PowderKing

PowderKing

Wasatch Mountains SL,UT parking garages, Pacific Ocean surfing and SCUBA diving

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Samuel's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Snowboarding
Hiking
Trail Running
Mountain Biking
Mountaineering
Sport Climbing

Samuel's Bio

I'm a 30 something snowboard coach who spends every possible moment in the mountains, hiking, riding pow and being a general menace to society.

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PowderKing

PowderKing wrote a review of on April 20, 2012

5 5

As those below have stated, this is a no-holds barred-rip the mountain as fast as you want kind of board. I have the 165, and the boards in my current quiver range between 162-181. This season was stingy on powder days, and I wasn't able to take this into any deep pow. Pow days are quiver days when they're unseasonably rare. However, based on how the BillyGoat rode in every other condition (i.e. as fast as you wanted to go and it begged to go faster) and based on how it floated and handled in half a foot of sticky April pow, I'd say this board would handle just as well in the deep stuff. This is by far the most stable board I've ridden in years, and has become my everyday ride.

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PowderKing wrote a review of on December 15, 2011

5 5

Perfect size for carrying your essentials on the mountain. Why would you need anything bigger? It measures (in inches) at 4 x 3 x 1.5. With a rugged foam lining inside to keep things protected, and small enough to fit in your coat pocket for quick access, this is my go-to case for more places than the mountains.

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PowderKing wrote a review of on December 2, 2011

3 5

The good and the bad: Spacecraft belt, so automatic steeze points. Good quality and design. The bad: the belt I got didn't look much like the picture at all. I was looking forward to having an understated Bob Ross homage belt, and got a print that is indistinguishable. Looks like the manufacturer took two scrap pieces and stitched them together, resulting in a reddish belt without any signature Bob Ross trees or recognizable brush strokes. This may be just the luck of the draw on this belt.

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