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09-26-2008 06:46 PM
BurtonAvenger Eh doesn't bother me she wants to go stare at that I can go look at porn.
09-26-2008 12:44 AM
Originally Posted by BurtonAvenger View Post
Girls watching Greys Anatomy I can't call her till the final credit rolls.
man, what is it with chicks and that show? so many are big 'ol fans of it.

used to be sex in the city, now grey's.
09-25-2008 11:04 PM
BurtonAvenger Girls watching Greys Anatomy I can't call her till the final credit rolls.
09-25-2008 10:58 PM
krazibone That was quick. Ha ha

Thanks matey
09-25-2008 10:55 PM
BurtonAvenger ^ Go bigger and get the 58.
09-25-2008 10:53 PM
krazibone I'm leaning more towards the SL-R due to the amount of positive feedback for the 08/09 model and that i'll be riding mainly in Europe then in Japan but as long as it can perform well in powder i'm happy. Thanks heaps for your advice BA.

Another thing is should i get a shorter 155cm or a longer 158cm board? Currently i'm riding a 156 agent.

My height is 175cm and weight changes between 72-75 kg shoe size US9.
09-23-2008 11:22 PM
BurtonAvenger ^ They either never have it at demo's or else there's no pow and I am not riding a rockered reversed sidecut board on groomed it defeats the purpose big time.
09-23-2008 11:04 PM
nzboardlife the mullet is rockered too isn't it?

BA have you trailed a hammock? any good?
09-22-2008 11:05 PM
BurtonAvenger Any real shop will tell you that ideally you should have 2 boards you're everyday do anything or park stick and a specialty pow stick.

Japans pow is real light and fluffy and they get heaps of it. You'll either want a rockered board or something with a good amount of taper to it if you go that route.

Boards I'd consider on that note would be the Never Summer Summit, Atomic Radon CT, Prior Kyber, Burton Fish, Burton malolo, lib tech snow mullet, rome notch, K2 Gyrator, K2 turbo dream, etc. etc.

Now if you're going with an all mountain freestyle board that can handle it all you'd want to at least consider a rockered board like say the never summer sl r, k2 turbo dream, possibly one of the lib techs like the trs.
09-22-2008 09:57 PM
krazibone Hi NZ

The mullet looks phat! and i'm pretty sure it will perform really well judging by the reviews. Thanks for the heads up.

Just wondering when people go on a ski/snowboard trip do people usually bring two boards one for pow and the other for normal groomed runs? I'm moving to London so will be spending most of the winter there.
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