New website for RYM

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RYM Experimentals
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New website for RYM

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So its not entirely up and working yet but thought Id share what I have with my Skibuilders friends so far to give a preview. Let me know if I said anything stupid. Thanks for looking. -D

http://www.rymeexperimentals.com
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twizzstyle
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Post by twizzstyle »

Website looks great, but in the processes section you seem to be ragging on yourself for still using vacuum. You're supposed to be talking up your processes and product! :)

I've got my eyes on the snow levels the next couple of weeks... we've got a long ways to go for Alpy to kick off, but I wouldn't be surprised if Crystal or Baker can get some limited areas open soon. We'll have to try to meet up sometime this winter.

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Post by RYM Experimentals »

Thanks Twizz, I want folks to know that I'm using a vacuum press but Ill change the language a bit so it talks it up. Good heads up, that's the feedback I was hoping to get.

For our 2nd annual get together, how about we shoot for Mid December? They should be in full operation by then (fingers crossed!).
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Post by Akiwi »

Looks good. But I hope you are going to rotate your photos so they are vertical. As a photographer, I cannot see something like that or crooked horizons without my hair standing up. It's sort of like finger nalils on a blackboard. Or that noise you can make by squeaking a baloon.
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gav wa
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Post by gav wa »

Looks good. Agree with Twizz about the negativity, even in the story section it sounds like you're still less than confident in your success rate.

The stance widths seem a bit weird too. The 158 All Mountain has a stance width of only 450mm, is that between the two nearest bindings? Usually a reference stance width is quoted. 450mm reference stance is smaller than even a 140cm womens board.

Even with little things to develop this will surely bring you quite a lot of interest. Nice work.

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Post by sammer »

Assuming you mean triax
Not,
"20/20 tirax glass"

Sideways pics are annoying.

Other than that looks pretty good.

sam
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RYM Experimentals
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Post by RYM Experimentals »

Thanks all, You guys are tough but I would expect nothing less. Fixed the link in my signature so it works again, rotated the pics and I'm working on the text. I'm not a web designer, just a board builder so one step at a time.

More to come so give it another look in while, in the meantime... pray for snow. Looks like we might see an opening day soon at Crystal if the weather cooperates.
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