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12-08-2006 04:47 PM
FoRuMfReAk i love to use my ipod..when i listen to music it acually makes boarding so much more fun
12-04-2006 06:57 PM
Wes Depends. If the hills are packed then I keep it off. Nothing worse than slamin' into another body I didn't hear coming.
When the coast is clear I turn it up. Something about music & boarding (especially at night) that makes the ride so sweet
12-01-2006 11:17 AM
ghost One othe rthing - if/when you go 'yard sale snowboarding' (which I'm sure we've allllll done), the damn earbuds go everywhere... it's a pain trying to find em again and out them back in, etc.
11-27-2006 08:35 PM
KyleCrish the only problem i have with it is the distraction of the earphones falling out. i love listening to indie music and sometimes some good hardcore, but when im playing the harder stuff it tends to **** with my senses a little. easy stuff is always relaxing and it makes me do stuff i wouldnt usually do. so its always good.
11-21-2006 01:47 PM
ghost used to at first, but now I'm not such a fan of the iPod mini while riding... I'm an ex-skateboarder so alot of the 'feel' is also by listening to the sounds underneath you... the more I can hear, the better idea I have of how my board is reacting to the conditions of the snow.
11-20-2006 06:31 PM
benjaug I can't stand the earbuds in my ears, especially with my helmet... I wish I could listen to my iPod while boarding though, music helps me focus.
11-19-2006 09:42 PM
mnshredder i gotta have my beats while i hit white, it keeps me on track
07-03-2006 10:56 PM
rox yeah i understand

also..if its really cold it sometimes damages hi-tech stuff......
my old ipod can tell you.. only he's dead.
06-30-2006 08:26 PM
JTingly Well i don't and would never want to try it, because i usually fall, AND i don't have a hard case for my iPod, so it'll break.
06-30-2006 01:17 AM
rox seriously?
i guess if you are on a more advanced wouldnt any distractions.

but i really suggest you do it..if you're on the easy hill....
passing the kids trying to learn. lol
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