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Old 01-11-2012, 05:23 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Don't go for anything round, the performance will not be good enough to get any real air time. A very large rectangular tramp with 10.5 inch springs will give you a good bounce and plenty of air time and space to move about. An all weather two string bed would be much better than a black, solid polymesh bed ( polymesh is the type you get on round trampolines)

It might be worth investing in a bounce board, as the real snowboards can easily damage the trampoline bed ( the bit you bounce on)which is super expensive to replace.

What type of skills would you be practising or learning from scratch?

Do you do superpipe, freestyle?
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