Flyin Hawaiian Posted February 16, 2010 Report Share Posted February 16, 2010 As an alpine guy I would say watching SBX is a close 2nd to watching PGS. I use to notice a few guys on alpine setups. Now they are pretty much non-existant. What gives? I would think a custon all-mnt with variable sidecut would work great in a SBX course. Doesn't hard boots, plate bindings, stiffer board, and long effctive edge = speed, precision, quick turns, deep carves, and less chatta. I'd like to hear some info from people in the know, thanks, just curious. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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