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How do you carry your Snowboard?

After a day of boarding.. or for the more experienced back country boarders, climbing up the piste. What is the most comfortable way for you to carry your board?

Behind your neck, on your shoulders..?
Lower back..?
By your side..?
Straps..?
or other...please specify
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on the side. I hold the very center or about two inches off center. Bindingagainst my biceps.

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or for the more experienced back country boarders, climbing up the piste. What is the most comfortable way for you to carry your board?
I'd imagine for the more experienced back country riders it would be to there feet, splitting up. On a split board.

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Strapped to side of the sled I'm to lazy to hike


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Lucky S.O.B.!

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Strapped to side of the sled I'm to lazy to hike
hahaha, i am with you 100%.. home made rack too. no CFR rack here.

20$ atv gun rack
old binding strap
couple screws
= 1700 miles so far.



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Oneshot, can I get a better pic of that. I just used bungee straps and my board flopped all over the place.


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Oneshot, can I get a better pic of that. I just used bungee straps and my board flopped all over the place.
this should help..

hope it doesn't blow the page up.. and to the mods.. sorry if it does

this close up will get you dialed Jeffrey just make sure if you go this route u get those exact same ATV racks.. 4 holes bracket to mount on bumper.. 4 holes because 2 hole ones will slide and rotate, and no adjustable moving parts, those break... i've seen others (as in 4 others) try to replicate my setup with EPIC FAILS trying to use a different gun mount..



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Awesome man, thanks.


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Awesome indeed

Did she say Strap-in or Strap-on?
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