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LegalBoarding Name Kevin
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"Live, breathe, and inhale the mountain air, bc nothing's better than living w/o a care" 
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Gender: Male
Age: 28
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Experience  
Years Riding: 7
Average Days/Year: 12
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'6, lbs
Board Size: 152
Boot Size: 9.5
Clothing Size: S
Jacket Size: S
Pants Size: S
Thermal Size: S
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Region: East Coast
Location: Vermont
Resort: Killington
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"Not Your Traditional Stomp Pad" 1/6/2014
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  • Name: 2014 Neff Sucker Stomp Pad
  • Pros:  Grippy Rubber, Thick, Durable

Experience:   I personally love this stomp pad. It's not for everyone though. As the guy above me mentioned, it is a thicker stomp pad. It's about 1/4in think (a little thicker actually). Some people may not like that, but i do. I use the thickness to push off of with my toes and heels for control. I've been using it for 2 seasons now and think its awesome. There has been no wear or tear on it whatsoever after 2 seasons. It's important to note that there are no spikes on this pad, so if you need to spikes to maintain grip you should probably avoid this. Things to consider when buying this pad. 1. Will the thickness of the pad be annoying? 2. Do i need spikes to get a grip on the stomp pad?
"Freestyle Mile" 2/20/2013
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  • Name: 2013 Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,Jibs,Jumps,Low Speeds,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Good Pop, Hybrid Tech, solid construction
  • Cons:  High Speed Chatter,

Experience:   I recently bought this board. The board is a pretty solid board at moderate speeds. I rode it on a semi-powdery days and icy days, being on the Ice (East) Coast. Overall the board handled itself well. I rode it pretty hard and felt it had good pop and flex. The board is also very easy to ride switch, which is great. The soft flex and rockered tail and nose allowed me to ride on just my tail or noise and not feel unstable at relatively slow speeds. The board did very well on the ice as it gripped it well (but not as well as my Sierra Reverse). The turns felt pretty good, but it wasn't as reactive as I thought it would be. This probably has to do with the design around the tail and nose, but it was overall a positive experience. The board does excel in a specific range of activities related to rails, jibs, and jumps. My real qualm with the board is during high speeds. If I try to bomb the hill, there is a lot of chatter in my feet. The board feels highly unstable and there isn't much speed. I figured with the hybrid camber at my feet, I could squeeze a little more speed out then my purely rocker board. I was sorely incorrect. The chatter is distracting if you try to bomb it to a jump. This isn't a huge problem, but my recommendation is keep this board on the freestyle/park area and at controlled speeds. Nobody likes to be distracted with chatter trying to hit a jump, doesn't bode well for the confidence needed to hit a solid jump/trick. Just keep that speed under control. Not a racing board or all mountain at all and is strictly a freestyle board just like they advertised.
"Okay Helmet" 3/1/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Giro Bevel Snowboard Helmet
  • Pros:  Adjustability, Ventilates well,
  • Cons:  Goggle clip,

Experience:   This helmet is a very solid helmet for just the essentials. It protects your head of course and feels very comfortable. The adjustability of the helmet is great because there is a dial in the back of the helmet that allows you to tighten a built in system to keep the helmet firmly entrenched on your head. The straps could be a little longer, but thats not really too much of an issue. The main gripe i have with this helmet is the goggle clip. The goggle clip doesn't really work well at all, it might as well not even be on there. It doesn't hold the goggle in place, if i let the goggles hang from the back, it just falls right out. The clip needs a lot of work, should probably attach a button or something to keep the clip in place. It may seem like a minor nuisance to some, but trust me it becomes really annoying having to keep adjusting and looking for your goggles due to the clips inability to keep it in place. Other than that, i don't really have any gripes.
"Okay Gloves" 2/27/2012
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  • Name: 2011 Burton Gore Tex Under Gloves
  • Pros:  Warm, Comes with great liners, Appearance
  • Cons:  Glove sleeve length short,

Experience:   These gloves are okay at best. The gloves are really warm and they look great. The feel is great. The vents are okay. The palms of the gloves are built really solidly. I don't have any fears of doing a little palm drag or anything like that. The knuckles don't have much protection on them to prevent fraying (if you're a knuckle dragger), but I don't plan on being on my hands haha. The problem that I have with gloves is that the sleeve on the glove is incredibly short. I wear my jacket and they have a difficult time either going over the sleeve of my jacket or staying in the jacket because they are so short. If they lengthened it just maybe an inch it would be great for keeping the snow out of the gloves or jacket.
"Great Binding and Light!!!" 2/14/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Union SL Snowboard Bindings Men's
  • Pros:  Light, Responsive, Comfortable
  • Cons:  toe cap, dye on strap comes off,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   This binding is an incredible binding. The high back can be rotated and permits forward lean. The weight is incredibly light. The response is unbelievable. I was buttering with this baby with ease. Their new base plate allows for minimal contact with the board and permits a more natural flex in the board that has allowed for me to butter with so much more ease. I'm much more comfortable in these bindings than my old pair. The dampening system on the bindings also reduces most of the chop i felt with my old bindings. I can hit a jump and the binding feels incredibly solid. The only real complaints that I really have are the magnesium ratchets stick a little when I try to remove them and the toe strap's ability to conform to the boot. The toe strap does not truly conform to the toes of the boot as it is open. Because it doesn't conform, there may be a little extra responsiveness left untapped due to the lack of toe conformity. I may decide to change the toe-strap to a ride toe-strap and give it a try. The superficial complaint i have is that the dye on the ankle strap ran a little onto my boots, which I don't mind too much about, but it still happened. Other than this stuff, the bindings is unbelievable. I'm extremely happy with my purchase. Feel free to ask me questions about it for more details.
"Pretty good board" 1/31/2012
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  • Name: 2010 Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  High Speeds,Powder,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Forgiving, pop, responsive
  • Cons:  Not a huge fan of weight,

Experience:   I own this board and think its a great board. The rocker approach to snowboarding on this board makes it extremely forgiving. I while working some ground tricks, I hit a bunch of edges that would might toss me on a cambered board, but this allowed me to recover extremely easily. The board is pretty good for flying down when you have some pow covering the groomers and its not icy. The response is much better than my previous board and has certainly made it easier for me to do ground tricks. Doing 180's off the ground feel more natural and take much less effort. On runs where i rocket down, the board is very stable and isn't squirrelly at all. Overall I think its a pretty decent board.
"Great Pants. " 2/15/2011
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  • Name: 2009 Burton Ronin 2L Utility Snowboard Pants Men's
  • Pros:  water proofing ,
  • Pant Fit:  Just right
  • My Size:  S
  • Description:  A little looser

Experience:   These pants are great. They fit well, a little on the looser side, but thats to accommodate all the other gear you'll be wearing underneath as well (I think). the water proofing is great, and its really warm from my experience. I hope this helps.
"Great Binding" 2/10/2011
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  • Name: 2011 Burton Custom Snowboard Bindings Men's
  • Pros:  Very Responsive, Comfortable, Adjustable backing.
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   This binding is great. It's very responsive and absolutely love the feel of them and the adjustability. It's incredibly versatile and the adjustable backing gives it a better feel and control for those that like more lean or not. The only problem I had with one of the previous year's model was that the toe strap attaching the toe-strap to the binding had a weakness due to the flexing and fell off. It's not heavy and is a great all around binding. I recommend it.
"Holy Moly 154" 2/8/2011
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  • Name: 2011 Forum Holy Moly Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Jumps,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Aesthetically Pleasing, Base, True Twin
  • Cons:  Price??,

Experience:   After riding this board a few days I had a great impression of it over all. It was quite responsive and it handled well. It worked well through the powder and rocketed down the groomers. It was 10x better than the Skate Banana that I had ridden the day before. I did feel the board was a bit on the heavier side and in terms of pop, it didn't feel amazing like the board's description on the Forum's site, but then again I didn't want to be too aggressive with a Demo'd board. The board is nowhere as flexy as they portray it to be, and is by no means a board a beginner looking to progress should use for the park. It's definitely for the more experienced rider looking to make some serious stunts. Otherwise its an amazing board, rides through the chop well, is responsive, and i had no problems with it. It was incredibly stable throughout. Overall I give it a thumbs up.

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