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||5'7, 185 lbs
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|9/9/2011 2:50:47 PM
||This has made my weekend and my weekend hasn't even started. Funny sh*t
|9/3/2011 9:42:24 AM
||I'll up the other offers to $130 and that's pushin it for me since I'm actually looking at dropping a couple Ben's for a NS Evo and I really want to ride NS only. But I'll offer that. and I'll cover shipping (approx $20 In the US)
|7/7/2011 3:42:13 PM
|| Posting so that I can keep up with the thread PM'd
|7/5/2011 2:53:22 PM
||In addition, Copper is gonna be hella cheaper to stay in the village versus Vail. OP said he was gonna try and hit both, but for places to stay, definitely Copper.
|7/5/2011 2:51:59 PM
||Vail is the more ritzy resort type town, but if you stay at Copper you can head into Dillon or Frisco and experience a more down to earth crowd than at Vail.
|6/14/2011 10:17:41 AM
||Force pictures and color?
|6/5/2011 8:34:30 PM
|| That should be fine. I was in the market for a box a while back and was looking pretty hard at Yakima, ended up with a Fat Cat 6 though cuz I got a wagon and I can make it all fit. You should be able to get 4 boards in easily if you stagger (board/bindings bindings/board, board/binding bindings/board hope that makes sense) 22" wide you might not be able to make the 3rd set of 2. I'm talking putting edge up down not side to side. But side to side may work. I would honestly say get the 16 because it will give you more space for gear and then space to throw some packs and or boots (but i recommend keeping boots in the car to keep warm). And that's because I would rather have the extra space opposed to having to break down a board or two As for additional hardware, you shouldn't need any if it is like any of the other yakima boxes I've looked at which have the clamps built in. This about not needing anything else is assuming that he has the crossbars. When you say sport rack i think of the two tracks running parallel to the wheels, but if it has the ones that go perpendicular to the wheels you'll be fine. (If I'm blabbing and you already know this, I apologize) Also, you shouldn't have to take bindings of the boards if you pack them like I was saying. If it doesn't make sense how I was saying let me know and I'll set some boards up so you know what I'm talking about. I could even measure them and give you an estimate of the width they would take up
|5/29/2011 4:51:12 PM
||Well put, no need to debate this further because we have both said what we want about the matter now. Time for the people to decide for themselves
|5/29/2011 4:48:45 PM
||no no, what size is op looking to trade for in Burtons
|5/29/2011 2:30:41 PM
|5/29/2011 11:30:24 AM
||Any particular burtons you are lookin for? and what size?
|5/27/2011 12:45:55 AM
|| Wrong. http://vimeo.com/10856576 [/QUOTE]Your wrong is actually wrong. (and you left out half my quote...) 1) That's a legit snowboard, i.e. has wood in it and a ptex base and edges and is not made out of sh1tty plastic 2) Jonas has actual bindings that have straps and highback and functional baseplates. His bindings Are Not slip in bindings like so
|5/27/2011 12:38:35 AM
||Those yellow forces would look great in my arsenal.... damn it sucks to be broke. If I some how get some Cash, I will be interested **Bump**
|5/25/2011 8:45:30 PM
||Its cambered. I had that model when it came out. Green was standard sidecut camber, orange was MTX camber, and yellow was btx
|5/25/2011 3:39:16 PM
|| so what's the consensus on this...real or photoshop? i say the latter. [/QUOTE]Shopped, nobody gets that much air on a Wal-Mart piece of crap board... Proof? Check out those slip in bindings. Yes, slip in, not even step ins
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