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Rockville, MD, US
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"Sierra Crew - pickin up speed."
||picking up speed
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||6'3, 160 lbs
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||Whitetail Ski Resort
|12/20/2011 12:32:13 PM
||Just wanted to survey the population, what is the most common snowboard you've seen on the slopes? For me, i think it might be the stunt. i don't know if it's because i bought one and I'm just noticing it more (i still think it's an awesome board tho). Just curious on other people's thoughts.
|8/24/2011 6:12:10 AM
||I'm curious about the LoBack as they seem to provide more movement and freedom but I was wondering if anyone's tried them and if they can share their experience with them. I read the reviews on this site and I didn't really get any information out of them. A follow up question to that is, has anyone gone w/o highbacks? How did it feel? Was it a big adjustment? Thanks!
|2/15/2011 10:58:19 AM
||It's been 10 years since the sequel. I just wanted to see if anyone else picked this game up today. It's pretty epic, even for those who aren't comic book or street fighter fans.
|2/3/2011 8:08:19 PM
||I was just wondering if there's any place that sells parts for bindings. I want to try and customize my missions by mixing up the color scheme a little bit. I'm looking to keep the base the same but i'd like to swap out the cap strap, ankle strap, the buckles, and the plastic teeth. I know they sell the plastic teeth replacements but i haven't seen replacement for the other stuff. any one know where to get them?
|1/26/2011 6:32:40 AM
||I recently bought a snowboard bag (columbia titanium double black roller 181) to be exact. It's pretty sweet, it's padded and has wheels. My only gripe is that my bindings don't really fit in the bag without me taking the highback/heelback off. Do the other bags have this same problem? I read the reviews and it didn't seem like anyone else really mentioned it for some of the other burton and dakine bags. you're thoughts are greatly appreciated.
|1/22/2011 8:56:12 PM
||Im just curious. As a fairly new progressing rider, I'm starting to work on ground tricks like tail presses and butters and i was wondering, how much force, or about how long does a board last before it starts to weaken? Forgive my newnesss to the technology. I'm currently riding a Sierra Crew, which is cambered and makes me wonder even more about bending the board. If you have broken your board, could you tell me how old the board was and how it happened? (like on a jump and bit hard, or just ran into something, etc. )
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