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AJCdice

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AJCdice last won the day on December 12 2020

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About AJCdice

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    thirsty

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  • Location
    Outside Boston
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Wachusett
  • Occupation?
    Marketing
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Thirst 175 Superconductor, Coiler AM VSR 165, Madd 170, Burton Fish 160, Nitro PowGun 176
  • Current Boots Used?
    Deeluxe Free69T Intec, Deeluxe Splitboard softs.
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    F2 hard, Burton Soft
  • Snowboarding since
    1988
  • Hardbooting since
    1991

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  1. Dave, You can borrow my risers, pads and long screws if you want to try before you buy. I have been using my Titanflex as just flat regular Titaniums. LMK AC
  2. They work great for both. I am just all in on alpine snowboard this year.
  3. Here are my F2 Carve RS bindings including a second lift kit/extra shims and long bolts that I bought. These will fit mondo sizes 22.5 - 31.5. Never ridden. I thought I was AT booting this year, but chickened out and went back to my Intecs. $150 plus shipping USPS Priority from 01760 (MA), Paypal or Venmo works.
  4. Got the SC out for the first time today at Jiminy. Awesome. Heelside revelation! Thanks Mark.
  5. I experimented last year with trying to ski and ride in the same day in the same boot, so I bought these beautiful boots from a member here. This year I am rededicated to hardboots and alpine setup, so I will let these move on. Great for powder, trees, and of course amazing for hiking, walking and feeling like you are wearing light sneakers. Here is the bill of materials: Atomic Backland Carbon 27/27.5 shell Phantom spring levers (they sell for $200 on their own) with all hardware and all 4 spring stiffnesses Booster straps installed by me Intuition Dreamliners 2
  6. That *is* why I ordered this board—the ride and what it might do for my riding. Sorry to talk about the color *during* the season. If I need to spend $1200 on a snowboard, you can bet I want it to look how I want it to look. Thanks.
  7. @davekempmeister here is your camber shot and @Kneel here is outdoor even though it is cloudy an gray and @b0ardski it is the actual pantone colors from the Oregon palette even though I am east coast and have no school affiliation. Just liked the colors.
  8. First Thirst for me. Pretty excited to get out there. WARP Superconductor 175/19.1. As with most Thirsts I have seen, it’s hard to capture the brilliance of the topsheet in indoor light, but it’s awesome and never looks exactly the same from any angle. Thanks MM for a great build with remarkable attention to detail and finish.
  9. Good to hear with a Thirst on the way, literally in the mail (if USPS doesn’t lose it)!
  10. Question for Loaf experts for when I am up later this year. How long a ride assuming winter roads from Sugarloaf to Saddleback?
  11. Try the for sale section and thanks for letting us know it is iconic. None of us decades on hardboots people would have known what a Madd is.
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