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Old 02-22-2013, 04:48 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I'm truly enjoying this, but how can you guys argue/debate personal preference? If someone wants to learn how to snowboard in top level gear or if someone can shred their ass off and gear is not a priority, why does it matter? In the end, both parties seem to enjoy themselves, which is why we all do this.

Now carry on...
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:49 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Haha... my next question was if you were hammering the jibs lately. That is crazy.
I wish I could say I was but no dice . Oh well. At least you know why I complained so much haha
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:49 PM   #63 (permalink)
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I'm truly enjoying this, but how can you guys argue/debate personal preference? If someone wants to learn how to snowboard in top level gear or if someone can shred their ass off and gear is not a priority, why does it matter? In the end, both parties seem to enjoy themselves, which is why we all do this.

Now carry on...
That was my point. I bought what I could afford, and have a lot of fun on it.

I'm not worried about what others are using.
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:57 PM   #64 (permalink)
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That was my point. I bought what I could afford, and have a lot of fun on it.

I'm not worried about what others are using.
I don't think the gear you wear in addition your skill level has any correlation with someone being a tool/poser or whatever the new slang is these days.

I think someone who is constantly telling tall tales of how they shred/carved up the mountain and is catching wicked air when they can barely make it off of the lift would be a better qualification as a tool/poser or whatever the new slang is these days.

But what do I know.
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:01 PM   #65 (permalink)
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I wish I could say I was but no dice . Oh well. At least you know why I complained so much haha
What did you end up replacing them with?
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:04 PM   #66 (permalink)
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you are right crash, and that's not what my intention of it was. it's about all let's just say "beginners" complaining that they pay top dollar for equipment and it doesn't hold up. snowboarders should understand that their equipment is gonna get dinged up.

my real point in that statement is stop worrying about cosmetic things (how you look, what kind of board you have, what googles you have) and just ride, and stop worrying about minor things
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:07 PM   #67 (permalink)
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you are right crash, and that's not what my intention of it was. it's about all let's just say "beginners" complaining that they pay top dollar for equipment and it doesn't hold up. snowboarders should understand that their equipment is gonna get dinged up.

my real point in that statement is stop worrying about cosmetic things (how you look, what kind of board you have, what googles you have) and just ride, and stop worrying about minor things

I agree with this post.
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is this even a thread? I have 2 pairs of union forces, both of which I don't have this issue on.

OP says he pays $300 for a pair of forces when they're $200 new.

Who even gives a slight shit if you lose a tiny little square? I didn't even know I had one until you said it.

I understand you pay for something, you want it to look nice and all, just glue it back on and never worry about it again, as for the square, get over it.
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What did you end up replacing them with?
I got a really good deal on some 2013 Restricted ReFlex Cartels.. I'm in love with them honestly. Paid less for them brand bew than the Forces too
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is this even a thread? I have 2 pairs of union forces, both of which I don't have this issue on.

OP says he pays $300 for a pair of forces when they're $200 new.

Who even gives a slight shit if you lose a tiny little square? I didn't even know I had one until you said it.

I understand you pay for something, you want it to look nice and all, just glue it back on and never worry about it again, as for the square, get over it.
You miss the point entirely
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you are right crash, and that's not what my intention of it was. it's about all let's just say "beginners" complaining that they pay top dollar for equipment and it doesn't hold up. snowboarders should understand that their equipment is gonna get dinged up.

my real point in that statement is stop worrying about cosmetic things (how you look, what kind of board you have, what googles you have) and just ride, and stop worrying about minor things
I get it. I do think there is reasonable expectation when making certain purchase. However, due to so many on hill variables, such as rocks, rails, trees, SKIERS, etc and the abuse boards, bindings, and boots take due to the nature of the sport, most of this should be expected. And I will say that I believe, if contacted, most companies will look out for you.

except for Ride maybe...
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