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Joshua Morn

Joshua Morn

Mammoth Lakes, CA

Joshua Morn's Passions

Snowboarding

Joshua Morn's Bio

Snowboarding = life.

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on October 8, 2009

5 5

I have had one full season on this deck and I am impressed. I ride mostly backcountry powder and park. I wanted a playful board that can ride anything, and this delivers. Reverse camber is absolutely epic in deep powder, it keeps the nose up and eliminates having to lean on your back leg.

As for jibbing, nothing competes. The board slides like buttah on any surface from natural wood to plastic with no hang ups to date. The flex is bordering on extreme. I totally agree with everyone saying its not for anything 50+ or hard landings, way to flexy. I even have fun shredding groomers, this type of deck can turn any day, any snow condition, any size mountain into a fun time. Worth checkin out.

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on June 1, 2009

5 5

Fits great with a helmet - no forehead gap and equal pressure across your face. Very durable frame and lens, I have taken many tree branches to the face without harming the goggles much at all. They never fog, and have had 0 problems with workmanship/functionality. Top notch eye wear.

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on June 1, 2009

5 5

I agree with Stephen Koch. I wear a 10.5 and ordered the 10.5. With snowboard socks on (medium thickness) it fit perfectly-any smaller would have been bad. Standard foot width.

As for the boot - very comfortable and extremely lightweight. The liner is moldable, and is the "2F" model, for reference. Has amazing heel hold without creating pressure points or pinching. Lacing system is excellent, the amount of control you have over your heel lift alone is a breath of fresh air compared to my zone-style Burton Motos. The laces themselves seem very durable and do not loosen throughout the day. They fit a park setup beautifully, and are responsive enough to take anywhere on the mountain. Highly recommended!

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on June 1, 2009

5 5

I agree with everything "The Guy" said. Instantly improves every aspect of your park game. Everyone knows this. What impressed me the most was the amount of control it had over the entire mountain - especially in deep in the trees. Granted it will not slice through corduroy, but do not sell this stick short. The reverse camber easily keeps the nose up and floats with the best of em. At high speed, feels much more like wake boarding than riding, a lot more long slides than deep carves. Yet it is very responsive and an absolute blast to ride. Tack on that it is impossible to catch an edge and it makes for one of the most fun and versatile decks year round. Buy it. Donate sperm.

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on April 1, 2009

3 5

This is your basic snowboard bag. I bought the 166 and I could easily fit 3-5 snowboards in it (w/o bindings). Wheels are a thicker plastic and are designed for use in airports.
My only gripe is with the zippers. They are a cheap plastic and both snapped with just a couple uses. Easily fixed but wimpy construction nonetheless.

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on November 7, 2008

4 5

I picked up last years model - and have put about 30 full days in them. To start, the single lace cable system works well. There is an upper zone that goes from the ankle up the shin, and a lower zone covering the top of the foot. You are able to get a nice custom fit, and I never need to re-adjust after I first put them on. Nothing has broken/fallen off/malfunctioned all year and look forward to this season in them. Only drawback I'd say is that it is a stiffer boot, if you are looking for a new shoe for a freestyle setup - choose another.

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Joshua Morn wrote a review of on January 16, 2008

5 5

This is an absolutely fantastic jacket. Worth every penny. Everything you could want in a jacket and then some. All zippers/snaps/pockets are easily manageable with gloves on. The bungee pass holder is super practical. Completely waterproof. Keeps you warm on the coldest days, but light enough to wear when its 60 out in spring. I'm sold on SB stuff.

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