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Posted by: @jld13

2022 men's Volcom outwear. Enjoy!

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I was really confused on the prices for a minute.

2021 05 04 09 07 02 VOLCOM 2122 MENS by zuzupopo.snow   issuu

I NEED a better look at this. 


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2021 05 04 09 26 16 Sessions   zuzupopo   Catalogues   zuzupopo

This is interesting... Sessions x Gonz


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Those Becky Cloonan bibs look good!!


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If it weren't the fact that I haven't landed a Michi on the wall.yet, then I'd be claiming to be the biggest Gonz fanboi in the Lounge. But holy hell, his involvement in the snow industry has gotten predictable & stale as of late.


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Adidas was his last collab? It was their logo with the same wingy guy too, right? I have a sticker of it. Almost identical.

 

I'm kind of into the sessions boards though. I'd feel good bongin' around the little hills around here on one.

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Who is pressing Session boards? Their website has zero information about specs, it's kind of a sad experience. 

Stumbled upon Pretty Great LLC which is their parent brand or distributor and they actually have specs and 25% off everything on their site


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I think the Lexicons are the looser flexing freestyle version of the Tactical ADVs, so I'd go with the latter if you want a stiffer boot. Having the Acerras on me, they seem even stiffer than the Tacticals.

 

in all honesty, I am not sure why Adidas makes both the Tacticals and Lexicons when the differences between the two are so subtle 

They net out about the same IMO. The materials on the Lexicon are slightly softer, but they don't have a full articulating cuff, it's half stitched so less natural ankle articulation. The Tactical Advs flexed a touch softer out of box, but feel roughly as responsive 5-6 days in.

They feel slightly different, but I would say are roughly in the same ballpark flex wise. Maybe the Lexicon is a TOUCH stiffer out-- again they felt about the same, but I had 40 days on those compared to the relatively new Tactical Adv shell.

Of course Adidas doesn't explain any of this for jack shit and you'd never be able to tell them apart from the marketing copy. I agree, I have no idea why Adidas makes both when they're so very similar, with a terribly fucking confusing naming conventions to boot (officially "Tactical Adv" and "Tactical Lexicon Adv").

Both are definitely stiffer than Motos, not sure about Rulers.

Have you experienced any problems with the relatively minimal built in forward lean? I picked up a pair of Tactical Lexicon ADV and like the fit overall, but they have significantly less lean than what I typically ride (Burton SLX).  It takes some effort to get them all the way back and flush in a binding heelcup and highback set with what I'd say is medium lean (about a "2" on Burton bindings). That may get easier as they break-in, but I'm not sure, so I'm wondering what others have experienced. 

Nope. Getting into bindings is maybe moderately more annoying but I haven’t paid too much attention it. I usually riding bindings with moderate to high forward lean depending how I feel on a given day. 


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Posted by: @jld13

Who is pressing Session boards? Their website has zero information about specs, it's kind of a sad experience. 

Stumbled upon Pretty Great LLC which is their parent brand or distributor and they actually have specs and 25% off everything on their site

Pretty Great also owns Bonfire. Their product is kind of crap IMO but their customer service is pretty on point. 


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JG has me curious as well… haven't been on anything smaller than 152 in over 20 years

 

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JG has me curious as well… haven't been on anything smaller than 152 in over 20 years

 

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K2 Stormchaser


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Posted by: @benjinyc

 

JG has me curious as well… haven't been on anything smaller than 152 in over 20 years

 

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Looks Surfy


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I like Mojane’s take on next year’s Burton boards

https://mojane.com/review/hometownhero21-22


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@alexxx same here -- I wonder how much of it has to do with the English translation stripping out the unnecessary adjectives/metaphors most other review sites overuse


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Think it's down to experience in general riding and Burton boards, and they seem to be reflected writers with an analytical approach.


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I didn't see this in any catalog! A more stiff version of the Dancehaul is my dream. 

 

https://www.evo.com/snowboards/salomon-dancehaul-pro-snowboard


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