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1/5/2010 8:52:06 PM New 2010 148 K2 www rocker WITH 2010 Formula bindings for sale (mens 8-10, yellow color way).  Condition is pristine therefore pics can be found off the k2 website.  If interested I can pm you pics. 375 US +shipping for board and bindings.  I just paid slightly over $700 CND after taxes for this setup and haven't even been able to use it yet so this is a steal.  The alternator on my car blew and I need to get it fixed, so my bad fortune is your gain!
9/17/2009 12:22:53 AM We did Tremblant last year over new years and will most likely be going again this year.  Not great conditions that time of year and it's crazy busy, but, it's hard to beat for a great place to party with a bit of riding on the side.  Last year we had 16 of us, grabbed a two bedroom loft (had 2 kings and a double, two full bathrooms, kitchen etc) right in the village...$145 per person for the full 5 days = SICK.   For lift tickets, just walked up to the booths each morning and there were always ample people trying to sell off tickets for cheap because they were tired or whatever.  Condo had more than enough room to fit all of us comfortably with our air mattresses. Had an amazing time, the village can't be beat..and nothing in Vermont compares for a place to party that's for sure.  We'll be back this year at the same time, so far it looks like we'll be nabbing two condos.   Great riding can be had at Tremblant, just try to go later in the season (late Feb-April) when it's not freezing cold and there's plenty of snow...avoid holidays.
5/26/2009 10:22:57 PM personal preference, but a forward stance is awesome for aggressive carving.  I used to ride +21  +6 for almost a decade.  I ride switch a lot, and the angles were never a problem. Butters, jumps... all good.   If you've always ridden a duck stance, take some time to get used to it, you're most likely not gonna like something different right away.  When I rode park back in the day rails and boxes were virtually non existen.  Now I am back riding park a lot, after being on hiatus, and if you are into rail dancing, a forward stance is not the way to go.  Not riding rails/boxes much, give a forward stance a shot, you may just love it.  Terje is another who has primarily always ridden a forward stance.
5/5/2009 5:28:28 PM dude ARE YOU CRAZY, stickers massacre the resale value of your board!  Say no to stickers!  When you peel them off the topsheet is discolored from the lack of uv rays hitting that specific spot.  Use markers and just draw that @$$t on..then you don't gotta worry about sticker resin and all the other nazty AIDZ causing chemicals getting on your skin when you have to peel it off.  And for gods sake, make sure the markers you use are water soluble.  That way you can wash the stuff off with water when u want to make a change, but when you're riding in the snow it won't wash off.   Goodluck young grasshopper
4/18/2009 3:46:18 PM I ended up with a DH2  for a few weeks (which may be slightly stiffer than the DH).. I really liked it and found it to be pretty similar to the Uninc, although I found the Society to be even more similar (especially where carving is concerned).  As for flex between the DH2 and Uninc, they are both pretty much medium to medium-stiff, but the flex does feel a bit different between the two.  Anyway, you won't be pulling any presses or butters with the Uninc that you can't already do with your DH, which I think answers your question...both great boards.  The one big thing I have noticed is the base on the Uninc..I rarely wax it and the thing just boosts, fast lane 24*7 
4/17/2009 4:06:18 PM yeaa man, I rode everything this year from libtechs to capita, but I still like the Uninc best for my everday ride.   Raising some cash for a thailand trip this summer, then probably pick up the same board in an 08 next year
4/17/2009 3:19:27 PM pics on my page
4/17/2009 2:43:22 PM thanks, how do I go about posting pics in this joint?
4/17/2009 2:39:08 PM 08 154 Uninc with 09 Uninc bindings in size med.  Condition of both 9/10.  ONLY selling the board WITH the bindings.  $375 plus shipping.   I LOVE this board and am in no rush to be rid of it, so in this case I will not be bartering.  If you're seriously interested, pm me and i'll send u pics and answer any questions.
12/25/2008 3:47:40 PM society was a good choice. The board rips, enjoy.
12/24/2008 7:28:28 PM And goride im not directing that point to you, just making a point and showing some love for the Uninc.  Hero is great too, im sure most people would be stoked on either deck.
12/24/2008 7:26:51 PM   I would put the Uninc around a mid-stiff, and I only weigh in at 160.  Even still, the nose is plenty soft and i've never had any problems pulling any combo's of butters or presses that I do on the Hero.  Both great boards.. but back to my point, if someone buys an Uninc and is complaining they want a softer board cause they are havng problems doing butters they probably need more practice rather than another board..100 percent rider/5 percent board. Does that add up?  
12/24/2008 7:08:38 PM if you are really concerened you can check the bottom of the binding, it will say what size they are.  Its no big deal if the strap gets tight after a few clicks, so long as the straps are centered and snug over the correct spot of the boot.  If not, adjust the stap..(as was mentioned in the posts above)
12/24/2008 4:58:20 PM   One of the biggest mistakes you can make is carving too hard off a jump.  Before you even get to the tranny (if you are going to spin backside) turn from a heelside carve into a LIGHT toeside carve as you ride up the jump.  WITH AN EMPHASIS ON LIGHT.  You pop of your toes but that doesn't mean you need to be railing a hard carve.  Even though you are heading up the jump in a light toeside carve and will be popping off your toes, you want to make sure you are centered over your board, this will prevent you from spinning off axis.   Keep you knees nice and bent as you ride up the jump (this will help you to stay centered over your board and aid with your balance as you leave the jump), then as you approach the lip start your rotation with your head and upper body, while popping off your toes.  Suck those legs up and enjoy.   You need to start the rotation before you have left the jump and are in the air, so that you have something to push off of. 
12/11/2008 1:02:43 PM Keep a key chain ring in your pocket or on your jacket.   When you get your pass simply attach it to the ring so that you can take it off when you are done.   I solely go to resorts that have night skiing now.  I get out there early, buy a pass for the full day/night, and when I leave I sell it to people for a slight discount to what they would have to pay for night skiing or whenever they are showing up.  Saves us both money and people are always more than happy.   Instead of 60 bucks for a full day of riding I pay about 25-30.  Works everytime


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