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"Gone Fishin'" 2/25/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Fish
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,Powder
  • Pros:  Durable, Easy to carve, Stable at high speeds, Strong edgehold, Stiff, Well known brand

Experience:   once you ride a tapered board, youll never go back. its like a drug... but a good one. short, narrow tail with the swallowtail really sinks down in the snow, while the long, wide nose with a big nose kick stays on top like crazy. not only that, but now with the 09 model, you get rocker on the nose, so its even better. long story short, this is the "most floaty" board on the market. no need to size up.. and only size down if you ride a lot of tight spaces. otherwise, id recommend riding the board at your normal all-mountain size, or whatever is closest. needless to say, it kills it in pow. super maneuverable, super floaty, super stable, fast... i could go on for days. now lets get to the less talked about part.. groomers! people get so weird about tapered/setback boards on groomers. why? i have found them to be MORE stable and carve BETTER than your typical twin or twin-ish board. very stable and fast and carves like a knife. also.. sure, s-rocker is meant for additional float, but it helps on groomers. it takes a lot of the edge pressure away from the front and puts the main edge hold back between your feet, for the most part. tapered boards (with normal camber) tend to be a little hooky from the front because theres so much more nose, thus more edge hold coming from the front. if youre a good rider you will overcome this in the snap of a finger, but at the same time, its nice if you can avoid it. overall... killer pow board! and the less obvious part is that its actually perfectly awesome on groomers, so dont hesitate to buy it if your resorts pow runs only last for part of the run. have tons of fun shredding groomers on the way back to the lift.
"indoor fk" 12/1/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Capita Indoor Survival FK
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  affordable, everything you need, nothing you dont, rides like boards $100+ more expensive

Experience:   pretty damn impossible to find a board this great for this price, especially when it comes to reverse camber decks. this guy should be a $500 board, but instead its $399. capita nails it again with a killer board for a killer price. you get everything you need and nothing you dont. a great, hard sintered base for durability and speed with proper wax in any condition.. carbon in the middle for some solid beef to the board.. eco-friendly construction.. a great and simple high quality core... basically, you get a high end board for a low/mid end price.. ive ridden a bunch of $500+ all-around freestyle boards.. customs, unincs, other mid-flex rocker boards, etc, and this one is just as radical but much more affordable. flex wise its definitely a solid mid flex.. not soft, not stiff. 5/10 or so, maybe a 6. core feels very damp and solid, and you can definitely feel the carbon between the bindings keeping you on a really solid platform when things get a little more gnar. as for the flat kick rocker, its killer. simple, which is what seems to work best, as opposed to some sort of crazy intense rocker. float in pow, fun on groomers, buttery, easier to press.. all around good. but because its so simple and pretty mellow, you can still ride a bit more on the aggressive side. the rocker is there to loosen up the ride as well as add great float in pow, but its mellow enough to keep some classic power through the tips and entire contact length. i love this board, and i think pretty much anyone can have a great time on it.. any skill level, any type of riding. dont get the idea that this is just a park board because its a true twin.. its a solid mid flex deck that kills it anywhere from rails to natural terrain. capita does it again with one of the best freestyle boards out there for a great price. PS - the graphics are much more radical in person, as usual.
"amazing." 8/5/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Capita Horrorscope FK
  • Pros:  lightweight, Easy to carve, poppy, Great value, Soft

Experience:   killer board for the right purpose. got mine in a 52 - usually ride 58-60s for all around riding, but i got it for a jibber. SUPER soft but not overly so. softer than what "soft" used to be. rides super smooth - capitas flat kick design is killer. rides a hell of a lot like a skateboard, in the sense that the solid part is between your feet, and when you pop, its quick and snappy right behind your back foot, rather than loading the whole tail like a cambered board. i really enjoyed that. also a really light board, not that i concern myself with that. i love the way it rides for more playful mellow riding.. jibbing, slushy days on groomers, little tree jibs, side hits, etc. never had so much fun doing stuff like that. awesome value too, as is the norm with capita.
"slaaaaaaash" 12/12/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Capita Charlie Slasher
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  High Speeds,Off Trail,Powder
  • Pros:  affordable, realistic story, pow board for rippers!

Experience:   youre not going to find a better pow board for this retail price. yet again, capita gives you everything you need and nothing you dont.. high quality deck for a lower price. 20mm taper is plenty to push this guy into a dedicated pow deck shape, enough setback to make a difference, but its not so far off that you cant shred it hard. just like johan says in the video from porters.. you get a killer shape (awesome cuts on the nose and tail), rocker on the nose for even more float, and flat to the back.. instead of rockering the tail too, you get some meat back there, and thats no lie. even though youre on a tapered deck and youre set back, you still have a real tail to help stomp landings and slash with some power. pow board for rippers, as i like to say. great medium flex, solid eco friendly core, and burly fiberglass (dont get the idea that just cause its biax glass its soft). also, dont be afraid of the extruded base. if youre riding pow.. no worries about dings! also, theyre easy to fix, and in my experience, capitas extruded bases are as fast as any person would need them to be. if you were looking for a pow board, but are afraid to commit to the $500-600+ prices on a deck you realistically dont use all that often, this is your guy. or even if you DO ride pow all the time, its a rad stick. capita really came through with this, especially being that its their first pow board. pow board for the real riders who just wanna get up and shred, not worry about details, and dont wanna drop a ton of money on a quiver board that you dont ride every single day.
"aaaaa" 8/5/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Hero
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Jumps
  • Pros:  Easy to carve, poppy, Great value

Experience:   i rode this as an all-around board.. 145 pounds on the 158. definitely softer than my usual boards, but doesnt ride quite as soft as it seems. holds a good edge and turns well and rides fine everywhere. super fun in pow for a twin as well. nothing beats taper and setback, but as far as twins go, a rockered board is where its at. bouncy between turns... tons of fun. rode well on the typical ak terrain here, though i definitely still prefer a stiffer board. also tons of fun on groomers and little dork around stuff. fun everywhere. i really enjoyed this board. pretty simple build.. decent core, sintered base, etc.
"ooooooooooo" 8/5/2009
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  • Name: 2009 K2 Gyrator
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,Powder
  • Pros:  lightweight, Easy to carve, poppy, Stable at high speeds

Experience:   i dont know where these people get the idea this board is too stiff.. its not a stiff board at all. i was surprised k2 gave it their highest stiffness rating. pretty all around medium to me, and im not a big guy or anything, only 145 pounds on the 158. anyway.. fun board. dont let the term pow rocker throw you off, cause, its not tapered or anything and still rides switch well. its more like a directional rocker freestyle pow board that obviously is still just as good as anything else on groomers and whatnot. fast base, stable, charges pow. rocker is more extreme than most, and is also directional, meaning that the nose rocker is a bit more intense than the tail. holds a good edge. one thing i personally felt was that it rode nicer outside of going slow, so medium to faster speeds at least, but thats not to say its weird or bad when going slow. also really liked the dampening system in the core.. i could feel it over my other boards with regular wood-only cores. anyway... while this is definitely not a pow-only board by any means, its not a twin and has a 1" setback (so 2" really) and isnt quite like a twin or anything. check the turbo dream if you want a higher end rocker from k2 that is a lot closer to twin, but not a noodle like the www. 2010 opens up a lot more options for that though.
"sooperdooper" 3/10/2009
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  • Name: 2011 Superfeet Footbeds F
  • Pros:  once i got in superfeet i never went back. a good footbed is firm and supportive, as opposed to soft and squishy like most people think. soft just feels good when you put your foot in the shoe/boot, but its not really supporting you. superfeet is the best cheap option for custom footbeds. since ive used them, ive never had sore feet whatsoever, and ill never go back. greens are one of the best for snowboarding, as it says.. and you can step it up to the new redhots for the additional outlast and foil under the front for better heat regulation.

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"oiuigytyfdgx" 3/10/2009
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  • Name: 2008 Burton Tri Scraper Tool
  • Pros:  works, but nothing special.
  • Cons:  i found the triangle shape to give me hand cramps because of how you have to hold it.

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"oh, yeah!" 3/10/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton AK 2L Cyclic
  • Pros:  Breathable, Lightweight, Waterproof
  • Description:  WEATHER: Spring Day, Blue Bird Powder Day, Cloudy and Cold, Cold and Blustery Day,

Experience:   still quite expensive for most people, but its hard to find goretex for cheap, so in that sense, this is close to the best price youll find. good basic waterproof shell, enough pockets unless youre a packrat, and works in any weather.. layers are your friend! if youre looking for a jacket thats warm by its self, dont look here... but any experienced person should know about layers. its more versatile... this one is light enough for spring days, and will keep the harsh weather out on the howling, dumping, freezing winter days.. just throw on the proper layers to stay warm. ive used this in all conditions... it even kept me totally dry on a preseason day where we were in the rain the whole time.
"superduper" 3/3/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Superpipe
  • Pros:  id been looking for a goretex pipeglove for a while, and these have been great to me so far. theyre thicker than normal pipe gloves, but still not as bulky as regular gloves.. kind of a perfect medium. they stay dry, and i ride PNW wet snow, so..... yeah. they keep my fingers warm enough into single digits, but i usually pull out my gore mitts if it drops below 5-10, just because.

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"heeeeeee" 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Triad EST
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Well known brand, Popular model
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   another great all around binding.. works well anywhere. its almost fair to think of them as cartels with a different highback, so if youre worried about cartel calf bite, grab some triads.
"werd" 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Cartel EST
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Well known brand, Popular model
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   flush fit, tons of adjustability, great all around response. the new toe strap is rad as well. as for the highbacks, lots of people worry about them. the cartels have been known for their extra built in forward lean, but the EST version, and the newer regular version doesnt have that quite so much, its pretty normal. now the difference is just the taller highback. i personally felt fine with it (at the lowest lean setting possible), but lots of people think its uncomfortable.
"sssssssssssssssss" 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Custom
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Pros:  Durable, Easy to carve, poppy, Stable at high speeds, Popular model, Strong edgehold, Popular on mountain, Well known brand

Experience:   this is one of those boards you get on, and as soon as you start shredding, it hits you.. you get what you pay for. i cant tell you how many times ive seen this happen.. people coming off all kinds of boards.. bullets, clashes, even other higher end boards.. and this one puts a smile on their face. been around for years for a reason. great everywhere for anything.. no wonder its the go-to board for so many countless riders.
"epic." 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2008 Burton Un Inc
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Pros:  Durable, Easy to carve, poppy, Stable at high speeds, Popular model, Strong edgehold, Popular on mountain, Well known brand

Experience:   life changer. hopped on a friends 52 (i usually ride 58s) coming off my custom, and the feel was amazing. headed to the shop as soon as the day was done and took home the last one we had, which was a 56. absolutely killer board. the feel of the flex/pop/ride is truly amazing. probably the gateway drug to boards that were incredibly fun. also.. i dont even know why burton puts them in the park category. these are some of the best all mountain boards out there. a touch over mid stiff, fast, high end, blah blah blah.. everything is amazing.
"best bang for your buck, period." 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Capita Stairmaster
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Groomers,Jumps,Rails
  • Pros:  Durable, lightweight, Easy to carve, poppy, Popular model, Great value, Popular on mountain

Experience:   for $320, you simply cant beat this board. capita is one of those few companies that truly packs in killer quality and featuers for a killer price. this board is worthy of any type of rider, from pure beginners, to advanced riders looking for a simple, straight forward freestyle board. even with its low price tag, they ride similar to other higher end boards. super fun. a little stiffer than you might think, but still a softer board. poppy and fun all around. believe it or not, they will work great as all mountain boards, given the proper size, as well as jib boards in the proper size as well. capita does it again. other boards of the same price done even compare.
"hooooooooopaaaaa" 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Union Contact
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   take forces, make them softer, and get super cushy. thats the contact, basically. super lightweight, not that weight matters. fit is epic. tons of adjustability. great ride. can be ridden everywhere cause its all about preference, but people who are more into park will probably appreciate these most because of the cush and flex. another great one from union.
"whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah" 3/1/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton 2L Gore Tex Shelter
  • Pros:  Durable, Waterproof
  • Description:  CHEST: Feels true to size, BODY: Feels true to length, INSEAM: Feels true to length,

Experience:   killer. goretex so you know its legit. tons of pockets. loose but not huge.. a bit on the longer side which is great. removable wrist gaiters are rad too. lots of nice features.
"yep" 2/26/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Gore Tex
  • Pros:  warm and dry, all you need to know.
  • Cons:  nothing really. some people dont like that mittens are on the bulkier side, but its fine.

Experience:   basic gore mitt. mittens are warmer because your fingers are together.. i whip mine out on colder days, usually below 10 or less.. and i never have to use the extra liners with them cause theyre that warm, or maybe im just rugged, and not a girl (if you didnt know, girls are always cold at all times no matter what). anyway, pretty good value for something thats really dry and warm and comes with extra liners. the liners double as casual winter gloves, so thats cool.
"gateway drug" 2/26/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Malolo
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,Powder
  • Pros:  Easy to carve, Stable at high speeds, Popular model, Strong edgehold, Well known brand

Experience:   this is the board that begun my downward (and by that i mean upward) spiral into being a taper addict. the difference in pow is unreal. super stable, fast, slashy.. with a malolo you still have to lean back just a little (depending on the type of snow and terrain), but its nothing like a regular board. same thing i said about the fish... totally perfect on groomers. have no fear about taper on groomers, really. if you cant shred a tapered board on groomers, you have issues. theyre incredibly stable. taper + pow is just like surfing.
"not doomed." 2/26/2009
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  • Name: 2008 Burton Doom LTD
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Easy installation
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   good bang for your buck. theyre missions, but the ankle strap was more to my liking, as well as the new toe strap. fits great. also, they have heel dampening.. the back portion of the binding doesnt have any plastic.. ive ridden the full plastic ones and these felt better. great fit (if you get the right size of course). good all-around binding, and not too expensive.
"non-cyborg data" 2/26/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Union Data
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Popular model
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   basically, check my force review, and then add fanciness to it. epic bindings. the ride is exactly like forces, but they have fancier materials. the buckles are also apparently better. basically think of these as aesthetically fancy forces when it comes down to it.. hence "for people who enjoy the finer things in life."
"the force is strong in this one..." 2/25/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Union Force
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Popular model
  • Fit:  fits fine

Experience:   i have ridden a plethora of different bindings over the year, and i finally came to the conclusion this season that the force is the single greatest binding i have ever owned, hence converting my entire quiver to union binders. basically, 200 bucks for this binding is the best way you can spend your money, which is the case with union in general (take the cadet DLX for example). the force is a killer medium-flex binding that performs great for any type of riding. i ride everything. when im shredding hard on the big mountain terrain, theyre great. when im jibbing somewhere, they kill it. theyre held back by nothing, and wont hold you back either. very adjustable.. heel cup, toe ramp, mounting disk, and straps, all come together for the perfect fit, centered boot over the waist of your board, and micro width adjustments, all at the same time. hard to find these days. very durable, a tad on the lighter side (not that weight matters) and killer durability. union also uses some amazing materials that no one else uses.. theyre very innovative.
"Ruuuuuuuuuuuuler" 2/25/2009
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Ruler
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Heel hold, Comfortable, Easy lacing, Traction, Easy in & out, Well known brand, Popular model
  • Fit:  average

Experience:   great bang for your buck with the rulers. fit is the most important part in a boot, which is the most important part of your setup, so hopefully you go to a shop and try on tons of boots before coming to a decision. but lets just say the ruler is a good fit. theyre a basic medium-flexing boot. not too soft, not too stiff. im a more advanced rider.. i could ride any boot i want, but i have come to the ruler multiple times because of the flex and fit. i ride everything.. big mountain AK lines to dorking around on groomers, and occasionally jibbing, and they do well everywhere. 09 speedzone is a great improvement over previous years. i have owned a few pre-09 models and this years SZ is killer. way less friction, and much better laces (not that the old ones were bad). also, they got rid of the top velcro strap on the liners, which is nice. the inner boot lace on the liners (with the pull tab) comes all the way to the top now. one less step. another cool thing about SZ is the ease of adjusting, and customizing the fit between the upper and lower zones. have NO fear about the durability or performance, its a great system. the only thing i would like to be different about this boot is an upgraded liner (not that these are bad). but thats not really a "con," because you know what youre buying. and im satisfied with the imprint 2, so........ yeah. overall, a great boot for the money, good for any type of riding. just make sure they fit your specific foot first..

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