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Old 12-16-2007, 08:12 AM   #11 (permalink)
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burton blunt was amazing
its a real flexible board, and its REAL responsive. I haven't gone to the park yet, but just cruising around in it was a good time. surprisingly, it can carve pretty deep with no problems.

anyway, since then, i had returned my moto boots and got the hail instead...AMAZING boot, its so damn comfortable...

do you guys think a 10.5 boot with a Large binding is a perfect fit for the blunt (a normal board)?

cause my boot tends to stick out a bit...btw, im on a 15/-3 setup...
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Old 12-16-2007, 08:43 AM   #12 (permalink)
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im mad, the mountain near me hasnt opened and my board hastnt come yet. hopefully next week . if not hell is going to break lose. tommorows suposta have the most snow for 3 year or sumtin but the news reportes are always wrong same with last year when they said the same thing but didnt happen
Where in Ontario are ya, NoSoup?

hey wait, you're not the same NoSoup duke from TPC, are ya?

This storm we're getting now is teh r0x0rz... blue Mountain for night boarding tonight fer sure!
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Old 12-16-2007, 10:20 AM   #13 (permalink)
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burton blunt was amazing
its a real flexible board, and its REAL responsive. I haven't gone to the park yet, but just cruising around in it was a good time. surprisingly, it can carve pretty deep with no problems.
Thanks for the feedback. Lemme know what's up with that thinig in the park, too! I've narrowed my freestyle deck choices down to these four:

(1) Burton Blunt | 155
(2) K2 | W.W.W. | 152
(3) Forum | Youngblood | 152
(4) Never Summer | System | 155

I know ya'll are going to say go for the NS. That is actually my first choice, but it's also the most $. I gotta check the budget after x-mas.
A local shop has the Blunts on sale for 30% off ($250, with tax). That is a deal...hence I am kinda leaning towards that.
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Old 12-16-2007, 12:25 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Where in Ontario are ya, NoSoup?

hey wait, you're not the same NoSoup duke from TPC, are ya?

This storm we're getting now is teh r0x0rz... blue Mountain for night boarding tonight fer sure!

well i moves from Mississauga this (lived by dixie mall) summer and now i live in caledon (north west of brampton) amazingly lots dont know where caledon is, in the city lol

im not from the toronto prelude club, i dont even own a car for that matter

yaaaaa, more snow, there was already over a foot of snow on my yard. yaaaaaa more snow. i havnt seen grass on my yard since november
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My 2 cents..I ride a blunt 07' 155 with white customs bindings.Its awesome good flex both board and bindings,,oh and by the way Purple or Pink that shits Gansta well atleast for me I rock a pink/purple GNU bennie with my purple and black striped Grenade Hoddie with my green Forum boots(yeah green)...and the looks I get are awesome but who cares...I dont.
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Old 12-16-2007, 07:24 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Well one reason it might be purple and not blue is a lot of times companies make their board models in different colors according to size. And reading that I confused myself lol, but in turn if a 155 is purple, a 157 may be blue (but I don't know much about Burton either so I may be talking out my ass).
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