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beggionahorseho 09-20-2009 03:42 PM

burtom customs
 
how good are they for all mtn jumps mostly freeride almost mostly and groomers?
all mtn/60%
jumps 35%
rails 5%/Almost nothing really mabe once or tvice a season

honda4life05 09-20-2009 03:46 PM

good. give it a try.

beggionahorseho 09-20-2009 03:57 PM

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Originally Posted by honda4life05 (Post 182324)
good. give it a try.

i will but do you or anybody have experience with evogear? is it safe

droseph 09-20-2009 05:31 PM

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Originally Posted by beggionahorseho (Post 182330)
i will but do you or anybody have experience with evogear? is it safe

Yes they're well trusted, but if you live in Canada you can't order Burton products from evogear. But if not, they're good.

Dano 09-20-2009 11:35 PM

Evogear, Dogfunk, Sierrasnowboards.com, Etc...
 
American companies, online or not, can't ship Burton, Anon, R.E.D, or any other Burton affiliated product across the boarder up to Canada. Burton and the Companies that carry Burton up here, have an exclusive shipping agreement that forces you to go to board shops instead of shopping deals online. That's why Burton products are so expensive here.

Seems fairly stupid on Burton's part seeing as Whistler/Blackcomb, Revelstoke, Powderking, and the Banff resorts just to name a few, are all in Canada. Poor business model for sure if you are placing limitations of access to your product on half a contenent.

twin89 09-21-2009 02:17 AM

i haven't ridden a custom but i have an agent which is said to be similar and it is amazing all around, no complaints here.

i also ordered some small stuff off of evo gear and it came in a timely manner, but i didn't order a board from em or ne thing, it was just a waxing iron if i remember correctly. i'd say it is safe.

mOnky 09-21-2009 02:40 AM

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Originally Posted by beggionahorseho (Post 182330)
i will but do you or anybody have experience with evogear? is it safe

Evogear = :thumbsup:


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