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|02-25-2009 10:32 PM|
|02-25-2009 09:59 PM|
|02-25-2009 09:53 PM|
Elan boards- El Grande is the widest on the market
Salomon Boots- Fusions fit like a glove, one of the thinnest profiles out there, save 1/2 a size, my 13's are now 12.5's, combined with the 284 mm waist of my El Grande means even hardbooters and most skiers don't stand a chance
Ride Bindings - aluminum chassis, nice and simple, stiff and responsive, inexpensive
Oakley eyewear - proven, time tested product that works
Quiksilver everything else, eco-friendly and keeps you warm and dry.
And my favorite Skull Skates hoodie! Old school!
|02-25-2009 09:49 PM|
Neff and Nomis
I found these through older friends who were looking for companies that have the total opposite image of the bigger companies such as burton.
|02-25-2009 09:46 PM|
|11-28-2008 12:54 AM|
|11-27-2008 11:46 PM|
Boards: Lib Tech
Clothes: North Face
|11-27-2008 09:54 PM|
Boards: Bataleon, Lib Tech, Gnu, Arbor.
Would like to try Capita, Rome, Stepchild, Dinosaurs Will Die sooner than later and maybe even Never Summer & Nitro eventually. Have never and will never ride a Burton board. Also prob done with Ride boards too.
Bindings: Union, Rome.
Used to love Ride bindings back when they were Preston, but their new stuff is unimpressive or and/or heavy. Had a set of Burton Cartels b/c they were the first to come out with a toecap, but got rid of those eventaully. Will prob never own a set of Flows either. Got a set for an ex couple yrs ago and they were mediocre.
Boots: Salomon F-boots & DC Boa
|11-25-2008 09:52 PM|
c. i dont buy a certain brand of clothes, there are ones i generally dont buy *cough* burton *cough*, but if i see a shirt/hoody/jeans i like, i'll buy it... if its for boarding wear specifically i like Special Blend for outerwear. but again if i like the looks of something and the specs of the gear are good, i will buy it.
Edit: If if board wear I usually like it even if its not a burton. (Me to)
|11-25-2008 08:29 PM|
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