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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 02:32 PM
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Can't tell if being serious or troll....

If you are serious, there is no 1 best set-up. The best set-up for you may not be the best set-up for someone else, may not be the best set-up for you tomorrow, may not be the best set-up money can buy.

The best set-up will NOT ONLY depend on your experience level, but also on what type of riding you plan to do (freestyle? all-mountain? street? alpine? boarder-x? freecarve?), what type of conditions your ride (pow? groomed? midwest? glaciers?), how big your feet are, what your weight is, etc..... A lot of factors go in-to this.

I would suggest a little light reading to understand this a little more. If you want I can link to some more information if you want to learn about Choosing the Right setup.
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