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aggiee7 Name Kevin Williams
Location Enfield, CT, US
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Age: 24
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Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
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Height/Weight: 5'9, 170 lbs
Board Size: 156
Boot Size: 11
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8/22/2011 6:00:33 PM Hey guys, I am starting the early stages of planning a winter trip and wanted to get some advice on these east coast mountains. I'm from CT and usually go to Okemo/Stratton/Killington/ Mt Snow. I found some great deals for week trips to Sugarloaf and Sugarbush and wanted to get some input from people who have ridden there. All I have heard about the two is Sugarloaf gets extremely cold and windy since its in Maine, but after looking at the two sites Sugarloaf definitely looks like a great mountain. Any input, or comments from riders who have been to one, or both would be appreciated. Thanks guy/gals
2/13/2011 9:25:18 PM I have a Burton Restricted Hate 152 for sale.. Used at most 10 times. Only a few visible scratches on the base but nothing bad at all, only scuffs and the occasional dinger on the top sheet. The Hate doesn't fit my style of riding. So I am looking to sell it, no trades, just bought a new board. Board is a V-Rocker, has rail ready detuned edges, jumper cables for pop and flat kicks for easy buttering. This board is great in the park, has a lot of flex, and is overall a fun board to ride. .So I am asking for around $200 plus shipping (probably around $15-$20) to the continental US The tip of the board is a figure of a woman and her lips are blue, everything else is just SCUFFS from my boots, I will include a few 6x6 and 8x8 Burton logo die cut stickers with the purchase to put on the board PM if interested SOLD AND SHIPPEd
2/8/2011 9:00:14 PM Right foot Left foot Both feet First I;d like to point out how frustrating the image uploader is for me, constant battle to get pictures up - I resize them, rename them, different file types and always get denied. very frustrating Ok so the point of the thread. I have a 152 board with a 25cm width - I just got some 09 Shaun Whites size 11, no shrink tech. I initially went in going for the 10/11 Rulers but when I tried the speed zone lacing I didnt like it and then found these and loved the laces, they fit perfect, and they were cheaper. Only concern, and I knew it might be a problem when I got them was the toe overhang - little messing around when I had them on on the carpet was I wouldnt get drag unless in a deep carve, BUT double checking especially since I have been looking at boards for next year and some that I am looking at are less then 25cm width and dont want to have a reoccuring problem. Still have a chance to exchange for the Rulers but need to do so before the weekend when I head to Killington, VT for 2 days. Any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks..
2/3/2011 8:44:39 PM So I need new boots pretty bad, I ride a 152 Burton Hate that has a 25cm width. However I wear size 11 boots, the ones I have now are.. dont laugh... old Airwalks - hand me downs that got the job done for the last year. I'm worried that when I get new boots I'll have some crazy overhang so I'm looking at any boot that reduces the footprint. I know Burton has the Shrinkage Tech in theres but was wondering if any other brands had that technology? and if you have shrink tech boots how do you like them?
1/30/2011 9:38:14 PM In the process of getting new boots since my old ones are officially done and was wondering what some riders prefer- Boa lacing or traditional lacing reasons?
1/23/2011 4:55:46 PM So I have been watching the lasted part of the Dew Tour since its in the east coast at Killington. It was pretty interesting to see a lot of the riders using K2, Flow, Nitro, Ride, Atomic and other boards. I havent watched any pro competitions in a while but it seems that the riders shy away from Burton, Lib Tech and GNU- which are usually talked about often on this site and the hype about them is everywhere - mainly Lib Tech. Thought it was interesting and wanted to know what other riders though about it...
1/21/2011 7:41:33 PM Everyone from the east coast.... whats your favorite mountain in VT? How many times do you usually hit up the Vermont mountains a season? For me: Okemo (1) Stratton (1) Mount Snow (5) Killington (1) Stratton one more this weekend for sure, and 2 more at Killington in February. Then who knows, love Okemo so I am hoping to go back a few times again this season.
1/17/2011 9:04:45 PM hey guys, So I am going on my first true trip to Whistler in March for a week. Flying from CT to Seattle and getting picked up by family into BC. I am flying Delta and was wondering if anyone has any tips for traveling. This is gonna be my first time traveling with my board and all my gear. I have a Burton 152 and a Burton Space Sack 166, so I have plenty of room. Delta allows 1 snowboard bag to be the equivalent of a checked bag, plan on packing the snowboard bag to 49lbs (50lb is limit) and packing lightly in a carry on. Got 1 board (maybe 2 by then if I win a giveaway anytime ) , bindings, boots, helmet, backpack and usual other gear. Girlfriend is traveling with skis. Anyone have any travel tips or tricks for their snowboard gear? Any feedback would help a lot.
1/5/2011 4:21:47 PM What do you guys use to clean your base on your snowboard?
1/2/2011 8:59:27 PM So I decided I am going to Whistler Blackcomb to visit some family and will be riding Whistler for 3 days midweek in March. Just wondering what some members experiences are at Whistler and what I should know and/or be prepared for when I get there. Have never been to a mountain as huge as Whistler Blackcomb so I know I am in for a bit of a shock when I get there but can't wait for the unbelievable conditions..
1/2/2011 2:55:54 PM Hey guys, I started riding last year on my buddies old Sims 153 board and just recently got a good great deal at a local shop for a Burton Hate 152 with Ride EX bindings. The bindings are a L and I wear a size 11 boot. Now I am about 5'9'' 165 in the offseason, I play rugby so in season I am about 180. I learned pretty quick with some more advanced riders and can get down the mountain pretty fast on my old board. I love speed on the mountain, hitting some small hills and hitting side jumps. I've only hit the park a few times but will eventually, kinda hesitant to hit rails cause I'm anal about ruining my new board but I know i will soon. Just wondering what you guys think, is this board to small for me? I rode the 153 good but took my new one out and felt like I was catching more edges then my old 5 year old board. Thanks
1/1/2011 11:08:23 PM Just bought the new 10/11 Burton Hate 152, I went out with it for the first time the other day and it really felt weird for a new board. Most people tell me new boards dont need a wax but it felt like it did, throughout the day I heard the board making squeaky noises when riding slow on packed powder and after runs I would have to wipe snow off the bottom because it was stuck on. What do you guys suggest? Rode it once and in a week I am going on a 5 day trip to VT and want to know if I should get it waxed, been told the best wax is the first wax that comes on the board but after my last time out I disagree...

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