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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-04-2014, 06:51 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Guys and Gals,

I have spent the past week or so doing a lot of online research on what my next board is going to be and it would be good to get some advice, here is a little bit about me:

Im a 'female' rider I have been riding for about 3-4 seasons now (grew up skiing until i switched to boarding about 6 years ago), im not 100% sure on my skill level but I can link turns and i'm pretty confident going down most slope's.. the Intermediate description here describes me pretty well, also im looking for an all mountain freestyle board:
Snowboarding Ability Levels

Im currently looking to upgrade from my first board which is a Technine classic 157. I have large shoe size so I need to look at mens boards i have size 10us Mens Burton boots. Im also on the heavier side around 190lbs so again i need a Men's board.

I first had my eyes set on the 'Lib tech TRS C2 BTX'.. however im not sure if this board is to advanced for me?.. Any advice on this would be appreciated.

My other choices which i am considering are:

- CARBON CREDIT BTX, however the design i don't like and I don't really want another beginner board.

- Lib Tech Riders Choice

These are the only ones I can see that are good board's and have good tech and I can use to advance more, I don't really have a budget I just want to get a good board that will last me a good few seasons. Any other board suggestions would be appreciated!


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