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vebo 02-01-2014 09:13 PM

New board for 560$
 
Hi, I been riding for a couple of years and looking into buying a new board, I been looking on the burton custom and burton process, I am looking for a Board that is really good at the park and at big jumps and rails( no pipe I am scared of them), and also is good for fast going and regular snowboarding. powder isn't that important but it would be awesome if it was somewhat good at that too.
I am 5.11 and my foot size is 12 or 11,5 depends on the boot.I am open for any board brand, do anyone have any suggestion?

Bamfboardman 02-01-2014 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by vebo (Post 1493689)
Hi, I been riding for a couple of years and looking into buying a new board, I been looking on the burton custom and burton process, I am looking for a Board that is really good at the park and at big jumps and rails( no park I am scared of them), and also is good for fast going and regular snowboarding. powder isn't that important but it would be awesome if it was somewhat good at that too.
I am 5.11 and my foot size is 12 or 11,5 depends on the boot.I am open for any board brand, do anyone have any suggestion?

I would go a Gnu Forrest Bailey Space Case 159.
Maybe like a 160 wide Jones Mtn twin.

zk0ot 02-01-2014 10:14 PM

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This makes no sense. I don't believe you. I smell a farse in this post.

vebo 02-01-2014 10:18 PM

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Originally Posted by zk0ot (Post 1493793)
This makes no sense. I don't believe you. I smell a farse in this post.

Sorry man, I meant pipe, not park. My English isn't good, the Norwegian in me is screwing it up

vebo 02-01-2014 10:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Bamfboardman (Post 1493777)
I would go a Gnu Forrest Bailey Space Case 159.
Maybe like a 160 wide Jones Mtn twin.

159 and 160 a good size for park?

Bamfboardman 02-02-2014 12:06 AM

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Originally Posted by vebo (Post 1493833)
159 and 160 a good size for park?

Oh shit sorry just read that you were 5'11 thought you were 6'5 don't know where that came from.
Alright I would definitely go with a K2 fastplant 156 wide. With your feet you're going to need a wide board.
If you had smaller feet I'd tell you to go Yes Asym but your feet are too big.


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