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trill2go Name Tim Wut
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Gender: Male
Age: 29
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Experience  
Years Riding: 3
Average Days/Year: 20
Skill Level: getting comfortable
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: weekend warrior
Preferred Terrain: park, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'4, 160 lbs
Board Size: 150
Boot Size: 8.5
Clothing Size: S
Jacket Size: S
Pants Size: S
Thermal Size: S
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Region: California
Location: So-Cal
Resort: Big Bear
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"Solid Helmet" 2/7/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Red HiFi Snowboard Helmet
  • Pros:  Light, Good fit (when sized correctly), Good venting
  • Cons:  Plain styling,

Experience:   Was the first helmet that I bought and originally picked it up in a size medium. Found that that was a bit tight so I jumped up in size. I also have a spare RED Mutiny laying around and the Hifi is by far the lighter and less obtrusive helmet (though the mutiny gets the tip off in looks with the brim style). The vents definitely worked and kept my head cool even with the liners in (warm when I needed, cool when I didn't) and the compatibility with my Electric EG2 goggles with no forehead gap. Would definitely recommend this helmet to anyone that doesn't necessarily need ridiculously flashy headgear.
"Great all around board" 1/26/2012
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  High Speeds,Low Speeds,Park,Powder
  • Pros:  Great All arounder, Poppy and fast, Rockered design
  • Cons:  Stiffer than hoped for, *Yawn* topsheet,

Experience:   Had a great time riding my friend's Reverse Crew (I forget length but it was 148-150 ish). The board was playful and the rocker design let me spin and switch my stance pretty easily. The board felt stable on faster runs and I never felt out of control. My only disappointment was that it was a tad stiffer than I had anticipated, but that's probably because I had immediately stepped off a Signal Park Rocker, which will make anything feel like a surfboard. The topsheet design is clean but a bit too plain for me, didn't give any minus marks though because that's a purely subjective thing. Overall, really enjoyed this board and am eager to hop on it again with my friend's permission!
"Funnest Board I've ridden" 1/26/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Signal Park Rocker Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,Jibs,Low Speeds,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Fun, Flexy for Buttering, Easy to Ride
  • Cons:  Chattery at High Speeds, Takes time getting accustomed to,

Experience:   One of my favorite boards I've ridden in my limited experience. The preloaded rocker system and amount of flex this board gives is seriously insane, almost comical. For those trying to learn beginning tricks (spins, presses, butters, 180's), the board is extremely forgiving and will never send you on your back while catching an edge. I float around 150-160lb and rode this in a 148 for a few sessions. The board got a little sketchy at higher speeds, but overall I was able to keep up with my friends okay. On ice, it's definitely less secure as you get the feeling that the board will slip out under you and put you into a spin. Definitely a lot of fun in and out of the park. I didn't get a chance to ride it on super huge runs (mostly rode in Big Bear with its shorter runs), but I re-iterate, this is one of the funnest boards I've ridden.
"Fast and stable, a bit stiff for a freestyle board" 1/23/2012
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  • Name: 2008 Omatic ExtrEmo Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds
  • Pros:  Fast, Poppy, Stable
  • Cons:  Felt slow to turn, Not flexible enough for parks,

Experience:   Have ridden the board for two seasons and overall have enjoyed my runs with it. Bought the board as my first piece of hardwear before I knew anything about riding but after trying out a few more freestyle oriented boards (Sierra Reverse Crew and Signal Park Rocker), I realized how stiff this board really is. Was a bit difficult to butter and lift the ends and as a result didn't have too much fun on it. And while the board is stable going down at fast speeds, I found that you had to be a bit more aggressive (or at the very least have a very response boot/binding set u) to get your carves. Not really suited for a slightly lazy rider like me.
"Forum Seeker, FAST" 1/23/2012
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  • Name: 2009 Forum Seeker Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  High Speeds
  • Pros:  Fast and stiff, Twin Directional, Awesome graphics
  • Cons:  Too stiff to be playful,

Experience:   Bought the 2009 model from Trusnow back in 2010 and it was my go-to board for a couple of seasons. Bought it in a 154 when I was more into freeriding and figured stiffer = better for control at high speeds. Realized quickly that this board is a bit too advanced for me and is really better suited for staying stable on big air and jumps. Have since then gone to freestyle oriented boards since I don't ride nearly that fast and prefer to play around in the park but the board was extremely easy to carve with and rode extremely smoothly.
"Huge fan of Red Mutiny" 1/23/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Red Mutiny Snowboard Helmet
  • Pros:  Warm, Sturdy, Great Styling
  • Cons:  No ventilation, Slightly heavy,

Experience:   Have had a bright blue Mutiny helmet for the duration of this season (about 5 trips out) and have enjoyed it a lot. The fit is good, but the helmet feels a tad heavier than the HiFi I used to have. The inner lining is warm, but maybe a TAD bit too warm as there's no ventilation. Overall, it's an extremely solid piece of equipment and I've been able to ride in confidence while appreciating the styling.

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