I agree with what has been previously stated about the flagship
Boards to check out (they all have good float in powder as well as being good on groomed runs. all snowboards suck balls on ice, some just suck less than others)
Arbor Coda- Basically easymode snowboarding, all rocker profile is easy to turn, griptech actually works pretty good for ice.
Neversummer SL- similar to the coda but with some camber under your feet, less pop but more damp, vario grip sidecut kinda works on ice.
Salomon Time machine- just a really fun all around board, easy to ride in any conditions, lots of good tech for not a lot of money, quadratic sidecut is great but does't add anything for ice like vario or grip tech. Lots of pop from mostly camber, camber profile will be most like riding your old board out of all these
Rossignol One Magtek- confidence inspiring board, especially when runs get rough, rocker-camber-rocker profile is more stable when going slow or flatbasing, magnetraction sidecut is about as good as it gets for ice.
Dude, suckin at somethin' is just the first step to bein' sorta good at somethin'
Last edited by Riley212; 11-27-2013 at 09:13 AM.