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05-27-2008 04:53 PM
alaric That's beautiful! Great setup. Enjoy it, and let us know how you like it!
05-22-2008 04:23 AM
geoko 1. i'm sure you'll love it despite the transitional difficulties.

2. oooooh shiiiinnnnnyyyyyyyy.....
05-21-2008 08:14 PM
NickNorth11
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Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post
Congrats on the new gear! Let me give you hint, don't wait another 9 years to update this set up...
I have no intention to. I had no idea the technology had changed so much.


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Originally Posted by Simply^Ride View Post
Nice setup.. Hope you enjoy it...

Now we need that new set of boots. When do they arrive?
Thanks. I haven't ordered them yet. It's a long story, but hopefully I'll have them in a month or less. I was assured by the store I talked to that they have plenty in my size(s) and won't sell out any time soon.



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Originally Posted by Dcp584 View Post
For serious dude new boots are a must. But you should have a blast on that setup. The Slash is supposed to be a widefooted Agent and I love my Agent, and the 390s kick ass as well
I will definately have my F20's this summer. I did a lot of research, especially on this site, about what I should get and what people like. Rome is a favorite of many, and the Agent and 390's are very popular on this site, among others. I think it's going to be a little wierd at first, though. Going from an old ass, shitty setup, to a new, top-of-the-line setup.
05-21-2008 02:05 PM
Dcp584 For serious dude new boots are a must. But you should have a blast on that setup. The Slash is supposed to be a widefooted Agent and I love my Agent, and the 390s kick ass as well
05-21-2008 10:05 AM
Simply^Ride Nice setup.. Hope you enjoy it...

Now we need that new set of boots. When do they arrive?
05-21-2008 10:02 AM
killclimbz
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Originally Posted by NickNorth11 View Post
I haven't had new gear in 9 years! So needless to say, I'm pretty damn excited about this stuff.
Congrats on the new gear! Let me give you hint, don't wait another 9 years to update this set up...
05-21-2008 08:41 AM
NickNorth11 I haven't had new gear in 9 years! So needless to say, I'm pretty damn excited about this stuff.
05-21-2008 01:15 AM
mesomike Nice bindings!
05-20-2008 08:36 PM
NickNorth11
Pics of the new setup

I bought a new Rome Slash 156, but didn't like the design, which had a good deal of orange on it. So, I bought some auto vinyl and did some work. I also threw my 390's on it for a pic. Personally, I like it a lot better now. The stomp-pad isn't the prettiest thing in the world, but I need it for skating.

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