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Age: 23
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Years Riding: 4
Average Days/Year: 90
Skill Level: backcountry rider
Riding Style: freeride
Area of Expertise: freeride
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'4, lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 39
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: M
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Location: Montana
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11/21/2014 5:06:05 AM Yeah I figured, Thats why I asked. Burton bps look a bit cartoonist :P I was checking out The North Face Slackpack 20.  Its so close to perfection, has everything I need and then BOOM! Weight capacity 15 lbs?!WHAAT?! Is that some kind of a joke?Snowboard+bindings, probe, shovel, water reservoir (which I have 2L) a chocolate bar, helmet,goggles and your sweet north face is ripped!How come no one even thought about THAT?! As to Osprey Backpacks, I checked and they look good. I dont know much about the brand but seem they get overly popular these days. Ill see if I find a good deal.  Im also looking at Marmot sidecountry 22 bp. Ive owned their clothes and gloves and they served me well. But how good are their backpacks? anyone? As to the size, I was thinking max 25L. I own 18L heli pro and fits all my gear perfectly! Id just add some room for  more chocolate >:)
11/20/2014 9:21:25 PM I just purchased Burton Lexa 2014 L for quite a good price. And Im excited! Good bad or ugly its the first step. At least I'm gonna know what to get or what not to get in the future. Thanks guys for your time and effort. I appreciate. And Im gonna come back with the news, right after I test those PINK babies.
11/20/2014 8:22:15 PM Hola guys. Im looking for a backcountru backpack for a good price. My Dakine helipro served with honor. But its time for him to go. So I stumbled upon a couple of burton backpacks like Burton Day hiker and Burton Rider's bp. Are they any good/durable for carrying a board and snowshoes? Any other options? Im looking for a backpack with all the goods belts straps access from back panel too.
11/20/2014 6:55:14 PM Yes those are pomegranate seeds - eatable and absolutely yummy! And thanks. New stuff are about to come.
11/20/2014 6:20:11 PM Yup that's what I thought. 
11/20/2014 3:19:57 PM Damn I got so excited about Those escapade prices but sooner I realized there would not be the right size. Thats why 2013 model costs 160$ . Which year are the other ones black/white 2010?
11/20/2014 2:51:08 PM hehe thats why I named it like that. In fact its a spicy roast salmon with breathtaking sauce and fresh veggies :3 You would love it :)
11/20/2014 2:42:19 PM Ok so we all know that somehow all the Mens gear rip female stuff.  (manufacturers around the world just stand there and pretend they are no sexists) Im a sucker for guys stuff, Boards, outfit everything except boots. They just dont work even tho I have quite big fit, guess not enough of a Sasquatch in me. Same goes with the bindings I guess. While some claim almost all of the bindings to be unisex, I believe there are some differences.lets say huge highback that cuts my calf (im 5'3)  Please Tell me if Im wrong. 
11/20/2014 9:02:13 AM Fish lovers! here's some of my work for you :3Called "fish? na-ah not seen"
11/20/2014 8:30:10 AM I totally agree with you. It depends on the climate, level, conditions, preferred style. Yes, we all know all the high tech stuff are good.BUT If you are going to ride park, one crash on a rail and your $600 Burton AK is burned with holes.Nobody wants that right? For jibbing/park you dont need any high tech warm expensive stuff. Gonna rip them pretty fast anyways.If you are a weekend warrior or ride up to 20 days a season you can go with any 10-15(depends on the climate you ride in)Ride, DC, 686 etc. so many good and affordable brands out there.But if you work on the resort for the season or ride the big mountains for at least 1-5 months a year, then you need to be ready for everything, your riding gear is your home, your skin, so you can go for some posh stuff as NorthFace or AKs. Just make sure you wash all of them with gore-tex/membrane washing liquid!
11/20/2014 6:41:45 AM was hoping for a "second chance"
11/20/2014 6:27:16 AM Who likes fish?
11/20/2014 6:02:37 AM First of all thanks guys for super fast reaction to my post. ok sooo... I guess I brought it up to you in a different way. Stiffness is necessarily not what Im looking for. The key word is COMFORT. I need durable bindings that give me painless riding, max control over my board on any terrain, supportive highback and comfy straps. Its hilarious how people split into radical groups. Team Burton vs. Team-Absolute-Burton-Haters Ones who love Flux hate Burton. Burton lovers hate Flux. Usually Unions just grab the popcorn. Im not a sucker for the brand names but somehow Flux could not win my heart (ya team Flux can throw rotten tomatoes at me), maybe some day, when my sugar daddy buys me 10 pairs of different bindings at once... But for now the choice is between Burton Lexa and Union Trilogy. And as Union has the least of haters... Maybe Union Trilogy? Again, I don't know much about bindings, I ride what I get. I am able to ride any garbage and have fun with it. that's why not many tech specs make sense to me. But since I can actually benefit of technologies and spend some $$. I want them to be really good. From "Capita totally f*in awesome" to "Capita totally sexual act awesome" nice one Autocorrect!
11/19/2014 10:12:30 AM GUYZ GUYZ GUYZ. Looking for some Stiff advanced freeride comfortable durable snowboard bindings for a tough chick! Since the day one I ride what I get, as a gift or for free when it (comes to bindings).But this year I feel that the time has come! I need some rad stuff. At my 23 years and 5'3 I ride -Rome blue 155 (one of the stiffest female boards of 2013)-Capita Totally sexual act awesome 156-Pogo custom made Wingergun 167 (powdersurfer)  I ride 90< days  a season. all conditions. ice/powder/packed  freeride/backcountry/resort. After my wondering around the internet, I made a list:  Burton EscapadesBurton Lexa (Id go for this one??...)Union TrilogyFlux (model???) Its a tough decision as if I make a mistake, it will cost me a lot.So basically all of my crew splits in two groups Burton vs UnionAnd third party who suggests Flux.   What do YOU think? Any other suggestions ? Any chance I get the same good quality for less $$?
11/19/2014 9:16:19 AM IS IS OVER NOW??? Im totally down to work with you guys!


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