The line, Both the Union and also the Flux line. I'm really interested and excited about getting a pair of bindings from both brands. a review on dogfunk kinda scared me away from the boss 390s. I also didn't like the fact that the paint on the bindings would chip off, especially knowing how insane and reckless I shred when I get my adrenaline rushing i'd probably regret it."tranny bindings" lol I live way north in a base. Literally near "north pole". All the badass stores and what not is way down south which is Anchorage. Either that or shipping there isn't supported or cost way too much buy and return. Gets frustrating when amazon doesn't allow me to ship my 55" tv to alaska.
1/18/2012 12:59:41 AM So the Flux sf45 is a repsonsive binding is the ds30 the better choice for me? (for a less responsive forgiving binding)
1/16/2012 11:05:16 AM for this setup I'm going mainly focus on jibbing and rails. Someone had given me advice about looking for less sensitive bindings. I'm starting to get annoyed with burton bindings, I don't know if I'm doing something wrong but their bindings feel so fragile and crack so easily. chip, Idk where to start bro, i live in a military base in alaska ironically snowboarding gear is really limited around there. Ridetimeless, they look legit but buying used gear has always been my pet peeves. Especially something like bindings. If I should purchase some hardcore(wont break after a weeks worth of sessions) park flux bindings which one should I look for. I've heard some major good things about union contacts but I was wondering if there were any other bindings I should look at.
1/16/2012 5:32:08 AM Spenser, i've had the burton custom 'cause they were cheap they broke after two days, returned those and then I bought some burton cartels. I haven't demo'd or had experienced any other bindings besides some unions, they didn't feel as cheap as the burton bindings. Chillenman and von44, technine is garbage. If anything you two are just brokedick spammers for points.
1/15/2012 11:59:36 AM Alright, My next board will be the bataleon Disaster what do you guys think will be a badass binding combo. Halp.
1/4/2012 4:44:05 AM I'm childish, but there's a time and place for everything. And then there are the weirdos out there. Be normal. Stray away from anything loud, obnoxious, and the word "gucci"
12/31/2011 11:01:12 PM But hawkeyepnx did bring up a good tip. The liner, the vans boots I had were nice but the reason my foot was hurting was most likely the liner. I like to listen to bad experience and good with the boots that I might have mentioned in this thread. Also, around Fairbanks they only have a few stores to chose from and I have no choice to try on the boots I want. Also anyone know anything about the Salomon Dialogue Boots "11. If they run small/big or wide?
12/31/2011 8:40:27 AM My last boots were vans mantra after awhile they made the balls of my foot hurt, I burned them. Deployed right now and when I get back I will have limited time to have fun, I was going to order some or go straight to some of the referred ones. My leave time is precious and didn't want to run around in circles. :D I liked the 686 because it was amazingly light and comfy, the nike felt very sturdy and it felt great under my foot. I do however have wide feet. I seen some nice DCs and they were cheap but it could be the fact that their park boots and scout boot aren't that great. I'll reconsider and probably go to the store and try all the new boots and old ones, they should be cheaper.
12/31/2011 4:01:42 AM I tried the NB 686 and the nike zf1, I've been gone for awhile now and I need help on what other boots I should check out when I come back to the states. I just checked both boots and they were around $150. What other boots should be looking for? My priced range is under 200. My riding style is park and mountain and anything that destroys my body. Need some durable boots.

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