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Question Waiting for answer: is Forum Lander decent board for all montain?

I think I am intermediate-level, will not do too much park.
used k2 anagram before, want to upgrade to forum land.
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google is an amazing thing:

After a big debut, the Forum Lander has returned for 2008. Although this is an all-mountain snowboard, it especially excels through the trees and on the groomers. This board absolutely kills it in the backcountry as well. Although this isn't a great board for jib features, the Lander is definitely no stranger to the jumps in the park. So if you spend most of your day defining your own boundaries and carving hard all around the hill, you should definitely check out a Forum Lander.

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^^^^ Nice copy and paste.
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Thanks.

I found it from google also, but it's like manufactory's description.
I need some customer reviews.

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google is an amazing thing:

After a big debut, the Forum Lander has returned for 2008. Although this is an all-mountain snowboard, it especially excels through the trees and on the groomers. This board absolutely kills it in the backcountry as well. Although this isn't a great board for jib features, the Lander is definitely no stranger to the jumps in the park. So if you spend most of your day defining your own boundaries and carving hard all around the hill, you should definitely check out a Forum Lander.
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