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sure blame the liftys...
Its been terrible recently... east coasters dont realize that powder can really screw up an offramp quickly.
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Its been terrible recently... east coasters dont realize that powder can really screw up an offramp quickly.
better too much snow than icy like it normally is haha

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I used to think I had to have one but ive ridden my new board several times now without one and I think im gonna keep it that way...I just pressed my boot up against my back binding and it was alllll
I'm trying this with my new board as well (which has a slick as heck topsheet). So far I'm finding it easier to find the best spot for control for my back foot up against the binding without the pad.
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I bailed on my tailbone two weeks ago as I was getting of the chair, as my leg slipped ...
There's a topic to tangent on... maybe you should be looking for a different kind of pad, one for your hips.
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