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gravityhomer 03-14-2009 11:22 PM

Please list your snowboarding stats
 
I'd like to know how people ride on their board. Everyone is different and people go with what feels right for them, but I am curious to see just how different everyone is. So if you reply, please list the following, I'll start as an example.

style: I'm a beginner (~1.5 years), so my style is to go down easy runs and try not to fall down
height: 5'10"
weight: 185 lbs
boot size: US 12
board length: 157 Custom wide
Stance width: 20 in
stance angle: +15/-3

I'm going to try a slightly wider stance, as this is the inner most setting for the board. I went with that because it was the stance width I used on the smaller board (153) I started out with. A wider stance on the 153, felt really wrong and gave me no control, turning was pretty much impossible. I immediately switched it to a narrower stance and everything felt normal again. I was amazed at how large a difference a single inch in stance width made. I think because of this I am very wary of a wider stance and went with the narrowest on the larger board. I got a longer board because I am pretty sure I was just too heavy/tall for the smaller one. The new board feels good, but now I'm thinking maybe I should give the recommended stance width a try on the larger board. I mean it is larger, so if my stance is too narrow, perhaps I can't get the torsional flex I need. Anyway I'm rambling, so please list these stats at a minimum, and maybe if you want to add any info or history on why you like to ride this way, that would be good.

The idea is that there is a lot of people on the site and it would be great to collect some data and perhaps help give new people a jumping off point, by going with someone who is a similar height, weight, style.

Flick Montana 03-14-2009 11:35 PM

style: Trees. Pretty much any chance I get, I'm in the woods dodging pines.
height: 6'3"
weight: 180 lbs
boot size: US 10.5
board length: 165 Rome Design
Stance width: Pretty wide. I'm all legs.
stance angle: +15/-15

BiGfYz 03-14-2009 11:38 PM

here goes:p

style: expert - i love ripping it up at the park and going down double black diamonds at mach 3 works too:cheeky4: just my first year as well
age: 17
gender: male
height: 5'9"
weight: 135 pounds
location: northern suburbs of chicago
boot size: US 11.5
board type/length: 156" capita scaremaster '09 with union contact bindings and prospect JP walker 32 boots
Stance width: didn't check
stance angle: duck stance so +15/-15

SnowBun 03-14-2009 11:43 PM

gender: female
age: 18
style: intermediate. Still getting the hang of things (like throwing my board around and remembering to speed check around old farts on skis :cheeky4:). Love riding blues and icy blacks (weeee!)
height: 5'7''
weight: 113 lbs
boot size: US 8 (women's)
board length: 146 Rome Vinyl ('08/'09)
Stance width: 20.5
stance angle: +18/-12

Flick, did I see that right? You weigh 18 lbs? :laugh:

RidePowder 03-14-2009 11:50 PM

Gender: Male
age:19
Style: intermediate- I can control every aspect of my board when I ride, I can hit double blacks, ride powder, but I am still working on my park. not my strongest skill

height: 6'0
weight: somewhere around 180
boot size: US 11.5
board type/length: 157 Bataleon Enemy w/ union forces, 155 K2 darkstar with K2 autos, 152 K2 WWW
stance: I just kind of eye it up
angle:15,-13

desklamp 03-14-2009 11:50 PM

style: advanced intermediate, free ride mostly but working on park now
age: 20 male
height: 6'2
weight: 175 lbs
boot size: 12
board length: free ride: 161w 08 gnu chb mtx, park: 152w 09 scaremaster
Stance width: maxed
stance angle: +12/-12

Flick Montana 03-14-2009 11:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SnowBun (Post 144710)
Flick, did I see that right? You weigh 18 lbs? :laugh:

Hey, we can't all be healthy! So I have anemia, so what?!

SnowBun 03-14-2009 11:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flick Montana (Post 144720)
Hey, we can't all be healthy! So I have anemia, so what?!

Don't you mean bulimia? :cheeky4:

Flick Montana 03-14-2009 11:57 PM

No way. I'd never waste good food.

stoepstyle 03-15-2009 12:09 AM

style: I'm an expert(~3-4 years), and I ride any line on the mountain that isint in the park
height: 6'3'
weight: 185 lbs
boot size: US 12
board length: 163 Never Summer Legacy-R
Stance width: 23 in
stance angle: +21/+8

I dont ride switch very much so I have forward for hard charging. Its fun


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