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You know the gear is good when you beat the crap out of it and then turn around and buy the same thing again!! I'm on my second Nidecker Legend 174. These boards are built for speed, responsiveness and predictability under the most demanding conditions. The first Legend had the Ultimate Grip, which seemed to help on super hard pack and icy days, but wore off after a few base and edge grinds. Probably a better feature for east coasters. No negative aspects on the UG though.

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The season before last I tried on just about every top of the line boot out there. Most felt like clunky sponges or worse, were riddled with pressure points. I also noticed that many weren't able to pull the heal down very well, even the BOAs.

Then I tried the Salomons and the fit was incredible the instant I tried them on. The lacing system seemed funky (I thought I wanted BOAs) but as soon as I pulled on the handle my heal was locked in place. Absolutely no pressure points. The boots also have a very close feel to the sole. If you want low profile and great sensativity and incredible fit, the Salomons are the only thing that I can recommend at this point.

Getting ready to go the third season now, IT'S SNOWING RIGHT NOW. The boots have some wear around the lace eyes, but I think they'll last at least one more season. No comparison to my old Burton Ions. Did I say LIGHT WEIGHT. VERY. Do yourself a favor and just try the Salomons on. I knew instantly they were THE ONES.

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Living at the base of some of the best mountains in Northern Utah I put in some insane laps on a daily basis on everything from the Grizzly Olympic downhill, to knee knocking coulairs, waist + deep pow, rock drops and insane high speed tree runs. I've also ridden the progression of snowboards starting with the early snurfer, avalanche, hooger booger, barfoot, ride timeless, burton (canyon, custom,fish), Voile split 182, Steepwater 172 (2). I can tell you that the Legend is it - the best board I've ever ridden. Not for amatures, this board is very fast, super responsive, torsionally VERY STIFF, insane edge holding on mixed conditions. Super light and very strong. To bad p-tex isn't indestructible though. I already have a core shot and a ton of gouges on the new legend. For more stories and photos check out my blog here...
http://www.ogdenvalleymagazine.com/content/view/226/1/

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