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vanoot Name Chris
Location PE, ON, CA
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Gender: Male
Age: 19
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Experience  
Years Riding: 4
Average Days/Year: 365
Skill Level: big features
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: professional instructor
Preferred Terrain: park
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'10, 150 lbs
Board Size: 152
Boot Size: 11
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: Canada
Location: Ontario
Resort: Blue Mountain
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"You forget you even have them on" 1/1/2012
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  • Name: 2011 Electric EG2 Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  Great field of vision, Look great,
  • Cons:  Lenses scratch easily, Do not fit well with some helmets,

Experience:   I used these for about half a season. The chrome lens is at home in sunny conditions, but still work well for cloudy days. The vision is amazing - I put a small sponsor sticker on the side of the lens and cannot even see it. The dual density foam is great, you can really tighten up that goggle strap without sacrificing comfort. I also never have problem with them fogging up. I use a fog spray on my lenses and I only get fog when I walk into the lodge. I would reccomend them to anyone, everyone says that they are for big faces but they definately aren't limited to those large faced people. I got hooked up with a Sandbox helmet last season, and they fit great together. They also fit with my Smith lid, but I have heard that they don't work well with some helmets. I also took off some of the tint by getting them scratched - but that is likely just my fault. They look great and you often forget you are even wearing them. Nice job, Electric!
"Loaded with Tech" 1/1/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Burton Malavita EST Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  Large Strap, Many features, Lightweight
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Malavita bindings are at the apex of binding technology. These are things excel in the park or on the mountain. I used these bindings on my Burton Hero as my all around board - the board I would take to the resort to jump and jib all over the mountain. Features - The first thing you will notice when setting them up is the unique adjustment system. Basically you can make minor adjustments without tools. My personal favourite feature is the ankle strap. If you are carving, they come set up for you, and give you tons of support and are very responsive. If you are shredding the park, however, you can flip the strap around for more mobility (better presses, tweaked out grabs). The buckles are very nice. They are smooth, strong, and easy to release. The footbed - comfy as always. Setting up the bindings is a breeze with Burtons standard measurement system. The final feature (although not specific to this binding) is the EST system. Unlimited setup options and much better board feel. Comfort - They are very light and comfortable. With some dialing in, the oversized ankle strap and the grippy toe cap lock you in very tight. The large strap eliminates any sort of pressure points, and the footbed has more than enough squish (no binding plate, remember?). Becuase of all the tech loaded into these things, they really are a great binding for that intermediate/advanced guy. You will see tons of sponsored guys rocking these on their setups. Just make sure that you crank the bolts down, I find with the EST system they can shift around on big landings if they aren't tight. Highly reccomended.
"Turn the Mountain into your Park" 1/1/2012
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  • Name: 2010 Burton The Hero Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,Jibs,Jumps,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Do it all,
  • Cons:  Folds away on big jumps., A little shaky on chop,

Experience:   This board is definately one to look at for the guy who wants to take one board to the resort, and have a lot of fun doing it. It is quite capable of cruising groomers, but it slays the park as well. Presses and butters are effortless. Also a nice board for the beginner, gives you a nice forgiving flex. It works great in the groomers, even at high speeds. By the second day on this board, I was flipping, flipping, sliding, and bonking just about anything I could find! The only place I found it lacking is in really choppy or icy conditions - something you will find with any board with this type of flex/beveled edges. The other place I wished for more, is on the landing of big jumps. If you land too far in the back seat, my small 149 would fold away. Again, one of the sacrifices that you have to make if you want the other features. This board was simmilar in feel to boards like the GNU Park Pickle or Ride DH2. I have also heard that feels alot like the Salomon Drift Rocker, but unfortunately I cannot personally vouch for that. Highly reccomended for that rider who needs one board to turn the entire mountain into their park. Pick one up in your size, you will not be dissapointed.

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