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zionmagus Name Venomous West
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"If my fate is to be destroyed...I must simply laugh." 
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Age: 30
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Years Riding: 1
Average Days/Year: 5
Skill Level: new snowboarder
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'5, 135 lbs
Board Size: 149
Boot Size: 7.5
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: North West
Location: Washington
Resort: Crystal Mountain
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10/16/2012 9:28:02 PM I won a Reverse Crew recently, but seeing as I already had one, I will need to sell this.  I chose 155 because I think it's should be the most popular size, but don't quote me on that.  Asking $200 for this one. I also need to get rid of a Technine Team Kennedy 147.  Asking $170 for this one. Both includes F/S in the US only, maybe extra for AL and HI, I don't know.  I will be keeping the bag for the RC for my other snowboards though.  If you're interested, PM me.
9/20/2012 6:41:29 PM I just recently reached the free goggles mark and I've narrowed down to some choices that I wanna get.  They are: 1) Electric EG2 2) Vonzipper Feenom 3) Vonzipper Fishbowl 4) Anon Comrade 5) Spy Platoon What I'm looking for is the highest field of vision, fog proof, and fit.  Which of these would be the best bang for the buck from you guys experiences?  And are there others that you'd like to recommend?  Any suggestions/feedback will be appreciated.
1/30/2012 5:21:56 PM Hey all, I'm sure everyone has seen the harassment by ski patrol at Snowbasin video, but I am not here to discuss the controversial side of it. Instead I am trying to identify the sweet mittens that the guy is rocking. Ever since switching from gloves to mittens, I can honestly say that I'll probably never go back to gloves. Any help on identifying them or suggestions of something similar would be appreciated. http://vimeo.com/34277693 I don't even know if those are waterproof or are they just regular mittens, though I'd prefer them to be waterproof since I still fall often =)
12/5/2011 7:19:50 PM Hey all, my friends and I are planning a few days trip to Mt. Hood so I was just wondering if anyone who frequent it will recommend a good spot for lodgings.  Things we're considering is of course price, distance from the mountain, discounts on lift tickets, and general restrictions about the size of group in one cabin/room 'cause we plan to party before riding.  Cabins probably aren't a problem with that last one. Anyway, let me know what you guys recommend. Appreciated.
10/25/2011 4:59:25 AM Anyone selling huge bar of wax? Because I am looking for one. I remember last year there was a guy selling big bars of wax but got really flaky or something. Don't know if he's still around.
1/23/2011 7:46:53 PM I have some snowboarding gears for sale.  Grabbed too much stuff online when they were cheap and a lot of them didn't fit me or anyone I was intending to gift, so I'm here trying to sell these off and make a profit.  All of the items I'm gonna list are new, with tags attached.  There's no wear and tear since it's only been worn to test out sizing.  I'm a fairly short guy, 5'5, 135lbs, small-medium build.  This should give you an idea of the gears being offered. I prefer PayPal, hopefully sent as Gift to avoid charges.  Otherwise I will add extra to offset the fees.  S/H will not be included and will be added to the price. Well, here are the gears: Foursquare Wong Blk Leaves S (fits like an Adult L) - $50 I think folks on TruSnow should know these since I picked it up here.  These are notoriously huge even though it's listed as Small. Session Saber Stripe Jacket (Java Stripe) Youth XL (fits like an Adult S) - $50 Slightly smaller than I would've want it to, leaving no room for layering.  But in worst case scenario and no one wants it, I can probably use it for spring riding. 686 Times Levi's Type-1 Jacket S (fits like an Adult L) - $100 This jacket is awesome too, but it's slightly larger than I would've wanted.  The most annoying thing is that the sleeves are way too long, which is very uncomfortable for me.  Otherwise I might've kept it. CAPP3L Wallingford Vented Pants XS - (fits like an Adult XS) - $80 These are really nice pants.  I would've love for this one to fit me. Nitro Slant Clash Boots - 8.5 Women's (Fits like a 7.5-8.0 Men's) - $60 The site I ordered from listed this as Men's but it was for Women's.  Either way, I think any gender can still rock them.  I didn't like the fit here too much, slightly larger than I would've wanted, so I'm selling them. Celcius Rexford Lace Boots - 7.0 Men's (Fit's like a 7.0 Men's) - $60 These boots look very nice.  It's too small for me though, but for the guys or gals with smaller feet, these can be styling.
12/20/2010 11:47:50 AM I've recently bought a Sierra Stunt off user chinobiz19 on this forum.  I was pumped to test it out.  So yesterday I went to Stevens Pass in WA with a bunch of friends to christen my new board.  Everything was fine and dandy until about 2 hours in.  While carving left on a hill at high speed, some guy came from right behind me and rammed into my nose, and this is the result Needless to day, this drove a sharp pain inside my heart and crushed my spirit.  So naturally I have a few questions. 1) Since I bought it off chino, he was nice enough to give me the receipt for the board.  Would warranty still applies to second hand possessions? 2) If so to question 1, would warranty applies to something like this? 3) If I can't get warranty, what are steps I can do to try and salvage this?
11/8/2010 8:12:18 PM Man that mofo's funny!  The opening piece had me dying.  Glad to see the masturbating bear again. Everyone should tune in and support the Coco.
11/6/2010 8:20:48 PM Hi all, I'm just wondering if anyone has a board that they aren't gonna use anymore and would like to donate to me.  I would love to pay shipping to get it.  It doesn't need to be any specific size.  Matter of fact it doesn't even need to be in riding condition.  I'm only interested in it to use as a canvas for my art projects.  It just need to be whole =) So if anyone has a board that's too beat up, too heavy, too old and wants to donate to me.  I would like it very much. Also, can someone tell me what's the typical shipping charge for a snowboard cost since I've never really sent anything that big before.
2/12/2010 11:27:32 PM I have a almost white board with a lot of space for custom designs.  I plan to draw some images on it using Sharpies or different waterproof medias.  Anyone who has ever custom designed their boards wanna chime in?  I'm interested in designing with Sharpies because they are cheap and easily accessible.  But tips and advice about prepping for painting or drawing and finishing are welcome. What I want to know is should I sand my board down a bit and prime it, or just draw straight on it since it's pretty much a blank canvas.  And afterward, will I need to put some kind of finishing coat that will protect the design against the elements?  Since Sharpies are supposedly waterproof, I want to know how well they'll hold up to the weather, i.e. splitting, water absorption, etc... I've seen some cool Sharpie designs, here are some examples: 1, 2, 3, and 4 One of the pictures are of surfboards, but if they come in contact with water then it's also relevant.  My only concern is that if these boards don't get put into use and are just used for decorative purposes, then they wouldn't help much for my own purpose. Well if anyone have experience in these kind of things, please help me out.  Your inputs are needed.
2/2/2009 3:11:20 AM I am a beginner and not very familiar and would like some advice.  I've only been on the mountain three times and all those are either rent or riding someone else's board.  I have read through the Guides that are on these forum but to be honest, while they do give me a little more info, they don't really tell me much more on which I should choose.  So that's why I'm asking for some help. Ok, first of all, the board.  Most of my friends have said that I'll need a board that is roughly between my chin to my nose, about 142cm-150cm, since I am 5'5, or 165cm, weighing 120lbs.  But when I rented a board on my third trip they gave me a 135cm board.  Though it's shorter than I expected I think I enjoyed it more (maybe I was getting better).  So which boards do you think fit my style, I don't really even know what kind of style yet.  What I do know is that I'm a beginner that would like to at least intermediate and god willing, a tad advance.  So is there a board that can stretch to all three phases (if there is such a thing), because I am on a budget and would like to minimize cost ie in not upgrading for at least awhile. Second is bindings, I've really know clue what I want.  I've read the guide on what's I should consider but as stated, I don't know still.  What I do know is that I don't like the ones that has two strap in front and it was very hard unstrapping them for lifts and restrapping them.  I've seen the ones that were adjusted in the front but when those are set, they unstrapped from the back, those seen more versatile and easy to use. Third, the boots.  Once again don't know much, but just want some that fits comfortably and works well Fourth, the gloves.  This is important to me, 'cause the gloves that I've worn has no movability at all.  What I want are gloves that give protection against the cold, but offer maximum mobility, close to real fingers as possible.  For someone who wipe out as much as I do, I need to have as much use of my hands i can.  I would post some links on some of the gloves and for their opinions, but I don't know if this forum allows linking to other sites and such. Fifth - Goggles.  I just want ones that don't fog up a lot if at all.  I hate foggy goggles and useless hands to clean it. That's all the important ones right now, I'm sure I'll have more.  I'd appreciate if you guys can help shed some light on my buying options.  Thanks for listening.

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