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bugsbunnymydad Name Bugs Jr
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4/23/2011 8:53:55 PM Okay, I know TruSnow can be brutal to people asking questions about board size so be gentle. I have an artifact rocker 150 cm and I use it as my park/tricks board. The Japanese videos in the "buttering" thread is a good idea of what I do with it (or TRY to do with it) Tricks on flats like 180/360s spins, presses, butters, etc. I can do em by themselves pretty easily but obviously the hard part is linking the tricks and making it fluid. I have the option to switch out my 150 artifact rocker to a 147 artifact rocker thanks to a friend. I can't demo...it's still shrinkwrapped and if I don't want to switch, friend is going to sell it for end of season sale. I'm 5 8 and 130-135 lbs. I don't really have any problems with my current board... but a perfect board could always be a little more perfect right? Does 3 cm make a difference in weight? I thought about it and a 3 cm wide piece of material that's wood and metal... it might add up. Or is it something insignificant like 50 grams or something... Does the 3 cm length make a big diff in how the board presses or its spin weight? It would be great to hear from people who have rode/demoed different sized park boards of the same model. Like someone who rode both a 146 and 149 horrorscope. It make a big difference in your ride? Or it's not really noticeable? I know it's 90% rider / 10% board. But that 10% still makes a difference. Every little bit helps! Thanks!
10/29/2010 11:09:13 AM Under order status when you place an order, there's a blank under "Status" (In the recent orders tab) It used to say "placed", "processing", "shipped", "partially returned", etc. EXTREMELY minor bug but I figure I would say something. It was always kinda nice to see my order go from placed to processing though...I could feel my gear coming closer to me I have no idea what stage my current order is at. Oh well, dumb bug that's not nearly as important as the other ones. Keep up the good work guys.
5/7/2010 5:32:12 AM Hey guys, I figured I'll get a discussion on the bindings coming out for the 2010-2011 season. I actually wasn't planning on getting any new ones since I just bought the sierra contact SL's. But my girlfriend just preordered the new Flux GU30 pink bindings and I was browsing the specs for the new flux and union bindings... and I'm going to have a hard time holding back. Some of them look amazing and the specs are intriguing too. The Union Force (Cyan) and the Flux RK30's(teal) both look fantastic. And preorder price is 25% off(!!) so I'm quite tempted. Just wondering. Which 2010-2011 bindings are you all most interested in?
4/26/2010 7:01:44 AM Hello, first post. It's my gf's birthday next month and I wanted to surprise her with some boarding gear. Unfortunately, I have zero clue about women's gear so hoping to get some ideas here. She's been using rental stuff Her info: 154 cm ~91 lb (she's a skinny japanese girl ) US shoe size 7 Skill level/style: Beginner. Last season was her second season and she's had maybe 7 days total. But she's pretty keen on it and wants to go again. She can link turns but not really carving yet. Not a park boarder. I dont think she'll board more than 7 days a season so hoping to get something decent that can last a few seasons. What I'm currently considering: 1. Burton the social 142cm + wms burton scribe est bindings (the local store has the 142 cm on sale) 2. 2010 sierra vspot 138 cm + wms burton escapades(or something from Flow?) Any other board/bindings I should consider? Im thinking about the v rockers cus I'm thinking it'll be a more forgiving ride for her and it'll be harder for her to catch an edge. I realize the sierra vspot is just a modded social... but is there any diff at all? And I'm really interested to know about what size board is right for a person her weight and size. Is even 142 too big? Thanks for any help guys and gals

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