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Age: 33
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Years Riding: 12
Average Days/Year: 93
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: backcountry
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry
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Height/Weight: 6'3, 260 lbs
Board Size: 161
Boot Size: 12
Clothing Size: XL
Jacket Size: XXL
Pants Size: XXL
Thermal Size: XXL
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Region: North West
Location: Oregon
Resort: Timberline Lodge
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"Insanely Fun Board" 4/1/2010
Helpful Review?   (5) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Flow Infinite Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Park,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Can bomb the mountain on it!, Solid Price, Turns on a dime

Experience:   The Infinite is pretty much Flows answer for the rider that wants a great freestyle/all-mountain board. The Infinite is a directional board, incorporating the Whiskey Royal tech (which I was skeptical about honestly.) The board turns on a time, and pretty much destroys powder. Overall, I'd classify the flex as a medium stiffness. Even though it's a directional board, I didn't have a hard time riding switch on it, although it is slightly setback, so if you're not used to a directional setback, it may take some getting used to. The Infinite is actually surprisingly poppy, and fun to pop off of kickers. All in all, probably my favorite board from Flow this year for all around riding.

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sababa
looks pretty slick as well

romangarcia
La "infinite" es la respuesta de "flow" para las personas que quieren una gran tabla de estilo libre y para toda la montana. Es una tabla direccional. La tabla gira toda al mismo tiempo y practicamente destruye la nieve en polvo. Yo clasifico la flexibilidad como mediana. Aunque es una tabla direccional , no la pase mal andando de modo "switch". Aunque la postura esta ligeramente hacia atras, entonces si no ocupas una postura direccional, te tomara un un poco de tiempo el acostumbrarte. Puedes brincar "pop" muy bien con esta tabl. Todo en una, probablemente mi tabla favorita de Flow este ano para andar por todos lados.



"Big Feet Big Board" 3/16/2010
Helpful Review?   (2) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Nitro Magnum
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Directional Twin, Light weight for it's size,

Experience:   The Magnum, or beast as I like to call it, is a wide board size 12+ boots and up, but still a very light weight board for it's size. It's a directional twin, so you can still rock out switch, or in the park if you want, and then go out and drop cliffs and pow runs with no problem. I liked the response of the magnum, quick edge to edge response, and fast down the runs. It cut through Pow with ease, and let me bomb groomers with no chatter. Again, it was surprising how light the board actually is as it's width and length can be misleading. It does have an extruded base for those of you who care but also has a two year warranty which is solid. It's really probably one of the widest boards I've ridden with waists starting at 27.2cm but still fast.
"Solid Bindings from Flow" 12/5/2009
Helpful Review?   (2) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2009 Flow Team
  • Pros:  Pretty light weight , Look sick,
  • Cons:  build quality (hardware comes loose),
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Took the Flow Teams out for a few turns recently. The bindings are great overall, and for Flows, very light weight. The carbon fiber highback is a nice touch, and overall the support is solid. The flex pattern on the bindings is probably more a mid-flex, very capable of handling kickers, and park runs. There are two quirky issues with the Team binding. The baseplate is shaped slightly different than standard flows, to provide more support towards the ankle. You may find certain boot widths tend to fit weird at first until you dial them in. The other issue I've noticed and heard from several people as well is the hardware can tend to come loose. The screws holding my highback into the baseplate, are already loose after two days of riding. Not a huge deal, just tighten them back up, but keep an eye out for the hardware if you're riding these. All in all an excellent binding from Flow, and at this price, it's a steal!
"Pretty Sick Boot.." 12/3/2009
Helpful Review?   (2) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Flow One Boa Coiler
  • Pros:  Great Support, Fit seems true to size, Very warm
  • Cons:  Toebox is pretty stiff until breakin,
  • Shoe Size:  12
  • Boot Size:  12

Experience:   If you like a stiff boot, that is warm, and comfortable for tearing up some pow, look no further. The One provides solid support, and minimal to no heel lift at all, even with my bigger foot. My only complaint was the stiffness of the toe box. Initially you might feel like the toe box is too stiff, but once the boot breaks in, everything felt much better.
"Awesome Stick!" 12/7/2012
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  • Name: 2013 Jones Flagship Wide Snowboard 163 Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Off Trail,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Stiff, Great Edge Hold,
  • Cons:  wood topsheet can chip easily, Not nearly as damp as some other boards,

Experience:   Great all mountain board. Definitely on the stiffer side, but looks, and rides great. Has solid edge hold, and holds speeds well. It's not nearly as damp as some of the other boards I've ridden, and at lower speeds through crud, you may feel it underfoot. In powder and on steeps the board holds it's own though!
"A Solid Entry Level Boot" 5/29/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Moto
  • Pros:  Good Price Point, Easy Lacing System,
  • Cons:  Don't hold up well,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  12
  • Boot Size:  12

Experience:   I picked up a pair of Moto's on sale this past season as a pair of backup boots. The boot was initially uncomfortable during the break in period, but once they broke in, were very comfortable. The boot is a medium soft flex, with an average size toebox and width. I have a wider foot and didn't have any issues fitting into the moto. After I rode them for a few weeks, I noticed they were starting to come apart near the toe box, most likely from resting my board on the toe box while on the lift. I kind of felt that was a somewhat cheap build/design as my other boots don't have that problem with only a few weeks on them. Overall, the boots were good, nothing super exciting, but a solid pair of boots for entry level riders, or the rider who needs a good pair of backup boots.
"Slick Slick Ride!" 4/14/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Powder
  • Pros:  Very Responsive, Pop for ages, Sick Price
  • Cons:  Top sheet does scratch easy, if that matters.,

Experience:   I finally broke down and picked up the 160w Reverse Crew. While I'm not a huge fan of the orange colorway, once I received the board, I was stoked on it. It's a gorgeous board out of the box! You can definitely see the v rocker in the board at first glance. It's not a overly stiff board flexwise, but has some torsional stiffness. I expect the more I ride this board it will loosen up. Taking it out for it's first spin, I found a board that was insanely fun to ride. Very responsive edge to edge, and pop it does! This was my first time ever riding anything with v-rocker, and I really found myself enjoying it. I worse size 12 boots and Flow XL FSE bindings, and didn't notice any toe drag. The 160w is setback, but it's not a huge deal. Insanely solid/fun board, especially for the price!
"Definitely Surprised..." 4/8/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  INSANE Price!, Awesome Graphics, Fun Rocker

Experience:   I was a bit sketchy on ordering up the Stunt, but I went ahead and picked up the wide version of the board. I wear a size 12-13 boot depending on brand. Honestly, once it arrived I was stoked on how nice it looks in person, and the build quality feels solid. On the snow the board is very playful! It butters like a dream, and is just fun to ride! It does get a little chatty at high speed, but I would expect that from a rocker park/freestyle focused board. For the price, it's an insanely great purchase, and the graphics are awesome as well
"Great Boot" 4/1/2010
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  • Name: 2010 32 Lashed Fast Track
  • Pros:  Very Comfortable, Good Support,
  • Cons:  Quick Lace is wonky,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  12
  • Boot Size:  13

Experience:   32 makes great boots. It's really no secret. These boots are no exception. The lashed is a super comfy boot that can be made to fit your foot like a glove. The boot is a mid flex boot, good for freestyle/park riding (I rode some all mountain with them, and they did great!) If you're looking for a boot that is stiff, this definitely isn't your boot, but if you're looking for a great midflex park/freestyle boot, check this one out. My one complaint is the quick lace system. It's a bit wonky. I always feel like I'd break the laces, or not get them tight enough. I think I prefer the lace version of the boots better if I had to choose. I will say I've noticed that my 32 boots don't last nearly as long as some of my other boots I've ridden, but they are insanely comfortable.
"Pleasantly Surprised" 4/1/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Salomon Synapse
  • Pros:  Fits quite well, Warm,
  • Cons:  Can be pricey,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  12
  • Boot Size:  12

Experience:   I wanted to grab a pair of these as friends always recommended Salomon boots. I finally got a pair at a good price, and honestly was pleasantly surprised. They fit true to my size, without feeling overly tight. I had a slightly wide foot, and didn't find any issues with pressure on the sides of my feet while riding. It took me a few times to get used to the speed lacing system Salomon uses, but I finally figured it out, and found I really do like it. It's quick, and didn't come lose during riding like some of my lace boots. The boot is a mid-flex boot (in my opinion) making it good for all-mountain/freestyle boots that can also hold their own in the park.
"The Only Bag I Use.." 4/1/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2009 Burton Wheelie Sub Luggage Bag
  • Pros:  Great Price (Thanks Sierra), Well Built, Lots of Storage

Experience:   I bought this bag during a sale a few months ago, and honestly it goes on every trip with me. I don't quite know why it's called the sub, because it's not a small bag. You can fit quite a bit of stuff into the packing area. (2 weeks of clothes is what I pack.) The wheels roll amazingly smooth, and so far the bag has held up insanely well. The only complaint, if it's really a complaint is the handle can feel a little loose at times, but it's just how it's built I haven't had any issues with the handle breaking or falling off etc. I have no tears or any issues with the zippers etc. I really can't say enough good things about this bag.
"Solid Pants for the Money!" 3/29/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Bonfire Particle
  • Pros:  Great Price, Have Held up Awesome,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  XXL
  • Fits Like:  XXL
  • Description:  Somewhat Baggy, with a tapered feel near the ankles

Experience:   For the money, the particle is an awesome deal. I've had a pair I've put through the ringer this past season, and haven't had any issues with the seams, or ripping. I picked up the XXL which fit really well. The pants do seem to taper slightly near the ankles though. They are not fully lined, so I end up wearing thermals under them, and find they keep me warm, and definitely dry! Can't go wrong for the price really. Solid product, built well!
"Big Mountain Bindings" 3/21/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Flow NXT FRX
  • Pros:  Very Stiff, Rocker Baseplate,
  • Cons:  Cost, ratchet ladders miss sometimes,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   I've ridden the NXT series from top to bottom this season, with the last binding being the FRX. I rode these with a Never Summer Titan-TX 169 in length. First impression, they are definitely stiff, and provide insanely great support. They respond quick into turn initiation, and I had no problems with toe or heel. The A Strap is different than the I Strap you'd find on the AT, FS, or FR, as it's less of a freestyle strap and more of a full mountain support strap. My only complaint, and this is generally across the NXT line, is the ratchet ladders tend to slip while trying to setup the bindings. It hasn't really been a huge issue, just more of an annoyance. Other than that, these bindings are stiff, all mountain slayers!
"Best pants around..." 12/9/2009
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 686 Smarty Original Cargo
  • Pros:  Super Comfortable, Inner Liner , Multiple Pockets
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  XXL
  • Fits Like:  XXL
  • Description:  Medium Baggy but true to fit

Experience:   These pants are some of the best pants I've ridden yet. Incredibly comfortable, fits true to sizing charts, and not overly baggy, but baggy enough. They keep you very warm on the cold days, and just cool enough on the warmer days by removing the liner. Lots of pockets for all your goods, and the BOA cover in the pants leg make adjusting your boa boots super quick and easy without pulling up your pants much at all. A lot of nice features and build quality for the cash!
"Pretty Solid Jacket" 12/9/2009
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 686 Smarty Command
  • Pros:  Comfortable, Looks good, Removable Liner and lots of pockets
  • Cons:  Doesn't keep me as warm as I'd like,
  • Jacket Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  XXL
  • Fits Like:  XXL
  • Description:  Pretty much spot on for me..

Experience:   Awesome jacket for the money, and the smarty zip in liner system is pretty slick. The build quality is good, with a lot of pockets for all your lil toys. The pass holder in the left arm cuff is brilliant, so you just stuff the pass into the lil holder, velcro up and ride off. The sizing runs pretty true. I'm wearing a XXL, which fits somewhat baggy, but not overly baggy. My only issue with this jacket, even with the zip in liner is that it doesn't necessarily keep me warm during the colder/windy days. So I have to layer up underneath it to really stay warm.
"Awesome Boot!" 12/9/2009
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2009 Forum Recon
  • Pros:  Super comortable, Great Price, Great fit/support
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  12-13
  • Boot Size:  13

Experience:   First things first.. this is one of the most comfortable boots I've ridden in. I have a mid-wide foot, so boot fit can sometimes be a nightmare, but these boots fit my foot perfectly. They are cushy, warm, and look great. Support is solid, with mid-flex for me while riding. For the price, these are definitely a solid/great boot!
"Sick Sick Board!" 12/3/2009
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2008 Capita Black Death Speed Tribe
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Insanely fast , Responsive, It's a Capita!

Experience:   I picked this board up on a whim a while back, and honestly can't say enough good things about it. The board is sick for destroying all-mountain terrain. It's directional and slightly set back for powder riding, but does just as well on groomers. Stable at speed and holds an edge like a dream. At this price, it's really a solid deal! Plus hey.. it's a Capita.. they make good shizzle!
"Huge Improvement" 12/3/2009
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Quick, Nice support,
  • Cons:  Latches can be tough to adjust,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Flow has definitely come a long way with their bindings. The NXT ATs have gotten so much lighter, and better in terms of response, and fit/feel. The response appears to be a bit more dialed in. Contrary to what people believe, you can ride Flow in the park and pipe. Look no further than Antii, or Lago for examples! I really have no complaints about these bindings. The only thing I'd mention is that the ratchets can get stiff/stuck in wet or icy snow, so as usual with Flows, make sure you have them setup properly before you hit the mountains.

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