@cj Not recently active ActivityProfileFriends 0Groups 0ForumsMedia 0 PersonalMentionsFavoritesFriendsGroups Show: — Everything — Updates rtMedia Updates Friendships New Groups Group Memberships Group Updates Posts Comments Topics Replies cj replied to the topic Splitboarding with AT guys ?… in the forum Splitboard Talk Forum 14 years, 6 months ago Break some trail for them and they will start to love the “highway” you are breaking. Then practice the transition, don’t screw around and then wait while they have to chip the ice out of their Dynafits. When you then float down slope in waist deep pow it will be to the sound of “Ohhhhh Ahhhhh” and even the most hardcore AT’ers will be green with…[Read more] cj replied to the topic Best Powder Board? in the forum Splitboards 15 years, 1 month ago Just spent another 7 days with 1.2m of new snow. The riding has just been phenomenal. (I have probably just cursed myself and will not get another powder day for years) Stiffness – even though I have my bindings set as far back as possible the mtn gun still likes to nose dive in powder mainly due to the stiffness. So my next board will definitely…[Read more] cj replied to the topic Broken Voile Slider Plate in the forum Splitboards 15 years, 8 months ago Kudos to Voile on their excellent warranty service. It went beyond what was expected. Thanks. cj replied to the topic Broken Voile Slider Plate in the forum Splitboards 15 years, 11 months ago Hi DJ, thanks for the response. I think it is great that suppliers take an interest in the forums. I am not sure that I would change the tracks I would look more at the climbing block. In the current design the tab is definitely the weak spot but making it beefier is probably not the answer. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it but it is broke so a fix…[Read more] cj replied to the topic Broken Voile Slider Plate in the forum Splitboards 16 years ago I have 70-80 days on the board. The abuse certainly comes when peak bagging on wind hammered snow but really 70-80 days is not that much. I will see what I can do to scrounge up a digital camera for some pics.