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post #21 of 121 (permalink) Old 09-09-2013, 07:02 PM
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I'd very interested in her comments on it. Sure, the split will mostly be in fresh; but there's always the lower part of the mountain with frozen snow or chewed up icy sections, so I'd really like to hear what she thinks about edgehold and it's flex.
The women's section here is pretty empty
Just talking to her now, she says she's thrilled with it.

Says edgehold is excellent. Most of the stuff we ride is choppy mixed up snow, with a bit of fresh and a bit of ice mixed in. Says she feels confident to lean over on it more.

She says it's quite a bit stiffer than her last board, but that's what she wanted in a board. From what I've read it's likely the stiffest womens specific board out there. My guess is it'd be custom X stiff. Not sure how it'd compare to the Jones you tried...

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Just talking to her now, she says she's thrilled with it.
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For this year L to R, 2012 Smokin' Mailorder Bride 159 w/ NOW IPOs,
Now "mailorder bride" is a sweet name for a board LOL. Graphics look nice too.

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Damn!!! All those boards are your quiver????? Your avatar says you r in the midwest, where on earth do you ride that you get to use all those decks??
Are you independently wealthy? Spend all your time traveling to all the most Epic destinations to ride?

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I'm feeling kind of inadequate right now...

Two boards and soon to have a third.

Chomps brings up a good point, and one that I've wondered about. When someone has that many boards, do they actually USE THEM ALL? I currently have 2, and one of them has been relegated to being a beater board -- rock board for early season and balance beam board for off-season. I can understand someone who lives at Whistler for instance and can ride every day after (or before) work, but otherwise... ?!?!?

(BA doesn't count -- he does it for a living)


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Def not independently wealthy-got some online for a good deal Ebay, Geartrade etc and two were from local second hand shops and used sporting goods stores. Don't need them all and plan is actually to try and resell some possibly cuz I will never need all.

As for older men, as long as I don't have to change your Depends...
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I would love to wax her board......I mean welcome to the forum!
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As for older men, as long as I don't have to change your Depends...
WHAT'S THAT DEARIE?!?! CAN YOU SPEAK UP?

For the quiver question: I'm sort of an anti-quiver guy. I like one board for ALL conditions. I've got a main board, a second freeride board for early/late season riding, and a park board (because I don't want to snap a $1500 board on a kicker )
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'13 148 Lobster Jib Board
'13 151 Lobster Park Board
'13 158 Neversummer SL
'08 158 Neversummer SL

These should be all pretty self-explanatory... haha... the older SL is for going in shitty rock fields or lending to friends who come ride.

I have a 154 Bataleon Fun.Kink that I leave in San Diego for when I go ride out there with friends & fam.
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