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  1. SOLD! I am thinning my quiver and selling my Donek Flux 162cm with P-tex topsheet. Asking $500, buyer pays shipping. This board was built in 2016 with stock specs and a white P-Tex topsheet. It is in excellent condition and has seen about a dozen total days on the snow. One minor scratch on the base, very small bumps behind the binding screws, and typical binding marks on the topsheet (from bomber power plates).
  2. Hi folks, I'm switching from hard to soft boots due to a pretty bad tib/fib compound spiral break at boot-top season before last & I don't want to pressure that same area of the leg. So I ordered an F2 Carbon Eliminator as a starting point, 158. My bindings are Burton cartels, and soft-boots are Ride Insanos (pretty stiff). I figured I'd stick the bindings on the recommended mounting lines, pick some moderate angles to start (maybe start 30/15). But if anyone has an "oh my, don't do that.." thought, love to hear any advice. Good season to all! Garry Beckett, Park City UT
  3. Hi everyone, I'm a long time lurker-first time poster who loves carving on my softboot setup. I also love riding powder. I've been snowboarding since I moved to Sweden from South africa 11 years ago. I have surfed my whole life but I reckon snowboarding is the board sport I love the most. Nothing beats the feeling of speed and g-forces you get when bombing down a slope pulling g's. And riding powder is as good as surfing a super glassy 6ft day at your favourite point break any day. Anyway after reading lots and lots of posts on the forum and all of the articles on the website I still have a couple of questions. I want to upgrade my equipment to get an even more carving orientated board that still works when I go heli skiing and riding the forests. The slopes I ride here are not as nice and wide as the ones I see you guys carving the guts out of in your videos so I have decided that a BX board is probably the best thing for me. I got to ride an F2 Eliminator 165 for a few days 2 years back and I still dream about those days. I got to ride freshly groomed corduroy, powder in the birch forests and nice big open glory powder heli ski slopes and I have never felt more in control or gone faster, steeper or carved harder. So that is the board I reckon I'll be getting to take my carving to the next level. I think in the future I will get an alpine board and hard boot set up. But until then I am wondering would it be possible for me to first get hard boots and ride them on the F2 Eliminator? The other question I have is: Can you use snowboarding hard boots with slalom skis? When I ride with my kid I like to sometimes ride slalom and if I could use hard boots for both snowboarding and skiing that would be great! Thanks for any advice.:)
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