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Old 07-06-2010, 08:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Show off your setup that you're using for the 10/11 season!

Continuing from last years.
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Seeing is believing

10/11 Neversummer Revolver-R 156
10/11 Flux RK30's
Rome Libertine Boots (black)
Thirty Two Cappa Insulated Jacket (snorkel blue)
Bonfire Spectral Pants (red)
Level Flash Gloves (black)
RED Shawn White helmet

Note how the revolver still has it's factory stickers on it

Might take the stickers off for a cleaner look


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Old 07-06-2010, 08:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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09/10 151 Never Summer Evo-R
09/10 Rome 390 Slashers
Thirty-Two Prions (may get new boots).

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Old 07-06-2010, 08:50 PM   #3 (permalink)
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how are 32 boots? burtonavenger told be they were too soft and to go with something else, but ....
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:04 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Well, I can't speak for 32 boots in general since I've only tried one pair, but these seem like they are relatively stiff, (not stiff-stiff but not soft). Mine are about 3 years old, and have probably seen around 100 days, so I have to admit at this point they probably are kind of soft. Overall though I've been super happy with them, deffinetly responsive and very comfortable, way more comfortable then the pair I had before. They're pretty beat to shit and ready to be replaced though methinks.
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Old 07-06-2010, 11:37 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The below boards & I will be using Burton CO2's and Nitro Eero Select boots.
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Hopefully 165 or 168 NS premier 09/10 f1-r if i manage to find it decent priced, 09/10 rome arsenals, and salomon malamutes
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Sticking with the same boards as last year.

09/10 Lib Tech Skate Banana 156 Wide
09/10 Ride Delta MVMNT Bindings

09/10 Gnu Park Pickle 159 Wide
09/10 Ride SPI Bindings

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arent the sb and the pp the same boards?
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arent the sb and the pp the same boards?
No they aren't. They are equivalent levels in their respective brands though. The Park Pickle has this asymmetric edge set up. Doesn't really do anything for me, but that's most likely because I use a forward lean on my bindings. Supposedly makes heel edging way more responsive
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arent the sb and the pp the same boards?

I would guess from the binding setup that one is a freeride board (SPI bindings) and one is a freestyle board (delta mvmnt)?

I am kind of curious as well. Nice boards though.
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