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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-04-2014, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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Nee board recommendation

Posted pics of my rig in bindings, but am leaning towards getting a new board too.

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30 y/o
Height 6'3
Weight: 185
Size 14 moto boot

Am eyeing the k2 raygun @ 160 wide. My riding style is mostly all mountain, on trail jumps.

Thanks in advance!
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Great choice! Might also look at Rossi 161W OneMag
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Great choice! Might also look at Rossi 161W OneMag
Thanks!

Thing is, my 2000 nitro seth neary pro signature is a stiff as hell camber board. Super unforgiving but a beast at high speed and icy conditions. I feel like i could explore other ways to enjoy the mountain on a different set up.

This thing catches edges pretty easy and i actually broke my arm riding it about 11 years back. After mastering this board i enjoy what it does but feel like it could be holding me back.
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Both Raygun or OneMag boards are more forgiving but also stable giving you more confidence.

I ride the 161W Rossi OneMag as my all mountain freestyle/freeride board. Read the review on Angrysnowboarder.com or thegoodride.com

I also ride a Rossi 164W Krypto which I use for high speed and morning groomers Krypto is stiff and not super unforgiving.
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