Randy

Randy

VT, CO

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Randolph's Bio

Skied for 20 years, switched to Snowboarding 12+ years ago and will never go back!

Randy

Randy wrote a review of on November 5, 2012

3 5

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

This rack is designed to fit rails that are not flush with the car, meaning there is a space underneth the rail that it can hook under. My BMW X1 is one solid rail, about 1.5" tall with a lip. It did not fit unfortunately. I was really hoping it would since it's a nice rack, very inexpensive and an all-in-one system. Oh well...

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Randy wrote a review of on February 26, 2009

4 5

I rode this board in the back bowls of Vail, knee deep in powder, as well as Aspen Highlands bowl (the one you hike 45 minutes up to). The board floats with no leg burn and rides smooth and has a surfy feel in powder. Love the board - hate the top sheet. It chips at the drop of a dime. It's superficial chips, but it's annoying. I owned the board one week and I have 10-12 different chips and scrapes on the top sheet and I was being VERY careful not to get it chipped. So, you can imagine what it will look like in a month or two when I stop caring about the topsheet. I plan on using black magic marker to hide the scratches/chips.

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Randy wrote a question about on February 25, 2009

How do risers like these affect the performance of the board. I have size 13 boots and would love to try riding on a normal width board and would be very curious to hear from people who have ridden them. Are you better off utilizing risers, or just getting a wider board?

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