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10-14-2012 12:27 AM
boardneub Well im back, Did pretty well at the snowboard show this weekend. Grabbed myself some new pants for 70% off retail! A little skid lid and some proper gloves. Also grabbed my 5x7 from blue. Really stoked for this season.
12-12-2011 02:24 PM
boardneub Got exams all week so that is a negative.
12-12-2011 10:39 AM
moondoggy congrats on grabbing all your equipment. dont worry about the season, as we usually start late here. horseshoe opens today (with 2 runs) so you might be able to grab a few runs there for the week if you are desperate. you'll do fine at blue.
12-11-2011 08:46 PM
boardneub ANd i think im going to try glen eden a little bit just to get the hang of it, dont wanna totally suck arse at bleu haha
12-11-2011 08:45 PM
boardneub Damn hell we will, didnt go speanding 700+ for nothing!
12-11-2011 12:39 PM
Originally Posted by boardneub View Post
Marcdeo im in Woodbridge man, what hills do you usually hit up!? This season starter isnt looking to promissing! no damn snow!

And ive been tweaking it some, playing with angles..
Only blue brother. I can't be bothered with Horseshoe or Mount st Louis. If im heading north, I go straight to blue. Actually - there is a golf course in my hood - looks fantastic for some middle of the night sneaky runs.... but with this SHITE weather we are having, I wonder if we will get any snow at all.......
12-11-2011 09:39 AM
boardneub Marcdeo im in Woodbridge man, what hills do you usually hit up!? This season starter isnt looking to promissing! no damn snow!

And ive been tweaking it some, playing with angles..
12-11-2011 08:53 AM
threej21 good shit bro...yea, i would set up your shit as close to as it is on your wakeboard as possible, that way you should be pretty comfy from the get go, and then do minor adjustments from there once youve ridden if you feel you need to reg on my wakeboard, so obviously same on snow, and my stance is one in from max width, and at +12,-9
12-11-2011 08:47 AM
marcdeo hey Neub where do you live? I live in 'sauga.
12-10-2011 11:42 PM
Originally Posted by boardneub View Post
Well went today and got a board!

my setup is complete!

What do you guys ride, goofy or reg?

and what degree do you ride? i have mine set at the most forward (rear and 15deg out) front is most back and 12 deg out.
Nice! Since you wakeboard, the way that feels most comfortable doing that will probably feel the most comfortable on a snowboard. Stance width depends on the person, but having a narrower stance gives you more power and a wider more stability. You always want your front binding to have a larger angle or the same as your back binding (true-duck). You can start out with a forward stance, but duck tends to be a little more natural and easy to learn on. I would maybe start out with the back foot @ -9, and the front foot at +12. I personally ride -9/+15
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