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VacuumCleanedwrote a review of on August 14, 2012

5 5

This is basically a tricked out version of the Addict.
I am a huge fan of the gulliwing profile, super fun for the park and all-mountain. Flex-wise it's pretty soft for buttering or presses, but not so noodly that you can't still hit decent kickers or cruise off-piste or down blacks.
If you're looking for something for doing speed runs, or hitting 80 foot kickers this probably isn't the board for you... Maybe look at the rook or the team gulliwing.
But if you are looking for a very affordable, flexy, fun park board that you can take to the rest of the mountain then this is a great alternative to conventional rocker or camber boards. Also, I can pretty much guarantee that you're not going to run into anyone else in the chair line with the same graphic.
I'm 6'1, 175, and I ride a 56 so I can take it out of the park.

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VacuumCleanedwrote a review of on August 14, 2012

3 5

Only rode in these boots for less than a month and they are definitely showing significant signs of wear and tear. Also the sole size is HUGE. I've only got 10.5 feet and I was getting a massive amount of heel drag, and the sole was actually wearing off. Also, they are so wide that they barely fit into my flow bindings.
On the upside, they are very comfy and have a great amount of flex for riding in.
All in all, a good boot to ride if you have a wide/mid-wide board and conventional entry bindings. Just don't expect them to last more than a season or 2 at the most.
I'm going back to burton

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