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Vancity_Darko 09-22-2009 02:51 PM

Board options to many
 
Yo this uis my first post on here so i will do my best to get it right

Been riding 2 years probably about 30 days total. Went from riding a garbage old liquid board my first couple times . Then begining of last year baught an option redline (which i loved) But now i think i want to step it up again but after reading and reading and reading there are so many choices that al sound good.

I am 220 5'11 pretty big dude. LAst few seasons i just been riding all mountain freestyle messing around little kickers and trails at the north shore mountains. i pretty well intend to keep doing the same shit but deffinatly hitting the jumps a hell of alot fast er now than i was a year ago.

Money dont really matter plan on spending about 1200 ish boots bindings board

Rome agent 1985 non wide with 390's yellow and blue ones
Custom V rocker i think would look good with the chrome ride sti's or UNIONS forces
gnu park pickle or perhaps GNU riders choice something mervin ???? better for me maybe
Looking at board around 156 want something smaller eaasier to manouver ya i know i sacrifice speed hope fully not that much ...

I want board with some sort of revversed alternate fliped what ever the fuck camber..

Any ideas or input would be great kinda too much to pick form

legallyillegal 09-22-2009 03:19 PM

You'll probably want to look more at something in the 160 range.

AWNOW 09-22-2009 03:37 PM

Holy shit was that in English?

tsaokie 09-22-2009 05:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AWNOW (Post 182873)
Holy shit was that in English?

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Vancity_Darko 09-22-2009 06:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AWNOW (Post 182873)
Holy shit was that in English?

Thanks for the helping with the questions GOOF!!!!


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