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Baconator 12-12-2013 10:09 PM

Thoughts on Sapient Evolution
 
I am a beginner rider. i took a lesson last season and went a couple times. I go to school in Colorado and got a pass for Keystone and A-Base. i have been looking at burton clashes and blunts, along with other beginner boards. i also found a place on ebay that is selling a lot of new Sapient Evolutions. I can get either a 151cm or 153cm with either Lamar Wrap bindings or Flow Flite 1 bindings for about 250. i have a new pair of 32 Exit boots. all the other boards i have been looking at have been rockers but this is a traditional camber. right now im more concerned with actually learning how to stay on my feet so i dont know if i am going to go park or powder yet. even though it is a traditional camber would it still be easy enough to learn on or is it too much board? has anyone tried one of these out or owned one? what are your thoughts? right now, if i do go with the evolution, i am torn between the 151 and 153. or would i be better served spending a bit more to get a clash, blunt, or arbor formula, etc.?

5' 10"
130 lbs
shoe size 10.5

Thanks :thumbsup::thumbsup:

BurtonAvenger 12-13-2013 01:22 AM

That board is almost 10 years old, why get ripped off?


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