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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 10-13-2011, 11:51 AM
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I used to have a little tool pouch that attached to the highback part of the binding. I could keep a small tool and assorted stuff in there and it would keep the weight off of my body. Do they still make those?
vans has one i believe


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i literally just carry one little ratchet tool and a couple clifbars. why do you need to carry so much stuff. are we talking resort riding or backcountry here?
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neff makes a high back back pack

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when did all you weekend warriors become pack mules? I just don't get it.
Better to DIY than rely on the kindness of locals with chips on their shoulders.
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Better to DIY than rely on the kindness of locals with chips on their shoulders.
Oh shove it up your ass douche juice do you really need a full backpack for resort riding?


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i rather not carry any hard objects in jacket cuz if you fall on it you get "stabbed"
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i rather not carry any hard objects in jacket cuz if you fall on it you get "stabbed"
So 'leg pouch' is better?
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So 'leg pouch' is better?
u wrap it around your lower leg/ankle, tell me how you can fall while strapped to your board and land on that area. the nose/tail of your board elevates your feet
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u wrap it around your lower leg/ankle, tell me how you can fall while strapped to your board and land on that area. the nose/tail of your board elevates your feet
You would be surprised what people can accomplish on a snowboard. I've seen physics thrown out the window.


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You would be surprised what people can accomplish on a snowboard. I've seen physics thrown out the window.
lesser of two evils. chance of "stabbing" your ankle is far less likely than your chest. what would you pick? torso or leg?
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