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08-22-2014 06:42 AM
PalmerFreak I rode a TRice all last season and it's a lot more forgiving than the stiff full-camber boards that I had ridden previously. It's considered fairly stiff by LibTech standards (7.5 out of 10) but it didn't feel all that stiff to me. The thing that I really like about the TRice is that it feels like it gets stiffer the faster you go. It's fairly forgiving when you're flat basing (unless the Magnetraction grabs) and as your speed increases it locks in. Being a hybrid it will also give you a decent ride in moderate pow if you set your stance back a bit. If you're coming from a soft-flex rocker profile board I'd guess it would feel stiff and a hard charger but I would rather have something to grow into than be looking for another deck in a year or two.
08-22-2014 03:16 AM
ridinbend
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Originally Posted by Dat Guy View Post
Now lets say that for some reason I lost my money, due to say medical emergencies or taking my gf out for dinner, and wanted to buy a pretty decent board that would get the job done for say under about $250, what would my options be?
Call the guy for the lando, tell him you got $250. Sold.
08-22-2014 01:55 AM
Anticrobotic Dude you're 6'2" and 170? If I've understood everything about the Time.Rice correctly you need a little more muscle for it.
08-22-2014 12:48 AM
linvillegorge There's a 160 Lib Tech Lando Phoenix for $275 on CL in Anchorage. That'd fit the bill.
08-22-2014 12:32 AM
Mizu Kuma Jumbo pack of Paracetomol and a Burger King Meal Deal?????
08-22-2014 12:27 AM
Dat Guy Now lets say that for some reason I lost my money, due to say medical emergencies or taking my gf out for dinner, and wanted to buy a pretty decent board that would get the job done for say under about $250, what would my options be?
08-21-2014 05:42 PM
f00bar
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So you've never really snowboarded and you want a T. Rice and you also need to know how to attach a snowboard to your snowmobile according to your other thread?

I predict imminent death.
Of course he wants one. It'll make all his videos super slowmo, even if it is of coffee pouring.
08-21-2014 04:09 PM
linvillegorge
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So you've never really snowboarded and you want a T. Rice and you also need to know how to attach a snowboard to your snowmobile according to your other thread?

I predict imminent death.
You think slednecks are bad in CO, you have no idea. With the shit those guys are riding up in AK with not a stitch of BC gear and seemingly not a single fuck to give, I have no idea how half the state's population doesn't die every winter.
08-21-2014 04:09 PM
Dat Guy
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I predict imminent death.
In that case I'll be sure and let you know so you can come to my funeral if you want.
08-21-2014 04:06 PM
BurtonAvenger So you've never really snowboarded and you want a T. Rice and you also need to know how to attach a snowboard to your snowmobile according to your other thread?

I predict imminent death.
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