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Magicweed3 Name Stan Weed
Location Concord, NH, US
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Gender: Male
Age: 30
Languages: English
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Years Riding: 14
Average Days/Year: 25
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
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Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 6'0, 195 lbs
Board Size: 159
Boot Size: 11
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: L
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Region: East Coast
Location: New Hampshire
Resort: Waterville Valley
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"The Perfect Everyday Media Bag" 4/20/2010
Helpful Review?   (4) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2009 Burton Zoom 28L
  • Pros:  Tons of comparments to store equipment, Generous amounts of padding to protect gear, Comfortable straps and waist straps for support

Experience:   I have this Burton camera backpack and currently use it for my Nikon DSLR and lenses. Overall the bag is fairly large, with a fully removable camera bag inside the backpack. It has multiple zippered compartments, including a laptop pouch on the front. The padding is very good, with multiple layers between the camera and lenses, and more than enough for the laptop as well. What really gets me is the versatility of the bag. Beside being my everyday photo bag, I also use it as my personal travel bag. By removing the camera enclosure, you have a very large are to pack things like clothes into. The pouches make it very convenient to bring chargers, cables, extra media, and other things on your photo outing, or toiletries on your need road trip. The construction is very good, and has handled it's fair share of abuse, and while not waterproof, it stayed fairly dry when I left it on the snow while I was shooting the US Open. I was so happy with my bag that I had my friend get one as well. Now he brings his 50D with him everywhere. We've even gone so far as to strap our boards to the bags and hike a few slopes. If you're looking for a backpack for your camera, but you want something that is more than a dedicated camera bag, this is your best choice.

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jasonFTW
Will this bag fit a DSLR with a grip attached? I've been looking for a bag that will let me keep my grip on my XT.



"A jack of all trades" 4/4/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Reverse camber makes tree runs easy and fun, Solid construction with a poppy core, Great edge hold on ice

Experience:   I picked up the Reverse Crew 159 a little while ago and all I can think is, what took me so long? While not the end-all-be-all of reverse camber boards, it is definitely on the top of my list when it comes time to pick a board to ride. I matched this up with some Burton Cartels and took it out at a few different New England mountains. The conditions ranged from hard packed and icy to slow, sticky slush and this board handled everything very well. While riding on hard packed and icy trails I have found that reverse camber boards tend to lose edge hold on one end of the board, either washing out out in the back or front. With the Reverse Crew, this wasn't really an issue, and I feel that it was because of the more mellow profile of the rocker. When I went off trail, it handled sharp turns and direction changes easily, while simply floating along in the only powder stash I could find. Once things warmed up and got choppy/sloppy the Reverse Crew just powered through everything with no issues. I did take it through the park a few times too, hitting a few boxes and spinning a little. The board had surprising pop, pressed easily, and helped out spinning off the side hits in the park. Of course you can say that about any RC board, but those are still good traits to have. Overall, I like it better than my Nitro Team Gullwing for all mountain performance, but would take my Sierrascope over it if I had to choose one board. However, if I get two boards, the Reverse Crew would be next in my quiver.
"Anon Figment - Drip/Red Solex" 3/30/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Anon Figment Painted
  • Pros:  Fits well with a helmet, Good fit to my face, Good light transmission for 90% of riding

Experience:   I picked up these goggles to replace a decade old pair of Oakley's I had, and I'm glad I did. Besides looking amazing, the Red Solex lens has performed amazing in everything but the worst overcast situations. From night riding to bluebird skies, they've been fantastic. They do fog, but only for a moment. I have yet to stop riding because they fogged, or even given it a second thought when it happened. The fit and feel of the goggle is great, matching well with my helmet and my face(med/large). They hold up well to abuse, and aren't easily scratched. I'd go so far as to call them the best goggle I've ever used.

Comments & Questions

Magicweed3
Can someone delete this one? It erased everything I wrote in it so I wrote another one.

Magicweed3
Scratch that, evidently the new one replaced it. Carry on.



"Sessions, with an extra helping of steeze" 11/29/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Sessions Distortion Loose Fit Denim
  • Pros:  Denim outer to resist tears, Good amount of pockets, Warm
  • Cons:  They're stiff before you ride a few days, People randomly touch your legs,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  The pant is loose fitting around the thighs and calves, with a good fit around the waist

Experience:   So I picked these up for the current season of riding and couldn't be happier. I ordered the pants in Large, which fit well from the beginning, but I do need to use the drawstring or a belt to keep them tight to my waist. The fit was loose and easy to move in, but the denim was kind of stiff. However, once I got a few runs in that went away. My first few days of the season were at Killington Resort in VT, on man made. The terrain was hard packed and icy, with a sandpaper like quality since it was all man made. After getting my few under me, I started getting more aggressive with my ground tricks and began sliding out a lot more. Where other pants may have torn or shown wear, you can't see a thing on these. Also, when the wind was blowing and it felt like 5 degrees, my legs didn't feel it thanks to these pants. Recommended for anyone.
"Liberate you feet with the Libertine" 11/11/2010
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  • Name: 2011 Rome Libertine
  • Pros:  Pureflex lacing (on models that have it), Excellent heel hold, Support front to back with side to side flex
  • Cons:  Colors are either vibrant or monochrome,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  11
  • Boot Size:  10.5

Experience:   I originally rode the 2011 Libertine in March 2010 at Stowe resort in VT. The conditions consisted of lots of ice, but I started out with a 2011 Rome Mod and 2011 Rome 390 Boss bindings as my setup, so edge hold wasn't an issue. As soon as I put on the boots, I knew they were an immediate upgrade from my previous season Burton Hails. The Hails are a comfortable freestyle boot, but they were no match for the Libertine. Combined with the 390 Boss bindings, I had the single most pain free day of my riding last season. They also had no trouble telling the Mod what to do in order to keep a firm grip on the ice. The Pureflex lacing system is a breeze and does not loosen up as the day goes on, unlike some other lacing systems. The inner liner is warm, the spine on the rear of the boot is supportive, and the upcurl on the toe and heel mean large footed riders can ride a narrower board without fear of drag. All in all the Libertines are my go to boot right now, and it will take something head and shoulders better to get me to think otherwise.
"A Serious All Mountain Board" 10/9/2010
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  • Name: 2011 Rome Anthem Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Off Trail,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Hybrid camber, Stiff construction with loads of pop, Strong edge hold on all terrain

Experience:   I rode this board in March 2010 at Stowe Mountain resort. I matched this up with a pair of 390 Boss bindings and my normal boots. The conditions would be described as ice. No snow to speak of, just ice. I got on the lift with Mike from Rome and we took off down the mountain (since this was where he rode most days) at break neck speeds. I'd never ridden Stowe before, but was impressed with how much response I got from the board. The edge never slipped on the ice and I could power through carves at will. The 390 Boss' may have been a touch on the soft side for the board, but it didn't matter as the combo handled everything I threw at it. If you like riding Burton's Balance or Supermodel, this board is for you.
"One of the best bindings, period" 10/7/2010
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  • Name: 2011 Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Bindings Men's
  • Pros:  Stiff when carving heelside, Easy rotating flex for presses and jibs, The most comfortable straps I've ever used
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I rode this binding in March at Bettypalooza and loved it. Later I went to the Rome office and picked up a pair to use for the summer in Oregon. I didn't realize it was possible, but I fell in love with them more. From riding the pipe, hitting kickers, jibbing and pressing, the 390 Boss performed better than expected. It was responsive, but forgiving and extremely comfortable. Add in the cant options for the footbed and you have an amazing binding for every condition. Thats why I bought them as soon as I returned my loaners. Buy them, it's that simple.
"Park Pants, not for the park" 8/2/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Bonfire Park Snowboard Pants Men's
  • Pros:  Light weight feel,
  • Cons:  Build quality, Lack of waterproofing, Durability
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Overall it was slightly loose around the waist and easy to move in

Experience:   Ok, I picked these up for a light weight pair of pants for the summer at Mt. Hood. By the third day of normal use, the right rear pocket had been torn away. Over the course of the summer, using the pants mostly for cruising and light freestyle, they were terrible. If you touched the snow, the pants were instantly wet, and if it was remotely warm, they would cause you to sweat, even with the vents open. After about 30 days of riding, the belt loops had torn off on the back of the pant, both rear pockets were useless, and the pants were starting to wear on almost every square inch. I admit I was trying new tricks out and stepping up to larger features, but still spent 90% of my time off the snow. If I were riding on the east coast, these things would've been shredded. Since the summer is over, I'm sending them to Bonfire for warranty. They were a great deal, but turned into a pair of throw away pants.
"Fun is spelled Stunt" 7/27/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,Jibs,Jumps,Low Speeds,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Loose, playful feel perfect for jibs and butters, Even flex throughout the board, Good edge hold on groomers

Experience:   I've put around 8 days on the Sierra Stunt, and I can say without a doubt it is a fun board to be on. I'm a solid rider all over the mountain, but am progressing quickly at freestyle. I matched it with a pair of 2011 Rome 390 Boss' and this made for an excellent ride. The board was fun, loose and playful, making presses and butters easy, but was still solid enough to take off the larger jumps in the park (30-35ft). One morning, the mountain was pretty windblown and icy (just like the east coast everyday) and I was worried about the edge hold, but I didn't need to be. The Stunt handled the terrain just fine, rarely feeling sketchy. Riding the board switch was easy given its true twin shape, and the rocker gives makes it less catchy. Overall, this would be one of my top choices for a dedicated park board. Not just because it kills boxes, rails and jumps, but because it can handle all the terrain you need to cover in order to get to the park.
"Great tool, but go easy on it" 6/19/2010
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  • Name: 2008 Dakine Mega Blaster Snowboard Tool
  • Pros:  Lots of bits, Ratchets, Compact
  • Cons:  Feels flimsy, Easy to accidently change ratchet direction,

Experience:   I picked up the Mega Blaster tool prior a few weeks ago so I would have something to bring to Mt. Hood. During the weeks before my trip, I used it to change over 5 different board binding setups. What I found was that the tool was great when it came to simple adjustment tasks, and unmounting bindings. The variety of bits and easy storage made any job easier. However, when it came to mounting my new bindings, it wasn't really up to the task. The plastic handle/bit holder felt flimsy, and wasn't strong enough to allow me to tighten my baseplate screws enough. In the end, I grabbed my trusty screw driver to finish the job. If you're looking for something to carry in your bag for use on the mountain, or while traveling, this is perfect. However, don't be surprised by the fragile feel, and it possibly breaking on you if you try to tighten things too much.
"Beginner binding thats ok in the park" 4/4/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Custom
  • Pros:  Toe hold from cap strap is great, Solid construction,
  • Cons:  Ankle strap can cause pressure points, Over a half pound heavier than the Cartels,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   I picked these bindings up to replace a set of Salomon binders that were 10 years old. My first impression was that these things were amazing. Comfy ankle straps, sick cap strap, rotated high backs, easily adjusted forward lean. These things had everything. Then I proceeded to upgrade all my equipment, buy different bindings, boards and boots. Now I have a very different opinion. These are soft bindings and lack the responsiveness of bindings like the Cartels and CO2s. They are heavier than the Missions, Cartels and CO2's. They aren't as comfortable as the Cartels and CO2's. These are not bad things, but simply shows where they fall in Burton's lineup. They performed very well while I was getting back into snowboarding, but as I progressed and rode more throughout the year, I needed more from my bindings and they didn't cut it. If you're a beginner, these are great for you and will allow you to progress, but as your confidence builds, look at bindings like the Cartel, CO2, Rome 390, Union Force or Contact, and a number of other bindings.
"A base layer for any temp" 3/30/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Polarmax Max Ride Pant
  • Pros:  Good fit, with plenty of give for leg muscles, Very warm, Keeps you dry when it gets warm
  • Cons:  No fly,
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  It fit close to the skin, but not overly tight

Experience:   I rode at Bettypalooza with this base layer. The temps went from a windy 10 degrees at the top of the mountain, to mid 40's chilling in the parking lot, and I never felt uncomfortable. The fit of the pant was great, with plenty of room for my calves and quads, which are tight in some other thermals. They kept my warm from top to bottom wide riding, and bottom to top while sitting on the quad, where things usually get cold. Once things warmed up and I stopped riding, they were still very comfortable, and kept me dry, despite my legs feeling pretty warm. I'm very glad I picked these up. A very good buy.
"Great Fitting Base Layer" 3/25/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Polarmax Double Base Layer Tall Crew
  • Pros:  Perfect fit for the tall guys, Wicks away sweat, Very warm as a base layer
  • Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Good fit through the chest and correct arm length without being baggy

Experience:   I picked this up to use from fall to spring as a base layer and couldn't be happier. The arms are usually where I come up short with a base layer (literally), but not with this tall fit top. The shirt is comfortable without being scratchy. It fits very well, without being tight across the chest, like most larges I try on. The extra length means that it doesn't come untucked while I'm riding, which is always good. In short, it does everything I could ask of a base layer. It fits, its warm, and I stay dry.
"2010 Burton Baker Gloves" 3/25/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Baker
  • Pros:  Gauntlet can be used over or under sleeves, Good grip,
  • Cons:  Not as warm as I hoped,

Experience:   I had been riding with a pair of gloves that were a few years old, and weren't really designed for boarding. To fix this I picked up the Baker in True Black. I wear large gloves and the Bakers fit true to size, with my finger tips making it all the way to the end. The gauntlet fits under the sleeves of my System jacket just fine, and on the recent spring days over my hoodie sleeves jut as well. I was pleased with the palm area, and the gloves grip overall. It made it easy to use zippers, open pockets and make adjustments in the cold without having to take them off. However, they weren't as warm as I had hoped. On some 0-10 degree days they left my hands feeling chilled by lunchtime. Otherwise, these are a really good pair of gloves, and the build quality looks like they'll last for a while. A good buy.
"2010 Burton C60's" 3/18/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton C60
  • Pros:  Feather Light, Very responsive,
  • Cons:  Super expensive,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   The top of Burton's binding line, the C60's are a very aggressive binding. They respond to your every movement and are perfect for the intermediate to advanced rider. The high backs are comfortable, with a good amount of forward lean, and the footbeds are very comfortable. The only complaints I have with the bindings are the straps. The airstraps are nice, but had a tendency to create a pressure point on the top of my ankle, which I didn't like. Overall a very good binding, but I can't justify the price myself.
"2009 Analog Perimeter" 3/18/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Analog Perimeter
  • Pros:  Good fit without being too baggy, Plenty of pockets, Warm, despite no insulation
  • Cons:  Hood fit is tight with a helmet, Feels heavy,
  • Jacket Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  The fit was very good throughout, with extra length in the arms, just the way I like it.

Experience:   Overall this jacket is really nice. It feels really good and despite having no insulation, is very warm. It has more than enough pockets to hold all my stuff, and includes loops on the left hand side of the zipper to route your headphone cord through. I tried to fit the hood over my helmet, but failed, but that isn't a really big deal to me. The only other thing I had an issue with was the heavy feel too it, but that could be because I was expecting a more spring/fall riding jacket. Any way you cut it, this is a great jacket, but don't forget your layers in the colder months. Also, size up if you're going for a baggy fit.
"Good all around pants" 3/17/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Poacher Insulated
  • Pros:  Insulated for warmth, Enough pockets for my stuff,
  • Cons:  Waterproof, to a certain extent,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  A little baggy, but fitting just right in the waist

Experience:   I picked up these pants in the Bright White Twill Stripe while they were on sale. First off, they are BRIGHT white. Secondly, they feel different than my Special Blend Commanders I picked up earlier in the year. Not better, not worse, but different. The pants are very good looking, and surprisingly warm. Despite the warm spell in New England, the trails can still be chilly and these pants fit the bill with no layering. However, I'd still layer up in the colder months. The only downside to the pants is that they can't really defend against the springtime melt in the waterproof department. Rain, fog, or hot slushy conditions can get the best of them, but for the majority of situations, they come out on top.
"A great all-weather option" 3/14/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Special Blend Commander
  • Pros:  Tons of pockets, Waterproof, but breathable, Very warm with minimal layers
  • Cons:  Built in snow skirt,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Slightly baggy, with enough length for the tall guys

Experience:   I picked these up to replace an old black pair of pants I'd been riding with. Instant upgrade. The pants are more functional, with loads of pockets, velcro waist adjustments, and strings to pull up the legs (savior in those muddy spring parking lots). They kept me warm in cold weather with just a base layer, and comfortable on some of the recent 40+ days. The only issues I had were with the built in snow skirt. It seemed to fit smaller than the waist of the pants, which wasn't comfy, but it zips out. Overall, I am very glad I picked these up.
"A jacket for all climates" 3/13/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Burton System
  • Pros:  Warm liner, Highly waterproof, Loads of pockets
  • Cons:  Fit is a size up, Liner doesn't zip in,
  • Jacket Fit:  Too big
  • My Size:  XL
  • Fits Like:  XXL
  • Description:  Loose and baggy

Experience:   I needed a new jacket and got a phenomenal deal on the 2009 System jacket. The first thing I noticed was the large fit. Being tall and broad shouldered, I wear XL's for the length. In this case, I would've been fine with a large. The extra length at the bottom makes zipping up more of a chore than it should be, and having only a single zip is a detractor. The liner doesn't zip in, and relies on around a half dozen buttons to secure itself to the outer shell. Once I got past this I was impressed with the coat. It kept me warm, dry, and held everything I needed and more while riding. The audio pocket was great, and made using headphones less annoying. Overall, I'm glad I made the purchase, but knowing what I know now I'd size down.
"One word: FUN!" 3/10/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Capita Sierrascope FK
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,High Speeds,Jibs,Jumps,Low Speeds,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Good edge to edge response, Rides like a bigger board, Definition of the word playful
  • Cons:  Top sheet prone to chipping,

Experience:   I rode this board with a pair of Burton Mission bindings on everything but powder and in the pipe. All I can say is this thing is fun. Probably the most fun, all around board I've ridden. The Flat Kick tech makes for a very playful board, thats tough to catch an edge on, but doesn't have that super loose feel a lot of rocker/r.c. boards have. Between the bindings its stiff, while the very flexible tip/tail make presses a breeze. On top of that the base is extremely fast. I was riding a 156 @ 6' tall, 200lbs, and despite the board being a bit small, charging the mountain wasn't a chore, keeping up with even the most experienced riders in the group I was with. I bought this to lap the park with, to work on my jibs and spins, but now I know if I want to take a break from that, I can still handle the rest of the mountain without any regrets. Buy it before they're sold out.
"Fun, fast and Loose" 3/9/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Nitro Team Gullwing
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Playful feel, Light weight, Fast base
  • Cons:  Can feel a little loose in the tail,

Experience:   This is a first impression review of the Nitro Team Gullwing. I matched this up with some Burton Cartels and hit the slopes. The first thing I noticed was that the board was a medium flex, and when paired with Nitro's Gullwing, made it feel very playful. Since it was early in the day I cut first tracks in the groomers, where it had very good edge hold. The only thing I noticed after a few runs was that the tail would get a little loose and wash out if you weren't paying attention. Other than that, it's light, fast and fun, which are all very good things.
"2010 Burton Cartels" 3/7/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Cartel
  • Pros:  Canted high back, Comfortable foot bed and straps,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I matched these up with the 2010 Nitro Team Gullwing. Overall the bindings were comfortable and responsive. I did notice that the high back angle is more aggressive than my Missions, or Customs, but this wasn't really an issue. It helped to initiate toe side carves and gave more grip on the heel side. Definitely a binding I enjoy riding and will purchase again.
"The top of Burton's camber offerings" 3/6/2010
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2010 Burton Custom X
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Very responsive, Damp ride, Made to go fast, flat or on edge

Experience:   I just got off this board at Burton's Demo Super Stop in Waterville, NH. The conditions were mostly groomed runs, going from icy in the AM to soft around noon. I strapped into this board on a set of Cartel bindings and hit the slopes around 8am. I don't consider myself a professional by any means, but I know a winner when I ride it. Edge hold was great down the icy steeps of the morning, and the speed of the base left nothing to be desired when looking to go fast. As things softened up, and I became more comfortable with the board, I started to push it into carves and it just powered you right into the next one. Overall, edge-to-edge response was great, pop was very good, and switch was a breeze compared to some directionals I've ridden. If I had to pick a single cambered board out of Burton's lineup, this would be it.

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