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Beginner/intermediate board advice
I've gone riding 5 times now, and though I'm still on green runs, I'm steadily getting better. My stats:
Boot size: 9
Style: Regular groomed slopes mostly. Not interested in parks, but may eventually try some powder riding.
Here are the boards that I'm considering:
I'm looking for a board that I can progress on, but it has to be the kind that won't kill me if I make a mistake :) I'd appreciate any advice from you folks.
Id recommend the ride control 158.
I learnt to ride on one and they are great. They are pretty forgiving but have enough performance that you can enjoy riding them for a couple of seasons. They are really good value boards.
Just what you are looking for.
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