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Cherry Cola

Cherry Cola

North East

Cherry Cola's Bio

29 years old in my seventh year of riding, got a late start. into all mountain, glades, carving and powder. occasional lap through the park on soft days. currently on a Nitro Team 155 with Ride EX bindings and Ride Deuce boots.

Cherry Cola

Cherry Colawrote a review of on January 3, 2011

4 5

Reverse camber is neat. Feels loose/ squirrely/round when riding 'flat', ie not on your edge. Doesnt' quite give the bite in a hard carving turn my traditional camber Team Series had, but it sure does hold an edge and allow me to lean over or back as far as i want during my turns without slipping out from under me. Going up obstacles heel side and doing toe side slahes for the first time which says a lot to me about the balance and forgiveness the board is offering. Stable at high speeds, fast base. Overall I am pleased.

Vitals: 5'8" 155 lbs. on a 155cm board.

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Cherry Colawrote a review of on March 7, 2010

3 5

Rode it for the first time yesterday in spring/slushy conditions. I'm 5'8" 150 and overall I had a good day on the board. Treated me well on the boxes, which is something I normally don't even do. Had some trouble getting it to pop 'right' off of lips and stuff. I think I need to find a new stance that fits the directional twin nature of the board though.

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Cherry Colawrote a review of on January 13, 2010

Very happy with these
4 5

I like these boots. For the weight they give a good amount of support. I don't have a good point of comparison for how stiff they are. I will say i went about a half size down from what normally wear in a shoe and they packed out to be quite comfy!

Some of the pinkish liner graphic on the White boot did smudge and the black binding straps from my Ride Ex binding smudged the pretty white boot too, but oh well.

The pull cord /lock down system is neat, hard to explain but keeps my heel and foot in place, easy to make too tight. The velcro for ankle tightness doesn't seem to do much, the tying of the top laces is more important for ankle stability.

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