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you mad, butt hurt eh?
his posts are always negative. just let him be.
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you mad, butt hurt eh?
he's the ANGRY snowboarder, cmon wut do you expect haha

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yeah some ones gotta say it he just has a certain view
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What do you guys think if I rode a burton custom X, on doing these tricks. I know it's possible, but just wondering how stiff it really is to be doing these types of pops
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Is the SL flexible enough to safely do tail blocks?
I haven't rode it but by the sounds of how its been described I'd say its ideal for tail blocks. I think a mid flex all mountain board is best for tail blocks cause you can really sit on that tail, whereas a super soft board bends too much...at least for me anyway, I could be trippin...

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I would love to see all these tricks done on a custom x...I feel like you would have to have ridiculously strong legs, but maybe im just a little butter bitch and need a soft board to get down on these tricks...
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I dont think thats 29 tricks, its really 3 tricks combines 9 different ways( with 2 odd balls)
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I have a Salomon Answer, stiffness rated 4 out of 5. I was able to do a tail press, but couldn't really lift the nose up high enough without leaning really far back. Am I kidding myself for trying to butter with my board?
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What do you guys think if I rode a burton custom X, on doing these tricks. I know it's possible, but just wondering how stiff it really is to be doing these types of pops
Check out Ryan Knapton's new butter video. I think he's riding a Burton Custom X (?), but I don't know his weight or what size board he's using.

The Art of Flatland Snowboarding __ Butter vid 2.0 - YouTube

Has anyone compared the flex & butterability of a Custom X versus NS SL? I strapped into my SL today on carpet...flex/pop is great, but it's one HEAVY mutha.
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pretty impressive flatground vids, wish i could get all thoes tricks...but they spend too much time on groomers

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...but they spend too much time on groomers
hey now, I'm stuck living where I am for the next year or so, and my local hill is just shallow groomers and a below-average park. I get to head out West for the real stuff maybe once/twice a year. Until then I figure I can work on fun butters and switch.
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