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I had an old pair of thirtytwo "Prospect" model boots that i rode for over 6 seasons. So i bought these thinking they would be just as great. right!? Well they started ripping at the laces first season, and are to soft of a boot. the new linners suck too. Seems like thirtytwo has lost their drive for a quality product. they used to be the best boot in the business. I hope all the new models liners are not like the ones i got. good beginner boot but that is about it.

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I bought this pack a little over a year ago. It is good for carrying lunch for a day at the resort. I also use it as my backpack for school.. However I do not recommend it for the backcountry, mainly because the board hold is not that sturdy, and the board tends to lean to one side, and does not make for a comfy fit when hiking/skinning/snowshoeing.
I would recommend the heli-pro dakine model over this one. Or Osprey out of Colorado, check those packs out. They are super solid in the back country

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ok so i wanted to get a rockered board this year. Im gonna be doing a couple backcountry days so i was thinker reverse camber for some pow.... so ive practically narrowed it down to this board and the rossignol angus. someone help me dicide!? which one will be better for bashin pow but still shredin the resorts here in colorado? anythin helps guys thanks : ]

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