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|01-10-2017 08:26 AM|
|Ramon Arno||How about intersport? Anything about with that?|
|12-26-2016 09:05 PM|
Where can I order a Yes Optimistic 157?
|02-10-2016 10:17 PM|
Recommendations on some shops to get board/bindings/boots for sub $400? Used is fine by me. I have been looking at the house and there cheap brands alot. Curious about wired sport as well. Will be buying sometime over the summer so march crazy deals don't work for me.
Would love a basic setup for the entire mountain. Hybrid camber profile on the board and medium/soft flex on pretty much everything is preffered but most anything but super stiff is great. Thinking a Sierra reverse crew board, sapient wisdom bindings, and unsure for boots.
|11-19-2014 05:25 AM|
Burton makes 5 deck variations that carry the "Custom" name this year and they have had multiple Custom models for the last number of years. From what you have written I believe that you likely rode the Flying V. That is Burton's take on CRC and it is a terrific board. Note: It has lifted contact points so it is technically RCRCR. It should be noted that you are above Burton's suggested core weight range (130 to 170) for the 154 in that model. You can view their suggestions at Men's Custom Flying V Snowboard | Burton Snowboards by clicking the size chart link. You are best centered in the 160 cm but certainly the 158 would be a strong choice.
The Horrorscope is a looser design again. It is a Flat Rock model and is on the softer side. It is very playful but it favors one side of the riding spectrum more than the BCFV. From what you have described I would suggest the Burton for you.
There are a LOT of other options. As I mentioned, almost every board is produced in your size. I will be happy to offer other suggestions but if it is cool with you I would prefer to do that in a new thread on the boards forum or by PM. I feel guilty poaching this awesome retail thread.
|11-18-2014 06:53 PM|
|11-18-2014 06:44 PM|
Let us know what boards your friends let you use and that you had liked. That will be valuable info.
|11-18-2014 06:39 PM|
That's exactly correct. It was a great board for the price ($200), but it was too stiff and I had a much better time in the park/playful mountain riding when on friends' boards.
|11-18-2014 06:34 PM|
Just to clarify on the board, it sounds like you are looking for something a little looser than your current Elite. Is that correct?
|11-18-2014 06:17 PM|
I figured that my descriptions of each camber profile were probably a bit generalized, but that's just what I had gathered over the last few weeks. Any additional insight would be awesome. Thanks again!
Aside question: With a boot size of 9.5 and a standard width board, would a M/L be better than L/XL in Union Forces?
|11-18-2014 05:03 PM|
You guys are rad. Happy to get you some profile info. Please post up your foot size as well. That will help a lot. Tahoe and Park City. Life is grand
That may be a bit too much of a generality in terms of CRC vs RCR - only because the performance of each design is determined by the shape, placement and dimensions of the rockers and cambers as well as the other construction characteristics of the board.
For example, how far the rockered sections of a RCR board extend from the wide points will vary from model to model. That will have a huge impact on contact length and how loose the board will feel.
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