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If you had a choice to get the Holy Moly, Youngblood Chillydog, or Destroyer Chillydog, which one would you choose? Seems like they are all the same board plus or minus certain features/tech. I'm 5'10 & 155-160lbs. I normally ride in groomers but I'd like to become more proficient at freestyle riding (nosepresses, tail press switches, and butters.) Any advice is appreciated!Any one else?
And if you think this is the best bet, what size do you recommend? I wear a size 8 boot and flow NXT bidings. I'm currently riding a 156 Burton T7 and i feel that it is too stiff and long for my liking.
I'm 5'10 & 160lbs. I have Size 8.0 Burton Driver X Boots and Flow NXT Binding. What size should I get in this board so that I can do butters and nose presses and the like very easily? Should I get the regular Destroyer as oppose to the Chillydog? I really want to be more proficient being a freestyle/freeride boarder. Any help is appreciated!
What is the difference between the regular fit and this "Asian Fit" of this hawkeye model?
Good looks, bad warmth. After 3 hours of carving it hardly got wet and made the insulation feel cold. Fingers got cold really fast. Still good gloves :)
Nice fit, Lenses are pretty scratch-resistant, good (not great) peripheral vision, , but other than that everything else is blah! Either I had a defective pair or a poorly made product. The inside of the frame had 2 ball bearings (probably to keep different parts of the frame sturdy or from bending/warping) on the left side popping out. Got me scared that if I would face plant they would come out and get lodged into my eyeball. On the right side, they were buried into the frame. Good googles but I guess I had a bad product.
good pants... guaranteed waterproof. no fleece lining on knees (but was advertised as it having it) LIES BURTON, LIES! But you guys are is great!