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yamifumi

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yamifumi last won the day on November 10 2018

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About yamifumi

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  • Location
    Denver, CO
  • Home Mountain/Resort?
    Loveland
  • Current Boards in your Quiver
    Coiler Stubby v2 175cm 20.5 wide 13-14 SCR w/ boilerplate 4mm Lite
  • Current Boots Used?
    Point 951
  • Current bindings and set-up?
    SG Performance Bindings on both boards
  • Snowboarding since
    1999
  • Hardbooting since
    2005

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  1. Thanks all for the tips! I have not messed with it much but plan to do more soft snow/pow riding this year as it seems more snow in CO! 1.) I usually ride 57.5 (F) w/ toe lift / 56 (R) w/ heel lift (all lifts are about 4.5deg) on Alpine set up and I have ridden almost the same on Jones pow board but it felt so weird and sooooooo soft. I feel like I am pedaling it hard LoL This year I am gonna try much lower angles and just the front toe lift and no rear heel lift. See where it goes. @big mario, I had double down at Abasin last year and got IKoN so i decided not to get the Loveland pass but I will def come by when there is more snow but it seems like more terrains are open! Hope to see you soon
  2. Let’s see those powder set up with hardboots. 1.) How are your angles / lift / cant different from your alpine set up. 2.) is your stance different? 3.) what board do you use for pow days, are the board custom or stock pow board? I am curious as I tried to get back on soft boots set up (always been on hard boots for >10 years) for pow days but I HATED the feel of softboots. Thanks all!!
  3. I think it is all relative and I am so glad that someone is keeping the yearly tradition alive such as this event in niche sports like ours. But I can do the same for Abasin in CO where the crowds are smaller this year and almost none during weekdays (thank goodness for no more EPIC), I can park within 2 min of walking distance (even on the weekend if you time it right) with 2,300ft of vertical at base elevation of 10,780ft. Again, I am not trying to bash anything because I am so happy that annual tradition is alive but just not for me currently. I hope the Coiler Stubby is treating you well!!
  4. It seems fantastic event but the factors preventing me from going: - high chance of being pow days (pow days are fun but not something I want for carving event) rather slice than slide. - location. Far away from major airport hence extra days to get there and I cannot take that much days off as I need it for other occasions - now I live in CO so there are tons of places I can go to carve especially Aspen.
  5. When was your “scheduled” built?
  6. Does anybody know if Bruce is on schedule with everyone’s monthly built? Or did he just forget about me? If that’s the case, forget it lol
  7. Message sent, I think my inbox was too full
  8. I did not buy “these” from @Emdee406 but I bought 162 from him. 162 is NOT A CUSTOM and it is stock spec. Stance is standard at 50cm.
  9. All the emails and message replied!
  10. I have 2 boards for sale. 162cm & 174cm. Kessler 162cm: this is a slalom board. I am not exactly sure on SCR but I am assuming it is in the range of 7-12m variable SCR. There is cosmetic scratches on top sheet. I actually recently bought this board but I have new board coming in so I need to lighten up the load. This has 20cm waist. Flex is comparable to normal slalom board. PRICE: $OLD Kessler 174cm: there are moderate vist rash and other type of plate rushes. There are also some indentation due to use of plates but none of it affects how it rides. This board is considered to be GS board but I am not sure the SCR. I am assuming it is in the range of 10-16m variable SCR. This has 19cm waist. Flex is softer than 162. Has nick on the bottom sheet that does not affect the ride at all. It has good structural grind done by professional, hence base is fast. PRICE: $400 shipped https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vkU_RJz8MC4Yl5QiNsxpQ38yiG5vakfS/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vyyxKctzj-BaKcBnO34cCgFdKKOE4IPp/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FggYI6m1WsQS4vcnpxXHP5bpFOq09ZSh/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/141ujaPGjTBVNyiLvC9c4UQw_cIcBE1By/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/18CyNGLrLNk-vrsDkuH-05jzrnEDQ0DFS/view?usp=drivesdk
  11. I requested 170lbs It is hard to pin point how “stiff” the tail is but for certain nose is much softer than tail. Tail is more same as mid portion of the board
  12. I have a powder board that I custom made at Donek last year for sale. It is Nomad based but has added secret construction that behaves like proteus, per Sean from Donek (hence you can rip it on the groomers too). I have ridden 5 full days only, hence edge and bases are in good condition (refer to the pictures). It has big nose for good float in the powder. It has storage wax at the bottom sheet. Model:Nomad w/ secret construction that will behave similar to proteus (per Sean from Donek) Length:169cm Waist Width:21cm Sidecut:9-11m Reference Stance: 50cm (std alpine) Price: $430 shipped https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kWcs9IKopmz2bvy8JPMI1GBopKtAU466/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/10S5uhn5H_8LwzWLnX1Hleak-nYpgxh3J/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/18ELAVEa9myDTMQfeNKwVBu1St_URHKuH/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tdEV6tDwHdfEdtLQJ6Cql73Hu0Nj_zLt/view?usp=drivesdk
  13. Are you intending to ride that with hardboots or soft boots?
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