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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-03-2009, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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Freestyle/Freeride Board

Im looking for a board thats a freestyle but also freeride board because im not always doing butters or jibbing im more into freeriding but my friends have gotten me into freestyle and ive been practicing around with them so i was wondering if theres a decent board out there thats good at both
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custom, its my fave allmountain board..
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Forum. They have a nice selection on All Mountain/Freestyle boards. I picked up a Forum Grudge as my first new board. I was riding a second hand Salomon racing board but its too long and stiff for my ability.

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The Rome Agent might also suit your need
post #7 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-03-2009, 04:46 PM
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sup kimshi,it would probably help the guys answering ure question if you gave them a price range and riding ability. I just got an omatic boron, and most of the omatic boards are all mountain type boards so check those out. And they are relatively cheap, but still known for good quality.
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o sorry
um price is not really an issue for me so...
well im an intermediate rider that usually freerides but i like to butter and jib cuz my friends have been helping me with it
so basically im looking for a board thats good at buttering and jibbing but also able to just to cruise down the mountain
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o sorry
um price is not really an issue for me so...
well im an intermediate rider that usually freerides but i like to butter and jib cuz my friends have been helping me with it
so basically im looking for a board thats good at buttering and jibbing but also able to just to cruise down the mountain
Its called all mountain.

You need to give some more info.... boot size etc etc to get a good recommendation. Check out the FAQ
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sorry again
Height: 5'7
Weight: 125
Boot Size: 8
Budget: none really
Riding Style: all mountain but leaning more towards freestyle im an intermediate rider and i prefer jibbing and buttering than jumps and rails
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