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Old 10-22-2013, 09:47 AM   #2111 (permalink)
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Hey guys and gals. Just got on here the other day to try and sell some gear and prepare for the upcoming season. I have been snowboarding for 15 years and working in the snow/skate industry for 9 of those 15 years. Originally from Chicago, I moved to Mammoth for a couple seasons out of high school and after being back in Chicago for about 5 years after that. I now reside in SLC, mainly riding the cottonwood canyons and doing a little bit of splitting.

I'm definitely looking forward to killing some time on this site while I'm not on the mountain this winter.
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Old 10-23-2013, 09:05 PM   #2112 (permalink)
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Hello! I've been going crazy waiting for the season to start so I have gone into overdrive for all things snowboarding. I'm from north Idaho and I just started boarding again after 7 years this last season(Much regret that I've waited this long) and looking forward to swapping stories or just plain bs'n with fellow boarders.
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Old 10-24-2013, 05:04 AM   #2113 (permalink)
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Live in NYC, take charter buses to mountains, couple trips to Oregon, come from a Surf/Skate background, Int-Adv rider, stoked to be here!
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Old 10-24-2013, 06:33 AM   #2114 (permalink)
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Hi, my name is Carl, i'm 25 and live in Lancashire in the UK.
I am just getting into snowboarding after wanting to for years. I keep stumbling upon the forum so decided to sign up as its already helped me out a lot after reading through some posts
Hey man. Have you been to the Chill Factore before?
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Old 10-24-2013, 12:34 PM   #2115 (permalink)
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Hey man. Have you been to the Chill Factore before?
Hey, i've been in, haha. I plan on going for a lesson shortly, there are some dry slopes closer so i am going to have a couple of lessons there first (first this Sunday). Do you go often?
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Old 10-25-2013, 03:04 PM   #2116 (permalink)
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Hello all!

My name is Dwayne, I'm 43 (older than most here!) but I'm still more or less a beginner because I live in Oklahoma and there's no damned snow in this god forsaken state. But luckily, I have lots of family in Colorado and try to go when I can. I plan on moving to Colorado Springs as soon as I can. I have only been to Breckenridge, Purgatory and Wolf Creek. Wolf Creek is my favorite due to the amount of snow they always have. They have had tons of fresh powder every time I've been.
I'm headed back to Wolf Creek this coming January, and taking my girlfriend (the love of my life!) and her family so have been buying new (or good used) gear as fast as I can because rental equipment sucks, and because I DO plan on moving ASAP anyway...

I have injured my left knee/ACL several times, so I got a POD MX K300 knee brace this time and I think it's going to work great to protect my knee and keep it from twisting. I don't do jumps or anything crazy. Keep in mind, I'm old and still somewhat of a noob.

I joined the forum to hopefully learn more about a sport I love and maybe make a few new friends.
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:40 AM   #2117 (permalink)
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Hi everyone!

My name is Tony. I have been snowboarding for 18 years. I ride primarily at a resort near the Canadian border in northern Minnesota. I'm a certified level II A.A.S.I. instructor. We get a lot of clients from the Mpls./St.Paul area and also Winnepeg, B.C.
I enjoy teaching people of all ages. You never know what they say or do.
Our resort is near a river so if it get's cold -we have snow!!!!!!!!!
Hope to meet new people on this forum.
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Old 10-27-2013, 08:03 AM   #2118 (permalink)
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Hey, i've been in, haha. I plan on going for a lesson shortly, there are some dry slopes closer so i am going to have a couple of lessons there first (first this Sunday). Do you go often?
I was at the RNCM, which meant that I'd go fairly frequently, yeah!
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Old 10-27-2013, 08:31 AM   #2119 (permalink)
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Hi everyone!

My name is Tony. I have been snowboarding for 18 years. I ride primarily at a resort near the Canadian border in northern Minnesota. I'm a certified level II A.A.S.I. instructor. We get a lot of clients from the Mpls./St.Paul area and also Winnepeg, B.C.
I enjoy teaching people of all ages. You never know what they say or do.
Our resort is near a river so if it get's cold -we have snow!!!!!!!!!
Hope to meet new people on this forum.
Welcome! Is that Lutsen, or farther north?
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Old 10-27-2013, 09:27 AM   #2120 (permalink)
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Question Hello From the Queen City

Hey everyone my name is Heath and I'm from the Queen City Cincinnati, OH. I'm new on here and I'm hoping that I can find some information pertaining to a snowboard that I've been holding onto for years. Long story short, my dad used to work for this company as a design engineer making various displays for retail customers and one day he brought home this snowboard from work. This was back in the ohhh......I want to say mid-late 90's and I've been holding onto it ever since. It's made a lovely wall fixture in my bedroom over the years, but now I want to actually try and use it. I've searched around the web in hopes of finding some information about it, but can't find anything. Its a Full Tilt snowboard, but all I can find out about the company is that they are a ski boot manufacturer. Was this a new market the company tried to venture into back then and then quit? Was this just a prototype for the company? Did Full Tilt ever manufacture snowboards? Like I said, I've searched everywhere it seems and can't find anything about this snowboard I have. If anyone knows anything about it and could help me out I would greatly appreciate it I took some picks also and could post them on here if need be. Thanks in advance!
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