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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-08-2010, 09:51 AM
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Take a look at the Never Summer SL-R. Sounds like it's up your ballpark, with freeriding being priority and freestyle being second. Never Summer also has stiffer boards if you want to go even more freeride. Never Summer boards are kinda expensive, but if your in the intermediate/advanced bracket it's worth getting a really nice board to help you progress faster. These boards are super tough, American made, and high-preformance. If you look hard for a sale, you should be able to pick up a 2010 SL-R for around $400, it's going to be one of the most expensive just because it's their best seller.

SL-R: { SL-R } Never Summer Boards
Heritage,(more of a freeride board): { Heritage-R & Heritage XR } Never Summer Boards

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