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Old 08-02-2014, 10:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Ride buck up what other alternatives budget 400 ish

Hey guys I'm new to the forum looking to upgrade my board and wanted some advice on what camber or rocker/camber boards are good for a budget of around 400. I do mainly all mountain/free ride, I tested out the ride buckup board last week and thought it was good but just wanted to see what other boards there are for my price rage. Also is the buckup classed as as all out camber or a rocker/camber/rocker board any help would be great, foot size 9 weight 16st

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Old 08-03-2014, 05:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i would say the buck up is a stiffer jumpline/pipe oriented board than a all mtn/freeride board. Its got what ride calles "microcamber" between your feet and "microrocker" at the tips, this means its not quite flat. If you liked it and it fits your style of riding there would be no reason not to go for it.

I Would highly recommend the Salomon Time Machine, great all around board, loaded with good technology for quite a bit cheaper than a lot of other brands. It is a similar rocker/camber shape as the buck up, just more curve to the shape, also it has a bit of setback for if you see any powder days.
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