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post #51 of 61 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 09:43 PM
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If he says it's his board is there some way for Patrol to confirm, or refute it on the spot?
Obviously not. Again, they can get his information, whether it's an ID, their season pass, etc. This way if it is reported stolen later, they have the thief's info. Obviously, if it truly the person's board, they've got nothing to hide.
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I was thinking of getting a skate banana as my rock board so I don't cringe every time I hit something... Ha!
It's a brightly colored $500 board which A LOT of people know and love, hence the lock. Pretty simple concept, really. I can afford just about any board or piece of equipment out there, and have bought a couple of the $1,000+ boards, but the skate banana is the best all-around board for in-bounds resort/park riding I've ever ridden.
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Obviously not. Again, they can get his information, whether it's an ID, their season pass, etc. This way if it is reported stolen later, they have the thief's info. Obviously, if it truly the person's board, they've got nothing to hide.

It's a brightly colored $500 board which A LOT of people know and love, hence the lock. Pretty simple concept, really. I can afford just about any board or piece of equipment out there, and have bought a couple of the $1,000+ boards, but the skate banana is the best all-around board for in-bounds resort/park riding I've ever ridden.
Don't take offence to poutanen's dislike of the skate banana, I think he only likes expensive European boards that look like Star Trek tampon applicators.
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It's a brightly colored $500 board which A LOT of people know and love, hence the lock. Pretty simple concept, really. I can afford just about any board or piece of equipment out there, and have bought a couple of the $1,000+ boards, but the skate banana is the best all-around board for in-bounds resort/park riding I've ever ridden.
Oh relax, I was trolling very obviously and got ya!

I used to ride a Kemper Freestyle and I still locked it up every time...
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Don't take offence to poutanen's dislike of the skate banana, I think he only likes expensive European boards that look like Star Trek tampon applicators.
Star Trek whale vagina tampon applicators!!!
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Oh relax, I was trolling very obviously and got ya!

I used to ride a Kemper Freestyle and I still locked it up every time...
LOL jimmies not rustled. Thought you were weird if serious.
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So then what would you do?
Offer to go get help and see his reaction.
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Offer to go get help and see his reaction.
Good idea!
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No, it was directed at whoever said if they caught someone on the slopes cutting a lock and asked them what they were doing and the personsaid " i forgot the combo" How did they get the lock unlocked to secure the board earlier in the day if they did know it.??
The burton lock is a combo and I'm pretty sure you don't need to have the correct combo in to lock it, that's how mine got screwed up. That or it reset itself.
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