#1
So, the snowboarding season is comming up in about a month and a bit and I was wondering if any of you snowboarded, what gear you have, and what mountians you mostly go to.

For me:

Gear:
Burton: Bullet snowboard.
http://www.burton.com/Gear/Default.aspx#/mens/boards/productDetail/70003/B80061051
(Need it for my Wide ass feet

K2: Cinch CTX bindings . Those things are amazing!
http://www.k2snowboards.com/bindings/binding.asp?productid=26

Ride: Orion boots (size 13 :p )
http://www.ridesnowboards.com/boots/boot.asp?ProductID=45

Oakley: Wisdom (Jet Black w/ Fire Lens) Goggles
http://oakley.com/pd/view_large/3024

Mountains:
Sunshine Village
http://www.skibanff.com/

Lake Louise
http://www.skilouise.com/

Canada Olympic Park
http://www.canadaolympicpark.ca/Summer.asp

Kimberley
http://www.skikimberley.com/

I am getting a season pass to Sunshine Village and Lake Louise (comes in a package) and one to C.O.P. (hopefully)
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Last edited by Dimebag22 at Sep 14, 2007,
#2
i don't anymore but one of my friends does all the time...she actually just got back from a snowboarding trip in New Zealand...she's rich as hell...
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#4
I work at Liberty Mountain in Pennsylvania. Its pretty cool but I've never been big on snowboarding. I can ski a little, and Ive gone out snowboarding once and came home with a bruised ass because of falling a lot...
#5
i got a solomon prospect ltd.

(far left)

technine classic binders.



and vans mantra boots.


i like to kick it at kimberly, and jasper and powderking.
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#6
hey i have a snowboarding group set upi but noone joined i just figured there werent many ug'ers thats snowboarded go to my groups in my profile and join it

anyhoo,

Board: Santa Cruz Largo Death Angel (hard to get decent wide boards, stupid feet )

Bindings: Ride LX 2005

Boots: Vans Encore Boas 06 (honestly i'll never go back to laces, boas are just way too easy )

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#7
K Joined.

Wide feet suck eh? I had to get the Bullet because of these monsters.
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#9
I've been a few times on holiday in a fridge (I think that's the right term, yes? Indoor real snow?) - I really enjoy it and I'm hoping I might be able to do it more often when I go to uni next year, I'm hoping to get near a few dry slopes and a fridge, and be about 70 miles from a mountain slope.

Being in the UK, snow's not so easy to come by
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#10
I ski but I wanted to try snowboarding. it was nice but i broke my wrist and i didnt like it as much as skiing.. but I would like to try it again.
#11
Quote by Thecla
I ski but I wanted to try snowboarding. it was nice but i broke my wrist and i didnt like it as much as skiing.. but I would like to try it again.

Once you get good at boarding it's really fun.

Quote by JamieB
I've been a few times on holiday in a fridge (I think that's the right term, yes? Indoor real snow?) - I really enjoy it and I'm hoping I might be able to do it more often when I go to uni next year, I'm hoping to get near a few dry slopes and a fridge, and be about 70 miles from a mountain slope.

Being in the UK, snow's not so easy to come by

If you ever get the chance to come to Canada or the US try going outdoors. It's tones of fun. I've never boarded indoors but at the top of these mountains the view is spectacular. Plus, you get the fresh powder

I was boarding in knee deep powder and it was the most fun thing I've done in a long time.
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day
You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town
Waiting for someone or something to show you the way