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post #321 of 3070 (permalink) Old 10-09-2008, 12:04 PM
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Welcome new members. Agreed, click in bindings were never cool, but I thought they were very convenient when I started boarding. Then I bought my own gear and thought to myself "why the hell does anyone use click in bindings?".
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post #322 of 3070 (permalink) Old 10-09-2008, 02:24 PM
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Yea right the clickin bindings were always a pain and not really convenient. maybe at teh start of the day when you fisrt stepped into them. after your first run they were so caked with shit and when you went to put that rear foot back in they wouldn't latch to the boot. Uber gay..

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I will admit I also rocked a set of K2 Klicker bindings. I just thought they were the hot stuff at the time. looking back now I realize just how foolish I really was.
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Step-ins were the best thing going back in the day late 90's maybe in to 2001 I know they are not cool because I went back to straps I actualy had my front foot "un click" on a good size jump the landing was not pretty to make a long story short I bought straps bindings the next day. Any one heard of DBX before
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post #325 of 3070 (permalink) Old 10-19-2008, 09:38 PM
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Adam Drover, from Newf, Canada.
I'm 19 and been riding for 4 ish years. I ride a GNU Street Series with Custom bindings and Burton Ruler Rasta boots. I'm tryin to find myself an old Street Dweller on Ebay to dick around on, but to no such luck.
post #326 of 3070 (permalink) Old 10-19-2008, 10:01 PM
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Notice the capitalization....so you admit "Upstate NY" is a seperate state!? Hillbillies! All Hillbillies!


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Hey everybody- been boarding since the 80's. still have my first ride- Kemper 165the fluroescent pink blue and green on my board matched my jacket and pants. Man was I cool back then!!
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Hi everybody!

My name is Jeb and I'm a 46 year old gigolo from Nebraska. I really don't know nothin about snowboarding but I do love rest stops and cruising the truck stop parking lots. I have been known to frequent Ski Patrol bathrooms if that counts?


I always see you guys chatting about fashion and what not so here is what I like to wear: Cut-off wrangle jeans with sleeveless flannel shirts. I don't know what all this "Boa" talk is but usually I see it in the parts where yall are talkin' bout them fancy snowboard boots. I prefer British Knights with white tube socks, now that's the cats meow. Purrrr

I want to get away from the life I've been living and pick up a new hobby. I figured this would be a good start.

Yall could take me to the mountain and show me how to get on that crazy board and do those fabulous tricks. And I aint scared of fallin' cause I've been puttin' powder up my nose for years.

Any takers?
post #329 of 3070 (permalink) Old 10-28-2008, 12:46 AM
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I always see you guys chatting about fashion and what not so here is what I like to wear: Cut-off wrangle jeans with sleeveless flannel shirts. I don't know what all this "Boa" talk is but usually I see it in the parts where yall are talkin' bout them fancy snowboard boots. I prefer British Knights with white tube socks, now that's the cats meow. Purrrr
Total hotness!

I'm Mag, and I'm new-ish to boarding. When I moved from ON to BC last year I noticed everyone beating a path up into the mountains every weekend and tagged along. Got 25 days in my first year! Yow! Suffice it to say, I'm totally hooked. And if I had it my way, every slope would be covered with Jebs in sleeveless logger plaid and acid wash jeans.
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Total hotness!

I'm Mag, and I'm new-ish to boarding. When I moved from ON to BC last year I noticed everyone beating a path up into the mountains every weekend and tagged along. Got 25 days in my first year! Yow! Suffice it to say, I'm totally hooked. And if I had it my way, every slope would be covered with Jebs in sleeveless logger plaid and acid wash jeans.
Sweet Zombie Jesus
I'll stick with my baggy white snowboarding pants and the fleece layers.
Cheers to the crowd of snowboarders that is willing to wear cutoffs in the pow.

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