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NIckolas Dill

NIckolas Dill's Passions

Snowboarding
Biking
Fly Fishing
Surfing
Paddling
Hiking & Camping

NIckolas Dill

NIckolas Dillwrote a review of on May 16, 2019

3 5

Much to my wife’s chagrin, I primarily live in shirts like this. They look good, i can work in them and play around in them. They are versatile and functional. This piece hits all of those marks. Great fit and great look. But where, oh where are the thumb holes? Its slightly overpriced compared to competative pieces but overlooking the thumb hole feature is a bit of a mis step

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NIckolas Dillwrote a review of on February 7, 2011

5 5

OK, I was skeptical about this board and all the hype surrounding it so I tried one. Looking down at such a short board was a trip but halfway through my first run I started to get it. This is NOT a noodle jib board. It is an all mountain killer.It has a super responsive yet buttery feel. I have yet to try it on real hard pack (Not sure full rocker boards are a good choice for icy conditions anyway). I have ridden this board in powder conditions and the float is incredible. The shorter length and snappy feel gives you ninja like precision through trees and tight crud. Ride this like a skateboard and you will not be disappointed. You may not like it if you have an old school alpine style. But for me, kinda all mt.jibber/slasher style, it kills. Forget everything you THINK you know about board design and try one. Burton has once again borrowed from the surf world by putting material where you need it and removing it where you don't to create a smaller, more manageable tool. Not sure if it is a quiver killer but we'll see.

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