Joined: Tue Nov 16, 2004 3:45 am Posts: 123 Location: San Juan Islands, WA
Smokin' Snowboards 172 (Smokin' Jay Quintins compay)for everyday, super stiff, long radius.
Rode Arbor A-Frame/S-Series 170's for years, still ride one at least once a week.
Powder days I've been riding the swallowtails
168 O-Sin, Still a fun board
185 Rossi Undertaker, nice and stiff, carves real nice
176 '07 Prior Powstick, new narrow real flexible nose,flexes and rides over everything.
I know my Arbor boards only seem to last about one season of hard riding before they start losing thier camber, they still ride nice, but don't have the pop of a new board.
Steepwater Plow 171 with Ride Spi bindings for pretty much everything. Great board, it can handle anything.
Ride Nation 168 rock board. I stopped buying Rides because they rarely made it through a season. But their bindings rock.
I also have a F2 Lancelot 164 swallowtail. great board, but its a little to short for me.
And when there is absolutly nothing else to do, I have a Capita Unorthodox for screwing around in the park. But that doesnt happen very often.
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Joined: Tue Feb 14, 2006 8:36 am Posts: 65 Location: Middle America
'03 Solomon Forecast 159
all around great knows what I'm gonna do before I do it, suprisingly strong and FAST!
'99 Sims Descender 166
Rock board, fricking tank I need to put on about another 20 lbs to really be in control.
Joined: Sun Mar 12, 2006 6:40 pm Posts: 735 Location: Seattle
Sims Descender 166 - Rock Board
Sims FR600 166 or a Burton Fish 160 - Depending on the day either
Sims Burner 167 - When I feel like laying down some carves
Sims Burner 188 - When I feel like laying down bigger carves (this one doesn't get ridden very often.
Joined: Fri Nov 19, 2004 8:41 pm Posts: 1619 Location: Santa Cruz, CA
- Burton BMC 162 ('04 I think?). Great all around board, but I beat the crap out of the heel edge so it's becoming a rock board.
- Burton FL Project 162 ('99). Super light ("FL" stands for "F***ing Light"), stiff, and great all-around shape. Nice in the steeps. If I'm not taking the split in the bc (I know, I know...) I'm taking this one. That guy who wrote the approach ski article in Backcountry should try one of these for his yo-yo sessions. Too bad they don't make these anymore. I guess the Custom X would probably be the closest?
- Old Burton Air ('95?) 160. Still works. Made it up and down Shasta 8 years ago.
- One pair of Burton P1 Carbon bindings that go on whatever board I'm riding (including the split).