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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 11:31 AM
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What's your gear all about?

What would you change about your snowboarding equipment?

How about backcountry gear or equipment?

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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 11:32 AM
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only thing i want to change is my coat, but i have yet to find the perfect one..

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I agree! I have had a heck of a time finding the right jacket- I am a female looking for a jacket that has a high collar and can't find one anywhere! I hate having to put an extra layer around my neck and face!
What about you? what are you looking for?
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well since i have mostly new(ish) base layers, outer wear, gloves and boots i would like to update my boards and binidings but i dont see that happening any time soon.

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I wouldn't change a thing to my setup. I just get new shit when I'm no longer content with the gear I've got. My logic is if everything does not work like the way you want then you can't ride freely. On the most part I update tidbits small stuff every year.
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I'm pretty happy with my kit right now, thought I would like to add the NS Revolver-R to the quiver for something bit more fun oriented and I'd also like to get some double boa boots for next season as my MFM's are starting to get soft on me
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F***** gloves, I have had like 4 pair just cant find any I am comfortable with.
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check out Swany... I know they're a skier brand, but they're the best gloves i've ever owned and I have pairs of Burton, Cel-Tek, Drop, Stick-It, Dakine and Pow gloves at home and I only ride the Swani's unless it's spring then the others are ok
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I need a beacon, probe, shovel, some good snowshoes and a Rossi Jones 172 or something like that.

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I can never find the perfect pair of gloves.
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