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1/20/2008 1:07:41 PM Hey, I just lost one of my ride cap straps on my betas and i was wonderin if u guys still sell the replacement ones? If not, do u no where i can find some?
10/9/2007 4:15:59 PM lmao (this is still going???)
10/7/2007 11:31:29 PM thats wut my friend thought too, but when u do presses, ur tip of ur nose/tail isnt exactly touching on the box. also for ollies if u push really far back it might shoot u off straighter, but i dont think it will really make much of difference.
10/7/2007 2:44:14 PM Whats the difference? I no that the nose and tail are either blunt or pointy depending on the one you get, but how does that affect the ride? The inly thing i could think of would be that the pointy would track better in powder, but other than that idk. Anyone no wuts up with these? 
10/7/2007 2:43:16 PM Whats the difference? I no that the nose and tail are either blunt or pointy depending on the one you get, but how does that affect the ride? The inly thing i could think of would be that the pointy would track better in powder, but other than that idk. Anyone no wuts up with these?
3/5/2007 6:42:53 PM ^ doesnt matter < wants to go snowboarding V doesnt get this game
2/13/2007 10:22:04 PM me
1/15/2007 8:28:25 PM   actually, gnu is included
1/15/2007 8:26:07 PM good luck, i had mine b4 christmas. Now its 2nd semester senior year of highschool, no more homework for me basically!
1/15/2007 8:17:19 PM I think that would b a good size for u for a freestyle board, but id go with the 44 for just rails. However, the custom is more of an all-mountain freestyle board rather than a jib board. If ur looking for a rail board with the occasional jump, i would check out the ride kink or Burton blunt in 147
1/15/2007 8:10:43 PM the amp 5's, definately the best bang for the buck Flow binding. i rode em 2 years ago, perfect for the recreational, beginner or intermediate rider.
1/15/2007 7:46:04 PM the Burton clash:   Burton Clash Item #: B701510 Our Price:  $299.95
1/15/2007 7:37:43 PM soft
1/15/2007 1:32:58 PM the GNU is more freestyle, thus the twin shape. The Palmer is set back by about a centimeter. i recomend the Palmer due to the base and the shape. It will b better all over the mountain, whereas the GNU will excell in the park while still having all-mountain performance
1/15/2007 12:33:13 PM yes the foam does rip easily, although that isnt the main part of the toe strap, its the rubber around it. However, every binding up from the EX has higher quality foam. Th SPI's look like they have the same as the EX, but it is actually a different material that hasnt been ripped on our display floor yet.   The LX toe strap and the EX toe strap are almost exactly the same except the EX toes strap is wider.


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