Originally Posted by w00zup!?
Is any one of those companies considered superior to another or they are pretty much the same (quality wise)?
Also, I'd like to know if there's anything wrong with the NS Titan TX or is the Baron just better
Elesewhere you said you were new to the sport. How long have you been riding? How many times have you been out?
Anyway, for awhile you may want to stick with something better suited for learning (i.e. a shorter, flexible board...something more along the lines of a freestyle board. Check out the burton Blunt ot The Baron or Titan might be a bit too stiff for you at this point). Note: just becuase you can get down the hill without falling does *not* mean you ready for a new set-up.
Also, my guess is that at 6'2 you have pretty big size foot (I'd guess 11?). Thus, you are going to need to get a *wide* board such that your toes / heels dont hang off.
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