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TZR Name Edmund
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Age: 10
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Years Riding: 4
Average Days/Year: 60
Skill Level: small features
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: freestyle
Preferred Terrain: park
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Height/Weight: 5'9, 170 lbs
Board Size: 153
Boot Size: 8.5
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: XL
Thermal Size: L
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Region: California
Location: Nor-Cal
Resort: Northstar-at-Tahoe
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10/25/2010 2:57:00 PM Each brand will have it's weak point and strong point. I just can tell you choice one to fit your riding style.   You can search some test ride event from internet then join the party to try each brand.   Brand X Model, if you try them all, I think you need to ride over a season.   To filter and make it easiler to choice, always go for big brand, and always choice your bindings by reading the spec.   I have try over 10 brands bindings, I just can said I like Flux, but I can't said Flux is the best, somebody think Flux is good for him to ride.  
10/22/2010 11:56:57 PM Congratulation for successful switch.   Wish this new change can keep Sierra Spirit Never Die.   All staff (new & old), we are very appreciate to all of your hard work.   Let's we keep this site "Top of the world" !     
10/22/2010 11:44:09 PM Awesome!    Sierra spirit will continue.
10/18/2010 9:35:47 AM I join Sierra since I order my first snowboard, from the beginning Sierra just a place for me to shop, no other function. After my order have problem, the staff was very busy and sometimes they go for sleep, due to time zone problem, I can't reach the staff , I come to Sierra Community!   Here many expert try to help me, answer my question, although some problem just can slove by Sierra Staff, but during my waiting period, those expert really make me come down and feel warm.   After serveral years, at past few months, Sierra select me as a Expert to help other snowboarder. People always say where I get, where I give.   I want to share my what I know to every members and I want to help every members, so I  am here.   Although, I am very busy in past few months, I can't always online to chat with members, but I still can read what Sierra is going to do, what change Sierra will be.   So, I think the Sierra Community have many reason to keep it alive.   Everybody have business or work to do, most of us will leave some area for a short period,  Community and Forum can let them have the way back home.   Also, the Community can let we know more international (World Wide) snowboarder, you cannot found an International Snowboard Community bigger than Sierra online. If TruSnow or The house give it up, this will be a big mistake.
10/9/2010 1:54:22 PM I think most Sierra member will feel sad when reading this thread.   Most of us were care about "We need to pay more to get our gear in future.".   But this time, I think Sierra's staff are very busy, and they are working hard to keep the spirit of Sierra.   Everybody know world will never stop to change, what we can do? Just Wait & See.
9/2/2010 1:04:01 PM   Me too, just waiting for Sierra to stock-in 2011 new bindings...
7/28/2010 4:52:29 AM I have try my friend's Sierrascope and K2 WWW.....   If WWW flex is 3 then Sierrascope should be 7   Sierrascope really stiffer as some all-mountain board, it's really good for kicker jump, big air.   If you want more stable when high speed, Sierrascope is a good choice.    
7/28/2010 4:39:19 AM My wife used 3 pair of Flux Men Bindings Small Size, and she can perform FS180 and BS180 very smooth. I am using the  Burton Scribe EST Women binding L size for my Custom V-Rocker. It give me a smooth FS360 as well as Flux Distortion Men bindings.   My friend, don't care about Men or Women, just put your boot to perform fitting test.   If no problem, that should be o.k.   If you choice the binding which not belong to your sex, you must get fitting test before buy, because some boots may not fit to the bindings.    
7/21/2010 4:33:42 AM Normally, your height in cm * 0.9 will fit for you,  +/- 1 ~ 2 cm for different riding style.   FreeRide +2 cm FreeStyle -2 cm   Normally, I ride 154 board, when I ride 158 board I feel the response is not fast  enough, and I feel it is a little bit heavy for me to jump kickers. But it is very stable on snow.   When I down size to 150, I need more distance and force to stop. But I can do 360 easy than 154 board.   So, Longer or Shorter, just depends on your riding style, there will be a range fit for you, just try.  
7/19/2010 12:32:58 PM Do they really work? At rakuten or yahoo auction can get them for 1500 yen. I've seen them before but they seemed gimmicky... wasn't sure they actually worked. They're only 2 mm thick, isn't icing a problem? [/QUOTE]   It really work on my snowboard.    
7/19/2010 2:55:02 AM No Stomp Pad is better than nothing.   The most slim and invisible stomp pad I got it from Japan.   It just a piece of sheet....but it really can let your boot stay on the board.   The totally invisible type was out-of-stock when I visit Japan in March,  I will get try to get one on 2011.   Following link is the official web site.   http://orange-official.shop-pro.jp/?pid=17186788
7/12/2010 4:15:56 AM Very useful! Good job!   Thank you very much...  
7/11/2010 8:29:53 PM Yes, for sure. I have received Sierra Snowboards Sticker on Apri 2010,  it comes with my Custom V-Rocker LTD.
6/27/2010 11:01:07 AM unbeliveable.......Triple Back Flip ........never think people will try this........Sick....
6/24/2010 3:35:10 PM Burton Freestyle is not bad and not too good bindings.   If you are still learning, and you can get it in good price, just get it.   Burton's binding is good for beginner.   But it is not a long lasting product.   So, only get it in good price.


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