first off: yes I'm from Europe, from one of the smallest countries in the world=> Belgium. My English isn't perfect, but hey, your French, Dutch and German won't be as good as mine
I found this site, been reading and looking around a little bit since i'm thinking of buying a good snowboard. I've been snowboarding for 6 years now (read as: 10days vacation/year and 1 day a month indoor)
So first the nice copy/paste intro:
Weight the internet told me 65kg is 143lbs
Boot size again it told me 41 / 42 is 8 / 8.5
Riding style allround with the emphasis on freestyle
budget around 450$
Your location of riding Europe (Italy, austria, the alps, etc) nice clean snow fun and all conditions
I've been looking around and found 2 boards I liked:
The burton love 08/09
The burton twin 08/09
The GNU altered genetics
and a Flow Team
The burton marketing machine has done it's work
Both pure freestyle, but i can live with it. While I was reading and doing my homework, I noticed that burton doesn't have a good reputation.
I've been boarding the last 2 years on a rossignol avalanche and it sucks monkey nuts, can you help me decide?
I fell in love with the graphics of the 2 burton boards and they look like realy good boards, The Gnu has that banana tech what I hear a lot about (is it realy that good?), and a friend of mine who is a sponsored rider (local board shope, nothing to fancy) told me that the flow Team is an excelent board (the cheapest one to
Sorry if it's the wrong place to post or questions like this aren't supposed to be asked, I'm new here and trying to learn more and more, also sorry if I wrote a lot of mistakes.