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Considering a new board for this winter

So, I've been snowboarding for 7 years now and am an advanced rider, I live on the east coast (Ice coast) and plan to make one trip out west this year. My current setup are size 12 burton Moto (09') boots, Burton Mission (09')Bindings , and a Old Rad-air all mountain Snowboard, I can't tell you want type it is but I know it has a monkey on it, I think its 6 years old. I'm looking to get another all mountain type board because I normally ride groommers, and will hit the occasional jump but want to try to hit the parks alittle more this year. I am 6 foot tall weighing 180 pounds.

I've been looking at NS Heritage, NS Premier, and Burton Custom and Operator. Any other suggestions?

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