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Old 11-23-2010, 02:05 PM   #1171 (permalink)
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hello, my names jeremy. im 19 and i grew up and live in nova scotia, canada. I started snowboarding a few years ago but really got into it last winter. I'm hoping to really progress this year!
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Old 11-23-2010, 03:06 PM   #1172 (permalink)
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Hello I'm Eric from Portland, Oregon. I'm in my early 40's and have been snowboarding for 16 years and currently ride Timberline and Skibowl (Fusion Pass) on Mt. Hood in Oregon this season. I also have lodging in Government Camp on Mt Hood.

I'm always looking for 40+ boarders to ride with!
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Old 11-27-2010, 09:49 PM   #1173 (permalink)
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Hi everyone. My names Devin. Im 20 years old. Ive been reading these forums for around a year or so now, but I never really got around to introductions. I live in eastern Iowa, have been since I was 14. Ive been riding since I was 16 and pretty much realized its what I want to do with my life. I basically love it more than anything else I can think of. I ride SkiSnowstar in Andelusia, Illinois; its a little country resort with a verticle probably no higher than 450 feet, but its home. Since I started riding Ive been buying every compilation I can find, whether its Mack Dawg, Abscinth, Thats It Thats All, More, or what have you, if its good snowboarding, I'll watch it. Especially Jeremy Jones, the All Mountain rider. He is seriously a badass, really look up to him; hes done so much for the sport its unbelievable. Currently I ride a 156 Rome Slash with 09' 390 bindings. Im attending Muscatine Community College currently, im majoring in Business, and plan to move out to Colorado or Utah and start my own Snowboard/Ski shop when I finish my Bachelors. I love 686 so if you notice any bias from me towards it thats why. I'll recommend 686 outerwear before basically any other brand. Also, I love Rome and have since I can remember first buying my board/bindings. They also make great boots too. But yeah, I also play table tennis, actually considering going Amateur in it. And I love writing reviews for gear and outerwear when I find the time. I plan on starting a Youtube Channel soon describing the basic essential purposes of specific types of jackets, pants, boots, boards, goggles, base layers, whatever it may be. I'll also go into detail about the differences and pros cons of specific types and differences between brands and their product quality. It will be up soon, after I finish a few videos I'll let you know the channel name. I like boardhouse, dogfunk, absolutesnow, and a few other channels, but for some reason it seems like its always really hard to find the shit I need, so Im creating my own. Anyways, thats the game.
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Old 11-30-2010, 03:41 AM   #1174 (permalink)
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Hello there...
My name is Nedim, 29, and I'm coming from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina (for those who are not sure where my country is located, I think the best thing would be to say that it's close to Italy). I've been regular visitor to this awesome forum for some time but signed in for account only few days ago.

I was planing to try snowboarding out for like 5-6 years, but none of my close friends were interested in hitting the slopes with me... last season I finaly flipped off, talked to a friend that I knew had a lot of snowboarding experience and after she said she'll show me the basics, I bought all the equipement I needed (yeah it was silly, but I was able to get my hands on some decent new board and bindings that wasn't too expensive: 130$ for the board + 65$ for bindings)...
Now I'm not sure it was the right move... I've heard people say no addiction is good thing

Damn, I've wasted at least 5 years of snowboarding...



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Old 11-30-2010, 09:52 AM   #1175 (permalink)
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Hola gents. Names Tyler, I'm 18, been snowboarding for 6 years, and i finally bought my first board this year. I live in Ohio, and do most of my boarding here at Mad River Mountain, though i've got some trips planned for Colorado and Quebec. My board is a 157 Ride Machete Wide with K2 Forumula bindings. I have yet to try her out though, but there's some snow expected here in the coming weeks, so with any luck we'll be out here boarding soon. Can't wait for this new season to start so me and my friends can get out and start filming. Most of the stuff we film is just messing around, something we think snowboarding is all about. For us it's a way to get in touch with nature, but also one of the best ways to hang out and spend our free time.

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Old 11-30-2010, 01:52 PM   #1176 (permalink)
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Hello there...
My name is Nedim, 29, and I'm coming from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina (for those who are not sure where my country is located, I think the best thing would be to say that it's close to Italy). I've been regular visitor to this awesome forum for some time but signed in for account only few days ago.

I was planing to try snowboarding out for like 5-6 years, but none of my close friends were interested in hitting the slopes with me... last season I finaly flipped off, talked to a friend that I knew had a lot of snowboarding experience and after she said she'll show me the basics, I bought all the equipement I needed (yeah it was silly, but I was able to get my hands on some decent new board and bindings that wasn't too expensive: 130$ for the board + 65$ for bindings)...
Now I'm not sure it was the right move... I've heard people say no addiction is good thing

Damn, I've wasted at least 5 years of snowboarding...



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Stuf Crusador 155
Crazy Creek D-Scent bindings
Crazy Creek A50 Boots
Awesome!! A fellow Bosnian! I have family in Tuzla, as well as Italy..Hahah we should shred next time I visit down there.
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Old 11-30-2010, 04:45 PM   #1177 (permalink)
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great, we will figure something out if you ever need some company on the slopes

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Awesome!! A fellow Bosnian! I have family in Tuzla, as well as Italy..Hahah we should shred next time I visit down there.
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Old 11-30-2010, 05:46 PM   #1178 (permalink)
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Hello from The Sunshine State. I grew up in Georgia, now live in Florida, and spent all the time in between in the southeast. After doing pretty everything possible on water, I decided it was time to give snowboarding a shot. I had always wanted to do it.

Finally took my first boarding trip to Tahoe last January and got hooked. I think Heavenly spoiled me. The place is HUGE. The east coast spots are going to be an interesting change I think. I'm looking to do a trip in December and another one out west in January.

I'm here to pick up tips, find some deals on gear, and read some stories.
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Old 12-01-2010, 09:36 AM   #1179 (permalink)
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Greetings fellow snowboarders! My name is Emil and I live in Sweden. Im 19 years old and been snowboarding since I was like 12 or so. Although I only get to strap on my board and ride the hell out of a mountain about 2 weeks per year (yea, I live in the southern parts) it's definitly the two most exiting weeks of the year! We got a local "mountain" in my city, it's about 60m high and got the worst lift i've ever been transported by, but it's still worth it!

Anyway, I have experiance from all big ski resorts in Sweden and even some from the alphs in Austria. Snowboarding is to me something godlike. I want to die on my snowboard, if I can still ride when im about a 100 years or so.

Thanks for an awesome forum!
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Old 12-01-2010, 11:09 AM   #1180 (permalink)
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I'm Alex, I'm 16, I love SnowBoarding, & also am a Freelance web designer, & own a Snowboarding community of my own. If you would like to know any more about it, Just send me a PM.
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