Question about Lamar quality
So I searched the forum and didn't find an answer to this so if the masses could help it would be appreciated.
I'm just starting snowboarding this winter and I'm looking to buy a board instead of spending the same amount of cash renting boards all winter and not having my own in the end (I do plan on renting the first two times out though, for lessons) so I have been looking online and as far as I can tell Lamar boards cost MUCH less then other companies, then again, you usually get what you pay for, so I'm a little worried the board won't last, so the question is, does Lamar make good boards and do they last? (I'm done growing and I'm not going to loose intrest in snowboarding for many years if ever, so I would be keeping my first board untill it falls apart or untill I eventually reach the skill level to make a new board logical)
(My friend swears by Lamar, but I want to see what a few others think)