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Live life. Praise Jesus. Snowboard.

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pillsburydoughboy26 wrote a review of on July 6, 2011

5 5

Got this bag for its purpose, to lug around large amounts of stuff to last me a very long duration. It is very well built, i don't see the zippers failing anytime soon. The wheels roll quietly and easily even with nearly 60-70lbs stuffed in the bag. The interior allows for good compartmentalizing as well! Me Gusta

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pillsburydoughboy26 wrote a review of on May 11, 2011

3 5

When I first received this bag, I was impressed with the quality. Zippers were rugged, the bag was thick, and the wheels rolled well. The pockets held my boots+other accessories such as my goggles and gloves with no problem. The only downside was after a couple trips and airplane adventures, the handle on the opposite side of the wheels (where you grab when you are rolling the bag) ripped! It wasn't the stitching that held the bag that broke, it was the actual fabric of the handle tore in half. So...it makes the wheels pretty much useless. It is a shame that such a great bag has an Achilles heel. I hope it is just that one. I am going to swap it for a replacement!

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pillsburydoughboy26 wrote a review of on December 28, 2010

5 5

Upgraded to these boots. They are moderately stiff, but perfect for all-mountain freestyling. It is surprisingly easy to put on for how secure it tightens. It has an inside quick lacing thing that goes around the foot, than a stiff Velcro liner that goes around the ankle/lower calf that makes it a great, comfortable, and secure. I can ride all day with these in comfort! My old boots would make my feet sore within a few hours, but no more with these bad boys. Love the coloring of the "Assorted Dark".

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pillsburydoughboy26 wrote a review of on November 29, 2010

5 5

I did dish out a lot to gift myself with these, and I logged about 10 hours on them so far. During my first day out, I realized that the company-spec adjustments for the straps were too big so I had to adjust it for my second day, and once I got it all perfect, they were PERFECT. When I first looked at them out of the box, they were screaming quality. These bindings are made well. They are light too. The buckles/ratchets feel awesome when being used, and the bindings overall are very comfortable. The only downside is that the toe capping straps don't really cap your toes...I don't know what their reasoning behind the design is, but I just use it as a standard strap over the foot and it works just fine.

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To my dismay two months ago, a thumb screw fell off on my ankle strap on one of my bindings. I found a replacement screw (a standard flat-head screw) to fix the issue. I emailed Union's warranty people, and they quickly replied back saying "we'll mail you a new thumb screw".
A few days later, they USPS priority mailed me 2 thumb screws, and stickers! Talk about customer service.

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pillsburydoughboy26 wrote a review of on February 10, 2010

5 5

I had a Never Summer Evo before which I loved, but eventually traded it in for the Lib Tech. It looks great, and it rides so damn well. Despite being a freestyle twin-tip, the claims of it floating on powder in the back country are not false, dramatically different from the Evo I had before. I never would catch an edge, and this board just butttterrsss, and I didn't even de-tune the edges yet, just left it factory spec for now. It also feels like a good quality board and will get comments from others for the looks!

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pillsburydoughboy26 wrote a review of on November 20, 2009

5 5

I own the 2007 year model of this board, and the biggest they changed since then was adding the rocker design in it. So I cannot comment on that, but what I can say about this board is the quality. It is built like a solid machine and looks beautiful. I rode it through everything and handled itself wonderfully. This was my second snowboard from the really bad 1st snowboard I owned so it is difficult to compare with other high-end models. If you want a board that jibs great and can depend on in the worst conditions, you can't go wrong. You can also be sure you arn't likely to run into others with the same board as you, they don't produce near as much as the other massive companies.

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