Josh Chapman

Josh Chapman

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Josh's Bio

My name is Josh and my primary activities include snowboarding, camping, hunting, fishing, and hiking. I have been snowboarding for well over ten years and lived my whole life here in Utah. My season pass of choice is usually Snowbird. If I'm not at work or school you can usually find me dickin' around in Mineral Basin. I also like cold beer and cheap whiskey.

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Josh Chapman

Josh Chapman wrote a review of on January 7, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The debate has raged on since the inception of boxer briefs, over the fence or through the gate? I'm here to tell you that there is only one way to take a piss, and that is not on yourself. For those of us that don't like to make decisions, the Ethika DPM Boxer features no crotch opening, so you'll be going over the fence for all of eternity (or at least until you change your undies).I found these extremely comfortable and breathable, which is really all you can ask of these hybrid huggers. They are a bit longer than expected, but I dig it. I'm 6' tall and they fall about 3" above my knees. I highly recommend these undies, so stop thinking about peeing and just buy em' already.

Another sizing note, I buy my jeans anywhere from 32-34" in waist and I bought mediums---they fit great.

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Josh Chapman

Josh Chapman wrote a review of on January 7, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just got these so I really can't attest to the durability. However, they sound great, look good, and are comfortable in my ear holes. The cotton thread cord cover looks rad and keeps these headphones from getting tangled up in your pocket. I've gone through a lot of earbuds in my day, and for the price, these are the best.

PS, 2 extra (1 pair already on the earbuds) tips included for sizing.

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Josh Chapman wrote an answer about on April 2, 2013

Hey Josh,

There are a lot of factors into sizing a snowboard, it's not just weight. However, I would say given the information provided the 158 would be a great size. It will have plenty of length for the steeps and deeps but will still be fun for gettin' jibby with it or jumpin off of stuff.

For reference: I'm 6' 165lbs and I ride a 156cm for my all-mountain board at Snowbird.

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Josh Chapman wrote an answer about on March 27, 2013

Hey Xun,

Unfortunately we can only ship Lib Tech within the US or to Canada. No China. If you have someone you can send the board to either in the US or Canada and want to find out shipping prices, please just add the item to your cart and fill out the necessary shipping information. You will get prices for shipping before payment is required.

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Josh Chapman wrote an answer about on March 26, 2013

Hey Aaron,

We sell a lot of kids boards around that size. They will be sized in centimeters though. I will include a few links to kids boards we have in stock around 130cm in length.

http://www.dogfunk.com/never-summer-pandora-grom-snowboard-kids
http://www.dogfunk.com/stepchild-snowboards-park-rat-snowboard-kids
http://www.dogfunk.com/capita-micro-scope-snowboard-kids
http://www.dogfunk.com/lib-technologies-lib-ripper-skate-banana-btx-snowboard-kids

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Josh Chapman wrote an answer about on March 21, 2013

Hey Grazza,

Unfortunately we cannot ship Burton out of the US. However, if you find another board you like that we can ship to you, all you need to do is add the item to you cart and fill out the necessary shipping information. You will get a shipping quote before payment is required.

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Josh Chapman wrote an answer about on March 15, 2013

Hey,

I wouldn't recommend it. I wear 11.5 boots and don't suggest riding anything smaller than 255mm waist width. 260mm being ideal. Check out the Burton Bullet Wide, the Burton Blunt Wide and the Capita Horrorscope FK wide. I'll include links below. These are really fun boards available in wide and all on sale at a really good price.

http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-blunt-snowboard-wide-08-09
http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-bullet-snowboard
http://www.dogfunk.com/capita-horrorscope-fk-snowboard-wide

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Josh Chapman

Josh Chapman wrote an answer about on March 13, 2013

Hey,

Both the Force and the Atlas are great options for doing EVERYTHING. I ride both and there is nothing you can't do with these bindings. The Atlas will be a bit lighter too.

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