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  • #16818

    unsuspected
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    1. Salomon Super 8 160. Daily and a frikkin’ carving machine.

    2. Salomon Derby 151. Could be my daily if there were more pow in Sweden and wish it had bs camber.

    3. Nitro Naturals 164. Third board I ever bought. For blasting groomers in wrap speed.

    Why did I wait 18 years to buy new boards? Just stupid haha. The funny thing is that both of the Salomon were cheaper together than the Nitro.

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    #16825

    Mr. Irrelevant
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    1. Salomon Super 8 160. Daily and a frikkin’ carving machine.  

    glad to hear this! I have a 157 being delivered today. Going to the mountains this weekend, but the ones that are all closed. Then a wedding out of town next weekend. Guna be brutal waiting 2 weeks to ride it

    #16857

    unsuspected
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    1. Salomon Super 8 160. Daily and a frikkin’ carving machine.

    glad to hear this! I have a 157 being delivered today. Going to the mountains this weekend, but the ones that are all closed. Then a wedding out of town next weekend. Guna be brutal waiting 2 weeks to ride it

    Rode it on slush this Monday and was laughing the hole time. That BS camber is like a carving switch. Flying out of turns.

    Did well on hardpack and ice. Wonder how it will do in bid mountain pow? 🙂

    #16860

    yukiotokosama
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    1. Salomon Super 8 160. Daily and a frikkin’ carving machine.

    glad to hear this! I have a 157 being delivered today. Going to the mountains this weekend, but the ones that are all closed. Then a wedding out of town next weekend. Guna be brutal waiting 2 weeks to ride it

    Rode it on slush this Monday and was laughing the hole time. That BS camber is like a carving switch. Flying out of turns. Did well on hardpack and ice. Wonder how it will do in bid mountain pow?  

     

    I’ve only had my 160 Super8 for a short time and haven’t had too many days on it, but I’m impressed. A few weeks back @soymateo and I swapped boards for a few runs and he got to ride my Super8 and I got on his Gentemstick Giant Mantaray.

     

    The Gentem is a next level carving machine, but Soy seemed to be impressed with the Super8. I think the Super8 is a little more playful than the Gentem, but definitely can’t carve as well.

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    #16868

    Mr. Irrelevant
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    1. Salomon Super 8 160. Daily and a frikkin’ carving machine.

    glad to hear this! I have a 157 being delivered today. Going to the mountains this weekend, but the ones that are all closed. Then a wedding out of town next weekend. Guna be brutal waiting 2 weeks to ride it

    Rode it on slush this Monday and was laughing the hole time. That BS camber is like a carving switch. Flying out of turns. Did well on hardpack and ice. Wonder how it will do in bid mountain pow? 🙂

    being dirksen designed and presumably ridde…i’m sure it’ll do great in big open pow. im excited to get home today and do some scientific hand flexing. hoping it hits the sweet spot of what i’m looking for

    #16876

    F1EA
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    hmmmm maybe not fair to all the other boards I haven’t tried but….

     

    1. B Landlord >> wow. What a board. Great in any condition. Super agile, tons of pop. Fun.

    2. Dupraz D1 5’5″+ >> the true one board quiver. Go faster.

    3. Maybe a tie between the Endeavor Live and B Fish >>  Live = pop. Super versatile aggressive freestyle board. Fish = it’s just a fun factory.

     

     

    #16897

    snowman
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    Custom 59 – 1997

    Took this board on a heli trip and a few cat trips in 1998.   For the time, this thing ripped through the trees and floated well ( with the binders set back ).  Iconic graphics – turtle board.

     

    Michi -2002

    Stiff as hell and rode it for three seasons as my daily driver.   Today, I can’t imagine riding anything over 158.

     

    Con Artist -2013

    I was nervous as hell buying a 52 but this board is a dream.  Rails and grips the ice coast conditions with ease.   The OG CA might be replaced by the Skeleton Key but still not sure.

     

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