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That is some serious board right there. Made out of lead?
Oxess HC-XX 235cm, I assume, the one in the middle (the most left one is a 160)

Yea, I guess that one's pretty fast... ever got speeding fines?

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Holy mono batman. Kwaat in the hell?
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Ride No 4 164cm / Catek FR2 Pro - 11.8 lbs

Burton Freebird Splitboard 162cm / Spark Blaze - 12.0 lbs

Ride Kink 155cm / Ride EX - 10.8lbs

Donek Axxess 172cm / Catek OS2 Plates - I'll let you know when they arrive.


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my body weight scale says my Villain + Union Force is about 7 lbs. I would imagine they are about probably 9 lbs. 150cm board.
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Surprised to see most boards are about 11lbs. Thought there would be more variety. My forum lander 157 weighs 12lbs.
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Élan Inverse 155: 5.6lbs
Flux RL pair: 4lbs
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Last year i specifically set out to buy light (on a budget) as i was convinced it would help with flat ground ollies and other jumps (not to mention carrying board/boots/bindings/wear in a board bag over one shoulder for long distances was really quite a hassle). Looking at other measurements here i think i did end up with a light setup, but the total difference is so small i dont know why i bothered...

K2 Parkstar 152 & Burton Mission Restricted (M) 4.7kg (10.4lb)
Boots (Burton Imperial 27cm) 1.6kg (3.5lb)
Combined 6.3kg (13.9lb)

The boots themselves feel light as hell though, less than some of my regular shoes.
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Was curious so weighed out my old board and new one

2011 k2 turbo dream 157w - 6.8 lbs
2013 jones mountain twin 160 - 7.6 lbs
Jones w/ 2011 k2 formulas - 11.6 lbs
2011 k2 darkos size 11 - 4.8 lbs

The TD was pretty light for a wide board, the jones I would say is about average based on this thread.. Maybe a touch heavier. Was on a bathroom scale though so who knows..

I'd like to see more weight info on mervin decks

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Since I was putting gear away for summer storage, I did some measuring was well (all weights in lbs).

Jones Mothership '14 156 + Burton Escapade = 10.1 (board 6.2, binding 3.9)
Jones wmn Solution '14 156 + Spark Afterburner = 11.2 (board with pucks 7.5, binding 3.7)

Ride Cascade wmn 8.5 boots = 4.8
Arc'teryx shell pants n jacket = 2.6
-> Basic clothing = 7.4

Baryvox = 1.3
Avy backpack with full cartridge = 7.5
Showel/probe = 2.4
-> Backpack with basic avy gear = 11.2

Skins/crampons/poles = 3.5
-> Backpack when hiking (w/o food) = 14.7

This sums up to:
-> BC gear with basic clothing n solid board = 28.7
-> BC gear with basic clothing n splitboard n stuff = 33.3

Boardbag with the 2 Jones boards n bindings, shovel, probe, poles, skins, crampons, helmet, 2 goggles, boots, climbing harness = 43.5

Some other boards:
Ride Farah '13 153 + Ride Fame = 10.1
NS Raptor '13 164 + K2 Company = 11.4
Jones Carbon Flagship '14 164 + NOW Drive = 11.2
Jones Solution '14 164 + Spark Afterburner = 12.1

Interestingly, the difference between a 164 Solution and a 156 wmn Solution is only 0.9lb.

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