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BlueB

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About BlueB

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    Lord of the Ruts

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    http://www.blueb.biz

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  • Location
    Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Cypress Mountain, BC
  • Occupation?
    Designer
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Out of controll...
  • Current Boots Used?
    Dalbello CarveX
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    Carve: Snowpro Race, ~55/50, toe/heel lift;
    Freeride, pow, teach: F2 Carve RS/Proflex, ~45/30, toe/heel lift;
    Plate system: Plan-B (only occasionally)

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  1. Is this a black Proto with pointy nose? Want, want, want!
  2. BlueB

    FOR SALE

    Wowza, what a deal on the Diamond! Get'er Patrick!
  3. Yes, low angles only on those. Plastic is fantastic! I love my Carve RS and Proflex!
  4. The sacrifice to Ullr, 2019 edition: The last one on my old deck... Next year - a new venue!
  5. Hey Gord, good to hear from you! Are you going to ride with us this season? Yeah, great deals! Did they sell?
  6. I took a drive to Chilliwack today and the surounding peeks were white! That's a good enough reason to start this year's thread Hopefully not too long before we see the white stuff on our mountain too!
  7. Is the Stealth the wide, freeride/alpine board? I had one, it rode great untill I hit a big chunk of ice, where it delamed... Snowpros are great bindings, try them! Although I'm not too sure how low the angles can be set, because of the kidney bean holes in the plate.
  8. Once you've tuned the forward flex of your h/boots for low angle riding, which might be as simple as riding them in the walk mode or fiddling with the springs and tongues, the sideways flex needs to come from the bindings. I like the low stack, soft bindings, like Carve RS, Burton Carrier, even Race plates. The Carriers have about 3* built in inward canting which you seem to like. But you are a big guy, aren't you? Depends how much trust you have in plastic bindings... Maybe F2 Race?
  9. Awesome! Go for the Carve RS or ProFlex, for your style of riding, instead of the Titan Flex. They are cheaper, lower and softer bindings. You'd also love the Burton/Ibex bindings.
  10. No plate. Ride a different board (all-mountain) in pm chop and play the terrain features.
  11. Bennett front, Saismic stable rear. Wedge/dewedge to taste. Wroom, wroooom!
  12. Ride the setup that you already know well, but learn new things on it... Switch carving, jumps, etc...
  13. Sorry, I gave wrong email, or phone auto corrected it to .com. edit, it did it agsin to .ca, damn! It should be: .biz
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