October 7th board test.

So, did they work, and how were they? Show everyone proof that your ride was a success (or even a complete failure)!

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Huck Pitueee
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October 7th board test.

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Oh yes it happened! 16 iches of powder and blue skys. Tested my first attempt at a real split board and carried the 135mm as a backup. The 155mm rode well and floated high. The core is verticle grain fir and eucalyptus saligna. The board had so much pop out of the turns I had ride with less effort to keep it in the snow. A great day with a lot of hiking!
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Yes it's a wide board 360mm tip and 310mm waist and the core is visible through the glass. Cant wait for more snow to test the carbon cruiser.

Huck Pitueee
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Joined: Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:51 pm

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The palisades at Sugarbowl in Ca.
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