Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Beech Grove, Indiana *sigh*
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If you're buying something cheap because you don't want to chuck out $20 each time for rentals, you're not going to get a good board. Anything by Lamar will work fine for 1 season maybe 2, but it will start to degrade in quality very quickly. Unless you're spending about $400 - 500 on a board (brand new), you're not getting great stuff. But, if you're going to hit the slopes a lot and you want a board for about 200 bucks, just go with a Lamar board or something around that price range. Boarding while you're still growing sucks since you outgrow everything so fast. It's not a good choice either way, but what can you do?