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heisenbise Name Harry Eisenbise
Location Gilbert, AZ, US
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Gender: Male
Age: 33
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 4
Average Days/Year: 15
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: view all expertise
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 6'2, 225 lbs
Board Size: 164
Boot Size: 12
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: L
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Region: Rockies
Location: Arizona
Resort: Sunrise Park
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"To each his own, but this one is for me" 2/24/2010
Helpful Review?   (2) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 DC Judge Boa
  • Pros:  Quick, Easy, Comfortable
  • Cons:  None so far,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  12
  • Boot Size:  12

Experience:   Some people love the BOA, some people hate it. I personally am all about it. I tried out the single BOA system but fell in love with the dual BOA. The independent two-zone adjustment is awesome, the inner ankle cuff keeps my foot secure, and I find them super comfortable. Never once complained about them. I have nearly 30 days in mine and they're holding up well, though the area around the wire races is showing some wear from the top piece of my Flow binding. As with any boot, you'll never know if it fits without trying it on first.
"Not light weight, not heavyweight" 4/21/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Ak Expedition Thermal Top Men's
  • Pros:  Warm, Not bulky, Middle-weight
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Fits exactly as it shoul

Experience:   Great for layering underneath on extremely cold days. Or for wearing as a top layer on warmer days. It's heavier than most base layers. And lighter than fleece. It fits perfectly in that void between. Basic styling and super-silky feel to it. Like it a lot
"May want to avoid with dual BOA boots" 12/20/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Infidel
  • Pros:  Comfortable, Flexible,
  • Cons:  Broke my boot, Sloppy handling,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   The bindings are very soft and comfortable. Rode a little bit of park with them, and hit everything from some trees to moguls. Response is fairly sloppy in these, especially on moguls. I personally prefer a stiffer binding (love my CO2s), but if you want soft this is your man. The biggest downside is it broke one of the Boa wheels off my boot. The stupid wing on the highback pressed against the Boa wheel for the lower lace and snapped it off after a few laps through the park. So if you ride with dual Boa boots, consider yourself warned about this potential issue.
"Great goggles" 10/22/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Oakley Crowbar
  • Pros:  Color selection, Lens availability, Quality

Experience:   Absolutely love em. They fit my head pretty well, they're comfortable, and the optics are spectacular. Visibility is good, when they're not fogged (I tend to put them up on my helmet, so it's my own fault they get moisture inside the lens). I have two lenses, high intensity yellow and fire iridium, for overcast days and sunny days and changing between them is very easy. I highly recommend these to anyone. In fact I'll probably pick up another pair just to have some variety.
"Smooth and stable" 10/22/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton T-6
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Carving,Chop,Crud,Groomers,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Powder
  • Pros:  Holds and edge like I can't believe, Light, Fast
  • Cons:  Questionable durability/build quality,

Experience:   I love this board! It's so fast and smooth, and holds an edge like I couldn't believe. Very little chatter in crud even at high speeds. One downside though, I rode it once and the black part under the foot positions started peeling up. It's only cosmetic, so I didn't care to get it fixed/replaced. But still, for this price I expect better.
"Not half bad for a beginner binding" 10/22/2010
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  • Name: 2007 Morrow Invasion
  • Pros:  Cheap,
  • Cons:  Straps aren't very comfortable, Only adjustment is forward lean,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   If you're looking for a pair of bindings to grow and advance with, this isn't it. Having said that, I bought a pair of these when I was first learning to board. I got them pretty cheap and they held up surprisingly well. Enough so that I donated them to a friend who wanted to learn when I upgraded. If you're looking to get in cheap, and probably upgrade in a year or so, this is a good option. If you want something to hang on to for a few years, look elsewhere.
"My favorite set of bindings" 4/20/2010
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  • Name: 2008 Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Convenient, Comfortable,
  • Cons:  A bit heavy, Difficult to get in while hiking in deep powder,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   A lot of people hate flow bindings, that's their opinion. I, however am a big fan. I've owned two pairs of Flows (in addition to other bindings) and these are by far my favorite. Absolutely love them for a lazy, hungover day of riding. Easy in and out, completely comfortable, and as convenient as it gets. No sitting down to strap in. Just kick the boot in, slap up the high-back, and ride. I've been riding them for about two season now (~35 days on them) and I refuse to get rid of them. It took a day or two to get them dialed in, but now they're super comfy and I've never had a problem with responsiveness. They may not be the lightest binding, but that doesn't bother me. A little wear on the straps, but other than that they're still going strong with no issues.
"Gets my board all lubed up" 4/20/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Dakine Adjustable Tuning Iron
  • Pros:  Heats quickly, Adjustable temperature,

Experience:   It's a waxing iron, it melts wax just like it's supposed to. Easily temperature adjustable, heats up quickly, and holds heat pretty well. Better than a clothing iron since it doesn't have the holes to get all clogged with wax. I've been using mine for about two years now and it's still going strong.
"Great for pushing a minivan up a mountain" 4/20/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Dakine Rover
  • Pros:  Waterproof, Warm,
  • Cons:  Sizing is a little small,

Experience:   I'm yet to have warn these snowboarding, but I have used them to push a minivan up a mountain. We were headed from Breckenridge back to DIA when a storm just started dumping on us. Everybody got stuck and we got out and ended up pushing probably a mile up hill. Anyway, the point is these kept my hands warm and dry. One of these days I'll actually wear them on the mountain because mittens rock.
"Doesn't get any better than this" 4/19/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Burton AK 2L Stagger
  • Pros:  Waterproof, Durable, Zips to AK pants
  • Cons:  Pricy,
  • Jacket Fit:  Too big
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  XL
  • Description:  Fits big and baggy

Experience:   I have the 2009 jacket in some kind of stone color. There's absolutely nothing special about this jacket except that it's Gore Tex and that it zips to the AK series pants. Ant that's enough. I'm absolutely sold on the AK series. They're very waterproof. Extremely durable, I've scraped quite a few tree branches and not a scratch. If you wonder if they're worth the price, they are, no question about it. They fit a little on the large side, so if you're looking for baggy here it is. It's only a shell jacket, so expect to wear a thermal and probably a fleece under it. But that's the way it should be, layer for warmth. Much better than a big, bulky, puffy jacket.
"Comfortable and responsive" 4/19/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton CO2 EST
  • Pros:  Firm and responsive, Comfortable straps, Fairly light weight
  • Cons:  Pricy,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   I love these bindings. They're on the stiff side, but that's what I was looking for. I have them mounted to my T6 and its a killer combo: fast and stable. I like the straps on these, they hold the boot well without having to crush my feet. Great choice for a long day of riding on or off mountain. I traded boards with my buddy for a day and these are a definite upgrade from the 2009 CO2s.
"Worth absolutely every penny" 4/19/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton AK 2L Stagger
  • Pros:  Waterproof, Comfortable, Zips to AK jackets
  • Cons:  Expensive,
  • Pant Fit:  Too big
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  XL
  • Description:  No need to up-size if you're looking for a baggy fit

Experience:   I'll never buy anything other than AK series again. Gore Tex is definitely the way to go (if you can afford the price). This pant is awesome. It's comfortable, it's durable, and its bright and obnoxious (I got the Heat color). Amazingly waterproof, spilled a beer on my pants and wiped it right off. It zips to the matching AK series jackets to prevent snowjam in your crack. The pants are only a shell, so don't expect insulation. That also keeps them from being bulky. All you should need is a shell and a set of thermals underneath. I've found that works fine for me down into the teens (Fahrenheit). It fits quite large, but it's supposed to, that's the Burton Sig Fit. If you don't want baggy, you may want to go down a size.
"Noodle" 3/23/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton The Hero Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,Jibs,Jumps,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Soft, Forgiving, Easy to flat ride

Experience:   I traded my Sierra Stunt to my buddy for a day in exchange for his Hero (with Burton Infidel bindings). This thing is super noodley. It loves to flat ride, the flex absorbs any inconsistencies in the snow. Definitely handles speed better than the Stunt. Rode it through some trees and it handled that pretty well. But it was less than hot on moguls. Threw some on-trail 180s, spins, and hit some kickers and it handled it all smoothly. Unfortunately I didn't get into the park with it, which is its real turf. Definitely not the best all-around board, but if you ride mostly park or are looking for a freestyle quiver board give this some consideration.
"Loving my new toy" 3/23/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Jibs,Jumps
  • Pros:  Super soft and flexy, Fun,
  • Cons:  Interesting to one-foot off the lift,

Experience:   I picked this up to teach myself freestyle moves, so I'm really just getting started with it. It's really flexy and has tons of pop. It loves to spin. This is my first reverse camber board, so riding it was a bit unique for me. At high speeds it gets a bit squirrely, but then again its not a high speed cruiser. It can also be a bit tricky to skate as the high rocker in the middle loves to spin rather than track straight. But man is it fun.
"Reminds me why people hate Flows" 3/23/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Flow NXT-FSE
  • Pros:  Lightweight, Sturdy, Look awesome with the Sierra Stunt
  • Cons:  Difficult to get set up right,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   I've been riding Flow NXT ATs for a while now, so I have them very well dialed in. Just picked up a pair of these FSEs and now I remember why people hate flow bindings. They take forever to get them setup correctly. Halfway though the first day I was ready to toss them and buy some Cartels, but after I got them dialed in I certainly appreciated the convenience.
"A little extra peace of mind at lunch or at the bar" 3/10/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Dakine Cool Lock
  • Pros:  Self retracting cord, Feels solid,

Experience:   Compact, somewhat light-weight. Feels like it should be fairly durable. Very easy to set the combination, and yet not so easy you'll change it by accident. As everyone else said it's not theft proof, but who carries bolt-cutters or a hacksaw around the mountain. It does exactly what I need it to, gives me confidence that someone won't walk away with my board while I'm grabbing some grub or a cold one. If it makes them think twice about my board and steal the one next to it, that's all I'm looking for :-)
"What can I say? They're good snowboarding socks" 3/2/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Buffer
  • Pros:  Quality, heavy material, Extra cushion in the right spots,
  • Cons:  Just beware the way the Seconds are listed,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L

Experience:   Picked up a pair of the seconds (denoted in the colors list by all capital letters). Haven't given them a ride yet, but I'm sure they'll be fine. Just wanted to comment on what made them a second, for those who care about such things. The pairs I received had a few errant mis-colored threads. It wasn't patchy or anything like that. It was just 3-4 threads dispersed throughout the upper portion of the sock that were the wrong color. If you care about such things, just be aware. But when it comes down to construction quality and fit, they're just as good as the regulars. For me personally, that's good enough. After all, they're just socks.
"What makes a second?" 3/2/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Burton Emblem
  • Pros:  Quality, heavy material without being bulky, Warm, On sale for a great price
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L

Experience:   I ordered a pair of seconds because they were on sale and in stock in my size. For those who don't find it clear, the seconds are the colors listed in all capital letters above. Anyway, I knew to expect minor cosmetic defects and I'm totally ok with what I got. The two pairs that I received had mistakes on the BURTON text, the ends of the 'N's got cut off. When it really comes down to it, I bought it for the comfort and warmth and I'm not disappointed.
"Quality sock, just not what I was expecting" 3/2/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Burton Party
  • Pros:  Solid material weight, Quality construction, Got it on sale for a good price
  • Cons:  Didn't receive what was in the picture,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L

Experience:   For those of you unaware, the regular Burton Party sock and the Burton Party Second sock are listed together as one item. The seconds have the colors listed in all capital letters. I ordered a second of the pirate sock and what I received today looked nothing like the picture. Turns out the pirate is supposed to be a mismatched pair: the one shown and one that looks like a peg leg. I guess mine became a second because it was a matched pair of peg legs. Oh well, its still a good snowboard sock and I'm still gonna rock it on my next trip out.
"Great stuff" 2/24/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Nikwax TX.Direct Spray-On
  • Pros:  Keeps your gear waterproof,
  • Cons:  Pricey, Smells a little funky,

Experience:   The TX Direct does exactly what it says it does. I use the Nikwax Tech Wash to clean my jackets/pants and the wash-in version of the TX Direct for regular waterproofing. I also use the TX Direct spray for my gloves and occasional re-applications on heavy wear/contact areas (mostly the seat of my pants :))
"Keeps my mitts warm" 2/24/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Grabber Handwarmer
  • Pros:  Warm up my gloves,
  • Cons:  Take a while to warm up, Could be hotter, Could last longer

Experience:   I buy a few big packs of these every season. I use them mostly to warm up my gloves for the afternoon. I'll toss a pair in when I take my gloves off to grab lunch, that way they're nice and warm when I put them on to head back out to the slopes. They do take a while to heat up and they don't get all that hot, but they do the trick for me. Once I wear out my gloves I'm switching to mittens so I can use a few of these to keep my fingertips nice and toasty.
"Top notch materials, questionable quality" 2/24/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Burton Gore
  • Pros:  Warm, Keeps hand dry, Goretex is awesome
  • Cons:  Stitching pulls apart at seams,

Experience:   I bought these and I do love them, but I question their durability. After one wear some one of the seams between the fingers was pulling apart. A friend has a previous year's model and they have the same problem. Having said that, they're still doing their job of keeping my hands stay warm and dry. We'll see how they continue to hold up over time, but for now I recommend them.

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