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*Ace*

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About *Ace*

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    Skwal Master

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  • Website URL
    http://www.figmentoriginal.com/aceskwal

Details

  • Location
    CT
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Ski Sundown, Berkshire East, Arapahoe Basin
  • Occupation?
    Owner/Manager @ The North House
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Ace Skwal 175cm
    Ace Skwal Green Mountain Proto 165cm
    Thias Skwal: Easy Jungle 165, Guepard GS 183cm
    Virus: Chimera 175cm, Executor 203cm
    Atomic Radon CT 164cm
    Madd Twin Tip 158cm
  • Current Boots Used?
    2008 UPZ RC10 27-27.5(Fintec)
    Arcane
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    Bomber TD2s & TD3 Skwal Stepin
    Goofy and steep
    Quicksilver Arcane Stepin
  • Snowboarding since
    1994
  • Hardbooting since
    1994

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  1. Most guys seem to be there Saturday or Sunday. I like to roll midweek morning/afternoon.
  2. *Ace*

    Bend it....

    Never Summer ads from back in the day. Found on the Never Summer Facebook page.
  3. *Ace*

    Bend it....

    @lake effect mike
  4. If you are ordering from Donek this is what they recommend. https://www.donek.com/custom-graphics-guidance/
  5. New for 2019 is the Super Mitten Shell! Someone was looking for the link to the Thor Snow Raider site and while finding it I saw that a new model has been released! Check them out here! http://thorsnowgloves.com/
  6. Looks like UPZ just released a shock absorber for the Intec heel system. See the link below for details. http://xyz-net.ocnk.net/product/720 Thoughts?
  7. I feel like on my Thias Skwal Easy Jungle I make 40 turns per pitch!
  8. Heading up today to make some turns with friends. Keep an eye out for the guy on the Skwal wearing the neon one piece.
  9. I was at Butternut this past Tuesday after not riding there for about 20 years and was very pleased. The snow was in great condition after the storm and the groomers did an excellent job making it smooth. The terrain there is indeed mellower then what I typically ride but the trails have lots of mounds and undulations that make it very fun to play around on a small board. The lift ticket price is only $25 midweek so there is a lot of appeal there too. I will definitely be back!
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