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Gender: Male
Age: 10
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Years Riding: 5
Average Days/Year: 16
Skill Level: picking up speed
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: freeride
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry
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Height/Weight: 5'7, 151 lbs
Board Size: 151-156
Boot Size: 9.5
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: S
Thermal Size: S
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Region: North West
Location: Oregon
Resort: Timberline Lodge
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4/18/2014 6:20:01 PM the yurbuds behind the ears hurts. but it stay in for sure. time to try out the in-ear version.
4/8/2014 12:17:33 AM stupid weeds keep popping out of nowhere. wish i can just burn the whole lawn up.
3/28/2014 11:37:50 PM welcome to deeluxe club, they are really something don't they. yeah, i have the same slippery feeling with the rough diamond as well as the empire. it makes me extra careful on steep chairlift take off. i thought the id fichti came with the tongue shield already? anyhow, shrink tech make every other boots seems bigger than it suppose to anyway. should try out the empire, it's definitely stiffer than the id. have to agree deeluxe boots are pretty scarce over the states as well. only like a hand full carry them with limited models to choose from. but overall, it's really good boots compare to the other for sure(stop man handle the lock, luck me, my pair still going strong for after 5 years).
3/28/2014 9:08:21 PM how you like the deeluxe id you got, lux? 
3/27/2014 2:29:48 PM give flux bindings a try, you won't look at anything else. 
3/27/2014 2:28:01 PM can't believe a poc helmet came in with a dent on it. qc can do a better job on it. oh wait, it made in China!
3/25/2014 2:22:02 PM only one damage on the base which not even worth mention is a good deal especially it's the current season board. i don't know what you worry about when everything sounds like an almost brand new board to me.
3/14/2014 4:29:07 PM got myself some homeschool outerwears. hope it fit well so i can retired my nomis one piece. woohoo
3/12/2014 1:54:21 PM lol, even rub on wax better than factory waxed especially its been used for 4 days.
3/3/2014 12:54:00 AM i don't really care how they called them, hybrid, c2, whatever. at the end of the day, we both agreed it's not a full camber board. 
3/3/2014 12:39:13 AM i will say put your front foot angle back under 21, and your back foot to 12 or little higher. because you put more stress on your front knee when you squat with those 25/9 angle. try to measure your stance width instead of shooting in the dark with it. all you have to do is stand about or little wider than your shoulder width. then bend your knees a little and relax at your comfort. you should able to find a sweet spot that you can bend your knees (drop your body an inch or two, that's how you should be riding anyway) without any uncomfortable on your legs. and measure the distance between the center of your both feet. after you get that, have fun and play with the angles on the mountain.
3/2/2014 9:10:13 PM what did i just watch? why would you try to ruin your base to just save a few cents on wax? is common sense really not that common nowadays? you can easily get a 130g wax from dick's sport or some sort for 10 dollars.
3/1/2014 1:32:54 PM not hating but salomon men's board is a hybrid board, not a full camber board by any means. but a good board for sure. rocker board make pressing a no brainier, doesn't mean you have the technique down your sleeves though. and yes, 147 is a small board even i rode a 154 when i weighted 145 few years back(same height at 5'7 but packed another 15lb of meat now). well, but having see plenty of people riding short boards all over the mountain, so what do i know. check out slash paxson (my bad, always had that name stuck in my head for some reason) if you seek the playfulness of rocker but stability of the camber board. i found zero camber/flat camber work pretty well.
2/23/2014 7:27:22 PM well, get it dial or not, you still have to adjust it on the mountain. so, you don't really saving anything when it's your first setup. just saying.
2/17/2014 11:41:11 PM they are medium flex bindings but they are really comfy. but be prepare they are heavier than your average bindings on the market(you can tell by carrying the board around). it's one of the two real tool less adjustable bindings that you don't need a screw driver to adjust anything(beside flux bindings). interchangeable parts make it easy on the wallet than getting different bindings, but it lack of choice if you looking for anything softer or stiffer. overall it's really solid medium flex bindings. as for forward lean, you'll have to get the fl highback to get it dial. it lack of highback rotation as there is just one set place to get it lock in. but i don't find it problematic even with +18/-12 angle that i have (and i rotated all my other bindings: union, flux, technine etc).


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