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02-20-2013 11:02 AM
poutanen ^^^ Yeah it's funny, the more boards I ride the more they feel the same. Shouldn't it be the opposite?!?

So here's the Custom I picked up next to the old girl. She's 3 cm shorter and about 1 cm wider than the T7. Should be a fun little play board! I'm thinking about sawing off the tips to make it more blunted, we'll see...

02-18-2013 10:06 PM
Originally Posted by poutanen View Post
On another note: A Virus Avalanche can actually be quite fun in the park!
I got buddy who rides a K2 174 deck. It's cambered, old, and beat to hell. I've seen him hit boxes and pull 180s with that thing. Rocks a set back forward stance and rides/lands switch no problem.

He is constantly telling me my board is too short and my back binding is pointing the wrong way....
02-18-2013 09:59 PM
poutanen So I picked up that 2012 Custom 156 I posted earlier with Custom bindings... Tried it for a couple laps today and HOLY SHIT WHERE'S MY EDGE HOLD?!? I don't know if the guy ever sharpened it!

I have to get a base weld/grind on the T7 so going to get a real good edge done on the new Custom at the same time and see if it improves.

On another note: A Virus Avalanche can actually be quite fun in the park!
02-17-2013 07:56 AM
vandy16 i've got a 2012 custom x 160 with cartel est bindings, or malavita est bindings. i don't think i'm quite ready for it and it might be a bit much board for me anyways (i weigh around 160). Bindings are Medium. Been on the board/binding setup twice this year, and only for a few runs each time. i'd probably be looking for somewhere around $400, shipping to canada might be a dealbreaker though, not sure how expensive that gets. let me know if you're interested, otherwise good luck!

02-17-2013 12:48 AM
WTB: Burton Custom Camber or Custom X - Alberta

Trip to castle or Fernie? That's in pincher creek yo.

Loved that graphic from last year
02-17-2013 12:28 AM
poutanen Think I may have found the board for me!

New PRIOR AMF 162 for sale $349 - Alberta Sports Goods For Sale - Kijiji Alberta Canada.

Although I was hoping for a shorter board then that. Maybe just have to buy it and cut the tips off.

The nice thing about the priors is they still have a longer sidecut radius on their freestyle boards. Same sidecut as a Custom X, but twin geometry and a lifted tip profile.
02-16-2013 05:18 PM
blunted_nose If you want stiff and cambered you need a Bataleon. TBT makes it so fucking stiff but also playful. Not sure, but riot might be it. Or it might be too stiff?
02-16-2013 03:19 PM
AllMtrH22 I'm in Vancouver and want 500 for it.
02-16-2013 11:42 AM
Originally Posted by AllMtrH22 View Post
I guess you wouldn't be interested in my 2010 custom x w/ 2011 cartels since you are lowballing an already cheap 250 for a custom.
Yeah I guess I am cheap, I just figured nobody ever posts their real price on Kijiji, you're always supposed to lowball! $250 really is a good price for a nearly new Custom with bindings.

You in Alberta? Got any pics? How much do you want?
02-16-2013 10:31 AM
Bullboy145 Go for a Custom Flying V. You will NOT be disappointed. I pretty much ride a twinned out smaller version of that, and that thing can do anything you need, and it does come in twin if you need that. Does well in park and pow. The board just lets you go nuts, and tbh, you seem like the person who LOVES to go nuts.
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