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PostPosted: Wed Mar 12, 2008 9:17 am 
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rms, thanks, been collecting over some time. Sell one here, buy one there. I probably am like most here who could count at least 30-40 boards lifetime, wish I still had some of the older ones now. They would be good for a nostalgia ride, retro day or just living room art like your asym.

I see some bike cameos too, I was going to put mine in too, but I could not fit my four road bikes, one mountian bike, wife's roadie and mtn and two kiddie trikes in the shot.

Great looking quiver that can deliver about anything you want. I never rode an omen but heard they really are nice rides.

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Mojo 171 / ST 178 / C-Split 165 / DIY Johan 162
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wow mumbles, quite the family gear/quiver collection, :thatrocks:

my quiver: L>R
K2 Comet 157, 1st board now retired to loaner status due to delam issues.
Nitro 158, resort board
Burton S-Series 162, new splitty def getting stoked on it :D
Burton Asym-Air 163, living room art
Burton Omen 163, great pow board and now relegated to boot-pack days.
Never Summer T5 165, big gun for big pow, big lines, and getting my yaya's

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2008 3:45 pm 
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Adding my quiver pic (note Jon Dahl's Nitro 181 Swallowtail here since he could not post it himself, now if I can only get a day deep enough to try it out)

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From Left to Right:
Burton Chicklet 111 (4 year old ripper)
Oxygen Divine 144 (Wife)
Burton Feelgood 149 (Wife)
Morrow Dimension 153 (Wife)
Burton Wire 162 (My "carver" but wife rides it in deep POW)
Burton BMC 162 (My all around board)
Burton Supermodel 174 (My deep board, but I have been riding it a lot more for everything)
Voile Mojo 171 Split (looks bigger than that burton 174)
Burton Custom 165 Split (keeping the burton interface alive)
Burton Johan 163 DIY Split (the last of three of these that I have had)

Packs:
BD Anarchist Avalung 42L
Dakine Poacher 30L ?
Dakine Heli Pro 20L
Dakine Heli Pack 14L
One Ball Jay Ecto Pack 5L

Helmets for all, boots for just about everything. Bindings are plates, burton step ins, clicker step ins, rome targa and flow nxt fx (which are the best board to boot to body union I have ever ridden)

I need a spit swallowtail...anyone? I also sould get a shorter wider resort board for learning how to ride switsh and maybe even learn how to huck a bit of air.

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Mojo 171 / ST 178 / C-Split 165 / DIY Johan 162
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Location: powder central, bc, canuckistan
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 Post subject: kids stuff
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2008 12:16 pm 
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Eco, the kids boards are all spoken for, I do have some strap bindings (older) that will be parted with, also maybe a size 7 girls boot/Switch binding setup. ALL the girls want Flows! The Burton Chopper 95 will be the training board for my 5yo grandson. Gotta take him out soon, too.

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Your boards are awesome, Jon. You interested in selling any kid's board w/ set-ups?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 9:53 pm 
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This is last years quiver pic. The blue Nitro 178 swallowtail was sold, as was the not pictured 188 Nitro (to refried). It has been replaced by a Nitro 181 Sabre that mumbles is going to test ride. Added to this is my 192 Rad-Air Tanker, and a 156 Rad-Air Vessel. The black 160 and the 153 slalom boards also sold. And a 167 Airwalk migrated home week before last....seems like I sell one or two, and add more. This is a disease! Kids boards on the right(theres more of them, too).

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I have to apologize I have been on a posting high since I learned this picture thing. I'll run out of things to share pretty soon. I had to go way back to find this topic.

A rider must equip to rip.
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L to R. First DIY 51/50 164 with my mtneering set-up, Second DIY done last year Sapient 163 w/ my jib set-up, Sapient, 163 same model newer year, and an old nitro 159 I use for late spring/summer ascents.
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Every Utah splitty must represent.
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Can you tell I am proud to represent. Cali raised but damn I love these Utah MTNs
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Still worth going out. I'd do it again tomorrow if I wasn't working all day.


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i'm scared to ask...
how was the snow? i haven't been out since friday...


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Thanks Karma. I wish they were getting as much use as they did last year. Actually put the skis on and went to Deer Valley last weekend while friends were in town. I did just get back from riding the Voile. Spent some time in Beartrap today.


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Nice collection of swallowtails Quota!


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They all get ridden regularly except for the 2 Winterstick swallowtails. I had to throw them in anyway. The smaller Winterstick has never been ridden. Looks too pretty hanging up on the wall. Could use another pair of soft bindings though.
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