Steven Gonsalves

Steven Gonsalves

Park City, UT...Bozeman, MT

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Steven Gonsalves wrote a review of on March 21, 2010

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Ive got the coal Rogue with the green iridium (not sure how to spell it) lens. Its a great combo, as the lens is actually a pretty good lens for all lighting. This is a super lightweight goggle, and as mentioned before, is good if you've got a smaller face/head

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Steven Gonsalves wrote an answer about on January 20, 2010

If you're a very aggresive skier then i'd say yes. Im 5'10, 180lbs and the 185 center mount work perfect for me. With your height and ability i'd suggest going with something like the Rossi Super 7 thats taller, but still has rocker to it.

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Steven Gonsalves wrote a review of on January 13, 2010

5 5

The one thing i noticed with these is that they make you look very funny when you're pale. But hey, after layin on the beach for a couple of days, these look right on! Very comfy and very durable. Rocked em in Maui n the beach, then went wakeboarding and had some gnarly crashes. They've held up to abuse like champs

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Steven Gonsalves wrote an answer about on January 13, 2010

Dude, stomping with these skis is super easy. I find that I like to stomp a little in the backseat on these boards. They're stiff enough and the rocker subtle enough that if you find yourself a little forward or back of center, the skis will pop you back into that upright stance. Super easy to stomp on.

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Steven Gonsalves wrote a review of on December 31, 2009

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So i never use my phone while skiing, so i only use this for my music. It works pretty good for music and has pretty good sound. The only complaint I have with this set up is that the ear pieces tend to fall out. I don't know what it is, but the ear pieces don't stick in the slots fully. Other than that it's a nice attachment.

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Steven Gonsalves wrote a review of on December 30, 2009

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After sking about 8 inches of Utah light and dry, I felt compelled to write about my awesome experience in the untouched goodness. Skiing the groomers back to the lift were super easy. And the pow performance? Unbelievable. They floated, surfed, smeared, and pivotted their way throught the trees, then charged in the bowls. I also was able to ski some smaller lines switch on these, and the amount of tail rocker helped push my tails out of the deep. Overall my new favotite ski, even when its dry!

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Steven Gonsalves wrote a review of on December 24, 2009

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So I recently replaced a pair of old 177 Nordica Beasts with these in the 185...it takes a lot of speed to get them on edge, but once you do they rip on the groom. They even carve better than my old Beasts. I didnt get a chance to ski them in the park or pow, but will write another review when i have. Overall, a great pow ski thats totally do-able as an all mountian stick...oh ya, switch skiing is a breeze with these boards.

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Steven Gonsalves wrote a question about on December 4, 2009

Hey anyone out there have any experience with both the Ruby 188 and the 4frnt VCT 189? How similar/different are they in powder, crud, ice, groom, park, trees, bump, ect... Thinking about getting these or the VCT 189 for my all mtn/ crud busting sticks

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