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  • Mark
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    nick G tried to PM you my Mick nicks are for sale PM me

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  • JUNGLEKID5
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    SNOW BLADES

    MY WIFE RIDES SNOW BLADES BUT NOT NEXT YEAR SHES GETING SOME BOARDS THAT ARE MORE STABLE. GREAT TO LEARN ON

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  • Macka
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    Yeh, I know what you mean. I used to ride Salomon Minimax's and they were pretty sketchy sometimes, especially when you've landed from quite a height.

    They performed ok, and held up fine though.

    Not too bad.



    Andy
    Last edited by Macka; 01-26-2006, 04:36 PM.

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  • Jason
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    yeah landings for anything are definently sketchy.
    monday i was riding and there was a snowblader out there riding (josh wyrik) and he could grind rails and do all this stuff but his landings were terrible. it kinda looked like he was dancing when his feet were wrapped around each other and he was trying to get them back to normal

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  • Mark
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    skiblades suck for landing big airs... i always got tripped up with them.

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  • guigui
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    Originally posted by maxd1989
    http://fps01.plala.or.jp/~hornet25/SB9.jpg

    Thats funny.. they do look like real skiboards. But you still need to take into consideration the foam core, the 8 hole mount, and the plastic bindings.
    Damn man i love those graphics...

    Can someone tell me how old are these Sb9 ?
    it's sick cause i know every graphics of the sb9 and sb10 from the beggining to the end and i've never seen this one in france.

    It's a mix between the graphics of Sb9, Sb10 and SbPro of 2001.

    ps : it's been 4 years that i ride Salomon Sb10 and i've never had problems with it. I just broke a screw of the binding but salomon repaired it.
    I mean, i know salomon is far from the REAL skiboard brands as epic or RVL8, but i just want to say that i never had troubles with its.

    Good ride !
    peace
    guigui
    Last edited by Greco; 02-28-2018, 01:39 AM.

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  • ridefakie123
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    yo nickg, i live in brewster, do u skiboard at thunder ridge?

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  • NickG185
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    theyll hold up.

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  • ridefakie123
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    this is my first year skiboarding, and i have salomons. i hope they hold up for me.

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  • NickG185
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    my line pros are basically the same as those. in my opinion they arent bad but im definately looking into 4 hole becuase 8 just wont give me consistent flex

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  • MikeMtn
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    Originally posted by jeff-0
    i dont really see whats so wrong with the salomons i have. they r the salomon sb 9's. they are center mounted non-release bindings, tip/tail is the same and they r pretty wide. sounds like a regular skiboard to me.
    I do hear good things about the SB10, and I think the SB9's are similar. Even considering the foam core, 8 hole pattern, etc. If they seem to perform well, and you are happy with how you ride them.... great. But, you'll never talk me into a pair of the skinny salomons.

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  • Jason
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    i like the graphics but the bindings make it look bad

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  • maxd1989
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    http://fps01.plala.or.jp/~hornet25/SB9.jpg

    Thats funny.. they do look like real skiboards. But you still need to take into consideration the foam core, the 8 hole mount, and the plastic bindings.

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  • jeff-0
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    i dont really see whats so wrong with the salomons i have. they r the salomon sb 9's. they are center mounted non-release bindings, tip/tail is the same and they r pretty wide. sounds like a regular skiboard to me.

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  • NickG185
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    Sounds good. Im positive theyll have more pop than 8 holes.

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