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The Top 5 Resort Ripper Volume Shifted Boards For 2020-2021

Welcome to Top 5’s where your host decides what their top 5 picks are. You might agree with them, you might disagree with them, but the fact of the matter is you’re watching them. In this episode Avran takes a look at what he thinks are the Top 5 Resort Ripper Volume Shifted Snowboards of 2021. This is by no means a definitive list, but this is what he’ll be recommending to people. As 2020 has been a shit-storm of a year this and every other subsequent Top 5 is using different metrics to pick the list.

5. Nitro Squash https://bit.ly/3mo4Whk
5. Nitro Squash https://bit.ly/3lktart
4. Yes The Y. https://bit.ly/36gZo2s
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3. Ride Superpig https://bit.ly/2KMZ3w1
3. Ride Superpig https://bit.ly/3mkroYl
2. Telos Backslash
1. Gnu Gremlin https://bit.ly/39oFcgS
1. Gnu Gremlin https://bit.ly/33oC8gT

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17 Comments

  • Nathan says: December 7, 2020 at 1:57 pm

    Is the gremlin a replacement for the fun guy?

    Reply
  • Thomas says: December 9, 2020 at 11:18 pm

    I’m 5’9 140lbs sz 9 boots. Would you go 148 on the superpig and gremlin?

    Reply
  • Noa Jonsson Svahn says: December 14, 2020 at 12:27 am

    Im 5″11 200lbs size 9 and a intermediate rider and bought the k2 party platter 152 20/21 as a resort ripper, for some pow, and general partybording but it feelt abit “big”. I am selling it now and i am looking to exchange it with the Gremlin. Is it a Good option för me? Or should i just downsize the k2 to a 147?

    I like to jib and play abit and just chill down groomers but also just hit it and go all in on speed. Some jumping but no serious park riding.

    So basically im looking for a volumshifted do it all board.

    Reply
    • Angrysnowboarder says: December 14, 2020 at 8:56 am

      Oh god no. The Gremlin is stiffer and more aggressive than the Party Platter. I’d downsize to the 47 honestly.

      Reply
      • Noa Jonsson Svahn says: December 15, 2020 at 1:04 am

        Thanks for the reply. I will downsize the PP. But IF i may ask another question, what kind of board do you think would be a Good match as a 2 quiver One with the PP? I would like a bit more aggressive board to.

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        • Angrysnowboarder says: December 15, 2020 at 8:37 am

          Something directional and more normal in shaping like a Ride Berzerker, Capita Black Snowboard of Death, maybe even a Rome Ravine Select or a Jones Flagship/Ultra Flagship.

          Reply
          • Noa Jonsson Svahn says: December 16, 2020 at 4:47 am

            Thanks man! Really appreciate it!

          • Noa Jonsson Svahn says: January 6, 2021 at 8:03 am

            Back again. I have now sold the PP. But instead of buying a new one i got offerd a Ride algorythm or a gnu Gremlin for a really Good price. Buy the Algorythm as a One quiver right?

          • Angrysnowboarder says: January 6, 2021 at 8:16 am

            Sure.

  • Jesse says: January 4, 2021 at 9:02 pm

    Great video, picked up a 157 PP this season off your recommendation and now I am all in on volume shifted, I’m looking for something A bit more aggressive that can lay trenches and will be nimble/suited for glades/bowls (home mountain crested butte). Leaning towards the telos backslash 158 based on your two reviews but also love yes (I also rock a 164w PYL) so the optimistic 157 is in contention. Which would you recommend or should I be looking at something else all together?

    I’m 6’5 230 with a size 12 boot if it matters

    Reply
    • Angrysnowboarder says: January 5, 2021 at 8:24 am

      Since you want more aggressive I’d go Optimistic.

      Reply
      • Jesse says: January 6, 2021 at 8:59 pm

        Appreciate the response! I’m looking for the deck to carve well and slash trees, given my size (240lbs, 6’5, 11.5 boot) would you recommend the 153 telos or the 157 opti (or even the 154) for the best maneuvering in the woods?

        Thank you for the response

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        • Angrysnowboarder says: January 6, 2021 at 9:06 pm

          At that size I’d probably snag the 57 optimistic.

          Reply
  • Not a Dentist says: January 12, 2021 at 7:23 pm

    I’ve got a Gnu SPAM that I bought after your rave reviews on that board, and the Gremlin has been a board I’ve been curious about since it seems like a less tapered evolution of that board. I’m aware it’s probably been a couple years since you rode a SPAM, but do these boards ride pretty similar. If I split open my SPAM and wanted to replace it, would you recommend a Gremlin?

    Reply
    • Angrysnowboarder says: January 13, 2021 at 9:08 pm

      Shape wise they look the same, but overall ride the Gremlin is just WAY more aggressive.

      Reply

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