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  1. #1 What board / binding are you riding this year? 
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    This year I am going to be using Rockered condors for 90% of my riding. I plan on doing a lot more cruising this season and side country.

    For park I retired the Slapdashes and will be using some DLP's.

    RVL*8 bindings on both pairs.

    what is everyone else rocking this season?

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    I wish i could say something unique....but im riding KTP's as usual.

    Maybe ill go crazy and mount them backwards this year!
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    I'll be on the Rockered Condors predominantly, but I'll probably also spend time on the KTP's and '96 Lines.

    For bindings, I'm sticking with my step-in Bombers. The setup has all the lateral rigidity that I need to control the wide boards, and I love the convenience of the step-in interface.
    RVL8 Condors - The Flex will be with me, always...until I break them

    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming... "WOW! WHAT A RIDE!!"
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    Spruce 120s and Blunts with riser/release bindings.
    In pursuit of Peace, Harmony and Flow.....
    Think Like a Mountain

    Boards ridden, some owned: Sherpas, Spruce 120 "STS", Blunts, DS110 custom prototypes, Rockered Condors, Revolts, DLPs, Summit Custom 110s, Summit Marauders, Head 94s, Raptor prototypes, Osprey prototypes.
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    For me this season's plan is:

    • 120s with Spruce Risers for general cruising (go to set-up)
    • 125LEs with Spruce Risers for powder and trips out West
    • Revolts with Bombers when just messing around with the kids or in the Park



    ... but .... I must try a pair of Blunts
    Boards:
    2016 Spruce tuned Head Jr. Caddys - 131cm
    2013 Spruce "CTS" 120s
    2010 Spruce "Yellow/Red" 120s
    2018 Spruce "CTS" Crossbows - 115cm
    2016 RVL8 Spliffs - 109cm
    2008 RVL8 Revolt "City" - 105cm
    2017 RVL8 Sticky Icky Icky - 104cm
    2011 Defiance Blades - 101cm
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    Blunts with TO binding. Or maybe my RCs. Then again, my 120s are calling . . . .

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    Sticky Icky Icky (go to dream board)
    Most everything else over time.
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    - Blunts w/ Receptors as much as possible
    - RCs w/ FF-Pros when there is powder
    - Everything else whenever I get the urge

    Skiboards:
    2013 Spruce Sherpas w/Tyrolia Peak 11s
    2015 RVL8 Blunt XLs w/Tyrolia Attack 13s
    2018 Spruce Crossbows w/Tyrolia Peak 11s
    2017 RVL8 Sticky Icky Ickys w/Tyrolia SX 10s


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    Salomon X-Pro 80

    Past boards: Salomon Snowblades, Line MNPs 89 & 98 cm, Five-Os, Bullets, Jedis, Spruce 120s, LE 125s, Ospreys
    Summit 110s, Nomads, Jades, RVL8 ALPs, BWPs, KTPs, Tanshos, Rockets, DLPs, Blunts, Condors, RCs, Revolts, Spliffs
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    KTPs & Receptors. I always tell myself I'll take some of my old boards out for a cruise, but that never seems to happen.
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    Blunts with the Technine LMP softbotts bindings
    RC's main hardboot ride , will also try the softboot setup on these
    125's -Groomer Crusing
    Sherpas-Big Powder days
    64 CM Bigfoots
    88 CM Blunts
    94 CM Head Big Easy (Friend loaners)
    100 CM '15 Blunt XL 2 pair
    110 CM Rockered Condors
    125 Spruce LE's
    130 CM Spruce Osprey
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    Blunts w/ receptors

    Ktp's w/ receptors

    125's because I have to give them another chance.


    I'm gonna get 45 days on the mountain this year if it kills me!
    33 down, 12 to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAN View Post
    Blunts with the Technine LMP softbotts bindings
    Like fitting a limiter to a funny car LOL



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    Sticky Icky Icky (go to dream board)
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    northwest side country= Sherpa's FTW
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    Revolts w/ receptors. I'm changing it up this year and trying out a spare set I have. I've always ridden bombers so it will be interesting to see the difference being lower on the board gives.

    Picked up a set of RC's this year after borrowing Tim's set last year. Fantastic floater boards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavrick View Post
    Revolts w/ receptors. I'm changing it up this year and trying out a spare set I have. I've always ridden bombers so it will be interesting to see the difference being lower on the board gives.

    Picked up a set of RC's this year after borrowing Tim's set last year. Fantastic floater boards.
    Welcome to the wonderful world of the Flex.
    RVL8 Condors - The Flex will be with me, always...until I break them

    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming... "WOW! WHAT A RIDE!!"
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    Slaps for the park.

    Jades for fun.

    Blunts for powder and everything else.

    Everything on Gold Line FF Pros.
    Just these, nothing else !

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