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Age: 30
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Years Riding: N/A
Average Days/Year: 55
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: powder, groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'8, 150 lbs
Board Size: 150
Boot Size: 9
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: XL
Thermal Size: L
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"Perfect for 3-4 day trips" 4/21/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Dakine Split Roller Small Travel Bag Men's
  • Pros:  Separate comparments, Good color choices, Solid rolling wheels

Experience:   This is a great bag for weekend or 3-4 day trips for the average packer. Keep your riding clothes separate from your regular clothes, your bar clothes covered in spilled booze separate from your work clothes... whatever. The rolling wheels are very solid and wide enough to give you some good contact with the ground even on bumpier terrain. Match it up with the Split Large and you've got a great set.
"Pushing the envelope" 2/13/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Rome Pusher
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  High Speeds,Off Trail,Park
  • Pros:  Fun rockered shape, Plenty of pop, Stiff/responsive enough for holding speed

Experience:   The Rome Pusher feels like an Agent on steroids -- throw in the true twin shape and this baby is a monster. The Pusher holds up very well at high speeds with good edge to edge transfer. It gives you the perks of reverse camber (playfulness, extra float in pow) with the torsional stiffness to ride hard and get through crud. Despite the playfulness of this board you can really load up the tail for some serious pop. I paired it up with some Rome Targas for a great all mountain set-up.
"Fight the cold" 1/1/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Heat Pack
  • Pros:  Three different heat levels, Quick charging (~4.5 hrs), Comes with plugs for several different countries
  • Cons:  A bit bulky, May come unclipped,

Experience:   The Burton heat packs are a great way to keep your feet toasty warm without the addition of bulky footwarmers in your boots on cold days. I've paired these up with my 09 Burton Supreme Heated boots. The heat packs have three different settings with one & two being pretty comfortable for riding. The third setting can get pretty hot and will drain the batteries pretty quickly. One problem I have encountered is that they will occasionally come unclipped from the front of my boots after a couple hours of riding. This is quickly remedied by checking them every now and then. Overall a great product.
"Hard charging women's board" 2/28/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Supermodel Womens
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,Jumps,Powder
  • Pros:  lightweight, Easy to carve, Stable at high speeds, Strong edgehold, Stiff

Experience:   The 09 Supermodel is a hard-charging women's board that is not for the faint of heart. This board kills it on groomers and floating in the powder. I found it to be fairly stiff, allowing for smooth carving at high speeds and quick edge to edge transfer. It has enough flex that I can press it easily, but this board is not meant for the park. You are better suited to add this to your quiver as an all-mountain or freeride board. This is the first board I've owned with Burton's ICS and paired it up with some 09 Cartel ESTs. It's a great set-up for hard-charging down the mountain. The ICS/EST combo allows for lots of stance width and angle adjustments without even stepping out of your bindings. Despite a couple of reviews I've read reporting the ICS/EST as being unstable, I found it to be extremely stable and allowed for great maneuverability/weight transfer. The graphic on this board actually has a wood-like pattern in the background, giving it a great look. The colored pattern on the topsheet actually matches up really well with the black Cartel ESTs that have the 09 Custom board design. I got a lot of complements on the look of the setup whiIe on the mountain. I recommend this board for more aggressive female riders, although it is suitable for intermediates cruising down blues.
"All mountain ride" 1/9/2008
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  • Name: 2007 Palmer Prodigy
  • Pros:  Stable board that's great at higher speeds but forgiving enough to play in the park
  • Cons:  Slightly heavier than similar boards, top sheet nicks fairly easily

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"Warm and wicks" 12/19/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Player Flannel First Layer Top Women's
  • Pros:  Warm but wicks well.,
  • Cons:  Fit is a bit big ,
  • Fit:  Too big
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  XL
  • Description:  Long through the torso, big around in the midsection

Experience:   The Player Flannel is warm but wicks well so that you do not end up in the cold after sweating for a run or two. I can wear this over a thin shirt (summer weight compression shirt) with just a shell jacket until about 20 degrees here in the northeast. My only gripe is that the fit is long and it's big around the midsection. That's fine if you are going to tuck it into your pants but is a little like wearing a tent if you are wearing it to chill at the bar with your buddies after a day of shredding.
"Great layering piece" 7/1/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Player Flannel Womens
  • Pros:  Warm, soft fabric, Who doesn't love flannel?, Long enough to tuck into your pants to ride
  • Cons:  A little too long in the torso,
  • Fit:  Too big
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  Long fit through the torso

Experience:   The Player Flannel is soft and comfortable, perfect for a layering piece or by itself on a dry, warm day. It's pretty long in the torso, so it's good for tucking into your pants under a jacket but may seem a little long to some people worn by itself. The fit is a bit baggy but it's really the length that makes it feel like it's bigger than it is.
"Joint the club." 4/10/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,Off Trail,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Loaded with great tech without the hefty price tag, Clean graphic,

Experience:   If you've had your eye on the Custom V-Rocker but either A.) didn't want to spend the $, or B.) don't want to be limited to EST bindings then the Sierra Reverse Crew is your answer. Get the great tech of a Burton favorite without being locked in to their bindings OR their hefty price tag. The RC rides stiff out of the box but softens up in a few rides. The reverse camber allows for easy pressing, spins and switch riding while still hanging in there at moderate speeds. While I prefer a more torsionally stiff ride for higher speeds, the RC will hold up well for most riders (go for the regular-cambered Sierra Crew if you are looking for a bit more stability). Get a high end board at a low end price and support a rider-centered company like Sierra.
"Lightweight with Goretex protection" 3/13/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Burton AK 2L Cyclic
  • Pros:  Goretex, Lifetime warranty, Clean look
  • Cons:  Very lightweight,
  • Jacket Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  S
  • Fits Like:  S
  • Description:  Fits a little longer than most smalls but isn't overly baggy.

Experience:   The AK Cyclic is a great jacket for spring-like conditions, or throw on some layers for an all year ride. This Goretex shell will keep you plenty dry and keep the wind out on a breezy day. Face getting cold? Zip 'er all the way up and it will cover most of your face with a soft fabric on the inside to prevent zipper cuts. This jacket isn't swimming with pockets but it's got enough for stashing your MP3 player and some snacks. The inner pocket is big enough to fit a nice size flask for sipping while you work on your goggle tan. Great jacket but don't expect it to keep you warm as a standalone piece on a colder day.
"Midweight comfort" 2/3/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Coal FLT
  • Pros:  Midweight, Soft, Lots of color options
  • Fit:  Just right
  • Description:  Tall fit

Experience:   This beanie is a great weight for warmer days or for just hanging around. I have a few (yup.. I like it) and usually wear them to/from the mountain and just hanging around. It's not ideal for a cold riding day, but will keep you toasty enough with temps in the 20s and up.
"Sierra steps it up" 1/17/2010
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  • Name: 2010 Capita Sierrascope FK
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Buttery soft and smooth, Makes you giddy,

Experience:   Sierra & Capita really stepped it up with this Sierra edition board. The Sierrascope was a great addition to my quiver for a fun all mountain freestyle board. I'm not a park rider by any means but found the Sierrascope to be wicked (yes.. I said wicked) fun for playing all over the mountain - natural obstacles, rollers, etc. I even took it through some natural bumps to see how it would hold up (we both survived). The flatkick makes it super easy to press and butter but it's still able to hold up pretty well at moderate charging speeds with good edge to edge responsiveness. In the past I've found non-traditional cambered boards to be too unresponsive for my riding style but the Sierrascope really held it's own. In the past this combo of buttery flexy goodness and responsiveness has been hard for me to find. It's not my first choice for hard-charging riding but is perfect for taking out with groups riding at a more moderate pace. The upgrades from a standard Horroscope FK and the price make this board a STEAL. Go out and get one, you won't be sorry.
"Supreme comfort" 1/1/2010
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Supreme Womens
  • Pros:  Plush liner, Speedlace system,
  • Fit:  mid
  • Flex:  mid
  • Shoe Size:  9.5
  • Boot Size:  9.0

Experience:   The Burton Supremes are a top of the line women's boot. These are a midflexing boot right out of the box, breaking in very quickly just from wear around the house followed by ONE DAY on the hill. Yep... took me one day to break in. I went for the heated Supremes with the Thermic heating system for some added comfort on really cold days. I have to say that it works extremely well to keep your feet warm and prolong time on the hill. These boots are really best suited for an aggressive rider who plans to put a lot of days in and wants to pamper their feet.
"Chakra" 12/27/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Vonzipper Chakra Goggles
  • Pros:  Big field of vision, Lots of lens options through VZ,

Experience:   I own the 09 version of this goggle, which has not changed much for the 10 year. I've struggled for a long time with finding a goggle that fits well for female faces but doesn't lose anything in performance. These are a great fit with a very wide field of view (which most women's goggles I've tried are lacking). Mix it up with a few different lenses and this can be your go-to pair just as it is mine.
"Everything you need " 12/27/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  No frills, Asym straps,

Experience:   I grabbed a pair of Exile ESTs to replace my 09 Cartels on my UnInc because I didn't feel like I was getting a good feel from the Cartels. I'm so glad I switched. This is a no frills binding with everything you NEED in a binding. The Asym straps are comfortable and add to response. The footbed gives you a close feel to the board. I really feel like there is so little between me and the board, it's great.
"Toasty buns" 12/6/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Burton Expedition Womens Thermal Pant
  • Pros:  DryRide keeps on breathing, Lightweight fabric that keeps you toasty, Low bulk
  • Cons:  Short,
  • Fit:  Too small
  • My Size:  L
  • Fits Like:  L
  • Description:  A little on the short side

Experience:   The Expedition weight pant is a great addition to your cold weather gear. I have a lot of gear from various brands that are meant for similar weather. These are by far my favorite pant. Very warm, breathable, and the pants dry very quickly if your butt is a little damp from sitting waiting from your buds. Grab a pair, you won't be sorry.
"Perfect any weather pant" 9/9/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Pendant Womens
  • Pros:  Blue plaid is a great bright color to stand out, Suspenders for extra grandma-style coolness,
  • Cons:  Could use some more waterproofing,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  XL
  • Fits Like:  XL
  • Description:  Team fit is perfect for me but fits more baggy than a traditional fit. If you don't like your pants baggy this is not your pant!

Experience:   The 09 Pendant pant is a great buy from SS (especially at 50-70% off!) for any weather riding. The team fit is quite a bit baggier than the sig fit, and buyers should be aware of this ahead of time. The azul plaid really pops out and I've paired it up with an AK Rotor Insulated jacket in bright green which looks great with the yellow-green color in the plaid. While these pants are not well-insulated, Burton's team fit allows for plenty of extra layering for those cold and blustery days.
"Toasty, simple, nice design" 8/26/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton AK Rotor Insulated Womens
  • Pros:  Breathable, Warm, Waterproof
  • Cons:  Not Enough Pockets or Features
  • Description:  WEATHER: Blue Bird Powder Day, Cloudy and Cold, Cold and Blustery Day, Storming and White Out, CHEST: Feels true to size, BODY: Feels true to length, INSEAM: Feels true to length,

Experience:   This is a great looking jacket that is super warm. I typically wear a shell with some layers on it even here on the coldest days in northern Vermont. I decided to pick up the Rotor jacket to cut down on some of the bulky layers. The design on the jacket gives it a little extra style to offset the solid color choices. My big complaint is that there are not enough pockets to stow your stuff -- definitely match this up with some cargo-type pants if you have to carry a few things with you.
"Believe the hype." 4/11/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Hero
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Groomers,Jumps,Rails
  • Pros:  Durable, lightweight, poppy, Great value

Experience:   Believe the hype, because it's all true. I bought the Hero when I was looking for a fun board to kick around anywhere on the mountain. It does not disappoint. I took the Hero out on a springy Vermont day and it was excellent in the soft snow. It's surprisely easy to maneuver in the springy mush with fairly quick transfer from edge to edge (more than I expected from a soft board). Super easy to press and goof around with but still fun at moderate speeds. It would not be my first choice for high speed riding but was nice at moderate speeds in spring conditions.
"Warm weather soft shell" 3/15/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Helly Hansen Verglas Womens Softshell
  • Pros:  Breathable, Lightweight
  • Cons:  Not Enough Pockets or Features
  • Description:  WEATHER: Spring Day, Blue Bird Powder Day, CHEST: Feels true to size, BODY: Feels true to length, INSEAM: Feels true to length,

Experience:   The Verglas is a perfect warm weather softshell for enjoying spring-like conditions. There's no wind getting through this softshell, which makes it a nice jacket with a layer or two underneath on colder days. The dahlia red is nice and bright and is a little more pink than red. My one gripe is that there are not enough pockets. If you are out riding with an ipod and are looking for a breast pocket you better have it in your midlayers. Otherwise, I love this jacket!
"Solid mid-level women's binding" 3/15/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Stiletto Womens
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Boot hold, Lightweight
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   The 09 Stilettos are a good choice for the intermediate female shredder who doesn't want to break the bank. The Stilettos come in a nice variety of colors, allowing the rider to choose from the old standbys or hop into something a little more flashy. I rode the "purple rain," and while not my style I did get several compliments while standing in the lift line. The patent-leather look of the straps really pops out and can bring a simple topsheet to life. These provide a solid ride, as would be expected from the Burton name. The straps are well-padded, although not as soft/flexible as I prefer. The bindings have a nice responsive feel for the beginner to intermediate rider, but more aggressive riders may choose to upgrade to the Escapade or higher end men's binding. Ratchets are solid (again, as one would expect from a Burton binding) and the bindings themselves are highly adjustable so you can tune right in. I rode these paired up with an 09 Blender (gray) (which looked especially awesome), making for a fun ride.
"A fun ride" 3/15/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Blender Womens
  • Use:  Boxes,Groomers,Jumps,Rails
  • Pros:  lightweight, poppy, Soft

Experience:   The Blender is a great addition to the Burton women's lineup. I grabbed this from my sister for a couple of runs and really enjoyed playing around on this board. It has a soft feel which makes it easy to press, butter and work out those ground tricks you've been dying to get a handle on. Working on learning switch? The twin shape and easy feel will help you pick it up in no time. A run through the park was a piece of cake although I only hit some jumps and boxes. It has a nice feel on landing, but I will say that it sounds a little "tinny" (hard to describe it any other way). Despite riding this board in a size well under my norm, it was stable at moderate speeds and I felt comfortable anywhere on the mountain. This board can easily be enjoyed on groomers but would not be adequate for high speed charging.
"Great medium fit" 3/7/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Smith Fuse
  • Pros:  I picked up the Smith Fuses basically for the sensor mirror for lower light conditions. I have not been disappointed. In fact, the sensor mirror is the best lens I own for the many overcast days I've ridden this season.
  • Cons:  Medium fit - uncomfortable along the nose if you have a very wide bridge.

Experience:  
"Sweatshirt + Jacket = the ultimate SHWACKET." 3/7/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Patagonia Slopestyle 2.0 Womens Hoodie
  • Pros:  This is a midweight hoodie that's perfect for springtime conditions. The material is water repellent (and wind!), but still gives you the comfort of a hoodie. I can't call it a sweatshirt OR a jacket.. it's the perfect blend: a shwacket.

Experience:   I purchased a 2nd Slopestyle Hoodie from SS to add to the one I already owned. Yes, it is that good.
"Sort of under." 2/22/2009
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  • Name: 2008 Burton Gore Tex Under Womens
  • Pros:  These gloves are great to pull out on a cold day when conditions are dry and the snow is fast.
  • Cons:  I have not been impressed with the waterproofing of these gloves. I primarily use them on cold days when the conditions are dry. The stitching also started coming apart on the back part of the glove the 2nd day I wore them. It was an easy repair job to fix it, but I expect my gloves to last at least a full season.

Experience:  
"Good deal" 2/22/2009
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  • Name: 2008 Von Zipper Sizzle Chrome + Bonus Lens
  • Pros:  The Sizzles are a comfortable mid-size goggle that fits well with or without a helmet. The frame is soft and flexible, making them more comfortable than a lot of goggles out there. Lenses are easily swapped out.
  • Cons:  Occasionally fog up if you're working up a good sweat shredding pow

Experience:   I picked up the Sizzles from Sierra through the member points system. They've really surpassed my expectations and have mostly been taken over by my boyfriend who has a hard time finding goggles that are comfortable on his nose. These have proved to be great for him as well, but he does complain about them fogging up if he's sweating a lot.
"Perfect fit geared toward woman" 2/22/2009
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  • Name: 2007 Anon Majestic Hydro Mirror Women's
  • Pros:  The Majestics are an ideal fit for me - something that's been very hard for me to find in a goggle. Well-fitting with or without a helmet, the mirror lens is perfect for those bluebird days.
  • Cons:  Too dark for cloudier days so bring a back-up pair of goggs

Experience:  
"Great shell -- always keeps you dry" 2/22/2009
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  • Name: 2007 Burton Concert Womens
  • Pros:  Breathable, Lightweight, Waterproof
  • Description:  WEATHER: Spring Day, Blue Bird Powder Day, Snow and Rain Mixed, Sleet, CHEST: Feels true to size, BODY: Feels true to length, INSEAM: Feels true to length,

Experience:   This is my favorite jacket to wear in almost all conditions because I know that it will always keep me warm. Throw some layers on underneath for those blustery days, or throw it over a t-shirt in spring conditions. Front pockets are fleeced lined to warm up with a good sized inside breast pocket to stash an mp3 player and some snacks.
"Perfect for spring and warm winter days" 2/22/2009
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  • Name: 2008 Dakine Viper Glove
  • Pros:  The Viper glove is lightweight and water-resistant: perfect for spring and warm weather winter days. They allow for great dexterity, allowing you to easily adjust bindings, flip through your mp3 player and probably even pick some boogers.
  • Cons:  Not for cold weather days.

Experience:   I picked these up as a spring glove but love them some so much that I wear them pretty much any time it's above 25 degrees. I've been really impressed with how dry the inside stays even when the outside is really wet!
"Comfort, waterproof, breathability" 1/9/2008
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  • Name: 2008 Burton Stow Cargo Women
  • Pros:  These are a great pair of pants at a mid-level price. Plenty of waterproofing and lots of pockets to stow your gear.
  • Cons:  You'll need to layer up on those really cold days

Experience:  
"2008 RED Wrist Guards" 1/9/2008
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  • Name: 2008 RED Wrist Guard
  • Pros:  These wrist guards are very comfortable, and can easily fit under most gloves, soft enough to give you the flexibility you need to allow for good dexterity for binding adjustments, grabs, etc.
  • Cons:  None.

Experience:   I've used several different brands of wrist guards, and these are by far the most comfortable while still providing the protection I want!
"Because you don't want to wear a bucket on your head" 1/9/2008
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  • Name: 2008 RED Tantrum
  • Pros:  Sleek, comfortable, stylish. Vent plugs to keep your head warm on those chilly days. Zip clip ratcheting makes it easy to buckle/unbuckle your helmet without removing gloves.
  • Cons:  Goggles occasionally slip if they're not over your eyes.

Experience:  
"Comfort in all conditions" 1/9/2008
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  • Name: 2007 Burton Iroc Womens
  • Pros:  Super comfortable, very adjustable with lower and top zones that are easy to change even with gloves on!!! Comes with Burton's J Bars for added fit. Stiff and super responsive.
  • Cons:  Shiny area on toe makes the toe look like plastic.

Experience:   For those who like to rock.

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