Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith

Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Monarch, and Crested Butte Colorado

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Bryan's Passions

Camping
Snowboarding
Sport Climbing

Bryan's Bio

I'm a 6 year snowboarder, I have a K2 Union and a NeverSummer Titan snowboard. I currently reside in Pueblo Colorado, just a few miles away from the Front Range Rocky Mountain Range. I live for the snow and go snowboarding every chance I get. In the summer I race SuperBikes in the Novice and Amature GTU classes here in Colorado in the MRA.

Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith wrote a review of on October 2, 2012

5 5

I've been wearing DCs for the last 8 years, everything from phases to Serums. After my last pair of Serums wore out on me I decided to try out some Thirtytwos, and I'm glad I did! These boots feel like you've put on your favorite pair of house slippers to go shred in, but they connect you to the board like it was part of your body. I've never felt a boot that has the feel and board response of these boots. I ride everything from pipe and park to back country heli trips, and I can honestly say that after riding first chair to last call, my feet are glad I'm wearing these boots!

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Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith wrote a review of on February 25, 2009

5 5

This is my 2nd pair of K2 bindings, I previously owned the Cinch CTS bindings which are totally awesome by the way! I was looking for a pair for a new board I got and wanted a traditional binding. I use these on my back country board and LOVE THEM! Super comfortable, the straps don't make your foot feel funny, or have any chance of breaking due to stupid screws that hold the straps together and break after 3 runs like others tend to do. Very solid construction, super lightweight and it DOES have the adjustable toe plate. I'll never buy another Burton product again, K2 all the way for me!

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Bryan Smith wrote a review of on January 30, 2009

4 5

I got the 175cm Bag. I have 2 boards and they'll both fit just fine if I take the bindings off one. Plenty of room to stash pants, jackets, small people, goggles, food, and anything else you might want to take with you. The only thing I was bummed out about is I have a size 13 boot and they don't fit too well in the "boot pockets". They'll fit in there but the zipper won't zip all the way. If you happen to have the same big foot problem I do the pockets work well for jackets, pants, and thermal underwear. Good solid construction and has plenty of padding. I haven't gone on an airplane with it, but I don't think it would create any problems. On a side note the picture of the red shotgun doesn't do it justice. it's freaking cool!

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