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Old 02-09-2011, 02:39 AM   #201 (permalink)
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Location: Kristiansand, Norway
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style: Park, jumps, pow, trees in that order
gender: male
age: 26
height: 6'3"
weight: 180 lbs
boot: 32 Lashed 11.5
board: 156 DC MLF
binding: Forum faction
Stance width: Didn't check
stance angle: +12/-12

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Old 02-09-2011, 08:48 AM   #202 (permalink)
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Location: Rockville, MD
Posts: 89

style: undecided, but intermediate/expert (just not in the park)
age: 22
location: MD
height: 5'11"
weight: 170 lbs
board: '11 GNU Carbon Credit 156
boots/binds: flow size US10, Flow Flight II
Stance width: never ever measured? lol I use the 2nd innermost mount holes on both bindings
stance angle: +15/-15, tryin to learn switch better

My 3rd year riding, but finally on a good board, fitting boots, etc. Working my way up to the park, else I can do anything and everything else.

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Old 02-09-2011, 08:59 AM   #203 (permalink)
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Location: Queens, NY
Posts: 1,679

style: beginner, 1st season riding. I stick to the greens & blues (have done 2 blacks but I'll stay away since I learned abolutely nothing slipe sliding down the run)
height: 5'10"
weight: 180 lbs
boot size: US 9.5
board length: 158 (2009 Burton Blunt)
Stance: regular - centered
angle: +15/-9
Bindings: Burton Custom
Location: NYC - ride PA & NY
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Old 02-09-2011, 09:53 AM   #204 (permalink)
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Location: Quebec, QC
Posts: 367

style: advanced(all-mountain), beginner(park)
age: 32
gender: male
height: 6'1"
weight: 205
boot size: US 12
board size: 159 Wide (Nitro Addict)
stance: 24.25", 3/4"(?) back
angles: +15/-15
location: QC
conditions: ice, hard-pack, groomed, hardly any powder...

Back in the sport (at my son's demand) after 12 year hiatus. Snowboarded all my teens... Getting addicted again!
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Old 02-09-2011, 01:08 PM   #205 (permalink)
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Location: Omaha, Nebraska (for now)
Posts: 729

style: expert (all mountain), Beginner/Intermediate (park)
age: 22
gender: male
height: 5'9"
weight: 160 pounds
location: Omaha, Nebraaaaska
boot size: US 8.5
board type/length: 152 '10 K2 WWW with medium burton freestyle bindings
Stance width: changes but I'd guesstimate 26"?
stance angle: duck stance so -12/12
I wanted a sig, but I need a job first.
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Old 02-09-2011, 11:45 PM   #206 (permalink)
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Posts: 19

Style: Intermediate (maybe), all mountain, tree whore...if it's double black, loaded with powder, and mined with trees, I'm in it. No park because I'm old and the board doesn't allow jibbing. I have no compunctions about sideslipping down a steep-ass run if it looks hairball and I have no compunctions about scraping the tops off moguls to piss off skiers because they're tools where I ride.
Gender: Female
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 135
Location: North Idaho
Boot size: 8.5 (men's), Burton SL10
Bindings: Burton C60s
Board type/length: 150cm Burton Vapor
Stance width: Not sure
Stance angle: Duck -10/+10, ride switchfoot
conditions: Anything but ice. Hate ice with a passion, even though the edges will hold it. Don't like the unpredictable skips, hurt my back a month ago doing a scorpion crash landing.

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Old 02-10-2011, 12:26 AM   #207 (permalink)
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Location: Hamilton, New Zealand
Posts: 145

Style: I don't know intermediate to advanced maybe? I ride park, learning 3s and nollie frontflips, but I'm scared shitless of jibs, spend the rest of my time on diamonds.
Height:184 cms, 6,0
Weight:64kgs, 143 pounds
Location:North Island, North Island, New Zealand (think east coast)
Boot size: 10.5 or 10
Bindings: '10 Rome 390s L
Board: '10 Omatic Extr Eco 151
Stance width: 23.5
Angles: +18 front, -18 back
Conditions: Who cares, I can have fun as long as the lifts are working
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Old 02-10-2011, 03:43 PM   #208 (permalink)
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Location: Bay Area, CA
Posts: 48

Style: 7 years total...first 3 years I went up a total of 5 times. last 4 years I go up about 10-15 times a year. expert all-mountain / intermediate park / beginner jumps
Gender: Male
Height: 5'11
Weight: 165lbs
Location: Bay Area, CA - shredding Lake Tahoe
Boot size: 11
Bindings: L Flux titan / L Burton Cartel
Board: 11' Gnu Park Pickle 156cm / 03' Palmer Honeypro (i still love this board to this day!!)
Stance width: 22
Angles: +15 front, -15 back
Conditions: any kind of conditions are fine with me. just as long as it isn't windy.
11' Park Pickle / 10' Flux Titan RK / 10' Nike Zoom Force 1

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Old 02-10-2011, 04:11 PM   #209 (permalink)
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Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: NJ
Posts: 20

Foot Size:10 (US Mens)
Board Size: 150/157
Bindings Size: Lrg
Boards: Rome Artifact Rocker 10-11, Burton Bullet 08-09
Bindings: Flux RK30's 10-11 , Burton Freestyle 08-09
Binding Angles: 15+/-15
Style: Intermediate Park, Expert Mountain Runs, Expert Jumps
Times A Year: 10-20
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:35 PM   #210 (permalink)
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Location: yongpyong, korea
Posts: 156

Style: Slackcountry... pretty typical really of your standard not very good resort rider who doesnt hit the park but got bored of riding groomers. Basically a pow-whore.
Experience: 4 years
Gender: Male
Weight: 165
Height: 5`9"
Age: 35
Boot: 9.0 US
Stance: +15, -15 wide-centered on the airobic to +21, -6 full setback on charlie slasher. Quiver killer varies depending on conditions whether i use the setback or not, but usually +15, -9 (think of the knees!)
Board Lengths: 157 quiver killer, 156 sierrascope, 155 bataleon airobic, 164 Charlie slasher
Riding Conditions: Japan... which means pow, but not exclusively. Also korea which means ice.

Styles: I break out the charlie on the pow days, the quiver killer on normal days, the bataleon on trying to progress tricks, and the sierrascope when i just want to cruise or butter but the quiver killer just seems a bit headachy and aggressive. Its a nice quiver in truth

Other info: Avi course certified. Have my BC gear and splitting my charlie, so obviously progressing towards backcountry over the next few years.
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