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  • #776803
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    I have been more than pleased on the 172 freeride. Briefly, I love the old rockered-shape, and it will still be ridden on really deep days, but the new shape is even better when steepness and variable conditions prevail. Not sure what else to say besides, It fucking rips!

    Kudos Daniel!

    go furberg yourself

    #776804
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    224 Posts

    furberg deserves a “sticky” at the top of the page along with voile, prior, and venture. Happy New Year!

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    #776805
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    Disclaimer: Full-blown furberg fanboi but have put dozens of riders on furbergs with only 3 naysayers….board designer of Weston, owner/rep of venture, and a cold smoke bro.

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    #776830
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    745 Posts

    That ^ is pretty funny.

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    #776938
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    224 Posts

    Welcome to Colorado, Taylor. I have some weekday access to Monarch. I would be stoked to get your opinion on the 172. A long-boarders review, if you will.

    Off topic, what’s up with the gun-toting ginger attempted-rapist deal at Monarch? I hope this kid is caught and/or given some serious slope-justice. My $ is on him being from within a 100-mile radius of DFW at 10 to 1, and the over at +250 miles from Amarillo. Go Ohio State!

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    #776975
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    745 Posts

    Thanks Perm. Colorado and its early snow is treating me right.

    Shredding and board testing sounds like a ton of fun. Shoot me a msg and we’ll sort dates. Later this month and beyond is best for my work schedule. Or I can come to WC on Saturdays.

    Yeah, the Sawatch sex offender. Let’s hope he gets caught.

    @sun_rocket

    #777038
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    Hey Permnation, can you describe the rocker profile on version 2.0 a bit? From the website it looks like camber with early rise tips but it’s a tad vague. Curious as to how it’s different from the previous version and how that affects powder performance. Many thanks.

    #777059
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    Shredding and board testing sounds like a ton of fun. Shoot me a msg and we’ll sort dates. Later this month and beyond is best for my work schedule. Or I can come to WC on Saturdays.

    Sounds good! Holiday madness is winding down. It’s been a good one. I’ll send a PM this week. Late this month will work for sure.

    Hey Permnation, can you describe the rocker profile on version 2.0 a bit? From the website it looks like camber with early rise tips but it’s a tad vague. Curious as to how it’s different from the previous version and how that affects powder performance. Many thanks.

    Thanks for your response. I just got done with a 10 day bender at the shop twisting DINs and have tomorrow off. A picture of 2 old models and 2 new models base to base will show the difference. It is camber between feet with early rise rocker at tips. I will post some comparison pics tomorrow.

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    #777150
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    new furberg freeride split 160 on left and old 173 on the right

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    #777153
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    #777185
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    Curious as to how it’s different from the previous version and how that affects powder performance. Many thanks.

    Hope the above pics help and show the difference in profiles of the old and new freeride models.

    Due to a slow snow year at Wolf Creek, my powder days have been limited, number-wise and terrain-wise. So far what I have experienced on the freeride 2.0 is just as good or better than the 1.0 when on a sustained pitch in soft conditions. The board is just “there” and capable of whatever the rider’s input may be. Both 1.0 and 2.0 have that feeling with the 2.0 more eager to gobble up vert down the fall line.

    We have some serious flat-management with lots of great lower angle meadow skipping between the goods. There is more float on the 1.0 with the big rocker in this style terrain. To help with this, I have sized up on the 2.0 to the 172 from mainly riding the 167. Currently 5’11” 183lbs 11 foot

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    #777227
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    224 Posts

    furberg camber profile

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    #777233
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    #777274
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    That’s quite a change between 1.0 and 2.0, thanks for the info and pics, that was what I was looking for. I already have an all round board that I like so am inclined more to the high float powder version. Time to keep an eye out on gearswap.

    Thanks Permnation.

    #777282
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    745 Posts

    Yeah, that’s more than a little bit of camber. I’d love to hear their rationale. As I’ve said before, the Furberg guys deserve the benefit of the doubt.

    @sun_rocket

    #777346
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    600 Posts

    @permnation That’s a really nice comparison shot up top. Now I want one! If I could juust get that grand in my bank account to ship one to my house.
    @taylor Don’t forget putting the two halves together doubles the look of the camber hight.
    On my screen, the camber was 2 1/2 cursor ‘arrows’ high and the slider puck was two ‘arrows’ high. That means t the camber is just over half the hight of the pucks.
    I don’t have my split with me at the moment but, pucks are ≈ 1 cm high; so we have ≈ 5 mm of camber hight. That’s less than any of my resort boards and on a par with my Fish.

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    #777350
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    5 mm of camber hight

    Hans, I measured 9mm, which gives 4.5mm of camber. If you factor in +/- .5mm, you are right on! Thanks for your input. Hope to hear you are on a furberg in the future.

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    #777351
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    Time to keep an eye out on gearswap.

    I am keeping mine, but there are some 167s and 173s on ebay.

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    #777358
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    224 Posts

    bump for Gecko thread

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    #777360
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    745 Posts

    re: camber, good point

    @sun_rocket

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