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  • My 2022-2023 Quiver

    All ready to go with my two board Quiver for this season! Condors and new Revolt Sei Playmakers! I have various versions of the Condors but like how the Dave Cox green graphics complement the new graphics on the Playmakers. Both set up with my custom tech binding modifications of the RVL8 Receptor bindings.


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    Boards :
    Blunt Xl, DLP, Spliff, Condor, Rockered Condor , Slingshot, Sherpa, Icelantic Shaman
    Boots
    K2 BFC 100 Grip walk sole , Dynafit CR Radical AT boot, Ride Insano Snowboard boots
    Bindings:
    Zero Pro Non release Binding
    Modified Receptor Backcountry Bindings (Bill Version and Slow Version)
    Spruce Riser with Attack 14 GW /AT binding
    Custom Risers with Fritschi Backcountry Bindings (Jeff Singer version 1, Bill version)
    Rocker and Sbol Soft Boot Bindings.

  • #2
    Wait, Revolt Playmakers?! Heh, not confusing at all! Great boards, they were a game changer for me. Think they'll be my touring choice if there's any chance of crusty conditions.

    Not updating my board quiver this year, since I'm investing in touring gear and haven't destroyed anything in a couple of seasons. After getting the Playmakers I will probably not be spending much time on my DLPs, but I have a buddy who took to them immediately last season. I'll try to get him out on multiple days. Usually I start new riders on Spliffs if there's any powder involved.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by jjue View Post
      All ready to go with my two board Quiver for this season! Condors and new Revolt Sei Playmakers! I have various versions of the Condors but like how the Dave Cox green graphics complement the new graphics on the Playmakers. Both set up with my custom tech binding modifications of the RVL8 Receptor bindings.


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      So Jack, what's the deal with your modified Receptors? Will you be using these in the back country and at the resort? Did you make another post about your modifications, and I missed it? I'd like to see a video on how these work.
      Boards/Bindings:
      2013 Spruce Sherpas w/Tyrolia Peak 11s
      2023 Spruce Stingers w/Tyrolia Peak 11s
      2015 RVL8 Blunt XLs w/Tyrolia Attack 13s
      2020 RVL8 Sticky Icky Ickys w/Tyrolia SX 10s


      Boots:
      Salomon X-Pro 80

      Past boards: Salomon Snowblades, Line MNPs 89 & 98 cm, Five-Os, Bullets, Jedis, Spruce 120s, LE 125s, Ospreys, Crossbows
      Summit 110s, Nomads, Jades, RVL8 ALPs, BWPs, KTPs, Tanshos, Rockets, DLPs, Blunts, Condors, RCs, Revolts, Spliffs

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      • #4
        Sempai, they are the bomb both resort and Backcountry .! Details in this thread.
        https://forums.skiboardsonline.com/m...php?pid=263049

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        Boards :
        Blunt Xl, DLP, Spliff, Condor, Rockered Condor , Slingshot, Sherpa, Icelantic Shaman
        Boots
        K2 BFC 100 Grip walk sole , Dynafit CR Radical AT boot, Ride Insano Snowboard boots
        Bindings:
        Zero Pro Non release Binding
        Modified Receptor Backcountry Bindings (Bill Version and Slow Version)
        Spruce Riser with Attack 14 GW /AT binding
        Custom Risers with Fritschi Backcountry Bindings (Jeff Singer version 1, Bill version)
        Rocker and Sbol Soft Boot Bindings.

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        • #5
          Get that Quiver ready!!

          Chain controls on Hwy 88, 89, 50 and Kirkwood opens Dec. 2nd. Watch the webcams at Mt. Ashland and Kirkwood to see the season progress.

          I will be riding my 2011 KTP s with Bomber bindings and Head Ski Boots --SoCal Hard pack and Ice plus any difficult lines like The Wall

          They have proven to be the Big Brother of my old, retired, Line MNPs.

          And my 2018 Rockered Condors with the SIMS Skiboard Bindings and Head Snowboard boots -- powder if i get any on cruiser runs in the afternoon.

          My test of the FLOW Snowboard bindings ended with the purchase of the used SIMS with proper upper strap. I'll test it out after making it down Cornice Chair on the RC's and FlOWs a few times - -I'll

          start on some easy runs on soft snow. I can snowboard a bit - -but if the RCs perform as expected, no more snowboarding - -the binding choice is still to be determined - -but I love the soft boot and will

          try hard to make it work.

          Jack - you ski free at Mountain High and Mt. Ashland.

          I also will be trying the DPS system on my bases. Time to do an inventory in my RVL8 SkiBoard closet.


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          was on Big Foots, Cannons, Klimax Redline, 98 Line MNPs, Line ff cam and bomber bindings - new boards: RVL8 2015 SII, 2011 KTP --24 yrs non released - -skiboarding til 2050!!

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          • #6
            As soon as I posted, Kirkwood moved the opening from Dec. 2 to November 12!! SATURDAY opening -- That's 2mro!!! -- will try to get up there during the week. See how that all goes.

            Watch the webcams to see them hustle to get the mountain ready.



            was on Big Foots, Cannons, Klimax Redline, 98 Line MNPs, Line ff cam and bomber bindings - new boards: RVL8 2015 SII, 2011 KTP --24 yrs non released - -skiboarding til 2050!!

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            • #7
              Heavenly is open on the California side only. Kirkwood opened with Chairs 5 and 6 - -So Cornice is open. The WebCams show decent lift lines for only 2 chairs on an opening Saturday.

              Chairs are Spinning!!! The 2022/23 SKIBOARD season has begun!!!

              To compare Quivers : Jack and I both have wide Cambered, non-Rockered carving boards. The KTP and Condor are close in width and degree of camber.

              I chose the KTPs off a good, 'used twice' deal. Also, I was mired in powder while Kirk and the gang came out of the trees, crossed the flat Cat Track and disappeared into the 7 feet of wet goo.

              I knew right then that the KTPs would hold Kirk Thompson up, so it was time to upgrade from my knee deep Line MNPs,

              And we both have one board that is non Camber but Rockered for powder or a Blue Run Fun. I have very little experience on the Rockered Condors at Kirkwood on the Cornice chair in new snow conditions last April. I seemed to get the idea to keep off my toes and more slide the turns. SoCal crud and ice has me digging in the edges.

              I am still trying to find a place for Snowboard bindings. And I know for sure that I would feel much better slogging thru deep snow with lighter Snowboard Boots.




              was on Big Foots, Cannons, Klimax Redline, 98 Line MNPs, Line ff cam and bomber bindings - new boards: RVL8 2015 SII, 2011 KTP --24 yrs non released - -skiboarding til 2050!!

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