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Old 12-27-2009, 10:04 PM   #141 (permalink)
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style: Advanced-Expert Powder, trees, off piste, powder, park
age: 30
gender: male
height: 170
weight: 70KG
location: Hokkaido, Japan
boot size: US 8.5
board type/length: All MTN 157, 153 for the park
Stance: Goofy
Stance width: 19
stance angle: +30/+15

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Old 12-27-2009, 10:52 PM   #142 (permalink)
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Style Intermediate Carver
Age 33
gender Male
height 5'5"
weight 145 lbs
Location Louisville KY
boot size 7 1/2
Board - Ride Antic 151 cm all mountain
Bindings - Flow
Stance with 20
stance angle +15/+15
Style comments, can ride steeps all right, hoping to progress into doing some tree runs this year, and maybe hit some features in the park..
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Old 12-27-2009, 11:13 PM   #143 (permalink)
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Style: Freeride, just started last year and live in Texas so trips to the mountain total 5-7 days a year. Wakeboarder in the past though, so I picked up on a few things pretty easy.
Gender: Male
Weight: 160
Height: 5'7"
Age: 35
Boot: 9 Vans Cirro
Stance: Regular +12/-12 22 inches
Bindings: '10 Rome Targa
Board: 08/09 Bataleon Goliath 153
Conditions: Arapahoe Basin is the only mountain I've ridden so far. We'll probably venture out to more places in the very near future.

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Old 12-28-2009, 06:09 AM   #144 (permalink)
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Style: Addicted. The mountain is my park. (900+ days in 7 yrs)
Age: 47
Weight: 185
Height: 6 ft
Boot size: 11 us
Board: Ride Machete 157 w
Bindings: Rome 390
Stance: 10/-10
Stance width: 26

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Old 12-30-2009, 03:51 AM   #145 (permalink)
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Style: Expert rider, advanced park tech kid
Years Riding: 9
Gender: Male
Weight: 150
Height: 5'9"
Age: 17
Boot: 08/09 32 Lashed Size:10.5
Bindings: 08/09 Burton P1.1's
Board: 09/10 Libtech Skate banana 156
Stance: Goofy (i can ride my switch almost identically) -12/+12 at 23.5 inches

Interest: Boarding has been my favorite thing to do in the world for 5 years now. My true interest blooming 4 years later from the first day. I'm constantly researching what's going on in the boarding world. It is my primary ambition above performing as a musician. There is so much to do and learn while boarding, and my rule's of progression are strictly based on getting comfortable with the uncomfortable. I'm very elitist though when it comes to the slopes. I cant stand anybody with nice gear constantly eating shit all over the mountain. I ride on the stevens pass freeride team, and instruct for 2 different companies at snoqualamie summit in washington. Riding 3 or more days a week, i constantly try to find ways to push my self.
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Old 12-30-2009, 05:39 AM   #146 (permalink)
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I'm very elitist though when it comes to the slopes. I cant stand anybody with nice gear constantly eating shit all over the mountain. self.
I once had the same thinking when it came to golf. I hated watching hakers with a $2500 set of clubs, but after realizing a couple things I now think about it differently. Where would snowboarding technology be if there weren't people buying the "nice gear"? There's a lot more people that suck at snowboarding than those who excel at it. Those are the people who support the companies who build the nice gear.

In addition to that, why should I settle for a shitty product like a Lamar board when I have money to spend on a much better product?

Instead of letting it bother you that someone who sucks has a nice setup, be grateful that person spent his money on the nice gear so that the manufacturer can now R&D a better product for you to excel with.

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Old 12-30-2009, 05:58 AM   #147 (permalink)
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Style: all mountain
Years Riding: going on 3rd season
Gender: Male
Weight: 208
Height: 6'4.5"
Age: 20
Boot: Northwave Size:13
Bindings: Drake Czar
Board: Gnu CHB BTX MTX 162 wide
Stance: regular -15/15
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Old 12-30-2009, 08:00 AM   #148 (permalink)
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I cant stand anybody with nice gear constantly eating shit all over the mountain.
Very negative thing to say about people who share a common interest with you. Do you own an iPod? Perhaps and iPhone? Maybe another type of "nice gear". Are you a pro at using these products? A true iPhone/iPod pro can develop apps on it as well. You should change that mentality bro. Someone already stated the obvious reasons why you shouldn't hate. Let me add some more.

Beginners that have money to spend (most do because this is widely a middle-class and higher sport just like golf) are going to buy the nicer gear. Who cares if they suck? That doesn't mean they will always suck. You never know, one of them might end up being better than you.

style: Freestyle on the mountain is what I like to say. I'm into ground tricks and jumping off whatever natural features I can find.

Years Riding: 5 but I believe this is the wrong way to base your experience. I bet I have ridden as much or more than some of the 10 years exp people around here.

age: 28

gender: male

height: 5'9.5''

weight: 175-180lbs

location: Sterling Heights, MI

boot size: US 9.5

board type/length: 2007 Burton Shaun White 158

Bindings: 2010 NXT-FSE

Stance width: 22''

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Old 12-30-2009, 08:22 AM   #149 (permalink)
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Style" Intermediate all-mountain
Age: 27
gender: Male
height: 5'9"
weight: 190 lbs
Location: Houston, Texas, I'm only able to hit up the mountains 5-7days a year but i used to live in toronto and started snowboarding in canada.
boot size: 9-10's depends on company
Board: K2 darkstar
Bindings: K2 formulas
Stance width: shoulder length
stance angle: +15/-15
Style comments: Goofy, any runs fine with me, i dont like the park personally and im just starting to learn how to jump properly without landing on my ass :/
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Old 12-30-2009, 03:17 PM   #150 (permalink)
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Style: Advanced/Park/All-Mountain Freestyle.
Years riding: 16 or 17, can't remember anymore, but yeah, before all the media hype and before snowboarding was the "cool" thing to do.
Age: 31 (no old jokes)
Height: 5 foot 9
Weight: 150-155

Main board (have more than a few): Burton X8 155 (bling year model)
Bindings: Burton Triad EST's (medium)
Boots: Burton Rulers 9.5
Stance: Comfortably wide
Angles: Main park board is +15, -5

Prefer park or off trail kickers, I'm the type that tries to find a line no one else is doing, especially when not in the park. Been told I keep my body very quiet during spins, general park riding. Also, certainly not one of the "bad attitude" type riders that I see all too much. I think we all need to chill out, let beginners/intermediates learn what they need to learn and not act like a prick with all this "noob" bs.
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