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Find Your Perfect Snowboard With Jeremy Jones

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A youtube playlist with lots of good advices by the pro rider (pro snowboarder) Jeremy Jones, owner of Jones Snowboards.

"unboxing" Slush Slasher ( SpringBreak / Capita) 2018

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Published by in Gear Reviews ·
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"unboxing" Slush Slasher 2017 2018
shape by: Spring Break snowboards
made in Austria by: Capita

music: drunk
by: monte booker

Bullshit spoted!

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Just found this image in a random google search. Snowboard is about doing whatever you want and there is no writes or wrongs. Those "no grab zones" are there because those grabs don't punctuate on the important competitions because they're "ugly" or "easy". But please do it if you like it! #happyriding #truesnowboard


Review - Electric EG2

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This ain't probably new to most of us out there but, the EG2 is a great mask!
Only thing that may feel "old" is when you have to change your lens, the system is the most ancient one of all, but for the system they use, they're surprisingly easy to deal with.
Really comfortable and functional, the whole "your HDTV for the mountains" thing doesn't feel too stretched, as you can really SEE with these due to their size and shape. Also, they are pretty good looking.
My choice for the past season.

Some Sticky .Info 2 @ Lisbon

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This time in Lisbon. There is no snow here but there is a snow culture (each time larger) made of people that started to get the taste for snowsports while still kids in their annual winter vacations with their parents, people that work the summers to spend the seasons riding or people who heard from a friend that snowboard is awesome and since then go ride one week per year or so. One thing that most of them have in common is a love for surf, bodyboard, skate or anything else. There are very few "snowboarders" here, but there's a lot of people who love to snowboard as a compliment to their main sport.
The only resort in Portugal is in Serra da Estrela, about 300km from Lisbon, a 3 hour drive. The largest and most known resorts nearby are Sierra Nevada (Spain) and Grandvalira (Andorra). You also have some smaller ones in Spain and all the resorts from the Pyrenees (Spain, France, Andorra).
Thanks to Ricardo Xaomim for the photos.

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