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Originally Posted by Ksonn View Post
hey im not sure if you read what I said but my best friend is a certified instructor so im getting lessons everytime i go for free. hence why im not saving for them dont wanna sound snarky
Fair enough, and good for you. Still the advice stands that the board and bindings are among the least important aspects of your set-up.
Your instructor friend should be able to advice you, but generally speaking look for a soft to mid flex board, twin or slightly directional, and probably around 155 or so in length (could be shorter if you are dead-set on park riding). Even as you progress, that will make a serviceable park deck.
For bindings, get whatever fits your boots (which you should buy first and from a qualified shop, ideally one with a boot fitter) and feels comfortable.

Then go practice and shred the mountain/park!

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