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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-22-2010, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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A-Basin had 5inches?

anyone been to A-bay? heard they had 5inches?
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They reported 5" but I'm sure they got more through the day. 100% chnce of snow from tonight through Friday night and 70% Saturday!
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It was lightening and snowing/raining when I left there yesterday at 4:30 5 inches may have happened but I wouldn't trust it. But this snow storm coming in I do think we could get a late mashed potato storm.

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nice. I'll probably hit it this weekend...
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It was lightening and snowing/raining when I left there yesterday at 4:30 5 inches may have happened but I wouldn't trust it. But this snow storm coming in I do think we could get a late mashed potato storm.
yeahhh, i thought my season was over but hearing that I got myself a few loveland ski lift ticket and will be hanging out there during the weekend haha

btw, I am really amazed about your recommendation of those k2 formula on your blog, they are by far the best bindings I ever had. really versatile

So I want to say a thank you.

and also, how would you describe your k2 t1 db? i tried k2 t1 normal, and they feel slightly bigger than other boots in that size. and also will the stiffness be all right for you ?

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I get my t1's tight as hell and then heat mold them. Since I went to that boot I've dropped 2 sizes from an 11 to a 10 and I can fit into a 9.5. As far as the flex I love the t1's flex but mine are pretty much dead.

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I get my t1's tight as hell and then heat mold them. Since I went to that boot I've dropped 2 sizes from an 11 to a 10 and I can fit into a 9.5. As far as the flex I love the t1's flex but mine are pretty much dead.
i see, thanks a lot. any hint on which pair of boots you will buy next?

will it still be a t1 db?

I wear size 11 burton now, but sized down to size 10 in nike zoom force 1, which i'm really surprised of.

then I don't know how much more shall i size down from 10 that will be tight enough and still comfy.

do you know what's your feet size in general tho ? just for reference if u don't mind
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I'm only riding t1 db's right now and probably will remain with that boot till they tweak it to something I can't ride.

my left is a 9 3/4ths my right is a 10 8/10ths. I have really fucked up feet.

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I'm only riding t1 db's right now and probably will remain with that boot till they tweak it to something I can't ride.

my left is a 9 3/4ths my right is a 10 8/10ths. I have really fucked up feet.
damn, that's really fucked up. thanks a lot mann, i think i will jump on that k2 deal for 180 bucks.

are you riding by anychance this weekend?
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Winter storm warning through noon tomorrow for the Central/Northern rockies. That includes A-Basin. I was at Bert yesterday and they had 6=10" depending on where you were at. It was also very sunny and warm, though weather was starting to roll in when I left. I didn't stick around as it looked like it was going to be thunder snow and the last place you want to be is on a ridge line in that. Get going early tomorrow, as once the snow leaves, it's going to warm up fast and turn the snow in to mank.
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