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16-11-07, 10:59 PM #31
Lorrie Uncomfortably Energetic ******
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sin`pl Wrote:you can always wear them in home. Smile

i'm sure i will!

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16-11-07, 11:18 PM #32
mr.pure Cold Blooded Murderator. *******
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Why haven't you unpacked your board ?
It must be some right old cheesey styled Burton number !

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16-11-07, 11:59 PM #33
Lorrie Uncomfortably Energetic ******
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How did you know? Actually, it is a Burton - an Air 164. The graphics are really plain and have held up remarkably well.

I haven't unpacked my board because what passes for mountains out here are barely hills in BC. And what passes for snow is actually hard pack and ice and I can't ride on ice. Well, I can, but I won't. Too painful.

And do you know how cold it gets out here?

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17-11-07, 12:05 AM #34
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zwer Wrote:i used to love going to whistler, but after 26 years of rain I couldn't stand living in Vancouver anymore.

Haven't unpacked my board in coming on 10 long years.

whistler, gr8 for mountain biking too! on the subject of things being kept for ages nd not used, havent had my bike out for nearly 2yrs, not on a serious run.

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17-11-07, 12:27 AM #35
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Last time I rode was last summer in Montreal. Flatted 3 times in 10 minutes. Thankfully the bike shop wasn't too far away, cause I only had two tubes...

Here's my ride: Rocky Mountain Vertex

   

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17-11-07, 12:33 AM #36
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zwer Wrote:Last time I rode was last summer in Montreal. Flatted 3 times in 10 minutes. Thankfully the bike shop wasn't too far away, cause I only had two tubes...

Here's my ride: Rocky Mountain Vertex

Tasty, have a saracen frame, everything else is add-ons. Last time I was gonna do anything to it I was putting new wheels on but the cost these days is madness. Full suspension, love the downhill (aint got the cash for anything uber-lightweight), Mavic rims, plus it works for me! may even get it out tomorrow!!!!!!!

Had a killer wallpaper of this dude at whistler, lost it when redid laptop!

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17-11-07, 12:39 AM #37
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zwer Wrote:i used to love going to whistler, but after 26 years of rain I couldn't stand living in Vancouver anymore.

Haven't unpacked my board in coming on 10 long years.

Been boarding a few places but whistler beats them all hands down must get back there sometime.
When we were there we had a wicked weekend in vancouver stayed at the hotel vancouver and went to a club in gas town....good timesVery Happy

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17-11-07, 12:45 AM #38
Lorrie Uncomfortably Energetic ******
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sounds like a good one!

actually, a lot of people in Vancouver won't go to whistler anymore. massive 'overcrowding' and complaints that the snow isn't good enough has pushed the hardcore into the interior. Terrain isn't as massive, but champagne powder and lots of it. And cheaper. And not so many fucking tourists. heh heh heh

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17-11-07, 01:51 AM #39
mr.pure Cold Blooded Murderator. *******
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Yeah, I know it gets freakishly cold out there.
I'm used to snowboarding in a tshirt in Switzerland, I reckon BC would be a wake up call !



23-06-08, 08:16 PM #40
N-Diva Junior Member **
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Hi
Can anyone tell me how to spot fake NBHD's? I bought a pair recently and I am dubious as to their authenticity.
Thanks in advance.

23-06-08, 08:19 PM #41
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how much did you pay..?

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23-06-08, 08:23 PM #42
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I bought them off my sister brand new for £100.00gbp but having done a bit of research, I discovered that they're a soght after trainer and so, wondered if they were even genuine at that price! Not that I don't trust my sister of course!

23-06-08, 08:32 PM #43
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Go and have a browse of the Fake spotting threads..

or check out http://www.spotfakeadidas.com/.. a guide made by our very own Mr.Shoeshotta


*EDIT* oh.. and usually we ask you to go and introduce yourself before asking questions... Wink

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23-06-08, 08:33 PM #44
Lorrie Uncomfortably Energetic ******
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They're fake.

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23-06-08, 08:36 PM #45
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Sorry, didn't mean to be rude - I'm new to forum talk so not familiar re the etiquette etc...






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