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Algunderfoot

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About Algunderfoot

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    Alpine Ace / Medical Marvel

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  • Location
    Wisconsin
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Indianhead, Wakefield, MI
  • Occupation?
    Beverage Sector Action Fiqure
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Prior Powstick 176, FLC 163, WCR Metal 187, Virus' Undertaker, PureCarve Maverick, Cabell, Coilers' VSR 177, Angrry 170, Nirvana 174, Monster 188, Coda Skwal 185, AlpinePunk SuperSwede & Afterburner Woodie, Thirsts XC171-W, 8R-W, 7-W SC, 161 SF-W
  • Current Boots Used?
    Deeluxe 325's w/ Bomber BTS Springs
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    Raichle X-Bones Carbon (65/55),TD3's (75/65 give or take) 3 degree all day
    TD3's (75/70) unless on the Virus or Skwal (85/85)
  • Snowboarding since
    1987
  • Hardbooting since
    1994

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  1. OK, Blackjack will now open this Friday, Dec. 4th, really and truely, free lift tix on Friday. MI COVID protocols will be in place, (I won't comment on those), but basically distance, only parties who came together can chairlift together, and face coverings at all times.
  2. Big Snow Resorts has announced Blackjack will open on November 20th for the weekend with free lift tix that day.
  3. Hi Alan, You will not be disappointed, just be prepared to make room for more models . Hope you are doing well! Al
  4. Yes, should be perfect! Thirst boards are not as weight sensitive as other handmade varieties, I even ride my Wife's boards from time to time. Its more about the geometry, this board will ride truer to its average sidecut, whereas softer ones can make you forget the EE of the board your on.
  5. New 20-21 Model CC (Cross to Carve) 165, built for a UP retail outlet. This is the first one built with Mark's updated shape, width and PFI Core, as such it came out a little stiffer than we felt appropriate for a retail floor model. It would be better suited for a heavier, or harder charging rider. The idea behind the CC is that it can be rode with a soft or Hardboot setup, emphasizing alpine form, making it ideal for the soft boot Carver aspiring to hardboot. The CC is a wider, more of an All Mountain shape, making at home in the trees, the pow, or the corduroy. This CC is symmetrical, not a
  6. Yup Big Snow Country and Ski Brule and as a bonus I'm now eligible for the Senior discounts
  7. I know Whitecap Mountain in Wisconsin has a bunch laying out in the woods, and could probably use the money right now...unfortunately I don't have a contact over there.
  8. The Wife is on TD3's with UPZ12's, I ride the same but I want to try my TD3-SW's,on my PC 184
  9. Never too early to be thinking about powder...the new thirst PC (Powder Carver) JV model, a 169, my Wife's Christmas present. Same impeccable build quality with one of my favorite top sheets yet, great job Mark!
  10. Its even prettier in person
  11. Decided I needed a backup just in case Chad at Coda or I retire, or if anything would happen to "Golddigger" as these never come up for sale. 185 Coda Skwal, 10 M SC, aka "Sapphire"
  12. We did get rain followed by 4-5" of heavier powder, Friday the wet snow and unfrozen based made for an uneven groom, but the texture was surprisingly good, the ungroomed pow is where I rode all day. Today was cold and very firm, but tomorrow should be solid with sun and warmer temps, more snow is in the forecast.
  13. My wife and I just bought a pair before Christmas, Love them! The ankle space is tighter than the Deeluxe 325's but the toe box is bigger, providing a significantly better fit for us overall. I was concerned that they would be too stiff, but heel to toe they're not, and you have the versatility of riding the integral spring pack or to lock in a lean position. you have more fit adjustment capability and a built in Shox Strap. Sideways they are more rigid, and we both like it! The stock liners take a couple of days riding to form fit your feet, but they get more comfortable every time I ride.
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