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Originally Posted by Justin View Post
if you don't have cash to burn
Rossignol One Magtek Snowboard 2012 | evo outlet

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lots of other options out there as well. look up some reviews on all mountain or freeride boards depending on where you ride. you have to try boots on.
Or perhaps this one, Rossi Jibsaw.
Rossignol Jibsaw Magtek Snowboard 2012 | evo outlet

I got to demo this board & it was awesome, this will handle anything & everything you can possibly throw @ it. Guaranteed.

I had a 2011 Burton Hero, that I thought was really good. It's a high end board.
After demo-ing the Rossi Jibsaw, the Burton sucked.
It was almost brand new, so I sold it as fast as I could before I could wreck it.

This is my 25th season snowboarding, I've owned more than 100 boards, this board is a good one.
I have yet to see one on Craigslist ever, the people who have bought them aren't sellin' em.


If whatever doesn't kill you, only makes you stronger.

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