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  1. I'm interested in the bindings. Don't need the...

    I'm interested in the bindings. Don't need the boots but would need the horseshoes.
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    I would also consider a trade (locally) for a...

    I would also consider a trade (locally) for a heavier (1700-1900 g) 100-110 mm, 178-184 cm touring set-up with Shifts, Tectons, or CAST
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    FS: 2018 ON3P Wrenegade 108 (184)

    184 Wren 108s mounted with FKS 155s. I bought these from FlimFlamvanHam last season...
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    I have both Pomoca Free Pro and Contour Pure...

    I have both Pomoca Free Pro and Contour Pure Mohair skins. The Contours climb better, and the Pomocas glide better. The durability of the Contours is better, but they're also considerably...
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    I have a 32 or 35L Gregory Targhee that I use for...

    I have a 32 or 35L Gregory Targhee that I use for longer days and short overnight trips. It climbs and skis well, though I've encountered some durability issues (i.e., tumbled down some rocks last...
  6. I did have my friend's husky pull me across a...

    I did have my friend's husky pull me across a flat section once, so I guess that counts as dog sledding.
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    Nah, that was Randy from Trailer Park Boys

    Nah, that was Randy from Trailer Park Boys
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    It was pretty ideal until I started getting...

    It was pretty ideal until I started getting hailed on during the descent
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    388201 Nice solo ride on the west shore this...

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    Nice solo ride on the west shore this afternoon. The clouds did indeed catch me before I got back to the car
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    Hey look, the local tweaker found something to do...

    Hey look, the local tweaker found something to do with all the bike wheels he's been stealing
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    We all have our crosses to bear

    We all have our crosses to bear
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    Bumping to see if anyone has spent any time on...

    Bumping to see if anyone has spent any time on some of their more recent designs (Cirrus 95 and Cumulus 103, specifically). From a shape/tech standpoint, they look interesting, and it also looks like...
  13. I skied the Ranger 130s for about 50 days (50/50...

    I skied the Ranger 130s for about 50 days (50/50 touring/inbounds) during the latter half of last season. I think they're a great boot. I have relatively narrow feet and they fit me very well,...
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    I use the free version of Fatmap on my phone and...

    I use the free version of Fatmap on my phone and caltopo on my computer. I think they both work well, though I only use them for skiing
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    Added mine as well

    Added mine as well
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    I haven't personally been on them, but I worked...

    I haven't personally been on them, but I worked with a guy last season who used them as his daily driver and raved about them. I let him borrow my Enforcer 93s a couple days and one of his other skis...
  17. Not too surprised. The lightning frequency for an...

    Not too surprised. The lightning frequency for an hour or so last night was extreme. I saw multiple hits on the ridgeline south of the river from my place around midnight or a little later. The fact...
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    I have a pair of the 2020 model (186s) and got...

    I have a pair of the 2020 model (186s) and got about 30-40 days on them last season. Like waveshello said, they're great in any amount of new snow--very surfy, easy to change direction, even in tight...
  19. The stoke on this thread the last couple weeks...

    The stoke on this thread the last couple weeks has been great. Definitely keeping me motivated.

    I hit the 3 month/13 week mark this Monday and had my first PT appointment since then earlier...
  20. Rad. Thanks for the advice. I visited C Street,...

    Rad. Thanks for the advice. I visited C Street, Mondos, and Dev when I was in the area in August and was really happy with what I saw in terms of beginner/longboard waves. Could definitely see C...
  21. That's good to hear. I've been doing a lot of...

    That's good to hear. I've been doing a lot of swimming as part of my recovery process, so I'm pretty happy with my shoulder/tri/lat strength at the moment. The squat strength is still lacking...
  22. Returning to surfing after a 15 year hiatus

    I'm moving to Santa Barbara/Ventura in the next couple months for work and relationship reasons and am planning on getting back into surfing when I get there. I surfed from age 6 to 12, mainly in San...
  23. Something happening up in TD. Went for a hike...

    Something happening up in TD. Went for a hike earlier and saw 2 fire dept trucks, one of them hauling a 4x4, and an ambulance driving up Northwoods towards the ski area
  24. That's great to hear. Sounds like you're making...

    That's great to hear. Sounds like you're making good progress. Are you road biking or out on the trails?
  25. Any recs for knee PTs in Truckee? I did my...

    Any recs for knee PTs in Truckee? I did my surgery and initial recovery in socal for insurance reasons but am moving back to Truckee in August and need to find a new PT. Several folks have...
  26. Good video. I hadn't seen someone lay all the...

    Good video. I hadn't seen someone lay all the options out so succinctly before
  27. I just had mine done with b-p-b. Doc said he...

    I just had mine done with b-p-b. Doc said he generally prefers the hamstring graft but recommended the patellar in my situation. I am younger (27), was a national-level runner in college (D3), and...
  28. Yes it is. Unfortunately neither the kitten nor...

    Yes it is. Unfortunately neither the kitten nor the buds are mine
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    Not sure who "makes" them other than Hagan....

    Not sure who "makes" them other than Hagan. They're manufactured in the Ukraine, not Austria, which is a bummer but still better than China from a QC perspective.
  30. Word. I think the swimming is a good option since...

    Word. I think the swimming is a good option since it's non-weightbearing and works the entire body (minus the legs for now). I should be cleared for the stationary bike in two weeks as well, so that...
  31. I'm now 4 weeks out from surgery. Everything is...

    I'm now 4 weeks out from surgery. Everything is feeling good--full extension, flexion to 90 (not supposed to go further due to meniscus root repair), minimal swelling, incision is clean and closed....
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    As a point of reference, the other touring setups...

    As a point of reference, the other touring setups I spent significant time on last year (20+ days) are 186 K2 MB 116 w/ speed radicals and 178 DPS Wailer 105 (Pure3 construction from '16 or '17) w/...
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    I really enjoyed my Hagan Boost 94s this season....

    I really enjoyed my Hagan Boost 94s this season. The radius is a bit smaller than you're looking for (19.5), but it hits all the other criteria. I used it in every type of snow imaginable and never...
  34. Congrats man. Good to hear everything is going...

    Congrats man. Good to hear everything is going well for you. Do you run at all? How's that feeling on the knee?
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    High hurdles were a big nope for me. I ran the...

    High hurdles were a big nope for me. I ran the steeple in college, and those barriers were plenty tall for me. And they don't move!
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    Not likely. The top four finishers in the 400 all...

    Not likely. The top four finishers in the 400 all ran faster than McLaughlin's PR and almost all of them have run faster in the past.
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    Holy shit. That was a hell of a match. Mbappé...

    Holy shit. That was a hell of a match. Mbappé hasn't looked good recently but never foresaw that particular scenario
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    The matches today have been excellent. Hoping...

    The matches today have been excellent. Hoping Switzerland gets it done in these last 15 because I don't like their chances if it goes to PKs
  39. I think France is a pretty safe pick. I wouldn't...

    I think France is a pretty safe pick. I wouldn't count out England, Belgium, or Italy, but they don't have the depth of France. Germany and Spain aren't particularly inspiring at the moment....
  40. I've been on the oxy-naproxen-tylenol train since...

    I've been on the oxy-naproxen-tylenol train since leaving the hospital. Seems to be working, since I actually feel better today than yesterday. The side effects of the oxy are pretty miserable,...
  41. Had surgery this afternoon. Doc repaired the ACL...

    Had surgery this afternoon. Doc repaired the ACL using the patellar tendon, sutured the small medial meniscal tear (2 all-inside sutures), and did a root repair on the lateral meniscus. Because of...
  42. [QUOTE I have invented this for the world just...

    [QUOTE I have invented this for the world just like I invented masturbation back in 6th grade. You are welcome![/QUOTE]

    A man of the people

    And you're right about it being good with gin
  43. To add to gregL's point: what is the end goal for...

    To add to gregL's point: what is the end goal for you? Do you want to ski long volcano routes in the spring? Eastside couloirs in in variable conditions? Short roadside tours in the Tahoe area when...
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    Absolutely. I won't really "know" shit until I...

    Absolutely. I won't really "know" shit until I wake up after surgery and the doc tells me what he did.

    And I knew for certain I had fucked something after my accident. It was the last run of a...
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    Talked to my surgeon this morning. His read of...

    Talked to my surgeon this morning. His read of the MRI is that neither meniscus is fully torn, so I'm hoping he's right and the radiologist is wrong. He also said he wouldn't even consider a...
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    Ha, that's a hell of a way of looking at it,...

    Ha, that's a hell of a way of looking at it, XXX-er. I've been road biking for prehab but am planning on getting one of those funny conversion stands for rehab--no need to make the recovery more...
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    Yeah, I've been reading that thread pretty...

    Yeah, I've been reading that thread pretty closely and have found some good nuggets in there. I'm honestly not too concerned about the ACL (maybe I should be?) as it seems that the surgery and...
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    ACL, MCL, and menisci tears

    I found a couple older threads dealing with this issue, but nothing recent, so I figured I'd start a new one.

    I fully tore my ACL and lateral meniscus and partially tore my MCL and medial meniscus...
  49. Damn, 167 is legit. I was around 120 before I...

    Damn, 167 is legit. I was around 120 before I liquefied my knee in early April. Props on the consistency!
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    Thanks for sharing Jorion! Good on you for making...

    Thanks for sharing Jorion! Good on you for making the most of this marginal eastside season
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