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post #81 of 124 (permalink) Old 12-21-2010, 09:16 PM
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just ordered up the learn to ride for my wife as a stocking stuffer. I'm going to be a clever bastid and put it on a USB for her. :P Thanks for bringing this goodness to our attention mang.
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Did you fix your site certificate yet? Went to buy the DVDs last week and Firefox did not trust it....so no sale.
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Thanks for addressing this concern...SALE!!!
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Bought em here too... watching em. starting with butters and jumps.. just dont know about jibbin.. rails scare me hah
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Bought em here too... watching em. starting with butters and jumps.. just dont know about jibbin.. rails scare me hah
The manuals suggest that you get like "armor" when you try new things. He said he broke a lot of bones and stuff. It actually got me to get a full suit (except knee pads). LOL They should like endorse protection gear.

Anyone know of any good knee-shin combo pads? I didn't find any that look like it would fit with boots on. All I need are these and then I'm ready to hunt jedi after snowboarding.

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how about slip in soccer shin gaurds. they are pretty thin but will still offer protection.
Usually around $10



I'm having a fear of boxes and rails, mostly because the approach ramps around here are very icey and rutted up. Usually throws me off balance.

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how about slip in soccer shin gaurds. they are pretty thin but will still offer protection.
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I'm having a fear of boxes and rails, mostly because the approach ramps around here are very icey and rutted up. Usually throws me off balance.

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Thanks for the research. But I'm afraid of that chaffing uner my boot and stuff, especially when moving legs arround a lot. I was thinking of "modifying" some BMX ones by sawing and sewing. But so far, I haven't fell on my knees a lot...or they are so tough I didn't feel it. :P But I figure now that I said so...the first time I go to a big rail, it's gonna happen!
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No problem!
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Thanks for the research. But I'm afraid of that chaffing uner my boot and stuff, especially when moving legs arround a lot. I was thinking of "modifying" some BMX ones by sawing and sewing. But so far, I haven't fell on my knees a lot...or they are so tough I didn't feel it. :P But I figure now that I said so...the first time I go to a big rail, it's gonna happen!
Burton makes some good ones that are kneepads. That's what the SA team rocks

Basic Knee Pad | Burton Snowboards
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Burton makes some good ones that are kneepads. That's what the SA team rocks

Basic Knee Pad | Burton Snowboards
What about shins? Also, I was looking for something harder. Like pastic.

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