After I came back from Schnalstal, i sat togheter with DJ SPAGHUZZ and he made a song for the edit. and this is the result from this collab.
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This is a great indoor park located here in Tahoe. Shon Baughman has done a great job building this park. Shoreline is supporting his efforts by giving away “Free One Hour Skate Session” with every $50 Skate Purchase. So if the weather goes bad, don’t worry, stop by Shoreline, freshen up your equipment, then go to the Skate House of Tahoe for a free indoor skate session. The new indoor skatepark is in the yellow warehouse at 7th and Eloise.
It took four years to develop, but only one to become our #1 selling freestyle ski. Why? There’s quite simply nothing else like it. It’s jammed full of the most innovative jib specific technologies for a fun, playful, jibtastic good time, giving skiers the creative performance advantage no other ski can.
Lengths: 155, 166, 177
Sidecut: 18m (177cm)
+ Skate Deck™ Construction
+ 7 ply Maple veneer core
+ Butter Zones
+ Carbon Ollieband
+ Symmetric Flex
+ Symmetric Geometry
+ Fatty Base & Edge
+ Extruded base
Jimbo Phillips & his father are responsible for creating skateboarding’s most legendary art since the 1980s.
+ STICK: Strong & super light 6,000 Series Aluminum
+ GRIP: Grippy bike bar wrap & super skinny for easy grabs
+ STRAP: Simple, functional Black & yellow webbing
+ BASKET: Small and round
+ TIP: Pointy!
Drag these sticks all over the mountain and through the park, then just lift them in the air and grab your skis with ease anytime you want.or don’t.
STICK: Strong and light 6,000 Series Aluminum
GRIP: Super grippy mtn bike-type grip, we’re smart!
STRAP: Wide supportive webbing with rad graphics
BASKET: Small and round
This long stick will help you stab snow from a distance with a grip that just won’t slip. Works on firm snow, and even deep snow!
+ STICK: Super strong & light weight, 7,000 Series Aluminum
+ GRIP: 3D textured rubber fits your glove. like a glove
+ STRAP: Wide, supportive high-quality leather detailing
+ BASKET: Interchangeable small & large powder baskets
+ TIP: Pointy
Yes, its true, lake Tahoe’s Number one Snowboard Shop, just got a shout out from Freeskier Magazine. Freeski magazine recognized Shoreline of Tahoe as the best freeride ski shop in South Lake Tahoe, they went on to talk about our great selection of twin tip skis, and expert advice. Wow this was a great surprise for us, we really try our best, to give the best service, and information to all who seek to improve their mountain experience. Skier or Snowboarder, we want to equip you with the gear that the Ski or snowboard industry has to offer. To us its like being the best match maker, a marriage of sorts. We listen to what our customers are saying, how they ski, where they ski, how often they ski, problems their having, and the direction they want to go with their skiing. We marry the skiers flesh and bones, to wood and metal so they can become one with their skis. This is how we became # 1 in both Skiing and snowboarding.
This is what happens when a sales rep brings a cute dog to the clinic, Watch and learn about the 2010 Rome Agent Snowboard…Don’t watch the Dog or the Cat. We would like to let you know that no dogs or cats were injured during the making of the Rome Agent review.
NEVERMIND THE BOLLOCKS, HERE COMES THE AGENT
Whether you get wayward on shred hitting massive park jumps, popping off groomed rollers, rewinding off stumps, or charging untracked lines, the Agent adds stoke to all sides of the collective addiction. With a flex and feel that leaves the creativity up to the individual rider, the Agent will let you define your approach to snowboarding, not the other way around. For clearing ropes more easily, the new Reverse-V carbon stringer focuses your ollie power in the tail without adding any unwanted torsional stiffness.
Superpop Core Matrix / the integration of low-density woods for advanced lightness
StraightTriax 30 Carbon Laminate / 30-degree off-axis fibers blend control with finesse; carbon adds the pop
SinterSpeed Base / a strong, wax-absorbent structure for gap-clearing speed
Impact Plates™ / 2.5 times stronger under foot
Carbon Reverse-V Stringer Technology / reverse V carbon gives more ollie and nollie power with a torque-free, lightweight mapping
Impact Edges / beefier edges for added protection against rails and ledges
LDC Technology / low-density woods in low-stress regions of the core to reduce weight
Positive Camber / traditional positive camber delivers dynamic energy release from edge to edge and a ton of pop in the nose and tail
The average snowboarder is confused about this new choice, they’ll have to make when buying a snowboard, so I will try to explain the differences based on the characteristics you will feel while riding in different terrains.
Camber boards have had a great 20 year track record of ripping up powder. To improve your ride, many riders will set back their bindings back so that nose will increase will rise to the top easier. While your shorter tail will sink. This will give you a disadvantage if you want to ride switch, but most riders will compensate for this by leaning back.
Reverse camber boards will not have to be adjusted back to improve their buoyancy. they will hold high speed buttering, and can be ridden switch no matter how deep the powder is.
Most all tricks to date were made up while riding Cambered boards. In bigger parks the camber stability will allow you to hit the big booters with a stronger sense of calm. Camber boards give you a more consistence , crisp, pop off of jumps and allies.
Rocker boards can make many of the stylish tricks easier to do in between charging towards a rail or jump. Buttering your way towards a rail then turbo pressing the rail will be easier with rocker.
Many riders will agree that on the groomers camber will delivery stability at high speeds due to the additional edge contact. The way side cut and camber work together, a properly executed turn will deliver an additional g-force feeling as you excellerate through your turn.
Rocker boards initiate turns very easily, and tend to want to finish the turn just as quick. Due to its design you end with a lot less edge on the snow. This is no problem on days where the runs are soft, but on hard pact or icy days you will fell less edge bite, that will will make you want to ride a bit slower. Note* Mervin manufacturing’s “magnetraction” and Burton’s “pressure distribution edges” will give back the bit to your edges. Both these features to a greater and lesser degree can be under stood by looking at a steak knife.
We Caught up with Mike Wilson at the Buckle up Big Air Event at Sierra at Tahoe, he rips it up an the NAS ski from lib Tech, Mervin manufacturing.
Lib Technologies NAS Freeride Alpine Ski is a great fatty ski for powder and ATV riding! With a 98mm-103mm underfoot (depends on length) you will definitely be able to float in the powder. These skis have a sick design and they are a twintip ski so you will not have a problem landing switch off of a huge cliff in the powder.
The Park Series skis are all sold as singles $300.00 for the right ski and $300.00 for the left ski, to further show how crazy Mike Olsen is, compared to his competitors. Three different top sheets are available and, like the other skis from Lib Tech, the Park Series incorporates the company’s signature Magne-Traction technology, which puts seven serrations in each edge, effectively looking like wiggles. These serration, each with a specific purpose, create a more catch-free tip and tail and better control for jumps and tricks.
The Freeride Series skis are also sold as singles with various top sheets and feature the Magne-Traction technology. it’s wider under foot and longer in lengths the the park, the Magne-Traction technology edges help the ski hold on ice and give more stability for steeps and big-mountain adventures.
Mike Wilson, Jamie Pierre and the Lib Tech ExperiMENTAL division are proud to introduce the reCurve Magne-Traction, camber/rocker combination. reCurve NAS are designed to give you the float of rocker in the pow and crud and liveliness and performance edge hold of camber on hardpack and ice. The rockered tips pre initiate turns and integrate smoothly into the cambered body of the ski as it is pressed out into an arc during a turn. Shorter contact increases edgehold. The reCURVE rides short and agile on hardpack and floats long and easy in pow and crud.