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I never really gave a shat if I posted my setup or not, I'd be updating it every couple weeks or so, for one. But I would never have seen the destroyer, had he not posted his unique setup.

Saw it from a mile away.

So, although I'm rockin' a 3 inch Mohawk & I believe I'm pretty hard too miss.
I'm super loud, talk to everybody, even skiers & don't really abide by too many rules.

When I get home later today, I'm gonna post a few of mine.

I think we should all post our setup's, fancypants boards or not. You never know who's watchin'.
A lot of people are lurkin' through here as well.


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I think he said..

"I never cared about set up pics, and if I did I would be posting a new set up all the time,
but I met some guy on these forums because he posted his set up. I saw his set up from a mile away.

I dress, look and act funny, so I'm pretty easy to spot. Skiers are silly, fuck authority.
However, I'll still post my set up when I get home, we all should.
You never know, you might run into somebody who visits this forum and gives out free hand jobs."

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I never really gave a shat if I posted my setup or not, I'd be updating it every couple weeks or so, for one. But I would never have seen the destroyer, had he not posted his unique setup.

Saw it from a mile away.

So, although I'm rockin' a 3 inch Mohawk & I believe I'm pretty hard too miss.
I'm super loud, talk to everybody, even skiers & don't really abide by too many rules.

When I get home later today, I'm gonna post a few of mine.

I think we should all post our setup's, fancypants boards or not. You never know who's watchin'.
A lot of people are lurkin' through here as well.


TT

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Kessler "THE RIDE" 168 with Burton P1.1
Lib Tech "TRAVIS RICE" 164.5 with Burton Cartels

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Lib Tech "TRAVIS RICE" 164.5 with Burton Cartels

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That Kessler is one sexy creature.
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Just got my new Flow NX2-AT bindings in. Mounted them up, and cannot wait for snow!



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2012 Lib Tech T.Rice Art of flight edition
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2012 Burton Custom Flying V
2011 Burton Cartel Restricted
have you hit the mountain with the Custom Flying V yet? I just ordered the 2013 and am curious how it rides.
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I think he said..

"I never cared about set up pics, and if I did I would be posting a new set up all the time,
but I met some guy on these forums because he posted his set up. I saw his set up from a mile away.

I dress, look and act funny, so I'm pretty easy to spot. Skiers are silly, fuck authority.
However, I'll still post my set up when I get home, we all should.
You never know, you might run into somebody who visits this forum and gives out free hand jobs."


You fuckin' nailed it, That's exactly what I said.

That had me laughing out loud. Bravo

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That Kessler is one sexy creature.
It's a beast in desguise! That KTR is about the fastest and most damp board I've ever been on! Yet, soooo easy to ride and bites on ice like a shark!
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have you hit the mountain with the Custom Flying V yet? I just ordered the 2013 and am curious how it rides.
I took it out for a day of riding in some east coast slush early this season. I also just finished a trip from Whistler and Cypress.

It is pretty good on groomers and powder. Going over bumps on ungroomed snow its not as stable compared to my T.Rice. its not as damp when hitting kickers.

I feel safer riding my T.Rice on hard pack and Ice. At the end of the day, I feel that there are better boards at that price point.

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