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Old boards in the quiver.


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Guest Jim Pryor

The oldest boards I still ride are a 1999 commemorative X-session Pure Carve that really turns differently than my race boards. This board is just a blast in perfect Aspen corduroy. Also great in pow. A Burton 1999 Factory Prime 173 that is a real predictable deck and it gives back more than you give. A Burton 2000 ULtra Prime 168 that was my short board (surf parlance) when I wanted to do the Eddie Van Halen thing. The Rossignol 184 World cup is for the Clapton/ Stevie Ray gig. Had a habit of giving away boards to aspiring carvers at my hill but I am over it ,no respect or they just dissapear after one season.

Also have some Surf Music boards (Gerry Lopez) but they are made for a real light rider. Favio a ex pro and rider for Rossi Italy sent me a R@D bordercross 168about 5 years ago that was a blast and really opened my eyes up to all terrain alpine riding. Waiting semi-patiently for the crew at Bomber to get some F2 boards for sale and the Rentiger. See ya jim

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