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post #5 of (permalink) Old 01-30-2011, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Hodgepodge View Post
doesnt make a difference which way you ride! if you are going to be going in a lot of powder most of the time, you should look at reverse camber. also, if you are a park guy who love rails and smaller jumps, look at reverse camber. on the other hand if you like big jumps, carving corduroy, and arcing powerful turns, you should look at regular camber. if you want a slay it all deck, check out hybrid camber, like mervin's c2btx or never summers rc tech. really, it all comes down to what feels right for you.
Thanks again for your help!

Since this is my first board and still in learning phase, a reverse camber seems right for me. My ideal conditions is to ride in powder most of the time. Just rode in Tahoe this weekend with a cambered board and it was a mix of powder and ice and it did relatively well.
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