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Old 07-18-2009, 04:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Would you consider the NS Legacy-R parkable? What is it's equivalent offered by Rome?

just a quick q. it looks like it can handle mostly everything but the site shows that it is not very park oriented. I also was wondering what is the closest equivalent to the Legacy-R on the Rome line-up?
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couldnt this have been posted inside the NS thread?

frankly Im that familiar with never summers boards.
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ok, i will report and ask for the change. could you answer the q, pretty please, also?
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None because they're entirely different.
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Would have to agree with Burton Avenger. It would be like comparing apples to oranges.

I would say the LegacyR is able to go in the park but I would say it is aimed at more of an all mountain rider who dabbles in the park. Some one who likes kickers and booters or dropping a small cliff but not so much for someone who is into rails and boxes.
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Would have to agree with Burton Avenger. It would be like comparing apples to oranges.

I would say the LegacyR is able to go in the park but I would say it is aimed at more of an all mountain rider who dabbles in the park. Some one who likes kickers and booters or dropping a small cliff but not so much for someone who is into rails and boxes.
sounds like me- but i like a box here and there...

it doesn't really matter seeing as how i am 2-3 years away from a new board, i just like to look forward to something...
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Your Rome Crail is much more park related and in 3 years most likely your style and skill will change so I would not bother looking at too many boards right now. I am sure board tech will be a little different also.

Guessing you are still growing from your other threads. Enjoy what you have now do not worry about what you will have in a couple years,at least when dealing with snowboarding.
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Your Rome Crail is much more park related and in 3 years most likely your style and skill will change so I would not bother looking at too many boards right now. I am sure board tech will be a little different also.

Guessing you are still growing from your other threads. Enjoy what you have now do not worry about what you will have in a couple years,at least when dealing with snowboarding.
hahah, thanks. you are sounding a lot like my friends... i always look too far forward, and it distracts me from the present. heck, i am shopping for my first car on craigslist to get an idea of what i want ! thanks for the advice
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