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I'm a new member in need of a little advice. I've been riding for a little over a season in Tahoe, and for all that time I've been borrowing my brothers board (162 Ride). But now that he's getting back into it I no longer have access to that board. I really want to pick up a good all mountain board in the post season sales (Arbor Element or Burton custom), and have been on the look out for something used that I could ride until then.
I found a 2006 NS Premier 161 with K2 A-team bindings, both used for 1/2 season, for $130, which seems like a great deal considering what I've heard about NS. Do you think that would be a good choice for a rider who is 6'1" 180, and sticks to mostly carving down the mountain hitting the occasional jump?
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I'm a new member in need of a little advice. I've been riding for a little over a season in Tahoe, and for all that time I've been borrowing my brothers board (162 Ride). But now that he's getting back into it I no longer have access to that board. I really want to pick up a good all mountain board in the post season sales (Arbor Element or Burton custom), and have been on the look out for something used that I could ride until then.
I found a 2006 NS Premier 161 with K2 A-team bindings, both used for 1/2 season, for $130, which seems like a great deal considering what I've heard about NS. Do you think that would be a good choice for a rider who is 6'1" 180, and sticks to mostly carving down the mountain hitting the occasional jump?
Sounds like a good deal... those K2 bindings alone were over $300 CND back in 2k6 and can't go wrong with a Never Summer.
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