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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 06:32 PM
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please recommend me something!!!

Hey, im very new to this forum but i have about 6 years of snowboarding experience. i have had burton and some less than 100$ boards in the past. i live in MN and we dont have mountains, we have little hills. so instead of big mountain we have park- lots of rails/boxes and medium sized jumps.
i have been reading alot on this forum and ive looked at rome and neversummer snowboards.
i was hoping taht someone can recomend me something that is suitable to my needs.
and also opinions on the burton mini, i was looking at those last year.
if it helps, i have size eleven shoe and i have k2 chinch bindings
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 06:35 PM
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oh other quick thoughts, im 180 lbs and 6 ft incase that helps too
post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 06:52 PM
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oh, for those circumstances go with a burton dominant or a rome machine. the machine is a twin park board that is made ofr a big footed larger rider. the dominant is a twin park board that is now made in a mid wide and kills the park too. thay are both availible for under 400. of you spend all your time in the park and on rails, pick one of these. personally i'd go rome. at 180 pounds, the dominant may be a little soft. the machine was stiffened up a little for a slightly heavier rider.
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SHOE size 11, or BOOT size 11?
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thanks for the info rickets
and shoe size 11
ill go look at the atomic
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Get your boots first before you take a look at boards. You're on the cusp of needing a mid-wide, and your boots are pretty much going to decide whether or not you need a mid-wide or not.
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