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And people whine about the weight of supposedly 'heavy' bindings or hype the fact that the latest version saves 1 or 2 ounces in weight. Makes f*ck all of a difference to the weight of the entire set-up...
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Lib tech skunk ape 161 horsepower. 9lbs. Lightest big man board on the planet
what's a big man board?
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Ok, me too.

Snowboard boots: Salomon Symbio (size 30,5 MP, year '05) - 2,36 kg/5,2 lb

Snowboard boots: Airtracks Strong (size 28,5 MP, year '12) - 2,32 kg/5,11 lb

Snowboard+bindings: Burton Fix (size 155, year '09) + Burton Cartel EST (size large, year '09) - 5,48 kg/12.08 lb

Helmet: TSG Fly (size large/x-large, year '11) - 380 g/12,85 oz
and you wear both pairs of boots? i mean they fit you?
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just weighed mine, bathroom scale. 152 EVo, Forum Shaka bindings, 10.6lbs
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Anybody have a noticeably light deck that they ride? All mountain to be specific?
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Board (XX-235) : 29.7 lbs
Boots (UPZ) : 13.2 lbs
Bindings (Bomber) : 6 lbs

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Board (XX-235) : 29.7 lbs
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That is some serious board right there. Made out of lead?
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Salomon The man's board 159 + K2 Formulla L size = 4.9 kg / 10.8 lbs
Northwave Decade boots size 9.5 = 2 kg / 4,4 lbs
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because they have to be warm and the soles have to absorb shock?
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