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|02-07-2014 09:02 PM|
Alright just bought some 12 burton moto 2014's. I got them from a big box store though so i will probably return them to get last years model off of the internet.
I found them for $111 on the-house.com and they also have burton invader boots and they are only 97 bucks! The guy at the store told me tethe only difference between the two was that the moto had quick laces and the invader has normal laces. Is it safe to assume the two boots have the same fit? If so I will just buy the invaders for 97.
|02-03-2014 10:46 AM|
Originally Posted by DOJOLOACH View Post
|02-03-2014 07:39 AM|
|DOJOLOACH||Any brands you recommend, i've read that K2 is good.|
|02-02-2014 11:49 PM|
|json||i think its a good choice.. now spend the time and money on a good pair of boots and insoles|
|02-02-2014 10:13 PM|
|DOJOLOACH||Thanks again everyone, just ordered the ride agenda 161 wide, and a quiksilver jacket on clearance to go along with it. I decided to go with the cheaper board, more so because I am a beginner than anything else. Next up is boots, which I will probably just buy from a local store at the mall. Can't wait to get on the slope!|
|02-02-2014 01:23 PM|
Originally Posted by DOJOLOACH View Post
edit: At size 12...reg or mid wide...but you got to read the numbers on width and width at inserts and angle of bindings. Directional freestlye...what ever....length...about 156-158-160...depending on board profile, stiffiness and conditions Cambered vs rockered...depends on if you like to pop, flex vs torsional stiffness, edge control, railing turns and stability at speed....thus only being out 4 times...I truly doubt you know what those are and what it really feels like...thus the reason for the above private lesson. The issue is not how cheap the board is....beginner silliness...the issue is finding a board that will help/allow you to progress....again however only being out 4 times...most any intermediate board will work...because the issue to progress is more time/experience on the hill....its not the equipment as long as they work. However if you buy an advanced/expert level board ....it will beat your ass until you give up or are determined to learn to ride it and then master the beast.
|02-02-2014 12:59 PM|
i ride the machete gt 154 with cartels... it's real stiff and charges anything, real fast on groomers and takes some leg strength to power... i'm 5'7" 155
mostly ride deep powder and steep stuff with it, my friends like going real fast and riding through trees so keeping up is key
i also have a rome pusher that i ride but it is rockered and doesn't go as fast, i noticed this when i was pushing it as hard as i could and still couldn't keep up
the happy hour looks like a great board, i was looking into it before i got the gt
|02-01-2014 02:45 PM|
|DOJOLOACH||Alright, I think the happy hour is out because I will be needing a wide board with my 11.5-12 boot size and L/XL bindings. At what speeds does "chatter" typically start to occur. I know I won't be hitting insane 50mph+ speeds for a long time so maybe the stiffness doesn't matter as much for me.|
|02-01-2014 02:31 PM|
The ride boards are mostly flat with a little bit of rocker in the tips. haveing rocker isn't a bad thing, as there are a zillion different types of rocker and each companies rocker profiles are different. I ride rocker boards that i can still go really fast on with no issues.
The agenda is a board that many would suggest for a new rider. You would probably be happy on it for several seasons
If you are gonna get last years a board off of evo.com i would get the K2 Happy Hour in the 161 size. That is the best all around board they still have in stock.
|02-01-2014 01:41 PM|
|DOJOLOACH||The Ride Machete GT is 380 for last years model, and the Ride Agenda is only 180 for last years model. Would I still be happy with the agenda? It's really confusing because I have heard camber is good for freestyle, yet the agenda has rocker. Then there is the buckwild for 340, i have heard it is similar to the machete gt in other threads on here.|
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