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  1. Hello everyone. the summer season is in full swing and I hope you enjoy it to the fullest. For me it's time to put my demo sale online. Most of them have not taken more than 2 days of use. They are all between 9/10 and 9.9 / 10 on the general condition. If a board interests you communicate with me by private message only. I will send you photos of the board that interests you. The buyer pays the transport costs. There is no deal left. Bonjour a vous tous. la saison estivale bat son plein et J'espère que vous en profitez au maximum. Pour moi c'est le temps de mettre en ligne ma vente de démo. Ils ont pour la plupart pas plu de 2 Jours d'utilisation . Ils sont tous entre 9/10 et 9.9/10 sur la condition génerale. Si Un Board vous interesse communiqué avec moi par message privé uniquement. Je vous ferai parvenir des photos du board qui vous interesse. L'acheteur paye les frais de transport. Il y a des deal a ne pas laisse passé. RACING -185 GS w/c hard (12/21m) waist 19.7 -185 GS w/c medium (12/21m) waist 19.7 -180 GS w/c medium (12/19m) waist 20.5 -162 SL w/c medium (7/12m) waist 19.5 -157 SL w/c medium (7/11m) waist 18.9 820$Can or 620$USD each CARVING -177 FC kevlar medium (9/12m) waist 19.0 -177 FC kevlar medium (9/12m) waist 19.0 -185 FC kevlar (13/21m) waist 22.9 -169FC kevlar medium (9/13m) waist 19.2 KEVLAR= 550 $Can or 410 $USD -175 Bulat fiberglass Hard (13,3m) waist 23.0 320$ Can or 250 $USD -175 Bulat titanal hard (13,3m) waist 23.0 -175 Wide titanal soft (12/16m) waist 21.2 TITANAL= 730 $Can or 550 $USD BORDER CROSS -165 BX med kevlar (10/15m) waist 24.5 -158 BX med kevlar (8/13m) waist 24.5 -154 BX med kevlar(7/12m) waist 24.5 KEVLAR= 550 $Can or 410 $USD -145 BX med fibergass (8/15m) waist 24.5 320$ Can or 250 $USD FREESTYLE 162 FS hard (10/12m) waist 25.2 (for big guy or agressive soft boot carver) 550$ Can or 415 $USD Bindings not include...
  2. A little run on one of my Fullbag longboards, specificaly tuned for carving. We filmed this at sunset, late last fall, after an afternoon of slalom skateboard practice. First experiment filming with an iPhone on a gimbal. It was cold, sub zero celcius, thus the winter jacket and snowboard helmet. I will try to add more little clips of pavement carving on skateboards in this thread, once in a while.
  3. Swoard Extremecarver 3rd generation 168cm Medium flex. $400CAD + shipping or best offer (was about $300USD when I wrote this post) Excellent condition, as I have only used it on rare occasions on perfect groomers early in the morning. It's been sitting in my locker for a few years, so it's time for me to get rid of it.
  4. pcABQ

    ABQ carving

    i have moved from denver to albuquerque, and i want to get out some info on carving from ABQ. 6 months ago i would have had trouble locating ABQ ona map; now i iive here -- quite happily. first item: ski sante fe. has a nice, local feel. no fast chairs. excellent grooming and solid carving. updates to follow.
  5. This thread will be for reviews and the specs of the boards only. Any sort of flaming will be reported to moderators. Keep that type of stuff in that other thread, please. I'll copy/paste and maybe merge some of the old posts here. Test riders, feel free to write your reviews here.
  6. First of all, this is a review thread. Use it for test ride comments and civilized discussion. If you want to flame, use "some prototypes" thread in the carving section... Intro: This was designed to be an ultimate freeride/carver for hardboots, or softies for those who like very forward angles. The inspiration for this board came from few excellent, yet not perfect, alpine free ride boards that me and few local riders have tried and frrm versatility of modern slalom boards (OES SL included). For few years I tried to convince Alexey that he needed this type of board in his lineup and that we possibly could redesign one of the existing boards to fit the bill. However, now he decided to develop it from scratch - new molds, new geometry. I've designed the geometry (so blame it on me if it didn't work), while the core thickness and construction I left to Alexey. Specs: Length: 167 Waist: 23 SCR: 8-10 Flex: M, S and XS, for now. Construction: Kevlar composite, wood core Weight: 3.9 kg, the heaviest M The sidecut goes high up into the decambered nose, creating heavy taper (less decamber at the tail). However, there's almost no taper at the contact points, flat running. I'm hoping to achieve the best of both worlds this way - carveability and float in pow. The prototypes are here!
  7. KIDQWIK

    Burton Primes

    L-R. 6.0/180S, a 64, a 6.7, and a 7.3/180S. I can send more photos of specific boards. $120 each plus shipping. PayPal family and friends.
  8. The 177 FC is a special board. The nose is big for a carving board. When you bent the board in the turn, the curve continue perferctly in the curve on the nose and the edge get bigger.You can test that by sitting on snow and push on borad. It is like a variable edge size , if it is possible? When you go flat the contact edge is smaller than when you turn on the edge by pushing. Maniability at flat and longer edge grip when you turn, this is for me a very interresting concept for a carving board, and radius 9-12 short radius. The result of this concept, is the board turn very short in carving for a 177 , and maniable board at flat, but the big surprise is the possibility to carve at higher edge inclinations in wet snow. That is the first board that allows me to carve almost in wet snow like in middle hard snow. And for me it is a revolution.Never i was able to me to do that wich an other board so easely. For me I find at ent the solution to carve at the end of the season, so i can now carve carve carve until the last days. This board is a big discovery, a very interresting concept, and the solution to finish the season by carving no matter if the snow is wet and high temperature. If you have a probleme on wet snow !!!!!!
  9. It's that time of the year again! Local h/botters gathered again for BBQ sacrifice to Ullr. Numbers were a bit down, due to many members being away. Never the less we had good time. May the snow be with us!
  10. Burton Wind. Size 25.5 to 27 boot shell. Comes with 2 sets of Intuition liners. There is a crack on the left tongue and on the right tongue... does not affect the integrity of the boot. Other than that, they are in really good shape. $150 CAN obo, buyer pays shipping.
  11. Been using the Thirst 8RW this season for GS racing and carving this season. This season is my first racing Slalom and Giant Slalom, I have been riding soft boot racing boards for the last decade. I have ridden all the super expensive boards out there, I even regretfully own a couple of them. The first day I rode the Thirst 8RW it held a better edge than any of my other boards. Every time I go out on the 8RW I find a new gear and I go faster than the time before. I raced the 8RW on Presidents day at White Pass in a GS race. I won two gold medals and the Thirst board was amazing! I would race this board at any level of competition. I qualified for Nationals at Copper Mtn. I hope to go but I'm still trying to figure out if I can. The Thirst board that I'm borrowing has more power than my Donek and holds a better edge than my Kessler. If your wanting a high end board with a ton of power the 8RW is the one.
  12. hi guys, recently I have decided to learn how to snowboard and I have a old snowboard like 10 years old but it's a racing snowboard. It's Fanatic brand, 180cm (5.9). I'm 186cm. I am using the ski boots from my ski but they are not very good fitting my legs. If you can see it in the picture, it looks like they are loose at the top. (they are fitted on maximum but there is a lot of space for my hand to freely enter the space) I was reading this forum for a while and I understand that I shouldn't be using the ski boots for snowboard. My question is: is there any good boot what I can use on the snowboard and also for skiing? Or, because I am just a beginner, should I buy some board with the soft bindings? Also, I tried a freestyle snowboard with a soft binding, but the shoe (it was from a rental) was a loose at the top. Shouldn't be the shoe firm on the top? thanx for your advices .)
  13. Ciao Carvers Here is some strong suggestion for your next winters holiday planning ;-) Next season (10.&11. March 2018) me and my crew will carry out our Moon&Carve Session for the first time. It takes place at the wintersports area Elsigen-Metsch which is the raceboarders Mekka in the canton of Berne, Switzerland. You will find more information on our emerging event homepage: http://moon-and-carve-en.weebly.com It would be a pleasure to have you with us as participants or supporter. Best regards & ride hard nextcarve PS: Share the news, like us on Facebook
  14. I had the pleasure of a lesson with @Eric Brammer aka PSR on Sunday. He spent a couple of hours working on my technique, developed originally in Switzerland in the 90s. Plug for Eric - he is a great teacher, technical and able to focus on fine detail and impart insights and suggestions that are meaningful and helpful. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking to improve their carving skills. After the lesson I documented as much of what I could remember from the lesson as possible as working notes and a reference for the future. At risk of opening a technique debate I thought that I would share here in case anyone else would find this helpful. Any errors below are mine not Eric's. Brian General Initiate turns moving shoulders in a gentle arc left and forward, back and center, right and forward (in practice imagine a tray across the hands with glasses on that should stay stable) Upper body relaxed Moving shoulders across the board pulls the hips across, moving board onto edge In a tight turn if the nose hooks compensate by dropping the shoulder outside of the turn Each turn is divided into 3 arcs: Initiation, compression, transition In transitions lift and lead with the front foot Use 'counting' (or metronome like tempo) to pace your turn’s arcs, so that you can 'play with' the fall-line by how far you arc a turn Body posture: for relaxed riding, body is higher, allowing for easier recovery in times of need; for intense riding body is crouched, less room for error - aim for a point in between. When it's steeper: lower + looser usually wins the day (ie, the more relaxed you can be) Initiation phase: toeside turn Move shoulders forward and outside the toeside Push down with front toes Move from knee forward and over second toe ·Look over toeside shoulder to check nobody approaching then look to point where you want to end the turn Compression phase: toeside Push down with back toes Move back knee down towards the snow Move center of weight backwards between feet Push away from the board with both feet evenly To tighten the carve push back knee towards front knee decambering the board (but, by the time you are coming 'across' the hill, the rear knee should be 'levered' such that it's over the Center toe, so don't 'get stuck' with knees too close to each other) Transition phase: toeside Move shoulders back and to center of board Lift front toes and twist foot towards heel Move front knee over little toe Unweight board by lifting both knees towards your body Initiation phase: heelside turn Move shoulders forward and outside the heelside Lift front toes and push toes towards heelside Move back knee forward and over big toe (but be 'lifting' the toes, too) Look up to check nobody approaching then look to point where you want to end the turn Compression phase: heelside Push down with front heel Move back knee down towards the snow (front knee may also contribute in this motion, but is a 'soft' move, usually) Move center of weight backwards between feet Push away from the board with both feet evenly To tighten the carve lift toes and push back knee towards front knee decambering the board Transition phase: heelside Move shoulders back and to center of board Start lifting front foot Move back knee over little toe (Briefly! Don't get 'behind' the board) Unweight board by lifting both knees towards your body
  15. Hello carver !! Winter is upon us and the CSQ2018 at le Relais du Lac Beauport ( QUEBEC,Canada) http://www.skirelais.com/en/ in the suburbs of Quebec city for a 5th year. To start this is not an official but unofficial évent... due to a question of insurance. for this edition following the request of the participants, the activity will over two days (Saturday and Sunday) 27/28 January 2018. Just register in Québec post (no cost or obligation) and tell me the date you would enjoy, it can also be the 2. It will help me to fix the réservation at the beautiful restorant "Archibald Brewers https://www.archibaldmicrobrasserie.ca/index.php/fr/nos-restaurants.html saturday night. There will also be the opportunity to test SWOARD boards during the day !! An opportunity not to be missed. (G4 168M - 168M PRO - PRO 168h - PRO 175M) For accommodation there is plenty of nice hotel nearby. for more information do not hesitate to contact me and in addition ...the exchange rate CAN/USD Will be very favorable? More info to come.
  16. FYI, NES dates this year are set for Jan 12-14, 2018. More details coming soon.
  17. The Oes 178 wide is a very comfortable board. You need a bit of speed to turn, because the camber, then the board turn very easely. The grip is fantastic, the board is so comfortable, you do not have the impression of a technic board You can vary the radius very easy without much power, its a real plaisure. But you need to know to ride, comfortable do not mean beginner board.It is a big board with camber not for beginner. A medium level is required and you can already have big fun with this board. The advantage of this board is that you can ride with great grip, radical turn, super carving and great pleasure without getting tired fast. So you will be able to ride longer. If you want a big board, powerful but not too tiring, this board is an exelente candidate. A fantastic carving machine
  18. If you're looking at this you probably know all about the legendary quality and performance of Donek snowboards. Each 'board is custom built IN THE U.S.A. Sadly, I moved away from the Tahoe area the year I bought this (2014), so it has never been ridden. I paid $790 for this 'board with shipping; and the 2017-2018 price is $840 (with shipping). I wanted a carving 'board, but I wasn't going to race and I didn't want to invest in a hard boot / plate binding set up. The Donek Razor is a carving 'board that is designed to be ridden in soft boots, so it was a perfect match for what I wanted. You can find more about this model at the Donek Website: www.donek com/product/razor/ I weigh about 180 lbs and am an advanced intermediate snowboarder. I was looking for something that was FAST, fun and easy on groomed runs. I wanted to recapture the feel of my 1987 Sims 1710 Blade. The only custom change I made was to reduce the waist to 25.0 cm, rather than the 25.5 cm standard design. This was to enhance the rail-to-rail turn performance. This width also easily accommodated my US mens size 11 boots. If your boots are much larger, this may be too narrow for you, depending on your stance. I can ship the 'board to any place in the continental U.S. for about $40-$70, depending on your location. This will be 2-4 day delivery with tracking and delivery confirmation via USPS Priority Mail. Payment would be via PayPal. if you're interested, you can contact me via text: 530 570 5932 or e-mail: Martin.Wallace.home@gmail.com or Switch.Snowboarding@gmail.com. I am new to this forum, but I have been selling on eBay - and have a 100% positive seller's record - for well over as decade as SWITCH_SNOWBOARDING and CALIFORNIA_AU. Here's the blurb from the Donek Website: The Razor is a carving board designed to be ridden in soft boots. It boasts all of the materials and technology that we use in the construction of our race boards, with a tuned flex and sidecut combo optimized for carving it up in soft boots.
  19. So there's a post on reddit with a large amount of the 2018 snowboarding catalogs. Jones' catalog page 2 "Instruments of Stoke" is a great start.... Prior has "new" shape on the BX and FX. Props to Prior for having a complete alpine section in their catalog. Nidecker has a great pg 2 shot as well.
  20. Just got the news of the passing of a great snowboarder and inspiration as well as a nice low key man...Jean Nerva passed away last night. He was 57, and developped a rare form of blood cancer that almost got him blindsighted in 2011. He joined a NGO called shades of love to provide sunglasses to mountain populations... https://shadesoflove.org/ I got into snowboarding after watching him and Regis Rolland in Canon Surf....also had the chance to meet him and he gave great advices at the creation of Swoard.. :( N. nice pics on this page: http://www.fluofun.fr/news/20604-salut-jeannot.html
  21. Just bought a F2 Silberpfeil. I like to carve but kinda new with it. What bindings you advice? F2 Intec Titanflex - Intec Titanium or maybe F2 CNC race Alpine? I've Deeluxe boots
  22. Bonjour amis (es) carver!! L'hiver est à nos portes et le ECSQ2017 aura lieux au Relais du Lac Beauport en banlieue de Quebec pour une 4eme année. pour cette édition suite au demande des participants, l'activité s'étendra sur 2 jours (samedi et dimanche). soit les --- 14/15 janvier inscrivez-vous ( aucun frais ou obligation) et dites moi la date qui vous plairait, ce peut être aussi les 2 jours. Il y aura aussi la possibilité de tester des planches "SWOARD"durant la journée !! Une occasion à ne pas manqué. (G4 168M - PRO 168M - PRO 168H - PRO 175M ) Pour l'hébergement il y a de beau hotel à proximité. voici quelques photos des années antérieures Hello friends (es) carver !! Winter is upon us and the places will ECSQ2017 the Relais du Lac Beauport in the suburbs of Quebec for a 4th year. for this edition following the request of the participants, the activity will extend over two days (Saturday and Sunday). The dates is: --- 14/15 January register (no cost or obligation) and tell me the date you would enjoy, it can also be the 2. It will help me to fix the date of the event. There will also be the opportunity to test SWOARD boards during the day !! An opportunity not to be missed. (G4 168M - 168M PRO - PRO 168h - PRO 175M) For accommodation there is plenty of nice hotel nearby. here are some photos from previous years
  23. Hi everyone! I've been lurking on your website for some time now and since I recently gave away my snowboarding kit to a friend, I'm looking at getting into carving and more specifically, softboot carving. Thanks for the advice! Background: I'm a 5'10, 150 lbs dude who has been riding in Quebec (smaller mountains with icy conditions) for more than 10 years. My most recent board was a Burton Custom with soft, softboots. I rarely do jumps or ride switch and spend most of my time going fast and pushing my board to try to carve. I recently purchased a "new" 2015-2016 Arbor A Frame after doing some research on your forum as it seems to be a good board to get better at carving and maybe one day commit all the way to hardboot carving. Looking for advice for: 1) Boots: From what I've read, the Burton Driver X or the Ride Insano or the Salomon Malamute are rigid enough softboots that would allow me to carve. Do you guys have any recommendations for the three (3) mentioned or any other softboots? All 3 are in the price range I'm looking for. If possible, I'd also like to use these boots to go ride in powdery conditions (Maybe Japan next year!) and would use the boots with another board. 2) Bindings: So far I've looked into getting the Ride El Hefe (if I can find them in Montreal...!), Ride Capo or Burton Diode. Any advice on these 3 or any other bindings and brands? 3) Power plates: How good should I get at carving before adding the Power plates? And what are the good brands / models for Power plates? 4) Stance / angles: I currently ride with a +20, -3 stance. Should I got +20, +20 to start? I appreciate the tips and advice guys! Hope to see you on the slopes! Mick from Montreal P.S. I've included a pic of my new board and of my dog Roam!
  24. it's almost that time of year again. the testing of who can get the lowest, who can smile the biggest, who can last the longest, and who can eat the most sugar after lunch! oh wait, there's also the contest between bobble and bionicman for the camera curse award! weds, FEB 1, 2017 9:30am - ? (and i have NOT seen the lift started before 9:30 yet this year. silly vail policies/rules) afton alps www.aftonalps.com lift tickets are $48 on the preferred program, $53 not on the program bring your lunch or money to purchase food. as usual, there will be plenty of homemade food from the sugar group. invite everyone you know who gets mad anytime they leave more than a pencil line in the snow! or anyone who wants to leave only a thin line. https://goo.gl/photos/x6SPxmXLvurYDoj6A https://goo.gl/photos/S7BVM2tXJ2uagXPBA https://goo.gl/photos/o3f7eUSftFSvSijU6 see you on the hill! -trent
  25. Comme à chaques années, un petit post pour voir vos nouvelles acquisitions pour l'hiver qui vient ou les montures des petits nouveaux. qui commence?? ??????
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