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|07-11-2011 09:36 PM|
Originally Posted by AAA View Post
|07-11-2011 04:36 PM|
1. 155 2010 NS Evo. Love this board. Rode it most of the season once we had good coverage. Thought I would only use it for a bit of park and messing around. Like Hobo said it turns the whole mountain into a park. Can't wait to ride it again in November
2. 160 2009 NS Titan. For when I want to go really fast. Have much love for this board but its just not as much fun as the evo. Did take it heli skiing in Feb which was pretty sweet!
3. 161 2005ish Ride Timeless. Rock board. First 5 days or so was on this board. Still like riding it even though its had over 100 days on it. Am planning on making it a split.
|07-10-2011 03:04 AM|
|Powder Keg||my 2010 nitro josh mills pro, been on it about 20+ this season, and it was my first season.|
|07-10-2011 01:42 AM|
|myschims||Only have one board, my 152 skate banana. rode almost 30 days this season, thats a record for me, gotta try to beat it next year!|
|07-09-2011 09:32 PM|
|AAA||Ballistic, I don't know that satisfying is the word, so much as just fantastic to be able to shoot out ahead of the pack. The speed advantage often saves me from alot of tie-ups and waiting for things to clear.|
|07-09-2011 08:04 PM|
|CheeseForSteeze||Got in most of my days on a 2010/11 Never Summer Evo 151, centered +15/-15 @ 23.5 iches. Mostly did park cruising and buttering on the mellow trails but did probably 25% riding on the steepest pistes, too. This thing can do it all.|
|07-09-2011 10:50 AM|
#1: 2010 151 NS Evo - Used mostly for freeriding actually. Pow, trees, bowls. Turns the whole mountain into your own park. Used a minor 3/4 inch setback which gave it just enough to slay powder and reel harder turns.
#0: 2006 Atomic Hatchet - Officially Retired, I won't touch the thing anymore. It was a great board, but just not anywhere as fun as the Evo.
|07-09-2011 10:43 AM|
My 165 snow mullet gets the most action, it is a really versitile board. Makes a day with only a little new a lot more fun, and handles steep lines with varible snow really well due to its length.
My new 154 fastplant got the least use, maybe three days. No park worth riding at bridger bowl, and is too damp to really have much fun riding it around the mountain.
My diy split board and $30 tele ski setup both saw lots of days too
|07-08-2011 11:27 PM|
|BurtonAvenger||I'm pretty sure I rode over 100 boards this season and rode 160 days you do the math on averages there. Will say that out of everything I've ridden the Arbor Blacklist has and is my go to board. Bindings it was a lot of riding beat to piss old K2 Formulas and now I'm on next years Rome 390 bosses but did spend some extensive time on the Technine Elements with reversed scrub hooks so the wing was on the inside.|
|07-08-2011 09:33 PM|
|Qball||Split between my 158 Never Summer SL and Smokin Superpark 156. Rode the SL mostly first half of the season until I picked up the superpark. Then I only rode the sl a couple days during the spring when it was really deep. I just love how playful the superpark is but I can still charge with it. It's also noticeably lighter than the SL|
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