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jelly 10-11-2009 05:44 AM

which board ?
 
hi i am looking for a new board,i have a burton seven thats about 6 years old and have love`d it! i like park but not much good!nailing it down fast runs and jibbing around (little 180`s,riding switch,just larking about)i have kept my 7 well waxed and it always runs faster than my mates boards eg lib tec banana,t6,custom,and i dont wont to end up walking the flats with the rest of them after 6 years of not having to. not sure what i wantwhen i bought the seven a few pros said they loved it and had never changed boards all season just used it for park,powder everything. the v rocker thing is confusing will you be able to nail it or will it sketch out?but sounds good for jibbing around! ns,burton,k2,lib tec???????

I need a name 10-11-2009 06:22 AM

It's really hard to understand what you are saying...

Look into these companies
Neversummer
Bataleon
Rome

jelly 10-11-2009 06:20 PM

m sorry,i had already listed never summer as 1 of companys i was lookin at i was talkin about which board from wich company! i have read a few points poeple had to say on this site and thought they made sence but maybe it wasnt u talkin? thanks for the info x

AWNOW 10-11-2009 09:00 PM

Just to clarify, you are looking at buying a new board? Mainly for mountain, little park and that can be fairly fast but able to jib with?

I am having a hard time telling if that is just a story or if you need a new board.

jelly 10-12-2009 11:53 AM

i need a new board

FLuiD 10-12-2009 11:59 AM

I think you want a Never Summer Evo-R or SL-R!

jelly 10-12-2009 03:36 PM

thanks for the advise i was looking at the ns prem but now im confused!maybe the slr then, do you ride a shorter board with this new rocker and chamber business going on ? has any one tried out the new slr and evo r ?


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