• c.fuzzy replied to the topic "Boots?"2 weeks, 1 day ago

    Posted by: @89c51 Posted by: @drjcv Posted by: c.fuzzyPosted by: drjcvany y’all remember when giant multinational mega corporate jock sports companies weren’t even welcome in boardspurts?so many great things have come from their participationOhh. Was just talking about this last…   Read more»

  • 89c51 replied to the topic "Boots?"2 weeks, 1 day ago

    Posted by: @drjcv Posted by: c.fuzzyPosted by: drjcvany y’all remember when giant multinational mega corporate jock sports companies weren’t even welcome in boardspurts?so many great things have come from their participationOhh. Was just talking about this last night with folks…   Read more»

  • Posted by: PayasoAh yeah brahz, westside….Still fucking cracks me up.  Ah yeah brahz!!CWB! Good call @velvethammer! Still gig’n after all these years. I used to f with his posts! I liked it when he talked about life in China. @drjcv used…   Read more»

  • Never even went on dmq. Don’t have Facebook but I do like jokes! I’ll take some. PM sent @drjcv

  • matty replied to the topic "Outerwear Thread"12 months ago

    Posted by: drjcvPosted by: matty@drjcv Actually, Patagonia’s legal classification as a “Private Benefit Corporation” specifically tasks their corporate leadership with considering not only profit motive, but public benefit, as well. It’s a classification which actually gives legal protection to corporate…   Read more»

  • drjcv replied to the topic "Outerwear Thread"12 months ago

    Posted by: matty@drjcv Actually, Patagonia’s legal classification as a “Private Benefit Corporation” specifically tasks their corporate leadership with considering not only profit motive, but public benefit, as well. It’s a classification which actually gives legal protection to corporate decision makers…   Read more»

  • Peter replied to the topic "Outerwear Thread"12 months ago

    Posted by: matty@drjcv Actually, Patagonia’s legal classification as a “Private Benefit Corporation” specifically tasks their corporate leadership with considering not only profit motive, but public benefit, as well. It’s a classification which actually gives legal protection to corporate decision makers…   Read more»

  • matty replied to the topic "Outerwear Thread"12 months ago

    @drjcv Actually, Patagonia’s legal classification as a “Private Benefit Corporation” specifically tasks their corporate leadership with considering not only profit motive, but public benefit, as well. It’s a classification which actually gives legal protection to corporate decision makers who forego…   Read more»

  • Posted by: drjcvPosted by: SoyMateo@drjcv Here’s some helpful info if you’re truly interested in learning something new and interesting in regards to historic and modern snowboard design. There’s plenty of great info out there.Google these names and terms:George Greenough, Skip…   Read more»

  • Posted by: drjcvPosted by: SoyMateo@drjcv Here’s some helpful info if you’re truly interested in learning something new and interesting in regards to historic and modern snowboard design. There’s plenty of great info out there.Google these names and terms:George Greenough, Skip…   Read more»

  • Posted by: drjcvPosted by: SoyMateo@drjcv Here’s some helpful info if you’re truly interested in learning something new and interesting in regards to historic and modern snowboard design. There’s plenty of great info out there.Google these names and terms:George Greenough, Skip…   Read more»

  • Posted by: SoyMateo@drjcv Here’s some helpful info if you’re truly interested in learning something new and interesting in regards to historic and modern snowboard design. There’s plenty of great info out there.Google these names and terms:George Greenough, Skip Frye, Carl Eckstrom,…   Read more»

  • @drjcv Here’s some helpful info if you’re truly interested in learning something new and interesting in regards to historic and modern snowboard design. There’s plenty of great info out there.Google these names and terms:George Greenough, Skip Frye, Carl Eckstrom, Simmons planing…   Read more»

  • holy shit @drjcv hahaha 🤣 

  • I agree with just about everything that has been said here. for me personally, as far as snowboard gear goes, I use amazon as a search engine. when I find what I’m looking for, I figure out who the actual “seller” is, and buy from them. whether it be backcountry, salty peeks, ride mt. Everest, etc., I try to go directly to the source so they get…[Read more]

  • @drjcv, right on about getting snowboard product that I wouldn’t normally from the shops around here.  I couldn’t find Asian fit goggs in a the colorway I wanted.  Even B didn’t have the Asian fit option on their website whereas Amazon had it.

    I have bought outerwear from Amazon, but it did come from a snowboard shop who was a re-seller in a s…[Read more]

  • Velvet Hammer replied to the topic High Back Rotation in the forum Goods 2 years, 7 months ago

    I wasn’t going to read this thread. Now, I’m glad I did.

  • drjcv replied to the topic High Back Rotation in the forum Goods 2 years, 8 months ago

    i rotate mine parallel because i don’t want to pressure them (the highbacks) when moving weight towards the tips. if you land in the back seat at mach chicken i don’t want any weird shit happening by my leg torquing the binding or board unintentionally. you know in case my sidecut wants to do the one radius it can and all.

  • slim253 replied to the topic High Back Rotation in the forum Goods 2 years, 8 months ago

    part of the reason I stopped was I didn’t quite understand the purpose. I mean, I get it, and I used to put mine parallel to the edge. the reason I questioned it was cause the high back angle still doesn’t change how your ankle pivots, which is NOT parallel to the edge regardless of binding/high back angle. maybe @drjcv has some input on my…[Read more]

  • Awesome, I’ve been meaning to get to banff; my sister and brother-in-law go there at least once every year so I’ve got an open invitation and place to stay whenever I can get time off to drive up there.  Interesting, didn’t think about the BM being one year only… it is a stellar board, got me rethinking selling it (typical EL move).  It’s s…[Read more]

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