Carving Snowboard Session with T Rice Pro & Mountain Twin

Carving Snowboard Session with T Rice Pro & Mountain Twin

In this video titled “Carving Snowboard Session with T Rice Pro & Mountain Twin” by SnowboardProCamp, the narrator and TJ head up Blackcomb mountain to test two all mountain snowboards, the T Rice Pro and the Jones Mountain Twin. The groomers offer firm and fast conditions, perfect for carving. The narrator finds the T Rice Pro incredible for aggressive carves, especially with its magna traction feature. TJ also has a great time riding the Jones Mountain Twin and will be doing a full review for the channel. Throughout the video, there are helpful tips for carving, and it’s clear that the board selection played a key role in the enjoyable session.

Carving Snowboard Session with T Rice Pro  Mountain Twin

Snowboard Session with T Rice Pro & Mountain Twin

Introduction to the snowboard session

In this snowboard session, SnowboardProCamp takes the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards from Evolution Whistler up to Blackcomb mountain for some carving. The groomers on the mountain are firm and fast, providing the perfect conditions to test out these snowboards. The session aims to showcase the performance of the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards, as well as provide some valuable carving tips.

Overview of the gear used

SnowboardProCamp uses the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards provided by Evolution Whistler for this session. The T Rice Pro board is praised for its incredible carving capabilities, with its magna traction ensuring a strong grip and preventing sliding out. The Mountain Twin board, on the other hand, offers a great riding experience and is subject to a upcoming review by TJ for the channel. The gear used in this session demonstrates the quality and performance of these snowboards.

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Testimonials on the performance of T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin

Throughout the session, SnowboardProCamp and TJ provide their feedback on the performance of the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards. SnowboardProCamp mentions that he has been leaning towards buying the T Rice Pro board and after demoing it, he feels one step closer to making that decision. He highlights the magna traction as a standout feature of the board that enhances the carving experience. TJ, on the other hand, had a great time riding the Mountain Twin board and will be doing a full review on it for the channel. The testimonials from the riders showcase the impressive performance of these snowboards.

Carving Snowboard Session with T Rice Pro  Mountain Twin

Carving tips featured in the video

During the snowboard session, SnowboardProCamp and TJ share some useful carving tips. One tip mentioned is to sit down in the chair on the heel side, which helps drive the weight into the heel edge and provides a strong grip. This technique is especially helpful when riding on icy snow or good groomers. Another tip is to lower the center of gravity, particularly for taller riders, to maintain weight over the board and ensure the edge holds during carves. These carving tips provide valuable insights for riders looking to improve their technique.

Importance of center of gravity in carving

Maintaining a lower center of gravity is crucial for effective carving. SnowboardProCamp emphasizes the importance of lowering the center of gravity, especially for taller riders, to keep the weight mostly over the board and ensure the edges hold during turns. By keeping the center of gravity low, riders can maximize their control and stability while carving. This technique is essential for achieving precise and powerful carves on the slopes.

Tips for riding on icy snow or good groomers

When riding on icy snow or good groomers, SnowboardProCamp shares a tip from Kevin and Chris, which is to sit down in the chair on the heel side. This technique helps to drive the weight into the heel edge and provides a ton of grip. Combined with the magna traction of the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards, this tip allows riders to set the edge and throw their weight into the turn confidently. By implementing this tip, riders can enhance their carving experience on challenging surfaces.

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Tiring nature of carving and its benefits

SnowboardProCamp acknowledges that carving can be tiring on the legs due to the amount of effort required. However, he emphasizes that this level of effort is necessary if riders want to ride like Ryan Optin, a skilled snowboarder known for his aggressive carving style. The physical demands of carving can lead to fatigue, but they also provide various benefits. Carving helps riders improve their edge control, balance, and overall riding skills. The tiring nature of carving ultimately contributes to an enhanced snowboarding experience.

Impressions and final thoughts on the snowboard session

SnowboardProCamp reflects on the snowboard session and shares his impressions and final thoughts. Despite the foggy conditions, the selection of the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards with their magna traction proved to be key in ensuring a fun day on the mountain. The grip provided by these boards allowed for enjoyable and confident carving, even in challenging weather. SnowboardProCamp expresses his appreciation to Evolution Whistler for providing the boards and leaves viewers with a positive impression of the snowboard session.

Appreciation to Evolution Whistler for providing the snowboards

SnowboardProCamp extends his gratitude to Evolution Whistler for providing the T Rice Pro and Mountain Twin boards for the snowboard session. The opportunity to try out these high-quality snowboards allowed for an exciting and fulfilling experience on the mountain. SnowboardProCamp appreciates the support from Evolution Whistler and acknowledges their contribution to the success of the snowboard session.

Upcoming events and videos

SnowboardProCamp concludes the article by mentioning upcoming events and videos. He invites viewers to tune in to the live chat and encourages them to watch the next video, which will be released the following day. By keeping viewers informed about future content, SnowboardProCamp maintains engagement and builds anticipation for what is to come.

Hi there, I'm Jesse Hull, the author behind AK Fresh Pow. "Shred The Knar There Bud" is not only our tagline, but also our way of life. As a Husband and Father, I embrace the thrill of conquering the slopes. Being a retired Infantry Paratrooper has taught me discipline and a love for adventure. Now, as a new snowboarder/skier, I'm embracing the freedom and adrenaline rush that comes with it. Alongside these passions, I am a full-time student at Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, Alaska, continuously expanding my knowledge and skills. Join me on this exciting journey as we explore the beauty of the snowy mountains together.