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PDX HOOD

PDX HOOD

PDX HOODwrote a review of on December 15, 2012

5 5

SUPER flexible. One of the softest, most playful boards that I have ever ridden. But even though the board is so soft, and short, it is still stable on edge at speed. Also felt solid hitting jumps.

No hang ups is sick. It feels like it captures the best of camber and of reverse camber. All of the stability you want, but without an aggressive edge bite.

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PDX HOODwrote a review of on December 5, 2010

5 5

I am super stoked on these boots. I picked these up to replace my Hail's. The ambush feels really similar to the Hail, but offers a bit more support...but still has good flex. These boots rip all conditions...pow turns, park laps, jibs and butters. Wasn't sure how I would like the speedzone..but it actually works well and is really easy to use. Oh, and they are super light. Sick boots fore sure.

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PDX HOODwrote a review of on December 4, 2010

5 5

I have worn Electric EG2's for a long time because their visibility is so good. The Hawkeye's have the same quality when it comes to visibility, but they are way sicker for sure. EG2's look like a face helment....the Hawkeye's just look sick (they aren't as ginormous). Lens quality and replacement availability is also a plus.

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PDX HOODwrote a review of on November 26, 2010

5 5

This board is legit. Compared to other rocker boards, the Joystick is stocked with tech features- putting this board at the high end of the rocker board spectrum. The edge hold is super impressive (frost bite edges at work??) at all speeds...on and off groomers. One thing to be aware of, is how stiff this board is. I was expecting a mid-stiff board (this was my powder quiver)...but it feels super stiff to me. Not necessarily a good or bad thing, just something to note.

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PDX HOODwrote a question about on October 10, 2010

For those of us who ride channel boards...don't we get better flex from est bindings? I actually want to pick up the cartel re:flex's (when they come out) because I really want the autocant tech- but I don't want to lose too much flex (currently running exiles). How much board flex would I lose going from an est binding to a re:flex binding (especially since I would be going to a stiffer binding)?

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