Here in icy Onterrible you may want to get a cambered board, such as a cambered feelgood. My wife rides one, it succeeded her first board, a feather.
Yeah I grew up riding in southern Ontarible. Snow valley was the first hill I snowboarded at! (skied for years before that all over the place)
For glen eden, hockley, and the other 300 foot slopes, heed Lamps advice.
It does depend on the type of riding you want to do too:
- If you're into playing around, but something medium flex, cambered, and probably on the shorter end of your weight range.
- If you're getting to the point you'd like to start carving, something a little stiffer and longer can be rewarding. Cambered of course...
For the forum regulars: it says I'm reformed, not dead!