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good snowboard

Let's me know the best board

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Learn on your current snowboard or....

You should be shipped straight to the basement of Shredlife's hunting lodge, beaten, greased, shoved into an undersized gimp outfit and put straight to work polishing all the torture equipment that hasn't been used on you yet.

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You should be shipped straight to the basement of Shredlife's hunting lodge, beaten, greased, put in a gimp outfit and put straight to work polishing all the torture equipment that hasn't been used on you yet.

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+1, good answer. And he should 'service' BA's pet unicorn.

Alternatively, any board from 140 to ~170 in length. Ideally with some bindings - much easier to spin with your feet strapped in.
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Also one that has edges helps, however they are optional
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Also one that has edges helps, however they are optional
if he get's one with out edges he won't have to worry about catching them
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funny how all troll Q's, not just on this forum, have this eastern european/illiterate/retard accent...could it be that it is just one guy hitting hundreds of forums?
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