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Clearance = time for a new board

Hey guys

So as of now I'm riding a older GNU carbon high beam and I'm looking to upgrade. & seeing as how it's clearance time I figured why not grab a board now.

So I've been doing some research and I'm really interested in the Burton channel boards, so I've looked into a few of those boards.
I really like the twin and the operator
But I've also looked into the Neversummer SL-R which is very tempting.

I realize that if I go for the channel boards I'm going to need new bindings but I was already going to buy new ones anyway.(Riding some old flows I grabbed off of a buddy)

What I'm really looking for though is something I can take across most of the mountain, hittin kickers, into the pipe, maybe hit a few rails.

And I'm thinking 161 cause my current board is 155 and I feel I've out grown it

Last edited by Jud_X; 03-14-2010 at 10:45 PM. Reason: i bought something
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