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Paul G

Paul G wrote a review of on June 18, 2009

5 5

This pack is great. Very light weight, super adjustable, comfortable for the wearer and rider alike, distributes the load very well.....can't think of a single negative thing to say really.

Just did our first real hike (Vernal and Nevada Falls in Yosemite) and Kid Comfort III performed beyond my expectations (I wish I could say the same for myself) and I would recommend this pack to any outdoor enthusiast looking for an easy way to get their kids out on the trail.

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Paul G

Paul G wrote a review of on April 30, 2009

5 5

I've been a Fish owner for years and I rode an older 156 Fish HD before picking up an 09 160 Fish with S-Rocker. I have to say, the difference is incredible. Insane float, crazy maneuverability, unmatched stability and even tolerable performance on groomers. If you can afford to make the investment in a powder specific board (just because I said it was tolerable on groomers doesn't mean you want this as your only board) you really can't go wrong with this board. Definitely think of the terrain you ride most often. If you mostly find yourself in tight glade situations then the 156 will rule your world. If you seek out big open bowls and stupidly fast speeds than the 160 is the bees-knees.

I can't say enough good things about this board.

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Paul G

Paul G wrote a review of on April 30, 2009

5 5

I have to start with saying, this isn't a board for everyone. It's stiff and it's powerful and the Alumnafly core definitely feels unlike anything you've ever ridden. But if you have the skill and drive to really ride this board the way it needs to be ridden it is one of the most rewarding experiences you'll have on a board. I've ridden this board as my every day, every condition board for years and it's amazing. It's response is such that you'll think it reads your mind and it's edge hold and power are so tenacious you'll scratch your head at the bottom of your line wondering "how did I do that?"

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