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Originally Posted by Lamps View Post
How much powder do you see, be honest.

If lots then Sherlock, which I own, or maybe Nug, some really like it for powder, and nug is small so lots of fun for butters and spins and so forth.

Antler is quite soft, great for butters etc, lightweight, lots of tech.

Custom is more all around, do everything, best Flying V on hardpack.

Process is a good choice if budget matters.
For this year I will chase powder as much as I can but since I live in Sweden and it's been raining for the last weeks I am not that optimistic. Perhaps I can get 2-3 days. Closest bigger place is Trysil and they have some nice off piste areas there - if they get more snow.
For next year plenty I hope, since me and my friends will go to Japan for 10 days
Apart from powder I would like to try more buttering, spins and switch riding this year. Hopefully I get a board I can use for many years ahead - thus budget is a minor issue.

-- Better to have tried and failed and not tried at all --
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