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Chris Tortorello

Chris Tortorello

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Riding hard, having fun, goofing off, supporting the movement with my company, AreACodZ, the Original state pride company. Loving NH...and missing my old man....

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Chris Tortorello

Chris Tortorellowrote a review of on January 2, 2015

1 5

Ok. So, I've been riding Celtek for years. The 4 pairs of gloves I've had have been absolutely bombproof, and have totally kept me dry in all conditions. I went with a pair of last year's blunt totally expecting the quality I've come to enjoy from Celtek. Right out of the box, the stiching on the palm was ripped almost a whole inch. Super bummed I can't ride this week because I don't have gloves, but, even more bummed that this company I've spoken highly of for a long time had a major issue with what I'm assuming is a popular glove. I'm hoping it's just this one last. With that being said, Dogfunk/Backcountry was great, and offered to replace with this years blunt at a discount. I decided to wait til I have the dough for the Aviator's. I Really hope the quality is what I originally expected. Running to Walmart for a cheap pair of gloves to get me through this week. I'm also sending Celtek an email. If I had my name behind this product, I would want to know about this and any other situation for sure.

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Chris Tortorellowrote a review of on October 4, 2009

5 5

This board rocks. I have ridden the past 2 years models, and I couldn't be happier. I'm 6'1", about 250, and I've been riding the 157. It performs well all around the mountain, but is a bit too soft for super high speeds in cruddier snow. This problem could be alleviated for me personally with a little bigger size, but when it comes to park riding, or turning the whole mountain into a park, the 57 is on point. I can ride deep pow, carve on groomers, and hit small to medium kickers with out any problems. I don't hit any jumps bigger than 25 feet, but I could imagine at my weight, this board might be a bit squirrelly! This year i'm going to try a 159 for a little extra umph!

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Chris Tortorellowrote a review of on December 23, 2008

3 5

First off, I have ridden the 390 for a few years now, and they have been by far my favorite binding. I bought this years and and out of the box I was super stoked. Comfy ankle strap, more padding, and a dope color way to throw it back to the 80's. I rode them a few times, and ultimately found that I needed more support. Rome changed the ankle strap up and slimmed it down a little. If you're into rails and massive tweaks, these are for you, however, if you need a little more support (for pipe, or for whatever reason), I would think the targa's are your binding, their ankle strap is beefier and the binding is overall a bit stiffer. I sent back my 390's and are happily awaiting targas!!

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