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post #13 of (permalink) Old 12-23-2012, 01:59 PM
binarypie
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Almost every snowboard review I've seen is pure crap and almost 100% subjective.

The only time I care about reviews is when people who actually bought the gear complaining about something breaking and have pictures to show what.

That being said. I've been riding for a long time and I already know exactly what I'm looking for in a board.

My largest debate comes from brand decisions when I can't ride the boards myself.

Which is why I buy almost everything from Backcountry.com or REI since both places will take things back even after I've ridden them a couple days.

I don't abuse that privilege because I really enjoy being able to take a chance and not follow the herd.

I am a Vermonter living in California showing the locals how to keep it real!
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In Vermont authenticity is all, they do not try to keep it real, they are real.
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